Sponsored by YETI
If you own any YETI gear, you know it does its job and does it well. The Ramblers keep cold drinks cold and hot drinks hot for hours, the hard coolers hold up to three inches of insulation to keep provisions cold for days, and the tote bags and backpacks make keeping food and drinks cold on day trips a breeze. Check out some of their latest products below and get ready for your next adventure.
The New Nordic Collection
YETI’s new Nordic Collection is inspired by the wild at the world’s north edge. Found in purple sea urchins and the rich, crisp blue of the water, these colorways capture the vibrant hues found in the natural landscape of the Nordic region. The purple and blue colorways are available for a limited time in select drinkware, soft coolers, hard coolers, cargo, blankets, buckets, dog bowls, and bags.
The Roadie® 48
The Roadie® 48 Wheeled Cooler is built for navigating summer beaches, camping vistas, and tailgate crowds, and offers the same cold-holding power you’d expect from a Tundra® Cooler. The Neverflat, impact- and puncture-resistant wheels ensure that you (and your precious cargo) can maneuver through sand and mud without worry. It holds 41 cans when using the recommended 2:1 ice-to-can ratio, and has an internal height of 13 inches (more than the height of most standard wine bottles), so you don’t have to worry about everyone’s BYOB drink of choice fitting.
The Roadie® 60
Slightly bigger than the Roadie® 48, the Roadie® 60 has enough room for over 50 cans. With all the same design elements and virtual indestructibility, this massive cooler is great for wine, watermelon, and wild game.
Whether you’re packing drinks for a day out on the water, gearing up for a multiday camping trip, or packing a lunch for the office, YETI has you covered with its newest gear. These new items are selling fast, so get your hands on them before they’re gone.
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