9000.43

NorChill Soft Sided Hot/Cold Cooler Bags

NorChill Soft Sided Hot/Cold Cooler Bags

Description

The Norchill Soft Sided Hot/Cold Cooler Bags are lightweight and collapsible bags that will keep your food or drinks hot or cold for hours.

Features

  • Shoulder and Hand Strap with Comfort Cushion
  • Protective Heavy Duty Nylon Shell
  • Leak-proof liner keeps bad from leaking
List Price
$54.99
Your Price
$48.68
In Stock

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Details

A NorChill Cooler Bag is different... NorChill coolers are soft, collapsible and can be rolled up to fit into your carry on luggage while flying. They can be used to keep food hot or cold, and can also be used as a suitcase, backpack, or duffle bag. They also can be used to protect valuables and electronic gear while traveling or enjoying your favorite outdoor adventure.

Bring a NorChill cooler along on your next picnic, boating incursion, hunting trip, tailgating event, or vacation. During hot summers, they can also be used just for getting cold groceries home from the store, so that you are free to run errands, instead of rushing home.

The NorChill cooler, the lightweight tag along companion. NorChill collapsible cooler bags represent the finest in soft sided cooler design and construction. Their Dual-Temp Insulation System™ will keep your food or drinks hot or cold for hours, while the leak-proof liner will ensure a full day of enjoyment.

NorChill's soft cooler bags are perfect for anything you want to keep HOT, COLD, DRY, or UNDAMAGED:

  • Food
  • Beverages
  • Medicine
  • Clothing
  • Towels
  • Safety Gear
  • Cameras
  • Electronics
  • Games
  • Camping
  • Fishing
  • Boating Supplies



Features:

  • Compact Roll-Up Design
  • Double Stiched Seams
  • Dual Temp Insulation System™
  • HD Zipper Corrosion Free Zipper
  • Fold Down Clips
  • Zippered Side Pocket
  • Toxin-Free Construction
  • 2-Year Warranty

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
NorChill Soft Sided Hot/Cold Cooler Bags 9000.43 Soft Sided Hot/Cold Cooler Bag, 12 cans
$48.68
In Stock
NorChill Soft Sided Hot/Cold Cooler Bags 9000.53 Soft Sided Hot/Cold Cooler Bag, 24 cans
$59.74
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NorChill Soft Sided Hot/Cold Cooler Bags 9000.63 Soft Sided Hot/Cold Cooler Bag, 48 cans
$88.24
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