The construction of the Yeti Tundra 75 Cooler is carried to the extreme, because there are elite groups of outdoorsmen and adventurers who seek extremes. Desert sun has scorched these coolers. Blizzards have frozen them. Bears have gnawed on them. They have tumbled off trucks and cliffs. All the while, Tundra coolers have kept their cool. This is one ice chest that puts no conditions on reliability under the harshest conditions. There's no better choice than the Yeti Tundra 75 to keep food and drinks cold in a campsite, job site, pickup bed, or over your favorite fishing hole. One piece roto-molded UV polyethylene construction is extremely durable and a full length, self-stopping hinge can't hyper extend and break. You'll never buy another cooler! Replaceable nylon rope and textured grip handles make carrying easier. Padlock holes are molded into the cooler body and lid for added security. Dry goods rack included.
|Length:||33.25 in / 84.46 cm|
|Width:||18 in / 45.72 cm|
|Height:||18 in / 45.72 cm|
|Weight:||34 lb / 15.42 kg|
|Volume:||~ 52 qt / 49 L|
|Int. Dim.:||26 x 11.125 x 12 in|
|Tan - 75 †||YT75T||0014394530760|
|White - 75 †||YT75W||0014394530753|
The yeti 75 awesome. I use it on the Lake Mead National Park in the summer boating. Temps are usually 100-110 daytime low 90's night. This cooler cuts my ice load by 2/3 .. I make my own ice in 5 gallon paint buckets. The ice you buy at 7-11 is junk barely frozen. You can load one of these up with beer, then chip a block down to cool the beer and then you have to chip another block down once more 30 minutes later to cover the top and this cooler will provide frosty beers for 4 days in those extreme conditions. The 5 day coolers are pretty good but the yeti compares to them like a 9 day would but heavier duty. Its hard to shell out $450 but then again like they say in the ad you will never buy another cooler and your work load for icing in extreme conditions is significantly reduced. I see allot of these coolers down in San Diego Ca on the offshore fishing boats again where replenishing ice is an issue during long trips. They just don't have the room on their boats or buoyancy to float out tons of ice to do the job.On the other hand if your just doing day adventures, then you might be wasting your money with one of these you;d be better off getting the 5 day cooler from Costco every other year. Why get a dump truck to drive to the post office to mail a letter when a bicycle would do just fine? Me? I'd rather have the dump truck just in case.
ACK Great to do business with Love my 75 Doesn't seem to hold Ice as well as reviews !!! Best I've ever owned or used..