The World's Most Portable High-Performance Cooler.
With heavy-duty inner and outer skin, seams rated to 65 pounds, and a padded, ventilated backpack strap system, this is absolutely the world's most portable high-capacity, high-performance cooler.
IceMule Pro - XX Large (40L) Dimensions & Capacity
- 23" tall, 14" wide, 11" deep (when closed)
- Capacity = 36 cans plus ice
There is no other cooler like an IceMule. We combined the portability of a backpack with the performance of a hard cooler, so you can take your cooler anywhere.
Every IceMule Pro comes equipped with a ventilated & padded backpack strap system, meaning the IceMule is easy to carry. And, with no zippers, the IceMule is easy to get in and out of.
Plus, our welded seams & PolarLayerTM insulation make the IceMule is completely waterproof and keeps contents ice cold for 24 hours+.
MuleSkinETTM & MuleSkinEVTM
MuleSkinETTM, our exceptionally sturdy exterior fabric and MuleSkinEVTM, our tough interior layer, combine to create a rugged shell that protects against the elements and allows for superior ice retention.
Insulating foam keeps contents cold for up to 24 hours. Plus - only the IceMule's IM AirValveTM lets you add air for extra insulation.
This unique feature allows air to be added to the insulation layer (enhancing insulation) and releases air so the cooler can roll up for travel & storage.
This is my second cooler from IceMule. I have also have the XL model. I use these bags every weekend on the water. Typically hike a few miles then swim or float down the river. Actually used it as a float one time when my tube ripped on a float trip. Floated a few miles holding onto it. Definitely recommend these for active people. Can also be used as a dry bag.
These bags are quite useful, and in most cases far more practical than a hard cooler. They are perfect for jumping on the bicycle for grocery store runs. I used one to tote some popsicles to an event and used dry ice. Not good! - the extreme cold, unless carefully packaged caused the vinyl liner to become brittle and crack. Subsequent ice melting now soaks into the insulation. Ice Mule promptly replaced the bag.