Their insulated lunch bags, lunch boxes and lunch totes come in many different styles, designs and colors, so there’s something for the whole family. The interior features high density thermal insulation to keep contents cold and an Ultra Safe® leak proof* lining with Microban® to help protect against bacterial odors and stains and make the lining easier to clean. They include great features like connectable food container sets, high performance ice packs, convertible 2-way handles, crossbody & shoulder straps, and more.
They have tons of great coolers to choose from! From insulated beach totes & picnic satchels to rolling coolers and their awesome Titan Deep Freeze® coolers, which are are bear resistant and maximize ice retention for up to 4-8 days.
Their products feature Microban® antibacterial protection, which provides protection against bacterial odors and stains. Unlike surface disinfectants that temporarily eliminate bacteria, Microban® is built into the lining of ArcticZone products, so it will never wash off or wear away, providing protection for the lifetime of the product.
All products manufactured by ArcticZone undergo an enforced testing protocol to ensure they meet the criteria set by the Ultra Safe® designation, a guarantee that the ArcticZone product you have purchased is safe. All products meet CPSC Safety Requirements. They are also PVC free and FDA compliant.
ArcticZone loves giving back –
They match 100% of their employee’s charitable donations and provide products for disaster relief. Together, they have raised tens of thousands of dollars for many important causes and charities including The Daily Bread Food Bank, the Colorectal Cancer Association Of Canada (CCAC), the ALS Societies Across Canada, various Humane Societies and animal welfare groups, natural disaster and relief causes, and others. And they have donated over 4000 coolers, lunch bags, food transport containers and diaper bags to organizations and causes in need including support for the victims of the Fort McMurray Wildfires, victims of the Louisiana floods, the Children’s Aid Society and Children’s Aid Foundation, various hospitals and healthcare facilities, Thinking Forward (a charity that runs programs that promote character building and anti-bullying in inner city schools), and many others.8