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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-11-2017, 01:05 AM
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I could see buying one if I lived away from civilization for brief periods of time. (Hunting trip etc...). But the cheap bass-turd side of me will use my Walmart cooler until it breaks. Then I will either duct tape it or buy a new Walmart special. But, to each his/her own and if one of my buddies buys one, I would be happy to allow my beverage to hitch a ride in it.


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if I was going to be away from a store for ..what...days...weeks ?..then yeah, I could see paying that kinda cash for a cooler ?, but..seeing how I don't go that many miles from a place to buy ice ?..nope..not gonna happen !..lmfao , I can put two or three bags of ice in my coleman, and it will stay nice an cold for 3 or 4 days before I need to replace the ice. then a short trip to the store, few bucks for more ice, i'm good to go again..lol.
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I remember when yeti first came out, their main selling point was that they were tough. Now it's all about being cool and having s yeti, terrible trend. The Ozark trail coolers have whooped yeti and other brands in competitions, and the ozark trail one has cup holders and a bottle opener and a fish measuring scale, you can tell they really put a lot of thought into them. I'll have to post a picture of my cooler when I get to the shop lol


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I haven't shopped for a cooler in about five years maybe more. When I was yeti was top at least in Canada anyway and I can attest to them being tough. Never heard of Ozark though. Great something else to go look at.


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I only have one of these fancy coolers cause it was a graduation present lol, wouldn't spend my own money on one lmao. I like it though


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I remember when yeti first came out, their main selling point was that they were tough. Now it's all about being cool and having s yeti, terrible trend. The Ozark trail coolers have whooped yeti and other brands in competitions, and the ozark trail one has cup holders and a bottle opener and a fish measuring scale, you can tell they really put a lot of thought into them. I'll have to post a picture of my cooler when I get to the shop lol


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my coleman has two cup holders in the lid, and a fish scale on the lid, I forget what I paid for it ?, but it wasn't much.

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