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Foam vs Neoprene Can Coolers: What’s the Difference?

Our versatile neoprene Koozie® and foam can coolers are designed to keep 12-ounce cans cool and are made from the same material as wetsuits. 

Foam Can Cooler vs Neoprene Koozie®: What’s Really the Difference?

What is the difference between neoprene and foam can coolers? Our top-selling neoprene can coolers and Koozie® can koolerssimply pop right into action and can be easily collapsed for traveling and storage until the next party. Because neoprene offers superior insulating properties, it keeps cans cooler for longer than foam does. So when comparing the difference between foam can coolers vs neoprene, you should be thinking not only of material, but also drink cooling potential. 

Foam koozies are made from polyurethane foam. What does this mean exactly? To put it very simply, polyurethane foam is not nearly as durable or insulating as neoprene is. Another big difference between neoprene Koozie® vs polyurethane can coolers is the stitching on either side. Our neoprene can coolers offer  more durable stitching on the outside of the can in a zig-zag pattern, which allows for the can cooler or Koozie® to fit more tightlyaround your can, preventing slippage. See example below!

About Our Neoprene Can Coolers

We currently offer 39 different color options for our foam can can coolers and 18 for our neoprene can coolers. We are always adding more! 

Some of the colors you can choose frominclude brown, eggplant, burnt orange, and restocking a customer favorite, MAROON!! If we don’t have the color you’re looking for, shoot us an email and we will work with you to discuss restocking availabilty.

Design Your Perfect Can Cooler or Koozie® Now

Now that you know the answer to the question “What’s the difference between foam and neoprene koozies”, we hope you’re better able to differentiate our two most popular can coolers. Ready to purchase the right option for your needs, wherever you fall on the polyurethane vs neoprene debate? We invite you to design your own Can Holder & Koozie now!

March 09, 2020 — Ashton Pieron