The Big Bobber Floating Cooler isn't your typical cooler.
Keep your beers ice-cold this summer with The Big Bobber Floating Cooler. Your fishing buddies are going to love this wacky cooler that looks exactly like a bobber. You'll definitely catch some eyes when anglers and boaters see you pulling a beer out of this cooler.
The Bobber Cooler can hold up to 12 cans with ice. You can find the Byers cooler at Walmart and Bass Pro Shops. It's a great gift for the outdoorsman that doesn't need another fishing shirt, kayak, bandana, or knife. Pair it with a YETI tumbler to give an all-around perfect gift for anyone who loves spending time on the water, whether they're into kayaking, using it with pool floats, or taking it boating.
Take the unique ice chest out to the lake, whether you're fishing or boating. It'll be a conversation starter. Bass Pro Shops customer reviews are fantastic. A customer left a five-star rating and said that the cooler did draw a lot of attention. I bet!
The made in the USA cooler design is just too perfect. The bright red and white colors will make you do a double-take next time you're at the lake.
It's a fun collectible for water sports lovers. They'll want to take the Bobber Cooler to the lake, swimming pool, and more. Set it in the water and watch this fun cooler float. Inflatable coolers can be a little flimsy sometimes, but this fishing bobber ice chest is the perfect drink holder for tons of occasions.
Take it to a pool party, tie it behind your kayak, or use it to keep drinks handy as you float tubes down a river. With built-in handles, you'll be able to carry the cooler around easily.
Use it for Cokes, water bottles, beer, or even seltzer. The Big Bobber Cooler will be one of the funniest and useful gifts you can give to someone who loves being out on the water all day. It'll last for years; the cooler is made with UV stabilizers to prevent sun damage and fading.
Add this to your wishlist today!
Be sure to visit Bass Pro Shops for all of your sports & outdoor needs.
This article was originally published on June 26, 2020.
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