There are times in life when a hard-sided cooler is the best option but more often than not a soft cooler is more functional and the better choice for someone living an active lifestyle. For starters, they are generally a lot easier to transport because of the ergonomics and because they always weigh less than hard coolers.
These soft coolers from Fishpond are all on sale today over on Huckberry so I wanted to put them on your radar. First, we see the Fishpond Ice Storm Soft Cooler which is marked down to $79 (usually $100). This cooler comes in two colors, Earth and Yucca.
The Ice Storm Soft Cooler has a very heavy duty 16oz waxed canvas exterior that’s water-resistant and durable. This cooler features a signature waterproof molded bottom. The 19” x 11” x 11.5” capacity is perfect for taking with you to the stream as you search for some brook trout or for filling up with beer sodas as you hit the beach:
You can carry the Ice Storm Soft Cooler three different ways. It comes with side haul handles, over the shoulder straps, and tote handles. So it’s easy to transport in just about every situation you might find yourself in on the trail. This cooler also has Fishpond Jacquard webbing exterior loops so you can lock it into a car or boat without it slipping around.
The second cooler we see is the Fishpond Blizzard Soft Cooler which is on sale for only $56 (usually $70). It has a waterproof and leak-proof interior, heavy-duty weather-resistant nylon exterior, and capacity enough to carry 16 cans.
The Fishpond Blizzard Soft Cooler comes with side haul handles for carrying as well as over the shoulder straps so it’s super easy to transport as well. It has zippered top and rear pockets for additional storage and exterior Fishpond Jacquard webbing and lash loops so you can hook it into a boat or kayak.
For more pictures of each cooler, full specs, and additional options you can follow the ‘shop now’ button below and head on over to Huckberry where they’ve got these on sale!
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