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Large Insulated Cooler Bag, Well-Noted Blue

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Large Insulated Cooler Bag - Well-Noted Blue

Handy as a shopping bag, tote or carry all.

Lined interior through out for easy storage of hot or cold food items. Tough double carry handle for easy transport. Excellent all season gift item that the recipient can use over and over. Hot and cold bags are one of the most popular items we carry. Keep visiting our site for changing designs and patterns. Don't wait too long because once a pattern runs out, it is gone forever. We ship anywhere in the USA right to your doorstep.

Measures approximately 13.75" H x 11.75" W x 10.5" D

  • Insulation for hot and cold
  • Lightweight and easy to clean - wipe down/hand wash with warm water and mild detergent, hang dry
  • Made from durable 100% polypropylene, lined with aluminum and fused cotton insulation, handle and zipper closure
  • Two-sided 

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