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YETI Hopper Two 40 Cooler


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    4 Reviews


    36 Cans Of Beer On The Wall.

    You're a hopeless romantic, and not in the conventional sense. You are utterly in love with the quiet solitude and incredible beauty of life from behind two oars. Now that's all fine and dandy, but you can't subsist on gorgeous panoramas alone. Thanks to the Yeti Hopper Two 40 Cooler, you're able to drink in the views and satiate your hunger and thirst as you make your way downstream. Much like its elder cousin, the Hopper, the Hopper Two 40 features a Yeti backed and bound construction, so you know it's built to last.

    Though, to differentiate the two, the designers at Yeti listened to your calls for a more ergonomic design and answered with the Hopper Two. To start, Yeti equipped the Hopper Two 40 with a more easy to load and unload opening, so you're able to access your vittles with ease, and the updated body shape makes for a more convenient hauling experience. Additionally, the Yeti Hopper Two 40 features added visibility and better cold-holding power, assuring that your sensitive sustenance stays cold for longer.

    The Hopper Two stays true to its original design in a few different ways; the cooler is fortified with the waterproof and leakproof DryHide, while the ColdCell insulation keeps your choice in sensitive sustenance cold and fresh for up to four days. The tenacious construction is backed by a super durable, waterproof, and leakproof HydroLok zipper that safeguards your precious cargo and doesn't even bat an eyelash when push comes to shove. Not to mention, the Hitchpoint Grid allows you to customize your Hopper by attaching a bottle opener, carabiner, or an extra set of brass nards should that whitewater be a little spicier than anticipated.

    • Stay well fed and hydrated with this burly cooler
    • Hard-wearing and waterproof exterior protects cargo
    • Insulation ensures sensitive snacks stay cool
    • Easy to load and unload opening for your convenience
    • Six tie-down points keep cooler secure on boat or truck
    • Fits up to 36 cans of beer with a 2:1 beer-to-ice ratio
    • Item #YET001X

    Tech Specs

    [exterior] DryHide, [insulation] ColdCell, [zipper] HydroLok
    [exterior] 19.5 x 26in, [interior] 15.75 x 18in, [width] 13in
    Recommended Use
    paddling, casual, travel
    Manufacturer Warranty
    5 years

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    The Hoppa 2.0

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Here's what I said when I bought him the 30.

    "I bought this for my dad for his birthday, he's from Boston, and he loves sailing. He takes it on all of his sailing trips, it seems to hold up to hot days well and the ice lasts a long time, keeps your beer ice cold as Matt Ryan in Superbowl 51. My dad calls it "tha hoppa" because people from Massachusetts are weird.

    Go Pats."

    This one is the same but bigger.

    Go Pats

    Expensive, but awesome

      I've used the Yeti Hopper Two 40 several times now and it's great. Ice stays cold ~24 hours and it fits a ton. On a recent camping trip I threw a 10lb bag of ice in there with ~20 beers and was able to finagle it closed.

      To be clear - the 40 is big, and even empty it's got some weight to it. For day to day, the smaller version might be a better bet, but this one provides a ton of flexibility.

      Yeti FTW

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I have the Hopper 30 and now decided to add the Hopper Two 40 to the mix. The improvements from the last model are incredible. Much easier to access the contents and eliminates the "venus fly trap" that the original model was susceptible to. They also added burly handles for small distance transporting. Extremely durable soft coolers. Respect Yeti!

      It's pretty awesome

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      I decided on a Hopper rather than the Tundra because I thought I would be able to throw it into the car and use with less effort than a larger cooler. It does have a shoulder strap, so while it is huge, I can still maneuver it into my van alone. LEAK PROOF! No spills! So far so good, it's pricey, but it should last and last and last. I forgot to take a photo of it full, but it holds more than it looks, impressed so far.