When you go camping or on a picnic, there are some essentials that you will always need. A sleeping bag, a picnic blanket, some comfortable chairs, and of course, a cooler. But nobody wants to carry a fully loaded cooler around, that is why you need one with ones.
- Coleman Xtreme Series Wheeled Cooler
- Coleman Wheeled Soft Cooler
- Coleman Personal Wheeled Cooler
- Igloo Ice Cube Roller Cooler
- Igloo Cool Fusion MaxCold Cooler
- Igloo Island Breeze Roller Cooler
- Trinity Stainless Steel Cooler
- Pelican Elite Wheeled Cooler
- Igloo Glide PRO Cooler
- Travel 5.0 Deluxe Ripstop Rolling Cooler
Coleman Xtreme Series Wheeled Cooler
This 50-quart cooler from Coleman is the perfect companion on camping trips, picnics, or tailgating parties. The telescopic handle and heavy-duty wheels make it incredibly easy to transport, and rugged enough to handle almost every kind of terrain.
The cooler can hold up to 84 cans with its 50-quart capacity, while the insulated lid and walls provide up to 5 days of ice retention. The top of the cooler is also fitted with molded can holders to keep your drinks close.
Coleman Wheeled Soft Cooler
This 42 can soft cooler from Coleman is fitted with the same telescopic hand and rugged wheels as the Xtreme cooler we reviewed before, allowing it to be transported over all kinds of terrain.
The cooler has extra storage as well, with a front zippered pocket, inside top and side mesh pockets and lid bungees. The inner PEVA lining of the cooler has antimicrobial properties and can resist mold, mildew, and odor.
Coleman Personal Wheeled Cooler
This compact polyethylene cooler from Coleman is one of their smaller coolers and is designed more for personal use. It is a great accompaniment for going on fishing trips, camping, or a day out.
It has a 16-quart capacity, which is the equivalent of about 22 cans, and like every other Coleman cooler, it is fitted with a strong telescopic handle as well as rugged all-terrain wheels.
Igloo Ice Cube Roller Cooler
This 60-quart cooler from Igloo is made of durable polyethylene and has an ultratherm insulated body which keeps the contents of the cooler colder, for much longer. And the 60-quart capacity allows you to store a number of days worth of drinks and perishables.
The cooler is fitted with a locking telescopic handle. It also has incredibly durable wheels and a reinforced tow handle that makes it easy to transport. It also has molded side handles to get it in and out of your car, truck or tent with ease.
Igloo Cool Fusion MaxCold Cooler
This cooler from Igloo can be called the younger brother of the Ice Cube cooler we just reviewed. It is small and is more ideally suited for small family picnics or camping trips, or just solo use on a fishing trip.
The main feature of this cooler is the MaxCold Insulation, which adds 25% more foam to the inside of the cooler to keep it much cooler for much longer. It has a locking, telescopic handle, and rubberized wheels that allow it to travel over almost every surface.
Igloo Island Breeze Roller Cooler
This 28-quart cooler from Igloo is unique in the sense that is has a raised design. This keeps the actual cooler away from the ground, preventing heat from underneath and the ground warming the cooler up to quickly, keeping the contents cooler for longer.
The cooler is fitted with a push-button, telescoping handle and soft ride sports wheels that make it easy to transport over different and difficult terrain. The 29-quart capacity can hold up to 37 cans.
Trinity Stainless Steel Cooler
This stainless steel cooler from Trinity should have no problem finding its way into your next party, camping trip or tailgate. It is made of high-quality 304-grade stainless steel, with a sleek bronze speckled finish on the lid, shelf, and legs.
It comes with a bottle opener and attached cap catcher, as well as a drainage plug for emptying the cooler quickly and efficiently. It has a bottom shelf for additional storage and 4 3” x 1” casters for mobility, two of which you can lock.
Pelican Elite Wheeled Cooler
This cooler from Pelican has a capacity of 45 quarts and features two-inches of polyurethane insulation with a 360-degree freezer grade gasket that provides incredible ice retention for up to 10 days.
The cooler boasts molded handles, 3-inch locking latches, reinforced lockable hasp, a stainless steel bottle opener, an anti-shear hinge system, and molded tie-down slots. It also has a leak-proof drainage plug, integrated measuring board, and rubber feet.
Igloo Glide PRO Cooler
This cooler from Igloo is the big daddy on the list, with a 110-quart capacity, this cooler can hold absolutely everything you may need for a weekend camping trip or a massive tailgating party.
The cooler has a unique horizontal telescopic handle that gives you maximum leverage when the cooler is fully packed. It is also fitted with Ultratherm insulation which keeps the ice for 5 days. It also has almost indestructible zinc-plated metal hinges.
Travel 5.0 Deluxe Ripstop Rolling Cooler
This rolling cooler from Travel 5.0 is one of the most durable on our list, made of ripstop nylon with 1680D polyester. It has a locking telescopic handle with rubber roller skating wheels.
This versatile cooler is perfect for picnics and beach trips, it has a foam-padded main compartment with a removable liner, a top sandwich compartment, zippered front pocket and an internal mesh pocket.
Having a reliable cooler that keeps your perishables and drinks cold for a long period of time is essential, especially if you are out camping in the middle of nowhere. We are sure you have found your next cooler on our list. Happy camping.