Home » Pelican Products, Inc. adds the higher-capacity 95qt Elite Cooler as the first addition to their popular Pelican ProGear Elite Cooler line
o expand their popular Pelican ProGear™ Elite Cooler offering, Pelican Products, Inc., has introduced the 95QT Elite Cooler, as the first higher-capacity addition to the line that includes 35QT, 45QT and 65QT models.
“Each Elite Cooler has Pelican core DNA built in, making them as tough and dependable as Pelican cases used by professionals who work in extreme environments across the globe,” said Lyndon Faulkner, President and CEO of Pelican Products, Inc. “It doesn’t matter if it’s a weeklong fishing trip or a multi-day hunting adventure this new higher capacity cooler is designed to protect and keep your food, game or drinks cold for the duration.”
Perfect for fishing, boating, camping or hanging on the beach, the newest Elite Cooler holds up to 95 U.S. liquid quarts. All Elite Coolers are built tough to exacting military standards and are engineered with rugged polymer exterior walls that feature an industry-leading 2” polyurethane foam core - allowing them to preserve ice for up to 10 days. Additional advanced features include secure press and pull latches, a freezer-grade o-ring seal and dual handles for easy transport and tie-off.
Manufactured in the company’s South Deerfield, Massachusetts facility, the Pelican ProGear 95QT Elite Cooler (along with the 35QT, 45QT and 65QT) is now available for purchase at www.PelicanProGear.com, or through their authorized Pelican Dealer network. All Elite Coolers are backed by an industry leading lifetime guarantee of excellence.
Pelican ProGear includes rugged, protective consumer products designed to allow users to transport and protect all that they value, regardless of environmental conditions. The line is presented to consumers via, www.PelicanProGear.com, where products can be viewed and purchased directly or through the company's authorized resellers.
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