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    Soft Coolers

    In 1995 at a Boat Show I bought a 12-Pak Softcooler. The quality of these USA made Softcoolers is outstanding and we used it a lot. Last year I some how busted the liner and it started leaking. I had remembered that the company warranted their products so I checked online. They are replacing my cooler for $26 free shipping. 19 years of complete satisfaction.
    It's an excellent choice for the back of your TW.

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    May not be cheap but apparently they build a fantastic cooler and stand behind them too! Thanks for sharing this.


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    Borneo got the real deal in Moab a man's man cooler. GOPR0076.JPG
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    Quote Originally Posted by zdiver1 View Post
    Borneo got the real deal in Moab a mans man cooler. GOPR0076.JPG
    Correction. That is a lawyer man's cooler. Or a doctor man's cooler. That is NOT a everyday man's cooler.


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    Thanks for sharing, I love stories about high quality products made in the good old US of A. Talk about great customer service too! I just bought some handy plastic shelves from Target, they were on sale, only like 50 cents off per shelf but it was the "Made in the USA" sticker on them that pushed me to make a purchase.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dryden-Tdub View Post
    Correction. That is a lawyer man's cooler. Or a doctor man's cooler. That is NOT a everyday man's cooler.


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    You got that right especially an everyday man who raised six kids. I spent $17,000 just on braces fixing teeth not to mention all the outfitting for Hunting fishing boating scuba sports and College I have no regrets. I loved watching them enjoy life. Now it's College time again for the girls. Anyone out there who wants to be God Parents Lol
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    It will pay for it's self in about 35 years with all the money he will save on ice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zdiver1 View Post
    It will pay for it's self in about 35 years with all the money he will save on ice.
    Gosh I wonder if I have that much time left on earth? May be a few years late to realize that cost savings



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    I do see the value in the hard Yeti coolers. If I was still salt water fishing like I use to I would buy one.
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    Yah, yah, yah. I do hear you, the Yeti soft cooler isn't cheap...heck, it's downright insanely expensive. But the Weasel and I learned a lesson on coolers long ago. We use them alot...he in fact uses his Yeti hardside cooler ever single day during the warm months plowing cable, and according to him it paid for itself in one summer from the savings on ice. As for me, I spend an incredible amount of time outdoors, especially in the summer, and while I loved my little Yeti hardside, it was difficult in the boat due to it's inflexible dimensions. The soft cooler was the perfect solution. Especially now that the sticker shock has worn off.

    Truth is, I probably wouldn't have bought one around home. It was a vacation present to myself. I really didn't see much else out there that interested me, and I happened to have the change for it since four guys splitting the Moab costs made the trip so inexpensive even I was surprised. I'm pretty much used to paying the freight solo, under which circumstances I wouldn't have had enough money left to buy one of those foam grocery store rigs.

    On another note, either Yeti isn't confident enough in their product to give a lifetime warranty...it's only 3 years, or they know the type of people who buy their stuff.

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