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Go back in time with cold food and drinks today when you take a Coleman 54 Quart Steel Belted Cooler along with you. It looks just like the one you remember. The painted steel cooler is large enough to hold 85 cans, and the stainless steel handles with rubber grips make it simple to carry. The cooler is also durable. A solid steel latch is designed to seal securely. Rust-resistant hinges and screws protect against breaking, and a rustproof, leak-resistant channel drains without having to tilt the cooler. The base, lid and liner are also easy to clean.
W.C. Coleman was a young salesman taking a stroll after a hard day’s work selling typewriters when he spotted a new type of lamplight in a drugstore window in Brockton, Alabama. This new light burned with a strong, steady white flame and was fueled by gasoline. The standard lamp of the era burned kerosene and produced a smoky, flickering, yellowish light. W.C. was stricken with very poor eyesight, and was very interested in this new, steady white light that enabled him to read even the smallest print in books and on medicine bottles. Coleman saw potential in the new light, and through his vision a new company was born that would put America’s farms and ranches in a new light, and would eventually make his name synonymous with outdoor fun.
Regardless of what you've read or what anyone tells you, this is not a five day cooler.
It was a beast, indestructible, load it with ice and it would keep your food and beverages cold for an entire weekend.
If you really need a metal cooler buy an old coleman on ebay, they blow this junk out of the water.
Love this beast. Reminds me of the cooler that my grandma used on my childhood camping trips. The locking mechanism is perfect if you accidentally leave it outside on a camping... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Proximus
Only used it two times, and can already see the problems.
Old school Coleman cooler look
The lock breaks if you... Read more
Let me start this off by saying this is a very handsome (Can you use that word to describe a cooler?) cooler. You will certainly get comments on this thing, and how good it looks. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Brian P. Stokes
One fill up of ice and groceries two days in and the latch won't seat, extremely disappointed ! My inexpensive igloo marine coolers are better built .Published 16 months ago by paul s murray
I recently purchased the Green steel belted cooler, after wanting one for at least five years. Reading the reviews on here, I almost decided against the purchase and I'm glad that... Read morePublished on September 5, 2012 by Wes "Sunny Florida" D
I bought this cooler in the classic red color. The classic stylings of this cooler are great. On a recent camping trip, it did a good job of keeping beer and food cool for 2 days... Read morePublished on July 9, 2012 by Dr. Dapertutto
I bought one of these coolers to go to 3 days of Races at Ky Speedway (June 28th thru June 30th) The weather was very hot with tempertures in the low 100's every day and I had to... Read morePublished on July 3, 2012 by InspectorTom
I own a cheaper brother of this steel-belted cooler and it served me well for years. The Coleman outlet store in my neighborhood had a big sale of this high-end cooler, so I... Read morePublished on June 29, 2012 by Francois
Just like the one I grew up with, only the latch is terrible. It does keep food cold so long as you can keep the lid closed. Read morePublished on June 20, 2011 by Eric T. Soderstrom