Stump Cooler®

Item # WX2-227990

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Details & Specs

Stump Cooler®. The Cooler to stump all others!

It's a natural! The incredibly versatile Stump Cooler® does it all. Blends into wooded environments with convincing tree-like color and texture. Keeps your drink cold for up to 5 days. Keeps bait fresh with your aerator (not included). Makes a great seat when it's time to take a load off.

Cool it, bro:
  • Holds twelve 12-oz. cans, plus ice
  • 8X more insulating property than other foam coolers... it'll keep your drinks cold for up to 5 days
  • 40X stronger than other foam coolers
  • Great seating height - 19"h., and it's sturdy enough to support a 250-lb. adult
  • Lightweight - less than 4 lbs. empty
  • Easily converts to a bait saver
  • Shoulder strap for easy transport
  • Measures 18 3 / 4 x 10 x 11"w.


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