TackleDirect DryCASE Snow's Cut Soft Cooler

TackleDirect DryCASE Snow's Cut Soft Cooler

Price: $199.99
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Snow Cuts soft cooler featuring TackleDirect logosGray/Black40 liter, 21in x 19in x 18in$199.99 USD
The TackleDirect DryCASE Snow's Cut Soft Cooler Bag with TD Logo is the newest portable soft cooler out on the market today. It is waterproofing technology perfected! This cooler bag is super insulated with DryCASE signature vacuum seal. This cooler bag features an integrated 2-way purge valve. This valve releases trapped air inside the cooler bag, this creates an airtight seal for maximum ice retention. The purge valve also allows you to easily drain excess water from melted ice after use. Say goodbye to tipping a bag or cooler to drain melted ice. The Snows cut soft cooler bag has insulated side-mini cooler pouch integrated for even more hot and cold storage. This soft cooler is so convenient to use with removable backpack shoulder harness as well as duffel bag carrying straps so you can carry it on your back or over your shoulder. It will keep your phone or tablet, and all your other gear dry. Great for anyone who spends a great deal of time on the water or outdoors.

  • 100% waterproof roll down closure
  • Drain valve
  • 40 Liters of Storage (36 cans plus ice). Cans and ice not included…sorry!
  • Extra wide opening for easy cooler access
  • Horizontal middle insulated waterproof liner
  • Waterproof Zippered Clear outer storage pocket for phones
  • Removable backpack shoulder harness for hands free carrying
  • 8 D-Ring Tie Down Points
  • 30 mm Thick Insulated Waterproof Liner
  • Perfect "carry-on" size
  • Limited lifetime Warranty
4.5 Stars based on 3 reviews
By Chris
Loved this bag at first
August 25, 2018
Loved this bag at first, but now, after almost a year, notice water between inner and outer layer of cooler. Left it in the sun to dry, but smells like mildew now. No idea how the water got in there, suspect a small hole in the liner allowing melted ice water in...bummer. Really liked it, won’t buy again.
By Ben
Good gear
July 5, 2017
I bought this for fishing trips, tent camping, and for easily getting my cooler to remote beaches. I compared it to other backpack coolers and wheeled units and am confident this is the best for me. I've been impressed with the ice holding capability (about 3 days off and on a boat and opened regularly). I use the cell phone sleeve whenever it's wet or dirty out. There are not many reviews out there about this one so I wanted to share my experience with it. Very pleased. Large with good insulation and features. It looks good too.
By Miguel
San Juan Capistrano
It's a cooler, no it's a backpack.
August 25, 2016
Actually it's both! This cooler kicks some serious butt when you want to haul your boat drinks, fishing poles, and whatever else you use your right hand for, on the long walk from the truck to the boat! I know I hate the trip through the parking lot, opening the marina gate, down the ramp, along the dock, up the stairs, onto my boat all while trying to carry some god forsaken giant monstrosity of a ungainly rectangle. And I have to do that all over again to get the rest of my stuff. Now i just throw a lot of beer, a few bottles of water, ice, and some sandwiches in my Snow's Cut, toss it on my back, grab the poles and hump my sorry out of shape behind down the dock. One trip is all it takes. I'm pretty sure it's saved me from at least one heart attack so far. Plus it's soft sided so it doesn't scratch the paint on my deck, saving me thousands of dollars in repainting fees. All in all this cooler is really well built, has great features, and you can't beat the price.
  • easy to carry
  • holds a lot of beer
  • says tackle direct
2 Questions & 2 Answers
from New Orleans asked:
November 28, 2016
How does this cooler compare to the Yeti Hopper or RTIC Sofpac for ice retention?
1 Answers
Ice retention on both Yeti and TackleDirect coolers are very similar and You will not be disappointed with the TackleDirect Dry Case Cooler.
on December 2, 2016

David Branton
from Florida asked:
November 15, 2016
Anyone ever mention using it for putting their caught fish in for kayak fishing?
1 Answers
Normally people use this item to keep items dry in their kayaks for boats.
on November 16, 2016


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