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 14 quart cooler is the perfect size for day trips and picnics. 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:||13 in / 33.02 cm|
|Width:||9 in / 22.86 cm|
|Height:||13 in / 33.02 cm|
|Weight:||2 lb / 0.91 kg|
|Volume:||13 L / 793 in3|
|Int. Dim.:||11 in x 7 in x 1035 in / 28 cm x 18 cm x 26.5 cm|
Seems nicely constructed. Great strap and handles. When mine arrived the front pocket zipper was popped open in the middle. That didn't give me great confidence but opening and closing it put it back in place. It's not easy to tell from the picture but the rear of the cooler is taller than the front, so it slopes down. I guess that is to keep rain from standing on it. However, it makes it harder to carry things siting on top of it. The removable lining is good for cleaning but kind of bunches up. Personally, I think I would have liked it better if it was permanently sewed in place- tacked in the corners. Mine has been leak free and it seems to do a good job keeping ice, though I haven't put it through a real seriously hot day trial. Overall it's a nice soft sided cooler with a zippered lid which makes getting into it easier than the roll top style.