RTIC 65, White

1261 Reviews

The best large cooler available on the market. Makes an ideal marine, hunting or camping cooler. Still small enough for one person to carry. Keep your drinks, food, and meat cold on that long camping trip. Holds up to 64 cans plus ice.

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The best large cooler available on the market. Makes an ideal marine, hunting or camping cooler. Still small enough for one person to carry. Keep your drinks, food, and meat cold on that long camping trip. Holds up to 64 cans plus ice.

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DIMENSIONS

Empty Weight: 36.5 lbs

  • 64 cans
  • 70 lb of ice
  • 65 qts. of H20
  • 16.25 gals. of H2O

TECHNOLOGY & FEATURES

  • Keeps Ice Up To 10 Days Like a portable freezer
  • Rotomolded Construction Virtually Indestructible
  • Heavy Duty Rubber T-Latches Smooth trouble-free closure
  • Molded Tie-Down Slots Keeps your cooler anchored
  • Bear Resistant Designed to keep bears out
  • Rapid V-Drain System Allows quick draining
  • Traction Lid Can be used as a casting platform
  • Heavy Duty Rope Handles Marine-grade ropes & textured grips
  • Cool-Lift Design Lifts cooler above the hot surface
  • Integrated Locking System Keep your contents safe
  • Non-Slip Feet Keeps your cooler in place
  • Freezer Style Lid Gasket Provides a tight seal
  • Molded-In Side Handles Unbreakable, easy lifting
  • Up to 3" Insulated WallsCommercial grade insulating foam
  • No Sweat Exterior The outside stays dry
  • Easy Lift Lid Handle Allows quick & easy access
  • No Fail Hinges Full length interlocking hinges
  • Easy-Flow Drain SpoutLets the water out, keeps ice in
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Ratings & Reviews

4.8

Based on 1261 Reviews

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Don’t need ice

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I bought a 65. Was disappointed to begin with but this cooler made me a believer. I bought 700 dollars worth of quail , put them in my RTIC 65 with no ice (I forgot). I traveled 9 hrs from Mississippi to south Texas. When I got to my house I panicked. When I opened the cooler to see all the ruined quail , I was surprised to see the packs of quail still had frost on them and were frozen solid. This cooler is the best cooler Iv ever owned. I will be buying the 45 for travel. I love my 65 but I want the 45 for convenience. I also had a cook out with the quail. I filled the cooler up with ice for some cold beverages. 14 days later there was no ice(the ice lasted 10 days)but the water was still very cold (the cooler was in my kitchen). This brand is recommended.
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10 Day Road Trip

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Just finished up a 10 day road trip from Oregon to Death-Saline Valley's and came home with ice. Started out with block ice (I make my own) in an RTIC 65 and 20 and made it back home with some of my original ice pack. Also have a 110 cooler manufactured by the mythical animal brand. All perform well but for the money, can't beat the RTIC over the competition.
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hard coolera

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Awesome coolers. We need yall to kick it up another notch by adding wheels on the 65 and larger
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save money

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Buy less ice, cooler pays for itself
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Love these coolers

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I recently purchased my second cooler the 65 after previously purchasing the 45. Absolutely love these coolers and how well they perform in the field and while camping. Easily put 3 blocks of ice and a 20lb bag in the 65 and have it last for more than a week still solid. Will probably purchase another in the future!
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rtic 65

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Purchased for a 3 day camping trip for 4 adults. Cooler performance was flawless, everything stayed at refrigerator temperature or colder. I would definitely recommend this cooler, great value for the price
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I'm a believer

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I begrudgingly bought the RTIC 45 hardcooler because I needed something for a multiple night camping trip with my kids and it seemed like the most economical of the performance-oriented hard coolers. I grabbed one on sale, followed all the pre-prep suggestions found online and, I have to say, I was pleasantly surprised by its performance. All the food stayed nice and chilled, and the bags of ice I included were still holding their shape (albeit smaller than when they were first put in). When I got home, the ice packs I had included at the bottom of the cooler were lined with a thin layer of frozen water. FYI, the trip was 3 days, 2 nights with an average of 60-70 during the daytime and 40-50 at night, so I'd imagined the environment helped as well (vs. 80-90* weather). I'd highly recommend one of these coolers and be sure to pre-chill cooler a few hours before use (sacrificial bags of ice, water) to maximize performance. I will also say that the pricing may seem steep--growing up I recall my family using Igloo/Playmate or styrofoam coolers that are a fraction of the cost but not nearly as effective. If you get 7-8 uses out of a RTIC, you've already justified the cost effectiveness/value.
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Hard 145 qt

