Mountainsmith Cooler Cube

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Keep your beverages cold and keep yourself organized with the Mountainsmith Deluxe Cooler Cube. This waterproof lined soft cooler has enough space to keep drinks cool for the whole family. It also has a fold down cup holder that can carry four bottles (all your mixers for your signature cocktail) and two mesh water bottle pockets on the sides. Toting this deluxe cold drink-erator is easy with the adjustable haul handles that convert to shoulder straps, and when you are on extended trips, it fits into all Mountainsmith Modular Hauler Systems. Plus, it even comes with a bottle opener, what more could you want'


CLOSEOUTS . The Mountainsmith Cooler Cube gets you picnic-ready and is a great addition to your Modular Hauler System. Sturdy handles make carrying a breeze, and itand#39;s insulated to keep beverages and snacks icy cold. Available Colors: HERITAGE TEAL.

- Sierra Trading Post

The Mountainsmith Cooler Cube is the perfect, basic road-to-river trip partner. With a waterproof, seam-sealed lining and PE foam insulation, your food and beverages will stay icy and the floorboards will stay dry to your destination. The adjustable haul handle converts to a shoulder strap for those longer portages. With 150 denier Baby RipStop Polyester outer, PEVA reflective silver waterproof seam-sealed lining and efficient PE foam insulation, this cooler is constructed to keep your food colder, longer for many adventures to come. Includes a bottle opener! Cubic design makes organizing one, or multiple coolers within a drybox a cinch.


Mountainsmith Cooler Cube

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The Mountainsmith Cooler Cube is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 19, 2016 at Sierra Trading Post.

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