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Hard-shell coolers are nice, but they take up a lot of storage space. With the hybrid Kelty Folding Cooler, you get the insulating performance of a hard shell in a design that folds flat for compact storage. Dual-layer foam panels provide enough insulation to keep beverages chilled for hours, and the waterproof food-grade liner prevents melting ice from leaking. Even better, the 55-liter size can hold up to 36 cans with ice; now that's a feature worth celebrating.

  • Hybrid design folds down to less than 6-inches thick for compact storage
  • Food-grade PEVA liner is durable and waterproof
  • Dual-layer foam panels provide structure and insulation
  • Molded EVA foam lid has four built-in beverage holders
  • Reinforced bottom and four durable feet keep the cooler off the ground
  • Dual carry handles make for easy transport
  • 17 liter holds 20 12oz cans, 27 liter holds 28 12oz cans, 55 liter holds 36 12oz cans
  • Includes two Kelty can koozies

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Always thinking of the best things! bottler opener for when you forget yours!

5 5

Ice Ice baby!

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I think this is by far the coolest (pun totally intended) cooler that I have ever owned. I love the fact that it is not hard plastic all over and can fold down and be stored as well. Not to mention that the waterproof liner that sits in the cooler has no leaks what so ever and is removable so when you are going to clean the damn thing you don't have to flip the whole thing over you can just pull the liner out and dump it and hang dry it. The liner can also be used to separate dry food from the ice so that you don't end up with soggy foods. I took it on a trip and it kept the cold in so well that I didn't have to replace the ice for two days. I really love the flexibility that this cooler offers, it really helped make the trip that much easier and better for us. I got the 55L size and it kept a weeks worth of food and beer ice cold!

Ice Ice baby!
4 5

Concert cooler

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Awesome cooler to bring to summer concerts, the beach, or over to a friends for dinner. Cup holders on top and bottle opener attached to zipper! Good job Kelty. The only reason I am giving it 4 stars is because I have soaked by shorts a few times carrying it. Just make sure to keep it up right and pour the water out before transporting. The picture is the 17L.

Concert cooler
5 5

Very nice cooler.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Just used this on a week long road trip and it worked great. I got the 17L (small) for using inside the car, for our driving snacks and drinks. The sides are actually pretty thick, so the insulation is pretty decent for a soft cooler. But take note, this will not be replacing my hard coolers by any means, but it's a great alternative for a secondary cooler. The bonus for me was when it's empty, you can flatten it and pack it up, where you can't do that with a hard cooler. It's made well and seems really durable.

From the description, "keeps beverages...

From the description, "keeps beverages chilled for hours," it sounds like this product would not be appropriate for a 2-3 day remote camping trip. Is that accurate?

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You are correct. Soft-sided coolers are simply not as well insulated as traditional hard-sided coolers.

If bulk isn't a factor, consider a cooler designed for marine use. A good marine cooler will hold ice for three days plus. If you'll be backpacking, though, a big rigid cooler would be nearly impossible to pack in. That's how my old Igloo marine cooler got named "Hell on Wheels".