White foam coolers are ubiquitous at parks and beaches everywhere. They’re lightweight, cheap, and are effective at keeping your food and drinks cool for short jaunts, but sadly these cheap coolers are terrible for the environment and have been littering landfills for years. Igloo, one of the pioneers in coolers and ice chests, has just introduced the RECOOL, the world’s first eco-sensitive cooler, made from 100% biodegradable materials.
RECOOL is made in the USA of molded pulp which is a 100% biodegradable material. Sized at 24 quarts, it’s large enough to fit food and drink for up to four people and Igloo claims it can retain ice for up to 12 hours and hold water without leaking for up to 5 days.
Thes RECOOL is also more durable than your typical foam cooler and will resist chipping cracking like a foam cooler and can hold up to 75 pounds.
Many communities have started banning the sale of foam coolers, but the RECOOL is legal everywhere. Available on May 1, 2019 for $9.99, the RECOOL is ready to provide the most bang for your buck on your next summer adventure.
And if Rob Machado approves it, then we are totally on board too.