|Product Dimensions||17.78 x 22.86 x 17.78 cm; 226.8 Grams|
|Item Weight||227 g|
Under Armour 12 Can Soft Sided Cooler, Hyper Green 12 Can Cooler Gray 49
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- Constructed with durable, 420D polyester & IsoTec premium foam insulation that helps maintain internal temperature
- Flex-A-Guard liner is strong, sturdy, crush-resistant & easy to clean
- Exterior zipper pockets for ample storage
- Molded rubber handle and adjustable/removeable shoulder strap
- PVC-free; Polyester and LDPE
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Under Armour partnered with Thermos to create premium soft coolers that keep your food fresher, longer. Foam insulation makes sure everything stays nice and cold, and an easy-to-clean, crush-resistant liner holds up to daily wear and tear.
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I will try to be succinct. Any possible purpose and I mean any possible purpose you might buy this for, it will fail to serve it entirely. I have never written such a scathing review as this but you should be made aware.
Scenario: I'm a Ground delivery driver. This stays on a shelf in my truck, no A/C, no direct sunlight. Stays zipped and closed unless I'm in it for water/food.
1. It's stylish.
2. It's a great size.
3. It's lightweight.
4. It has exterior pockets (this has been VERY hard to find).
Con's: (if only I had red ink to write this in)
1. The strap is entirely too short for this price and offers no padding whatsoever. You can single shoulder throw it but you cannot throw it across your adjacent shoulder. When it arrives you may find that, as I did, you assume the strap is drawn in, it is not. That's just all they think you need.
2. The Zippers hang like they came on a dollar store toiletry bag. I know that you know what I mean. Imagine the worst case scenario, then double it. That's how bad it is. I will say, if you're creative you can apply Vaseline to the zipper tracks (I did) and this will make the motion 95% better and allow you to mostly do one handed zips/unzips. Still though this thing was $50 so...
3. It is wholly inadequate as a "cooler". I left with 10 bottled waters, 1 Gatorade, 1 sandwich in a sandwich case, two 9"x 16" & one 6"x 6" ice packs with everything wrapped "S" style in the cooler so that cold was applied on both sides of everything (it still was not full). Everything was covered in ice. The outside front pocket was ice cold about 2 hours later. That's a problem since this is an exterior pocket. If it had remotely decent insulation it might be cold but not "I can see condensation building on my hand wipes" cold. It fails to keep items cold since it had poor thermal insulation. I could only imaging if this had been in sunlight.
4. The zippers are going to break. I'm not rough with my possessions by any means, but you can absolutely tell the moment you try to open the main compartment on either side by the way they bind every single time they make the corner both opening and closing. Again, I improved this dramatically with Vaseline as a lubricant but even so, if the stitching doesn't fail first the zippers will be the first to go. I can't comment on the stitching yet as only time will tell.
That's it. While it may not seem like much, these are the basic functions of a cooler with a shoulder strap. If you were my brother or wife I would tell you do not buy this. It sucks and it's tempting, but unless you plan on never unzipping it, never expecting it to keep things cold, are 4' 10" or shorter and don't mind if items in the pockets can get wet from condensation sweat when you have ice in it then this is not for you. I'll use it till' it breaks or my wife get's tired of me wincing at it. Then it's back the search. Best of luck.
In my usage of this cooler thus far here is what I have found both good and bad. I have updated the rating by an additional star, though I would go with 3.5 stars if possible.
1. Cooling: I am using 3 of the medium size Cryopak ice packs in the bottom and 3 of the sheets in the cooler. I have found that this will manage to keep everything cold for an entire day, It will be warmest at the top the earliest, so I load it in the order of first in, last out and at the end of my work day everything on the bottom is still at least refrigerator levels of cold. It does still however create condensation on my items in the front pocket of the cooler so I have to be careful with what I put in there. I will add a picture so that you can see what ice packs I am using.
2. Zippers. I used in total, a combo of Blistex, pencil graphite and Vaseline, but all you need to use is Vaseline or any other Petroleum Jelly. Having applied that to all of the main zipper in a thin layer and worked the zipper back in forth, after a good days worth of heat and about a day or two of use I can one hand zip and unzip the cooler and it no longer hangs. If you haven't done this, DO IT! Trust me.
3. Durability: Despite some pulling on the thread work around the pockets, so far it seems to be holding up well. I did buy a shoulder strap pad to use with it. The only comment here is that the D shaped loop for the shoulder strap on one side is always rotating. This annoys me but I suppose functionally it works so all I can really do is mention it.
4. Verdict: It's is a decent cooler. It would be a solid cooler at about $36.99. That is expensive enough for what it does offer, but cheap enough for it's shortcoming.
Hopefully this has been helpful.
-Very nice looking.
-Spacious. The perfect size (24 can) for a guy like me (6' tall, walks 15 minutes each way to work) that puts 3 each 16oz cold drinks in it, an small umbrella, and a good sized lunch and snacks for the day.
-Has a detachable strap (which is important, read the cons).
-Strap is designed for very short distance walking, i.e. is only 3 feet long and has no shoulder cushion. Painful to use on day one. Had to spend another $9 to order a new strap via amazon that is much longer and has a shoulder strap.
-Zippers are hard to use at times.