The Pelican 250QT Elite Cooler is not your everyday cooler--this cooler is built for the most rugged of adventurers, from multi-week sailing expeditions to entire summers spent in the wilderness. This heavy-duty cooler is made with ridiculously durable polyethylene and a two-inch insulation layer that is certified bear resistant by the Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee for summers spent living out of your truck in Montana, Wyoming, and other bear populated regions. And large press-and-pull handles create a secure closure and can be easily used while wearing gloves. It can hold ice up to 10 days and is built with corrosion-resistant hardware for overall long-lasting use, short and long-term. The exceptionally large size fits seamlessly in truck beds, and weighing in at 92 pounds, the cooler is equipped with fork lift skids at the bottom so you can safely haul onto your boat. Non-skid and non-marking raised feet prevent slipping in the truck bed and on the boats dock, and molded in tie-downs helps you securely store your cooler in place. The coolers lid is engraved with a 52. 5 inch measuring stick so you can easily compare catch sizes while out fishing off the shores of Alaska.
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