Igloo, Disney Pop Open ‘The Mandalorian’ Playmate Coolers

Igloo will release two new coolers based on the Disney+ hit “The Mandalorian.”

License Global

November 23, 2020

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Igloo has announced the release of Playmate coolers inspired by “The Mandalorian” streaming on Disney+.

Featuring artwork of characters the Mandalorian and the Child, the two special-edition Playmates expand upon Igloo’s previously released Playmate coolers inspired by the “Star Wars” universe.

“At Igloo, we’re huge fans of the groundbreaking series ‘The Mandalorian,’” says Brian Garofalow, chief marketing officer, Igloo. “It’s an absolute honor to launch new Playmate designs, just as season two is airing, that will keep fans’ drinks and snacks perfectly chilled.”

The Mandalorian-inspired Comic Playmate incorporates artistic comic-style graphics depicting various characters including the Mandalorian, the Child, Greef Karga, Cara Dune, Moff Gideon, Imperial stormtroopers and Offworld Jawas. The Child-themed line features artwork showcasing the character that has been called “Baby Yoda” by show fans. 

Both coolers feature a seven-quart capacity and can be purchased, along with Igloo’s previously released Star Wars Playmates on the Igloo website

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