When you’re exploring the outdoors, you need to take gear that can look after itself. The last thing you need is something breaking mid-way through the trip. Our rugged Patrol cool boxes are made from a single piece of rotomolded polyethylene. So when it’s inevitably dropped, sat on, or carelessly thrown into the back of the car – there’s no need to worry. You’ll still be enjoying fresh food and cold drinks for the rest of this trip. And the next one.
Patrol high-performance cool boxes keep ice frozen for days. Built to last trip after trip with thick PU insulated walls, a single piece rotomolded construction, and a full-length hinge pin. More than just a box to put ice in, these cool boxes offer smart features like Patrol's leak proof drain, deep-freeze lid seal and one-hand rubber latch opening.
Don't adventure hungry, bring your favourite food and drinks with you on your outdoor expedition. Once the cool packs or ice are placed inside, they will keep groceries, fish, bait and wild game fresh for days. The ice takes up ca 50% of storage capacity and compact ice packs a bit less.
Our Patrol boxes are made for adventure. Tough and durable, the harsher the climate – the more this ice chest will prove itself. The robust single piece rotomolded polyethylene construction is designed for a long life of travelling through forests, up mountains and across seas. Places where bumps and bangs will happen – and that’s no problem. This is an ice chest that is ready for rough rides. It wears scratches with pride. Why? Because every scratch tells a story.
Choose between Dometic White, Slate or Mist or any of the limited edition colors, Ocean, Olive or Mango. Every cool box comes with a pack of replaceable stickers to personalize your box. Each sticker is like a stamp in a passport, it's a memory and record of your authenticity as a lover of nature and being in the outdoors. Throw it in the back of the truck/car/4x4 and get out there.
“This cooler is unbelievably tough and wears every single scratch and piece of dirt with pride."
- David Herzig