The Cascade Mountain Tech 80 Quart Super Cooler has a freezer-quality lid gasket and up to 3 inches of foam insulated walls to keep ice for up to 10 days! With its ultra-tough roto molded construction, our super cooler can withstand whatever you throw at it. Cooler includes a dry good basket to keep your lunch or snacks dry while the rest of your items stay chilled in the ice, and cup holder to keep your beverage secure when you are out at your campsite, on your boat, at a soccer game, or just in your backyard.
Certified Bear-Resistant** by the Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee
Extremely tough roto molded construction
Extra thick insulated walls - up to 3" of foam
Heavy Duty Rubber Latches
Durable Rope Handles
2X Built-in Bottle Openers
Cup holder and basket included!
80 Quart Specs:
Holds Up To 70 Cans + Ice
Retains ice for up to 10 days*
Interior Dimensions: 26.62" x 11.18" x 14.75"
Exterior Dimensions: 33.18" x 19.25" x 20.31"
Weight: 49 lb
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Getting the most out of your cooler:
For optimal temperature retention, we recommend that you pre-chill your cooler overnight in a cool place with multiple bags of ice inside. If your cooler has been left in a warm location such as a vehicle, garage, or out in the sun, packing it without pre-chilling will lead to decreased performance. We also recommend that you pre-chill cooler contents. Chilling or freezing beverages and food ahead of time will greatly increase ice retention. When loading your cooler add fresh bags of ice replacing the bags used for pre-chilling.
*Able to retain ice when the ambient temperature is between 68-72 degrees Fahrenheit and lid remains closed.
**In order to comply with IGBC standards of bear-resistance, coolers MUST BE LOCKED with a padlock or bolt and nut of an appropriate length.
Freezer Quality Gasket:
Super Cooler equipped with a freezer quality lid gasket. If you experience difficulty opening a cooler with a tight seal, this is likely due to negative air pressure that has built up inside. Simply unscrew the drain plug near the bottom to release the air pressure and the lid should open with ease.
To help reduce negative pressure in the future, try gently wedging a small gap (about 0.5cm) between the ends of the rubber gasket located on the inside of the cooler lid**