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Polar Bear Coolers Launches Extreme Chill Line


CUMMING, GA – Polar Bear Coolers, makers of high quality performance, soft coolers for over 10 years, announces the all-new Polar Bear EC (Extreme Chill) line. 

The patent-pending, closed-cell foam design allows the Polar Bear EC to keep things colder longer than ever before. It also offers a dynamic new structure and feel, making it totally waterproof inside and out.

The Polar Bear EC is the most well-insulated, soft cooler ever made. It features a 1.5-inch closed-cell foam base enclosed in a heavy nylon bottom saddle that is surrounded by a 1-inch thick closed-cell foam body with complete coverage top to bottom. This makes Polar Bear EC the only “zip down the middle” cooler with this level of insulation and coverage. Its unique fold-down design combines a large mouth design for easy access and maximum storage capacity with the ability to buckle down and tighten up for maximum space to maintain chill retention. 

Polar Bear EC Coolers house the strongest and most durable TPU liner material conceivable. The Tuff Skin Dura Temp™ liner is eco-friendly and FDA approved for consumer safe, perishable storage and consumption. The heavy-duty welded, leak-proof/sweat-proof liner is puncture resistant, flexible when frozen and crack resistant to -77 degrees Fahrenheit. The liner easily pulls inside out for easy cleaning.

Other features include a heavy-duty weatherized, rubber coated, splash-guard zipper, two aluminum side release buckles that double as bottle openers, eight stainless steel tie downs and four carabineer bow tie daisy chains making it easy to attach to anything that moves.

The Polar Bear Cooler is tough, rugged, durable and dependable. The EC line is available in a variety of sizes and colors, including Mossy Oak® camo, to suit a wide range of demands. Prices range from $90 - $180 depending on size and style. To find the cooler that meets your needs, visit

Polar Bear Coolers produces officially licensed products of Haas Outdoors Inc.

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