Fun Gear: CoolerWebs

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posted on March 9, 2017
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Not every piece of gear that turns up here at NRA HQ is some big, grand venture. Some things are small—but no less useful. One such product we've seen lately: CoolerWebs. Here are four things you need to know.

1. They’re a nifty little addition to any cooler—among other things.
As simple as an accessory as the CoolerWeb is, it’s awfully handy. Whether you stick it insider your cooler, on the back of a turkey chair, or somewhere on your duck boat, it provides simple, reliable storage of any lightweight gear that you anticipate making regular use of. At its core, the CoolerWeb was designed to keep foodstuff cold, but dry, when you're afield with your cooler. But that's far from the only way to put a mesh pocket to good use.

2. It's simple.
Each CoolerWeb comes a series of adhesive velcro strips that can be attached to handy flat surface. The adhesive holds up, too, and is meant for long-term use. In the event that it ages and fails, no worries—they're simple enough to replace at nearly any convenience store.

3. They’ll fit in just about any medium-sized cooler.
All told, so long as your hard-sided cooler is wider than the CoolerWeb itself (that smallest of which measures 15-inches wide), it’ll have sufficient lid space. That said, the folks at CoolerWebs make it easy to match their product with the appropriate name-brand cooler. Sizes from companies like Igloo, YETI, Roadie, Coleman, Grizzly, Pelican and more are considered.

4. They're super-affordable.
The "Large" CoolerWeb ships with an MSRP of $24.99, while the "Medium" product lists at $19.99. Can't beat that.

For more information, go to TackleWebs.com.

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