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When it comes to UTV coolers, the consensus in the powersports community is that there is no consensus. While some riders swear by Yeti coolers, others consider them to be the iPhone of the side-by-side cooler world: overpriced and overrated. Many argue that there are lots of other side by side companies that make UTV coolers that are every bit as good as the expensive brand-name coolers, yet cost substantially less. After all, why would someone throw down five hundred dollars on a “status symbol” side by side cooler when a cheap Coleman or Igloo brand can perform many of the same functions? Polaris branded UTV coolers are regarded with similar feelings: a good product, but pricey. And with a slew of new cooler companies coming online to fill the market gap for hunters and fishermen, the industry is seeing increasing competition in the cooler space.
Side by side and cooler companies like Canyon Coolers, Grizzly, and RTIC have gained notoriety in recent years. Regarding the former, its smooth sides and ability to fit in tight places without protruding handles that get in the way has caused many side by side riders to question their preconceived UTV cooler brand loyalties. At the end of the day, the right cooler or cooler-related aftermarket accessory for you will depend on what you use it for. If your biggest issue is running out of adult drinks when riding, a large cooler for the bed of your Polaris General should work. But if the primary use for your UTV coolers is as meat lockers, you’ll likely want something a little more heavy duty that can fit a bull elk and keep cool in direct sunlight for extended periods of time. Whatever the case may be, here at Everything Polaris Ranger, we’ve got the right Polaris General coolers for every and all applications both on the trail and at the campsite.