Pelican Dayventure Backpack Cooler: Ultimate Resilience Meets Innovative Design

Versatile, Insulated, Durable, Portable, Adventure-ready

For those bold-hearted wanderers who take to the open road, or a secluded mountain path, seeking adventure, let me introduce you to an indispensable companion: the Pelican Dayventure Backpack Cooler. It's as ready to rough it as you are.

This stalwart pack is dressed in an 840D nylon outer shell – tough as an old boot and resilient enough to take the knocks and scrapes of outdoor living. Its double-coated TPU stands as a testament to durability. Puncture-resistant, it's virtually indomitable. An expedition with this bag is less a test of its endurance and more a testament to its hardiness.

At just 9.30 lbs (4.2 kg), it is a lightweight mule with a mighty heart. The design has been given thought to the bone-weary adventurer's comfort. With padded shoulder straps, carrying this pack feels less like a chore and more like a breeze. As I see it, the less you notice your gear, the more you can immerse in the experience.

One of the clever features is its compression-molded base. Like a stubborn old hound, this bag will stay put, refusing to roll over, irrespective of how uneven the ground beneath it might be. The structural integrity it adds isn't just a boon, but a necessity on trips where roughing it is part of the charm.

The bag's insulated inner walls, made from high-density closed cell foam, offer extreme insulation. In the bottom, you'll find a dedicated cooler compartment, capable of comfortably stowing a six-pack. The leak-resistant zipper, complete with a waterproof seal, ensures your beverages stay refreshingly cold, your ice unmelted, for the duration of your adventure.

But wait, there's more. Its spacious 19.40QT (18.36 liters) interior compartment allows for ample storage. A wide roll-top opening guarantees easy access, while an exterior pocket provides a separate, secure space for dry goods. It's not just a bag, but a well-organized storage unit.

Perhaps the unsung hero of this pack is its versatility. The top section, with its light insulation, can double as a secondary cooler or as dry storage, segregated from the rest of the bag's contents. It's like the Swiss army knife of backpack coolers – many uses, one compact form.

So, whether you're seeking solace in the solitude of a forest or the company of friends on a beach, the Pelican Dayventure Backpack Cooler is more than up to the task. It's a testament to thoughtful design and rugged durability, embodying the spirit of every intrepid adventurer it accompanies.


  1. Versatile: The backpack cooler features dual insulated storage compartments which can be used for both wet and dry goods. The top section can serve as an additional cooler or as separate dry storage.
  2. Robust and Durable: Made from 840D double-coated TPU and featuring a compression molded base, this backpack cooler is puncture-resistant and robust enough to stand up to outdoor use.
  3. Insulated: High-density closed cell foam insulation ensures your beverages stay cold for a long duration.
  4. Leak Resistant: It features a leak-resistant zipper with a waterproof seal, ensuring that the ice and contents stay where they belong.
  5. Portable: Despite its rugged build, it’s lightweight and has padded shoulder straps, making it comfortable and easy to carry around.
  6. Self-Standing: Its compression-molded base allows it to stand on its own, a handy feature in rough terrain.


  1. Price: With a range from $272.25 to $343.49, it's on the higher end of the price spectrum for cooler backpacks. This might not be a budget-friendly option for everyone.
  2. Limited Can Capacity: The cooler compartment can hold only 6 cans along with ice. If you’re planning a party or going for an extended trip, this might not suffice.
  3. Size: With dimensions of 12.10 x 7.10 x 21.70 inches (exterior) and 10.60 x 5.10 x 5.30 inches (interior), it might not fit larger items or be spacious enough for extended trips.
  4. Weight: Although the backpack is designed to be lightweight for its category, at 9.30 lbs (4.2 kg), it might still be considered heavy for long hikes or extended periods of carrying, especially when fully loaded.


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