Chill Systems The Chiller’s Pack Drink-Cooling Backpack

Chill Systems The Chiller’s Pack Drink-Cooling Backpack

The Chill Systems – The Chiller’s Pack is a very compact backpack that is able to hold up to 3 bottles of wine or 6 cans of beer and keep them cold for an impressive 24 hours.

Whether you’re at a festival, on an adventure or even at the beach, this is a great backpack because even when you’re out and about in the heat all day, your drinks will stay chilled. And thanks to its design it won’t make you look or feel like you’re wearing a cooler.

It also has a water bladder and attached straw, so you will definitely stay hydrated with cold beverage throughout the day.

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