Closeouts. Great as a stand alone or the perfect addition to your Modular Hauler System, Mountainsmith's Cooler Cube is easy to carry with its sturdy dual webbing handles, and is insulated to keep beverages and snacks icy cold.
Reviewed by smithvigsen from Utah on Tuesday, December 09, 2014
This works as I hoped -- keeps things cool. It's compact enough to keep in the back of my car, which is great because I never know when I'm going to need it. Like, I usually choose to go to Costco on a whim. I never know what I'm going to buy. I'm able to cram most cold things in this cooler when I get to my car, and then I'm able to run other errands without worrying about stuff spoiling. It fits quite a bit of stuff. It's great -- I bought some for gifts. The 6-pack cooler is pretty great, too.
I don't know about the royal blue....does not look like it has clips on each side to hold strap. I have the teal one and has clips to hold strap, but strap did not come with
Answered on 9/18/2014 3:48:47 PM by jes from S.C.
I have the yellow one and it does not have a shoulder strap, just the carrying handles. It is very well insulated and does great keeping groceries cool/frozen until I get home in 100+ degree heat, even with other stops along the way.
Answered on 9/19/2014 5:56:44 AM by AnnieO from El Paso TX
The Royal blue doesn't have any clips to hold shoulder strap.
Answered on 9/19/2014 6:19:42 AM by Youngsum from BJ
I purchased the cobalt blue one and it is exactly as shown in the photo: short handles, no place to attach a shoulder strap. I own three of them and have been very happy with them. I keep them in my car and use them to haul groceries. I've also taken them on a rafting trip.
Answered on 9/19/2014 12:22:42 PM by Nomad from White Salmon
The cooler hauler is the same size and dimensions as the other cubes and fits in the modular hauler as well as the cubes that come with the four-pack.||The cooler has extra insulation and is more substantial than the regular haulers. It's not an Igloo or a Yeti but it will get cold things home from the grocery store or 100 miles down the road. ||We do not place ice in the cooler bag but rather frozen bottles of water (like a Gator-aid bottle) with the lids on to prevent water leaks. This system works well and we have not noticed any cooler bag leaks from condensation or wet cans and bottles. I wouldn't count on this cube holding a lot of water without a little leakage but honestly don't know for sure.
Answered on 7/31/2012 12:00:00 AM by BJ from Austin, TX