As if the GATR alone didn't turn enough heads, customize yours with these Seadek pads and stand out from the rest! Whether it is for yourself, your potnah, a corporate gift, safety award, company advertising, or anything in between, you can't go wrong with these! READ BELOW FOR DETAILS:
The Process: 1) Choose your cooler size lid pad and/or front insert (and a cooler if you don't have one yet!). 2) Add the items to your cart, check out, and we will message you for your order details. Extremely detailed logos may not be possible to do, and front insert pads are best used for small logos, names, phone numbers etc. Contact us prior to purchasing if you're concerned that your idea may not work. 3) The colors we typically stock are light gray on black, teak on black, and dark gray on black. Custom color mixes can be ordered for higher quantities - perfect for group or corporate gifts! 4) Once confirmed, please allow up to 2-3 weeks for delivery. A digital sample can be sent for your approval if requested.
The Benefit: Why buy these custom pads over other options that are available? Unlike other options for customization that are currently being offered by other companies, these Seadek pads are engineered to be outside. Often used to line boat interiors, these 6mm thick 3M sticky back pads wont fade, chip, peel, or compromise the integrity of your GATR cooler. They also serve as a non-skid, softer surface to stand or sit on, as well as aid in absorbing heat before it reaches your cooler. Plus, it instantly adds 113 cool points and is resumè worthy!
How To Apply: If you purchase a cooler at the time of purchasing a pad, we can install it for you completely free of charge. If you're purchasing a pad after already getting a cooler from us, simply follow the steps below: 1) We like to start by wiping the surface of the cooler with a lint free rag and rubbing alcohol. 2) Dry fit the pad prior to removing the backing, keeping in mind approximately where the pad needs to be placed to be centered on the cooler. 3) Heat the surface of the cooler and the sticky side of the pad with a hair dryer or something similar, just enough to get the glue tacky. 4) Remove backing, and place the pad in position on the cooler. We like to start on one end (lining up where we dry fit the pad on step 2), then press it down completely.