Target Is Selling an $8 Pineapple Fanny Pack Cooler—and We Need It for Summer

It's super cute—and super functional, too.

If you’re anything like us, COVID-19 has changed the way you’re looking at the approaching summer months. We’re probably not going to be attending concerts or hosting backyard barbecues, but we’re still looking for ways to have warm-weather fun—even if we’re just buying tropical houseplants.

Apparently, the folks at Target are thinking about summer, too. The store’s “Sun Squad” line blends fashion with function, and we’re totally in love with one piece in particular: this pineapple fanny pack cooler. Read on for more about this gorgeously affordable addition to your summer wardrobe.

It’s the Best Fanny Pack, Ever

Why are we obsessed with this particular piece? I mean, first of all, it’s SUPER cute. Look at those colors! That design! But more importantly, this thing is a fanny pack cooler, so it’ll keep your drinks cold as you walk from point A to point B. And best of all—it can fit a whole bottle of wine.

You read that right. You can keep a whole bottle of chardonnay cool and ready for consumption, right on your hip. Apparently this thing also fits two cans, so if beer’s more your thing, this pineapple’s got you covered. We’re about ready to add this to our list of things you should always buy at Target.

How Can I Get One?

So, here’s the thing. This incredible creation and its companion, the ombre palm fanny pack cooler, aren’t currently available for delivery, and we’re not recommending you rush out to the store. Yeah, it’s a bummer. But there’s good news, too—the site says it’s “Temporarily out of stock,” which implies it’ll be restocked soon.

So go ahead and sign up to be notified when it’s back, and get this thing delivered straight to your door. We guarantee your summer plans—whatever they end up being—will be better with it in your life.

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Emily Hannemann
Emily adores both food and writing, so combining those passions as a writer for Taste of Home makes perfect sense. Her work has also appeared in Birds & Blooms and on TV Insider. When she’s not eating peanut butter straight from the jar, you'll find her running or birdwatching. Emily is currently a journalism graduate student at the University of Missouri.