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I have a 45 and a 145 hard cooler. Love them both! During the HOT summer months we head to the lake for a week at at time, There are limited places for purchasing ice that is close. I fill up the 145 qt full and still have ice 7 day later.....even when transferring!!! I recommend these to EVERYONE! BEFORE I used these, we were spending $15/day on ice. $15 day x 7 days = $105/week on ice. we usually went 3 times. $105x3=$315! This cooler paid for itself in 1 year!
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Awesome Festival Cooler

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Can't say enough good things about this cooler. I got hard 65 and 30 soft coolers to take to music festivals. Prechilled both on Thursday night with 10# bag ice in each. Added 10# total of ice to soft cooler Fri-Sunday. Put 20# of bagged ice plus 2 frozen 2 liter water bottles in hard cooler on Friday. It is now Tuesday - 4 days later - and there is still ice in the hard cooler. Milk, cheese, chicken, and most importantly BEER and drinks stayed icy cold even through today! I was in and out of the big cooler a couple times each day. I would move beer and drinks to the smaller cooler for each days use. These coolers are worth every penny.
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Liz

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I bought a 20 cooler for my boyfriend and have been so impressed! Everyone comments on it and we both love it. Rtic's customer service has been great as well as I had to do an exchange at first to find the right size. Definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a good quality & good looking cooler.
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65,145

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Own both the 65 and the 145 these coolers are excellent, compared to their competitors which I own one in the 65 they perform just as well if not better and hold more ice, beer, food, or meat. I use them for camping, fishing, and hunting, I spend weeks out in the California high country and I know I never have to worry about keeping my food, drinks or wild game cool and fresh.
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Simply better then the other guys
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hard cooler 65

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It is just perfect. Love it! Best purchase ever!
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65 qt cooler

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So I bought one of these after a road trip with a Coleman marine cooler needing a small bag of ice every single day on a week long cooler. My friend had an RTIC 45 and did not need any extra ice. I found the winning combo! The RTIC Cooler with the ice packs called Cooler Shock if you've never heard of them look them up I bought the no mess screw top DYI ice packs (just add water and shake it up after twisting the top on) these cooler packs work amazingly well with the RTIC Coolers even the SOFT ONES. In my RTIC soft COOLER 45 I took two SMALL cooler shock packs, two LARGE cooler shock packs, and maybe 2lbs of ice from my freezers ice maker and loaded it with warm drinks for my trip from MD to GA (13.5+ Hours) we left the cooler in the truck over night and delt with it the next day. We not only still had ice the ice packs were still frozen and the drinks were colder than while in my friends fridge. Money well spent! And I'd suggest both a soft and the hard coolers to anyone shopping for a cooler.
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great cooler

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I've had my RTIC 45 for over 4 years. I use it a ton and it works great. Just yesterday a big gust of wind blew it off my flat bed pickup while I was doing 83 down the interstate. It tumbled a few times then landed right side up and slid for the rest of the way until it hit the rumble strip then rolled a couple more times before stopping. I'm online now to order new rubber feet for it. Short of that and a few scratches you'd never know it happened. Very durable cooler!!
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ms

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I bought this cooler in preparation for future hurricanes. While preparing for hurricane Dorian I froze eight gallon bottles Of water and put them in my cooler. Thankfully Dorian did not hit us with full impact so I didn’t need to put anything else in my cooler. Seven days later the water was still ice cold… It doesn’t get much better than that
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Great for camping

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I bought my Rtic 65 for camping and it works great. I was buying 40 pounds of ice everyday with my igloo. I filled up my Rtic when I left my house and 5 days later it doesn't look like hardly anything has melted. I will definitely be buying a couple more.
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145qt rock

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The 145qt holds ice for day's and keeps everything cold inside and it open and close every time. And I'm in KAUAI HAWAIl
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Ice cream

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With a couple of bucks of dry ice I transported ice cream from NY to Chicago (12+ hours), and the ice cream was harder than when I left.
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The 20 review

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I bought the 20 hard cooler just over a year and half ago. I used it last month for the first time and it works great. I cooled it down before I used it put my drinks and ice in it and it kept them ice cold and very little ice was melted. It’s a great cooler. I bought the 45 to keep the things that need to cold or frozen if I’m not going home right away. The 45 hard cooler was at my door a few days early. They are great coolers I bought the 45 when it was on sale.
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