Dry goods rack included
Length: 21" Width: 15.5" Height:
15.5" - 17 pounds
- One piece roto-molded UV polyethylene construction is extremely
- Constructed of food grade material that is dry ice compatible.
- Three inches of insulation in the lid and 2 inches in the walls
provides superior insulation.
- Freezer style sealing gasket locks out the heat.
- T-latch keepers are molded into the cooler body.
- Padlock holes are molded into the cooler body and lid.
- Full-length, self-stopping hinge can't hyper extend and break.
- Non-slip, non-marking rubber feet help keep the cooler where you put
- Replaceable nylon rope and textured grip handles make carrying
- Drain plug and rubber washer guarantees leak-proof reliability.
Keeping things cold in a cooler is not rocket science. The process
includes insulating the right places, keeping warm air out, and packing
of ice and contents properly. Other cooler companies compromise
performance in an effort to engineer cost out of their product. At YETI,
we do the opposite. We engineer performance into our coolers!
Thicker, cooler walls mean more cold-containing insulation.
The walls in
our best-selling YETI Tundra are two inches thick and filled with
premium polyurethane insulation for maximum ice retention. You’ll
typically find just ½ inch of insulation in ordinary “disposable”
coolers and maybe an inch in the more expensive models. The bottom line
is that insulation thickness correlates to ice retention and YETI is
second to none!
Our lids have 3 inches of insulation, because that’s where it’s
We find it utterly amazing that some cooler manufacturers put
absolutely no insulation in their cooler lids. That’s like insulating
the walls of a home, but not the attic. Ice can’t last long if it has to
absorb heat from perishables and the top of the cooler, which is
exposed to the sun, too. A YETI Tundra cooler has three inches of
premium insulation in the lid. That’s 50% more insulation than in its
cooler walls! YETI’s design makes more sense.
YETI® coolers don’t just close, they seal!
disposable coolers, YETI coolers feature a rubber, freezer-quality
gasket that seals around the entire lid. This seal traps cold air and
keeps warmer, exterior air from leaking in. The seal, combined with the
ample insulation, assures you of maximum, long-term ice retention.
YETI® coolers can handle unwrapped dry ice without damage.
At minus 109
degrees Fahrenheit, dry ice tends to crack ordinary coolers. YETI’s
tough, roto-molded UV polyethylene construction meets food-grade
standards and lets you confidently use dry ice to keep your perishables
colder, longer. Dry ice has more than twice the cooling power of regular
ice, so you need less of it, leaving more room for food in your cooler.
And if you’re carrying your cooler, using dry ice also makes your
cooler lighter. For tips on using dry ice, see www.yeticoolers.com.
How to pack your cooler for maximum ice retention.
There are definitely a
few ice retention tricks and some advantages only a YETI can give you.
You can start by bringing your cooler indoors, out of the hot garage,
before use. Did you know ice can be different temperatures? Be sure you
use quality ice that’s stored in a sub-zero environment; and remember,
cubes cool contents faster, but block ice melts slower. Prior to
loading, pre-chilling or freezing cooler contents like meat or even
beverages is also a good idea. These frozen contents can help your ice
do the work. With YETI, you can reliably use dry ice. It gives off twice
the cooling power of regular ice and leaves more room for perishables.