NOTE: DISCONTINUED - NEW DESIGN COMING IN 2016.
The Primo Insulated Backpack Cooler. This deluxe cooler is made from the highest quality material and has a sleek backpack look and feel.
This sturdy cooler bag has 2 sections - the bottom section which is insulated and the top section for your dry good, books, clothes, etc.
A fully insulated cooler compartment that holds up to 8-9 (12oz) cans. A removable plastic liner that makes it easy to clean. The insulated section is heat sealed to prevent leaking. A front (zippered) pocket for your extras. An inside mesh pocket to hold your ice pack (not included).
The upper section is excellent for books, shoes or if you want to carry dry goods such as chips, cookies, etc. An inside pocket to hold your cell phone as well as two small pockets for your keys, extra cash, small wallet.. Finally, a large zippered pocket in front to hold your valuables.
A sturdy rubber handle and comfy backpack straps with padded back makes this backpack one of our deluxe models!
Cool Color: Two tone Blue/Black w/ Keep your cooler embroidery (as shown)
Approx Size: Full size (including cooler): H20" x W14" x D7"
Cooler size: H6" x W10.5" x D7"
Suggested ice/hot pack size: Medium or Large
How big is this backpack cooler?
The dimensions are as follows: full size (which means from top to bottom): H20" x W14" x D7”. The cooler section is H6" x W10.5" x D7" and holds about 8-9 (12oz) cans. These dimensions are of the outside of the bag – we determine the inside of the bag with the amount of soda cans it holds.
How many compartments does this bag have?
There are 2 compartments. The top section which is quite spacious holds dry foods and the bottom compartment which is the insulated section to hold foods/drinks.
How does this close?
Both sections have zipper closures.
Any pockets? What else?
Yes, there is a good size front zippered pocket on the top section of the bag. Also, the cooler section has a small zippered pocket in front too. Got a sturdy rubber handle too.
What does the inside look like?
Check out the "inside peek" picture.
Have these coolers been tested for lead?
Yes, the cooler section of this bag has been tested and the manufacturers have been advised that these items have passed the lead test.
Why do you suggest NOT putting loose ice into the backpack cooler? What ice packs should I use?
Well, we’ve tested these coolers with ice and there is no need to use loose ice. First loose ice melts faster and makes you bag heavy plus the sharp edges of the ice may puncture holes and cause leaks in the insulation.
Ice packs are available in many different sizes and styles and can be found under our Reusable Hot & Cold Gel Ice Packs. Medium size will fit the cooler section of this bag.
To make your own, simply fill a large, air tight, waterproof plastic ziplock bag with clean water and freeze.
We suggest that you DO NOT put loose ice in the food coolers.
90 DAY warranty and does not apply to damages caused by typical wear and tear, unreasonable use, or neglect.