Wheeled Pelican ProGear™ 45QW Elite Wheeled Cooler

Cooler 45QW


Designed to traverse tough terrain with ease, the Pelican ProGear™ 45QW Elite Cooler has 8” (20 cm) heavy-duty wheels with an extended pull handle. 

Additional adventure-friendly features include a built-in bottle opener, lid-integrated fish scale and raised anti-skid feet. The Pelican ProGear™ 45QW Elite Wheeled Cooler is also certified bear-resistant by the Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee.

The Pelican ProGear™ Elite Cooler holds up to 45 U.S. liquid quarts (42.5 Litres). All Pelican ProGear™ Elite Coolers are built tough to exacting military standards and are engineered with rugged polymer exterior walls that feature an industry-leading 2” (5 cm) polyurethane foam core, which ensures extreme ice retention. Additional advanced features include secure Press and Pull latches, a freezer-grade o-ring seal and dual molded-in handles for easy transport and tie-off.

45QW Open

Manufactured in the company’s South Deerfield, Massachusetts facility, the Pelican ProGear™ 45QW Elite Wheeled Cooler is the 9th addition to the product line. It can be purchased on PelicanProGear.ca or through the authorized Pelican Dealer network. All Pelican ProGear™ Elite Coolers are backed by an industry leading lifetime guarantee of excellence.



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