Keep it cool. When did bottles of water, a few snacks and sunscreen start costing $500?! Whether adventuring to theme parks, national parks or the park around the corner, save money by bringing family snacks and meals with you instead of buying expensive and unhealthy alternatives often found at your adventure destination. The Cool ‘N Cargo Stroller Cooler is perfect for bringing your food, drinks and other necessities with you. It’s a soft cooler bag specially designed to attach to your stroller and features a large, insulated compartment and convenient pockets for food, sippy cups, water bottles, pacifiers, toys, and more. The Stroller Cooler features 2 adjustable buckle straps and a center velcro strap that securely attach the cooler to a stroller basket or on the side of your stroller. The Stroller Cooler attaches low on your stroller, providing safe weight distribution to prevent tipping and has an adjustable, detachable shoulder carry strap. Adventure awaits…as soon as you can get everyone out the door (WINK).
Our Reusable Ice Packs are perfect for keeping your food and drinks cool in the Stroller Cooler’s large, insulated compartment! Don’t leave home without them!
Item No. 2900
Product Size: 13”W x 10”H x 3.5”D
Materials: Polyester Exterior, PEVA Interior Lining
Product Care: Interior lining pulls up for easy cleaning. Wipe clean with warm water and mild soap. Dry thoroughly.
Caution: To avoid stroller tipping, do not overload the Stroller Cooler. Never leave child unattended in stroller. Adult use only.
J.L. Childress travel bags are universal and designed to fit as many car seats and strollers as possible. We have compact bags specific for gate checking, as well as durable, padded bags for checking your gear as luggage.
When taking your family around the block or around the world, J.L. Childress provides helpful tips and tricks, as well as products, to make your adventures as easy and memorable as possible.
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