RovR Products RollR 80 Cooler

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Make soggy food, thawed beverages and clunky cooler transportation things of the past with the feature-packed RovR Products RollR 80 cooler. It keeps 80 qts. of food and drink cold for up to a week.

  • Features

    • Refrigerator-grade gasket with rotomolded and foam insulation provides up to 10 days of ice-retaining goodness
    • Interior compartments let you keep things organized—so the deli meats don't have to touch the cheeses—without cramping your style
    • Cooler also includes an internal dry storage and pop-up wagon bin for hauling other gear to the campsite without making a second trip
    • Aluminum pull-beside dual handle and puncture-resistant, all-terrain tires make it easy to roll the cooler over rough terrain
    • Fast-flow drain plug allows easy cleaning
    • Lock point helps keep things secure (locks not included)
    • Innovative design holds bottles of wine upright
    • Anchor points let you attach accessories such the Essentials Pack cup holders and prep board (not included)
    • Tow your RollR behind your bike using the BikR tow arm kit (not included)—simply pop off the accessory adapter plate on the cooler's side and replace it with the tow bracket
    • The Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee has certified the RollR 80 as a bear-resistant food container when used with 2 padlocks (not included), 1 on each of the front corners


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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use


    Cooler Type



    Gear Capacity (L)

    75.71 liters

    Gear Capacity (cu. in.)

    4,620 cubic inches


    LLDPE plastic/polyurethane foam


    27 x 24 x 24 inches


    64 lbs. 8 oz.

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