Great for a 4-person, 2-day trip
Internal: 24.75" x 12” x 14.3" External: 36" x 20.3" x 21"
• 9 Full Days Ice Retention
• Certified Grizzly Proof
• Corrosion Resistant Stainless Steel
Keeping your beverage or food cold when camping or going to a party is essential. Having the right Pelican cooler will accomplish just that.
Pelican was founded in 1976 by Dave Parker and his wife Arline in their Torrance, California garage. Dave is an avid scuba diver who recognized the need for quality leak-proof cases and flashlights. He got his first patent for the Pelican Float, then the SabreLite flashlight and Protector cases followed. In 2012 Pelican branched out and started creating tough, durable, and reliable coolers and backpacks.
When it comes to durability, performance, and ergonomic design, just “good enough” doesn’t cut it. As a result, Pelican™ Elite Coolers perform to higher standards — better than any cold locker, tougher than any icebox. Pelican™ Elite Coolers are true next-generation innovations, created to last a lifetime.
Offering a convenient and lightweight alternative to hard coolers, soft-sided coolers are durable, easy to carry, waterproof, leakproof, and keep ice cold!
Pelican wheeled coolers are certified bear-resistant from the Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee. These coolers are specifically designed to reduce bear-human interactions and encounters. Perfect for fishing, tailgating, a weekend camping trip, backyard cookouts, beach trips, summer festivals, boating, small game, food transportation, and the job site.
On-the-go? No problem, Pelican has a new line of Traveler tumblers and bottles that are sleek and designed with the highest standards in mind. They are guaranteed to keep hot beverages hot and keep cold beverages cold.
Whether you need a large cooler or small, easily transportable or bulky, there's a Pelican cooler for you. Made from the toughest material to tackle the toughest adventures, with ice retention for days! Created to last a lifetime, Pelican Coolers have the right cooler for the right occasion.
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