July 6, 2009

Timbuk2 Dolores Messenger Chiller/Cooler

dolores-chiller.jpgWe're not sure if you could actually ride a bike wearing the Dolores Chiller from Timbuk2, but this messenger bag cooler is sharp-enough looking to make us want to try. Important features include the insulated interior, the included metal bottle opener, the ballistic nylon construction, and the waterproof lining. Oh, and the space - there's enough room in here for you to shove in at least a twelve pack with ice. We think we're in love, even though the price tag is just north of a C-note.

Timbuk2 Dolores Cooler [via Uncrate]

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at July 6, 2009 9:46 AM
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