4 New EGO Fishing Coolers in Kryptek Camo

4 New EGO Fishing Coolers in Kryptek Camo

New EGO Fishing Coolers on the ICAST 2019 show floor: 6-liter lunch box cooler, 18-liter cooler with contoured shoulder strap, 30-liter roller cooler, and large 40-liter roller cooler. (Jeff Phillips photo)

Featuring a black-gray-red color scheme and Kryptek camouflage pattern, the new high-performance EGO Fishing coolers are ultra portable and provide up to 72 hours of ice retention

Style meets function in EGO Fishing’s new line of coolers. Available in four sizes (6-liter, 18-liter, 30-liter and 40-liter), the new black, gray and red coolers feature Kryptek Camo Technology, an effective camouflage pattern used by the U.S. Department of Defense.

ECO Fishing is all about the “savvy angler” and attention to detail, so it’s no surprise their new coolers are as high-performing and innovative as their award-winning EGO 2 Slider landing net system and other fishing products.

All the EGO Fishing Coolers in Kryptek Camo have 2-inch-thick insulated walls, a hard ABS plastic top and bottom, zippered closures, and a soft-sided waterproof TPU fabric body. They will keep ice for up to 72 hours, plus, they’re lightweight and easy to transport, no matter which size you choose. Even when fully loaded, the two larger-sized coolers (30 and 40 liters) are travel-ready, having wheels. Simply grab the handle on the cooler and pull it the same way you do wheeled carry-on luggage at the airport.

Scroll down to see specifics on each of the four new EGO Fishing Coolers in Kryptek Camo.


EGO 6-Liter Cooler – Lunch Box Size

EGO Fishing Coolers in Kryptek Camo
Small and durable, the EGO 6-Liter Cooler is just the right size for an angler’s lunch. (Photo courtesy of EGO Fishing)
  • 6-liter capacity
  • Holds up to 12 (12-ounce) cans
  • Contoured shoulder strap
  • Lightweight for easy portability
  • 13.5” L x 8.5” W x 11” H
  • Weighs 2.65 pounds when empty
  • MSRP: $149.99

EGO 18-Liter Cooler – Medium Size

EGO Fishing Coolers in Kryptek Camo
The EGO 18-Liter cooler is large enough to hold up to 24 cans and can be easily carried over the shoulder using the strap. (Photo courtesy of EGO Fishing)
  • 18-liter capacity
  • Holds up to 24 (12-ounce) cans
  • Contoured shoulder strap
  • 17” L x 10.5” W x 15” H
  • Weighs 4.1 pounds when empty
  • MSRP: $179.99

EGO 30-Liter Roller Cooler – Large Size

EGO Fishing Coolers in Kryptek Camo
Use the EGO 30-Liter Roller Cooler to effortlessly haul cold food and beverages. (Photo courtesy of EGO Fishing)
  • 30-liter capacity
  • Holds up to 36 (12-ounce) cans
  • Built-in 4 stage handle system with wheels
  • 16” L x 12.5” W x 21” H
  • Weighs 8.65 pounds when empty
  • MSRP: $229.99

EGO 40-Liter Roller Cooler – Even Larger Size

EGO Fishing Coolers in Kryptek Camo
For all-day fishing trips with your buddies, pack the EGO 40-Liter Roller Cooler – it can hold up to 72 (12-ounce) cans! (Photo courtesy of EGO Fishing)
  • 40-liter capacity
  • Holds up to 72 (12-ounce) cans
  • Built-in 4 stage handle system with wheels
  • 19.5" L x 16” W x 23” H
  • Weighs 12.41 pounds when empty
  • MSRP: $299.99

Visit the EGO Fishing website for more information on these innovative new coolers.


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EGO Fishing Coolers in Kryptek Camo
Need to set your drink down while reeling in the big one? The EGO 30- and 40-liter roller coolers have convenient cup holders on the lid. (Photo courtesy of EGO Fishing)

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