The cooling capacity of the NRS Dura Soft Cooler with temperature-reflective Mylar and closed-cell foam insulation rivals that of hard-sided coolers. The 5 quart cooler is the perfect size to fit in most kayak hatches to carry along your lunch or chill a frosty six pack. Two exterior D-rings allow you to strap the cooler into your boat or the bed of your pickup. Keeps ice all day long, even in the hottest zones. A mesh pocket in the lid holds a freezer gel pack (not included) and an external pocket holds small accessories. When the food and drinks are gone, you can crush and stow your Dura Soft cooler out of the way. The innovative hook-and-loop removable urethane "Infinity" liner contains liquids without leaking and makes cleaning easy. The skid-resistant feet help the cooler stay put.
|Length:||9 in / 22.86 cm|
|Width:||6 in / 15.24 cm|
|Height:||8 in / 20.32 cm|
|Weight:||1 lb / 0.45 kg|
|Volume:||4.7 L / 287 in3|
|Int. Dim.:||8 in x 5 in x 7 in / 20 cm x 13 cm x 18 cm|
This is excellent size for kayak. Works great. Keeps everything cold in hot Florida weather.
This is a great way to keep food chilled for an extended period. I packed my cooler with frozen food, two freezer gel packs, and a chunk of dry ice (about 3/4" thick and just fitting inside the cooler). The dry ice lasted for about 30 hours. Both gel packs were still pretty solid after 48 hours. I ended up not using all the food, but by the afternoon of the fourth day, one gel pack was still partly frozen and the remaining food was still chilly to the touch. Day-time temperatures ranged from the mid-50's to around 70.