Arctic Zone Titan Deep Freeze Zipperless Hardbody Cooler

Last updated date: September 29, 2020

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Arctic Zone Titan Deep Freeze Zipperless Hardbody Cooler

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Overall Take

This cooler is unique in that it reflects heat rather than absorb it. That means your drinks stay nice and cold, even on a hot summer day. The cooler itself is made from a durable canvas material and is able to hold as many as 30 soda cans at once. In our analysis of 83 expert reviews, the Arctic Zone Arctic Zone Titan Deep Freeze Zipperless Cooler placed 1st when we looked at the top 15 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

Editor's Note September 29, 2020:
Checkout The Best Cooler for a detailed review of all the top coolers.

Expert Summarized Score
5 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
11,706 user reviews
Our Favorite Video Reviews
What experts liked
Lightweight, lots of features, inexpensive
- Outdoor Gear Lab
Very convenient lid, Smartshelf technology is a nice touch, looks awesome
- The Cooler Zone
the cooler is strikingly boxy, which will protect your drinks / snacks on your daily commutes, job sites or long road trips.
- Coolers World
It actually creates a better seal than a zipper does, because the molded, recessed lid design press-fits down into the cooler body.
- Best Cooler
With this cooler, you won’t need to fiddle about with a zip thanks to its flip-open lid design. This means it’s quick and easy to close up after packing, as well as making it simple to access on the go.
- Smoked BBQ Source
What experts didn't like
Not rugged, not spillproof, noticeably inexpensive
- Outdoor Gear Lab
Struggles with cooling life
- The Cooler Zone
While we love this cooler, it’s less convenient for packing drinks that aren’t in standard-sized cans. For example, if you pack tall water bottles vertically, you risk lifting the zipperless lid and reducing the cooler’s efficacy.
- Smoked BBQ Source

From The Manufacturer

Deep Freeze high performance insulation with radiant heat barrier reflects heat rather than absorbing it

Overall Product Rankings

YETI Tundra 45 Cooler
2. YETI Tundra 45 Cooler
Overall Score: 9.2
Expert Reviews: 4
Lifewit Insulated & Leakproof Collapsible Cooler Bag
3. Lifewit Insulated & Leakproof Collapsible Cooler Bag
Overall Score: 9.1
Expert Reviews: 5
CleverMade Soft Sided Collapsible Cooler Bag
4. CleverMade Soft Sided Collapsible Cooler Bag
Overall Score: 9.0
Expert Reviews: 4
Coleman Performance Cooler, 48-Quart
5. Coleman Performance Cooler, 48-Quart
Overall Score: 8.9
Expert Reviews: 5
AO Coolers Canvas Soft Cooler
6. AO Coolers Canvas Soft Cooler
Overall Score: 8.8
Expert Reviews: 6
Igloo MaxCold 70 Quart Cooler
7. Igloo MaxCold 70 Quart Cooler
Overall Score: 8.7
Expert Reviews: 2
AO Coolers Soft Canvas High-Density Insulation
8. AO Coolers Soft Canvas High-Density Insulation
Overall Score: 8.7
Expert Reviews: 4
YETI Tundra 65 Cooler
9. YETI Tundra 65 Cooler
Overall Score: 8.7
Expert Reviews: 6
Polar Bear Coolers
10. Polar Bear Coolers
Overall Score: 8.6
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AO Coolers Water-Resistant Vinyl Soft Cooler
11. AO Coolers Water-Resistant Vinyl Soft Cooler
Overall Score: 8.6
Expert Reviews: 5
Coleman Xtreme Marine Cooler
12. Coleman Xtreme Marine Cooler
Overall Score: 8.5
Expert Reviews: 4
Coleman Steel-Belted Portable Cooler
13. Coleman Steel-Belted Portable Cooler
Overall Score: 8.5
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Outdoor Recreational Company of America Cooler
14. Outdoor Recreational Company of America Cooler
Overall Score: 8.1
Expert Reviews: 4
Igloo 3-Piece Camping Combo
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Expert Reviews: 4

An Overview On Coolers

Yeti has revolutionized the way consumers keep beverages cool, with a line of insulated tumblers that seem to be in every home. But Yeti isn’t the only company building insulated products. In fact, almost every tumbler manufacturer out there has created a competing product at this point.

Now, that technology has moved to coolers. Using insulation within their walls, many of today’s coolers can keep ice, drinks and food cool even when you’re outdoors in 100-degree-plus heat. Although you’ll pay more than you would for a traditional type of cooler, you’ll get the convenience that comes with tossing drinks, food and ice into your cooler in the morning and having those items remain cool late that afternoon. In fact, some coolers can even chill items for several days.

One thing you’ll have to know before you choose a cooler is just how much capacity you’ll need. Do you plan to pack up covered dishes for family picnics, or will you simply use it to cart around beverages and maybe some sandwiches when you head to the beach? If you invest in a much larger cooler than you need, you may find it is more difficult to carry than if you’d chosen something smaller.

If you’ve ever tried to empty a larger cooler at the end of the day, you know how tough it can be. For that reason, many newer coolers come with bilge drains, allowing you to release the water from the bottom of the cooler. You may have to tip the cooler a little to get the last of the water out, but you won’t have the extreme tilt that you have with a cooler that doesn’t have a drain.

One bonus you may not think about initially is the fact that some newer coolers allow you to use them as a seat. This can come in handy whether you’re on a boat or enjoying a day at the park. If you plan to use that feature, look for a cooler sturdy enough to handle it.

DWYM Fun Fact

The technology behind how Yeti coolers are made explains their impressive insulation. It starts with the way the liquid polymer is built into the walls, which provides a thick, durable build. Inside the walls is two inches of insulation, with up to three additional inches of insulation in the lid.

Yeti coolers also eliminate seams, as well as attaching the lid directly to the body, thereby providing as strong a seal as possible to keep outside air from seeping in. The result is a level of cooling that holds up, no matter how hot it is outside. Other brands now have their own methods of combining insulation and seam reduction for improved effectiveness.

The Cooler Buying Guide

  • Coolers come in varying sizes, even among specific brands and models. Determine up front what you’re likely to carry in your cooler and how much room that will take. Some coolers offers 54 quarts of usable space inside, which totals more than 85 cans if you’re only using it to keep drinks cold. You’ll get between 65 and 70 quarts of space with some other models.
  • One thing to decide when you’re going for a larger-capacity cooler, though, is portability. As convenient as the space is, coolers will get much heavier when they’re loaded down. If you want a cooler that’s easier to carry around, consider one like the Arctic Zone Titan Deep Freeze Zipperless Cooler. It still provides space for up to 30 cans but keeps things lightweight with a canvas design.
  • When it comes down to it, though, you’re looking for a cooler that can keep everything you put in it chilly, even on the hottest days. For that, it’s hard to beat the YETI Tundra 65 Cooler, which was proven to keep food at a safe temperature for five days.
  • One bonus you may not think about is whether you can sit on your cooler or not.  The YETI Tundra 45 Cooler, for instance, is built to withstand the weight of someone seated on it.
  • Once you’re finished using it, your cooler will need to be emptied and cleaned. Some coolers make that easier by including a bilge drain toward the bottom, similar to the drain found in the bottom of some boats. Some coolers have a channeled drain, which directs the water in the right direction, reducing the need to tilt. You’ll also get a drain with the YETI Tundra 45 Cooler. Others have a channeled bilge type, so you’ll need to tilt the cooler more for those final drops.