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New Soft-Sided Coolers from Mammoth: Highlander, Pathfinder, Voyager, Trooper

Mammoth's soon-to-be-released coolers – the Highlander, Pathfinder, Voyager, and Trooper – are lightweight, durable, and highly portable

Mammoth, a top manufacturer of quality coolers, drinkware and accessories, showcased four new soft coolers at this year’s ICAST show in Orlando. The coolers include the 30-quart Highlander with a flip lid, 30-quart Pathfinder with a zip top, 20-quart Voyager tote bag, and 30-quart Trooper backpack.

Mammoth's new soft coolers are bound to be a hit with fisherman looking for something durable but not too heavy to keep their food and drinks in. Thanks to TPU-coated nylon on the inside and out, the coolers are puncture and tear resistant, yet lightweight for easy carry. Thick, closed cell foam insulation keeps contents inside the coolers cold, even on the hottest summer days. Simply load up one of these high-performance coolers to have icy-cold refreshments readily available whenever and wherever you need them.

Available this fall, here is Mammoth’s new soft-cooler lineup:

Mammoth Voyager – Easy-to-Carry Tote Cooler

Portable and small enough for daily use, the 20-quart Mammoth Voyager is an insulated tote cooler bag.

  • 20-quart capacity
  • Holds 18 cans with ice
  • Water-resistant zipper
  • Anti-microbial liner resists mold and mildew
  • 18" long
  • Model #s MV20 and MV20ST

Mammoth Highlander – Flip Lid Cooler

Mammoth Coolers Highlander
Mammoth gave ICAST attendees a sneak peek of their upcoming cooler releases. The new Voyager, Highlander (pictured), Pathfinder, and Trooper soft-sided coolers will be available mid-September 2019. (Jeff Phillips photo)

The 30-quart Mammoth Highlander features a flip lid and waterproof, EVA-molded base. EVA (Ethylene-vinyl acetate) is a material known for being tough, light and flexible.

  • 30-quart capacity
  • Holds up to 24 cans with ice
  • Waterproof zipper is leak proof and air tight
  • EVA-molded, waterproof bottom
  • Anti-microbial liner resists mold and mildew
  • 18" long x 10" wide x 12" deep
  • Colors: White/Gray (Model # MH30W), Sportsman Tan (Model # MH30ST), Mossy Oak Elements Bluefin (Model # MH30-MO-EBF)
  • MSRP: $239.99-$259.99

Mammoth Pathfinder – Zip Top Cooler

Mammoth Coolers Pathfinder
Mammoth Pathfinder Zip Top Coolers on the ICAST 2019 show floor. (Jeff Phillips photo)

The 30-quart Mammoth Pathfinder is an oval-shaped cooler with a waterproof zipper opening that runs along the top. Like the Highlander, the Pathfinder also has a waterproof, EVA-molded base.

  • 30-quart capacity
  • Holds up to 24 cans with ice
  • Waterproof zipper is leak proof and air tight
  • EVA-molded bottom (waterproof base)
  • Anti-microbial liner resists mold and mildew
  • 17 ¾" long x 10" wide x 12 ½" deep
  • Colors: White/Gray (Model # MP30W), Sportsman Tan (Model # MP30ST), Mossy Oak Bottomland (Model # MP30-MO-BL), Mossy Oak Elements Bluefin (Model # MP30-MO-EBF)
  • MSRP: $199.99-$224.99

Mammoth Trooper – 100% Leakproof Backpack Cooler

Mammoth Coolers Trooper
The 30-quart Trooper backpack cooler from Mammoth on the ICAST 2019 show floor. (Game & Fish online photo)

Backpack straps on the Mammoth Trooper allow you to easily and comfortably carry the cooler, fully loaded, to and from the boat, hands free.

  • 30-quart capacity
  • Holds up to 24 cans with ice
  • Backpack straps for comfortable carry
  • Roll-top closure is leakproof and air tight
  • Air valve technology so you can add/remove air to maximize performance
  • Anti-microbial liner resists mold and mildew
  • 26" long x 15 ¼" wide x 26" deep (opened); 22” deep (rolled)
  • Colors: White/Gray (Model # MTRO30W), Sportsman Tan (Model # MTROST)
  • MSRP: $149.99

Mammoth’s new coolers come with a 5-year warranty and will be available for purchase mid-September 2019. For more info, visit Mammoth’s website.

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