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As the debate over the best Can-am Defender cooler rages on, we here at Everything Can-Am Offroad take an impartial approach. Be it a Yeti cooler, an RTIC cooler, or even just a cardboard box with an interior plastic liner, as long as a UTV cooler keeps thing’s cold, many riders couldn’t care less what name is plastered on the side. What is important, however, is the cooler’s functionality. Is the cooler properly insulated and how long can it keep things cold? Will the cooler fit properly in the bed, cargo rack, or floorboard of the Can-am Defender? Does it have built-in rings or slots on the top and sides to make it easily securable? These are all questions one must consider before pulling the trigger on a cooler for their Can-am Defender. Take the RTIC cooler for instance. With slits under the lid for straps, it is easy to tie-down. No matter how rough the terrain gets, you know your food and beverages won’t get thrown off onto the trail. Engel coolers have tie downs on them as well. They’re arguably equal to Yeti coolers in terms of quality, but you don’t have to pay sky-high prices to own one. Don’t get us wrong, though, we’re not knocking on Yeti coolers. We’re simply saying that when it comes to Can-am coolers, there’s more than one way to skin a cat.
The right UTV cooler for you will also depend on what you’re using it for. If you go on short day trips, you’re not going to need a monster, oversized, cooler that can keep it’s contents cold for weeks on end. And if all you’re packing is a six-pack, you may be better off with a specialized tubular cooler made specifically for canned beverages. If you need a cooler for long camping trips or hunting excursions, bigger is likely better. There are a lot of variables to consider when deciding on a UTV cooler. But one thing is for sure, no matter what you’re looking for in a Can-am Defender cooler, we’ve got just the right one for you!