Our Icey-Tek 25 Quart Rotomold Cooler is a rugged, rotomolded, portable cooler perfect for everyday carry to work, a day of fishing, a day of hunting, or a BYOB party invite.
With its marine-grade neoprene lid gasket and time-tested Dual-Skin Temperature Retention TEKnology, this ice chest will keep your contents cold for days.
Our Icey-Tek Coolers simply deliver the most value, dollar for dollar, of any comparable ice chest cooler on the market.
Great for Boating, Fishing, Hunting, Camping, Tailgating, Catering, Perishable Goods Transport, Backyard Barbecues, and Beach Parties.
Icey-Tek USA is a veteran-owen and operated business.The Icey-Tek cooler brand was originally conceived in Australia in the late 1980s by three avid outdoorsmen who saw there was a market for a rugged roto-molded polyethylene icebox that had the same ice retention capabilities as a fiberglass icebox. They worked with a Thai rotomold company to design the first prototype coolers.
The first models were pretty basic with butt hinges, a locking device and lid lifting handle on the icebox. Over the next couple of years, they made improvements which included silicone rubber latches, heavy-duty self-locking hinges and a waterproof neoprene seal around the lid which made the Icey-Tek brand the preferred icebox among the other brands on the market.
It wasn't long before Icey-Tek developed a line of long iceboxes that nobody else were doing at the time. These long iceboxes were designed for fishermen who could finally put their catch into an icebox without having to curl the tail or head up the side of the cooler. Campers and outfitters grew to love this style of ice chest as well and to this, day long box coolers remain top sellers.
Once the Icey-Tek brand started to cover Australia the owners received inquiries from several outdoorsmen from overseas countries that had seen the Icey-Tek iceboxes in Australia and were wanting to become distributors in their own countries. Quickly, Icey-Tek distributorships were established in New Zealand, North America, the UAE, Hawaii, England, and Europe while manufacturing has remained in Thailand.
That is when Icey-Tek became the Original premium rotomolded, polyethylene ice cooler available in the US market when it was introduced in 1998.
For over 25 years many copycats have imitated Icey-Tek's rotomolded manufacturing design and ice retention technology, but no other can ever rightfully claim to be first. In fact, Icey-Tek has private labeled coolers for many companies including Yeti during their start-up years when they licensed Icey-Tek ice chests to be labeled as their "Roughneck" cooler line.
In fact, one can say that Icey-Tek is the ice chest that started the entire premium cooler industry.
Between 1998 and 2006 the performance of Icey-Tek coolers made them the US market leader and thousands of coolers from this period continue in regular service today.
However, in 2006, private licensing and distribution agreements resulted in the Icey-Tek brand being unavailable in the United States for nearly 5 years while still remaining the top-selling cooler in Australia, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.
In 2011, Icey-Tek re-entered the US market under High Performance Coolers LLC whose owner Stephen Holderness started to slowly reestablish the brand.
Then fast-forward to April 2019 when our company, Icey-Tek USA LLC, a 100% veteran owned and operated company was formed and acquired the sole distributor rights for Icey-Tek products in the USA from Stephen.
The two top goals of Icey-Tek USA are:
- Grow sales and create jobs by introducing more people to the superior, dollar-for-dollar value represented by Icey-Tek brand coolers
- Allocate a portion of every sale to support military veterans through vetted organizations, programs and activities.
The quality and performance of Icey-Tek coolers are evidenced by the customers who use them. NASA chose Icey-Tek to transport temperature-sensitive space shuttle components. Arctic exploration companies have used them to test freezing conditions on critical equipment. Commercial fishermen use them for their large capacity and durable construction, and caterers use them for their ability to keep items both cold and warm.