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Haimont water resistant paddle board cooler can be used to carry your cold beverages on a hot day to maintain their temperature as long as possible, while it can also keep your hot chocolate warm when paddle boarding on a chilly morning, equipped with a bungee system with clips underneath to be perfectly attached to the board's D-Rings, the SUP deck bag features a waterproof design and large enough to fit the essentials, perfect to take a few of your favorite beverages or food with you on your next SUP adventure.
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This cooler is lightweight and nice and flat so it doesn’t get in the way! It has a surprising amount of storage and can fit up to 12 cans plus has multiple pockets for first aid or snacks! It attaches easily to the board with clips!
Hooked this really spacious bag on my inflatable paddleboard.Very spacious and sturdy well made and the hooks on the bottom can be adjusted to any sized board.Neat product fit all my drinks and ice and snacks will i went out on the lake.
These are really nice paddle board cooler bag, just the one that I'm actually looking for. It has stretchable garters underneath with clip hooks on all 4 corners that you can use to clip on the paddle board. It has an external mesh zippered pocket for easy access to items you want to bring. Then the main compartment is lined like a cooler. The main compartment's thickness is around 4" with zippers designed to repel water from coming inside. This cooler bag is very well made and I'm real happy I got this for our paddle board.
This cooler bag kept content cool for a few hours when I added a couple pounds of ice. Nothing better than having something cold to drink while out and about paddleboarding. But you can use double-insulated bottles for that purpose too with better efficiency. With that said, I left a sandwich on one trip with an empty bag. I kept it in the upper lid's mesh portion and it came away dry. Good. But the bottom of the bag itself was wet. I am not certain if it was caused by condensation or if water actually entered. If the latter, keep that in mind -- this bag is water resistant, but not waterproof. If the iSUP flipped, the bag is NOT tight enough to keep any liquid from entering. So, keep your valuables in a waterproof bag.
I took up SUPing this year and had wanted to put a cooler in the designated spot at the back of the board, though I also thought it would look silly to put a big, plastic cooler on my board when all I was doing is paddling around a 2.5-mile lake loop. This subtle, low-profile cooler seemed like a good option to carry some drinks and snacks for that purpose.Taking the cooler out of the bag, my first impression of it was how solidly built it was. Though it's flexible, it still holds its shape pretty well. Webbing handles on each short end are convenient for holding it and could be useful for attaching it to something where the plastic hooks wouldn't work as well. With as durable as it feels, if it had a shoulder strap you could easily mistake it for a small laptop case.I requested this cooler because I wanted to use the marked cooler area on my SUP with two D rings. From the pictures, I thought the attachment hooks were sewn in to the corners, which would make it best suited for the elastic cord in front (where I keep my sandals and small dry bag) rather than the spot in back. However, I discovered that the hooks are actually moveable along a black reflective paracord. That's a big plus for me, because they can be used to attach at any point along the bottom of the cooler, whether that's four corners on the elastic cord part at the front of my board or the two rings in the back.When I received the cooler we had just started into a very long period of rain every day, and I wasn't motivated to get out on the water, so I took pictures of the cooler on the board in front and back positions and then tested the insulation in my home.As seen in the pictures, the cooler definitely looks small on a standard board. (This is a Body Glove Performer 11.) That said, it's stealthy and seems appropriately sized for a short and casual lake outing. Connecting to the D rings at the back of the board worked well; I felt it was out of the way, yet also accessible by kneeling and reaching back. In the front of the board, I connected it to the front half of the bungee section. It would be okay there, but I like to put my sandals there and the cooler would be in the way. (I wouldn't want to put the sandals on top of the cooler, since it would get dirty quickly, though putting a small dry bag in the top mesh section would be convenient for holding car keys.)To test the insulation, I put eight cans in the cooler with a small ice pack in between, put in a temperature probe, and zipper it shut to the wire. The drinks were straight out of a mini fridge set to the coldest setting and the ice pack was from a manual chest freezer that keeps things really cold. As seen in the first picture, the temperature started out at 35.6F. I left the cooler on top of an appliance in a room that is a steady 67F. That temperature would be considered cold by many but it would be a pretty warm day (perfect to be on the water) where I live. Note that the one thing I couldn't test was the heat from the sun on the black bag, but again, extended rain and cloudy skies prevented a timely field test. After sitting in these conditions for 2 hours, the inside temperature had increased to 41.2F. That is a temperature increase of 2.8F per hour with a starting temperature difference of around 52 degrees. That's good enough for my needs. In warm sunlight, if it were double that (going from the mid-30s to mid-40s in an hour or two), I'd still be happy with it. My experience is that you need real ice and a solidly built cooler if you want the ice to last, so a small cooler with thin insulation just isn't going to compare.EDIT: I decided to leave the cooler in place. When I checked the temperature 14 hours later, it was up to 55.6F. That's a 20 degree change in 14 hours. For a foam-based cooler, I'm impressed!I had thought about testing out the waterproofness of the cooler, but then I decided against it. This is a cooler meant to be used on a board that floats inches above the surface of the water and that could be splashed from one's paddle or from waves. The covering on the zipper should be enough to keep splashed water from filling the cooler. Other than my wallet, phone, and car key, I assume everything I have with me will get wet, which isn't a big deal. For the important items, I put them in a dry bag.Another review mentioned that the zipper failed and was stuck shut on the first use. I didn't have any issues other than a tiny bit of it catching on the two corners on the solid side, which is to be expected. I moved all of the zippers back and forth several times and didn't notice any areas where it caught or didn't sound right.