According to our customer Tom, who on Sunday, March 3rd, 2013, realized he could no longer keep his can-wrap feelings to himself, "It keeps the warm and the cold where they should be when I'm drinking my made in Michigan craft beer. I have two Wool Beer [can wraps] and am only sorry I must use them one at a time. I must be getting old." Well said, Tom. This one's for you.
Using it every day
I bought one for GF over a year ago she uses it every day thing has held up awesome only wear you will find is the discoloration on the tag from your hands I'm going to be adding they to Xmas present this year
Keeps my beverages cold
Plan on sharing my camo and blaze orange can coolies this weekend at deer camp.
I just bought this product and I couldn't be happier! As a DES gender dysphoric transgender woman I still do have some male interests. This particular Koozie allows me to accessorize with a matching hat and keep my beer safe from freezing while ice fishing here in Michigan. -Marcia Love
What a neat idea! I got one for my Dad for Father's Day, he loves it. I don't know what people are complaining about, the quality is great - it's a wool koozie with an awesome Kromer tag. (you shouldn't be sipping a beer for hours anyway!) :) -Mom2Lyv - Sault, MI
Fun koozie, but I agree with Justin, the insulation is lacking. If you took the thinsulate from the Rancher hat and added it to this, it would make it perform much better. -Clayton- Pontiac, MI
It keeps the warm and the cold where they should be when I'm drinking my made in Michigan craft beer. I have two Wool Beer Koozies and am only sorry I must use them one at a time. I must be getting old. Thanks gang for another great product. -Tom
Recieved the koozie as a "freebie" with the purchase of my new tin cloth Kromer. All I can say is wow, what a great product! Folds up nice to fit in your back pocket and does a good job of keeping your hand dry and warm. Bonus...it's made in the USA and looks cool too! Gonna buy another in the "girlie" color for my wife! -DP
What a great idea! I was handed one of these at deer camp near Rapid River. It contained a can of Hamms beer. With this nifty cover it could have been a Blatz or a Schlitz and it wouldn't matter! The beer stayed cold and I was stylin'!ErickTraverse City, MI -E.T.