Surfcraft Brewing 17L - Retro Cooler

Surfcraft Brewing

Surfcraft Brewing 17L - Retro Cooler

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Description

Inspired by the pioneers and made for the current, born from a golden era of surfing that sets us apart. SurfCraft is a premium brand to inspire style for all. The 17L SurfCraft Retro Cooler is the coolest esky down the beach. Grab the crew, your board, cooler & head down the beach & get some waves. 

Key Features

  • Sturdy iron sheet metal construction
  • Fully insulated inside
  • Built-in bottle opener
  • Easy carry for outdoor use
  • Scratch resistant
  • Dimensions: 29.5 x 23.5 x 43cm
  • Weight: 3.8kg

More from Surfcraft Brewing

SurfCraft Brewing’s inspiration comes from these legends who founded the Australian surfing industry in the 1950’s, known as The Brookvale Six. Barry Bennett, Gordon Woods, Bill Wallace, Scott Dillon, Greg McDonagh, and Denny Keogh. The Brookvale Six started making boards, first with balsa from the forests of Ecuador and then with foam, supplying the whole of Australia their boards and turned Brookvale into Surf City.

DESCRIPTION

Inspired by the pioneers and made for the current, born from a golden era of surfing that sets us apart. SurfCraft is a premium brand to inspire style for all. The 17L SurfCraft Retro Cooler is the coolest esky down the beach. Grab the crew, your board, cooler & head down the beach & get some waves. 

Key Features

  • Sturdy iron sheet metal construction
  • Fully insulated inside
  • Built-in bottle opener
  • Easy carry for outdoor use
  • Scratch resistant
  • Dimensions: 29.5 x 23.5 x 43cm
  • Weight: 3.8kg

More from Surfcraft Brewing

SurfCraft Brewing’s inspiration comes from these legends who founded the Australian surfing industry in the 1950’s, known as The Brookvale Six. Barry Bennett, Gordon Woods, Bill Wallace, Scott Dillon, Greg McDonagh, and Denny Keogh. The Brookvale Six started making boards, first with balsa from the forests of Ecuador and then with foam, supplying the whole of Australia their boards and turned Brookvale into Surf City.

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