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Igloo Sportsman 100 Quart Cooler
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Igloo Sportsman 100 Quart Cooler(1195663)
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Igloo Sportsman 100 Quart Cooler - This cooler is designed with the sportsman in mind. The 100 quart size is enough for any hunting, camping or fishing trip. It has a 5 day ice retention at 90 degrees Fahrenheit for those extended outings.
Igloo Sportsman 100 Quart Cooler - Reach inside the quick-access hatch without letting the cold air escape. Holds ice up to 5 days at 90 degrees outside temperature. The reinforced swing up handles stay down and out of the way when not in use while staying comfortable during transport. A tie down loop has been added to each side of the cooler allowing you to better secure your load during travel. Dual snap fit lid latches keep everything closed.
- Weight: 17.5 lbs
- Exterior Dimensions: 35.25in x 17.38in x 16.75in
- Interior Dimensions: 31.31in x 14.88in x 12.19in
- Internal Dimensions Bottom: 3.19in x 13.31in x 12.19in
Joal of Lancaster, CA - February, 11 2013:
I needed a big cooler for longer hunting trips and big family camp outs. This one has plenty of space and keeps ice as long as I need it. The only down side is that it takes up so much room I had to get a hitch hauler to bring it along.Nastassi of West Valley City, UT - September, 01 2014:
I love this cooler, keeps ice for a long time, has tons of room for when you go on weekend camping or hunting trips. The only down fall is the latches, the plastic ones break easy, I replaced mine with metal ones and It made this cooler great!Gary H of Salt Lake City, UT - April, 06 2015:
I needed a large cooler and this one fit the bill, not only in size, but budget. I like the reach-in access door in the lid. It's much better than opening the entire top when wanting to grab something out of the cooler, but, it does take some planning when you pack it. My first test of this cooler was last month (March) on a 5-day trip along the White Rim Trail in Moab. Granted, it was spring, and the high temp was around 70°F, but when I got home, I still had about 75% of the two ice blocks I started out with. Can't wait to see how it performs in the heat of summer! It's not a Yeti, but for what I paid for it, it fits my needs just fine!
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