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YETI Tundra 35 Cooler

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    As cold as ice.

    Whenever you're away from home and have stuff you need to keep cold—fish, meat, beers, or popsicles—load up the Yeti Tundra 35 Cooler and rest easy. The super tough Rotomold polyethylene shell and PermaFrost insulation seal cold air in and hot air out for the whole day, so you can enjoy a beverage that's as icy in the afternoon as it was in the morning. The No-Sweat design keeps it dry on the outside and the Bearfoot non-slip feet keep it from sliding around. Yeti's Interlock Lid stays propped open and won't slam shut on your hand when you're rooting around for a cold one, either. The 35 is the smallest in the Tundra series, making it the perfect option for tubing down the river, strapping into your canoe, or lugging into the backcountry. 


    • Rotomold construction
    • PermaFrost insulation
    • No-Sweat design
    • Bearfoot non-slip feet
    • Interlock Lid
    • Folding carry handles
    • Vortex drain
    • Item #YET0001

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [shell] polyethylene, [insulation] PermaFrost, [handles] nylon
    Volume
    2136 cu in
    Closure
    InterLock lid
    Dimensions
    21 x 16 x 15.5 in
    Recommended Use
    camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    5 years

    Tech Specs

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This is a great day trip cooler or something to carry to an event like a red butte concert for us Salt Lake folks. For me it doesn't have the capacity to store enough food and beer for multiple people for multiple days. That being said if you have a separate cooler for beverages it could be manageable.

    *** Pro tip***
    Pre cool your cooler before you put anything into it. Take a sacrificial bag of ice and put it in there the day before you pack it and your ice/icepacks with last twice as along. The folks from yeti say that most ice loss and cooling power comes from making the cooler cold once it is loaded.

    So expensive but so worth it

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This is one of those purchases that really hurts. 300 dollars for a cooler? But then everytime you go camping, its so worth it. I use it with frozen ice packs if I can, and Ice if not. Ive taken frozen ice packs to the desert for 4 days and came home with a half frozen ice pack. The efficiency is ridiculous. Id say this cooler is big enough for a long weekend trip, if you keep your cold beverages somewhere else. Or vice versa its got plenty of room for cold beverages for a long weekend trip.

    Well, it IS a Yeti.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These things are as good as the hype. You can't find a better cooler for camping, boating, or just whatever. I know they are a little pricey compared to some of the other brands, but they are well worth it. you get what you pay for.

    Pricey, but worth it

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I've had countless coolers over the years, but this is the first one to really impress me. I've heard the Yeti hype for years, and was a little skeptical to be honest, but it's proving to do the job it claims, keep your things really cold for a really long time. If that's what you're looking for from a cooler, and I think most of us are, this is worth the investment.

    truly a believer!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Freaking Yeti! What more needs to be said regarding its quality. Dropped of ledges, fallen out of my vehicle. Long lasting in the outdoors, and constantly keeps things cold and secure.

    Moab week had melted ice @ end ea day

      We were excited about the purchase of our new Yeti 35 and taking it to Moab and not having to purchase ice each day. Much to our dismay, after each trail run in our Bronco we had melted ice and soggy contents. :-(

      Colder than a Yeti in the arctic wild

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Sick and tire of your ice melting prematurely? Soaking wet veggies and meat never goes over well with a hungry crew. As the name would suggest, Yeti knows how to keep it cool. Whether you need to store food for a week long river trip, or you just want to have the coldest beer at the weekend races, this cooler is the tool for your shed. Durable construction combined with the best insulation brings to light the best cooler in the business. So if you're sick of soggy food look no further and pick one of these up.

      Best for Basecamp

        I've heard of Yeti for years but this year I was able to bring this cooler on a 5 day camping trip to the desert and I am a changed woman. On day 3 we were still able to make ice cold Ginger Beer cocktails with ice cubes! Not to mention our meat and veggies were kept fresh. The 35 cooler worked for a 4.5 day/ 4 night adventure with food for 4 people but it was stuffed full. I think for a family of 4 it would be best to size up to the 45.



        The Yeti is hiding in the corner of the picture here, but really I just wanted to show off our basecamp.



        “That rug really tied the room together.” — Walter

        Best for Basecamp

        Can't beat Yeti!!

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        I have had this cooler for a few years now and I can't say enough about how awesome it is. Still looks brand new and keeps ice for days. This cooler will no doubt last a lifetime.

        Wish it was for me!

        • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

        Gave it as a gift for the inlaws. They are frequent tailgaters on the East coast so I figured this would be something that they would definitely get some use out of. It's a solid design, the only thing I worry about is the rope handles on the side. Other than that the design is pretty flawless. My parents have the size below this one, but they don't use it very much because it is so heavy. This one is definitely heavy w/out anything in it. I would hate to be the guy stuck carrying a full 35 anywhere. All in all I wish I had bought one for myself and would recommend gifting it.

        Last Cooler You Will Ever Need

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I have had this cooler for about a month or so and I love it. It keeps everything cold far longer than any cooler that I have ever owned. I have kept ice in it for about a week without having to remove a ton of water and if you get the yeti ice pack it keeps your food colder longer without any messy water. This is not the lightest cooler but it sure does the best job at keeping your stuff cold!!

        great quality cooler

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        This cooler will hold ice for several days in a hot environment. It is kind of expensive but the quality of this cooler is excellent. You wont need to purchase another cooler if you get this one. I would recommend this for anyone who spends a lot of time in the desert or for anyone who wants to add a luxurious addition to their car camping arsenal.

        Keep It Within Arm's Reach

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        I got this cooler for weekend camp trips, and also to rig up a smaller day cooler for multi-day rafting trips. It has already been used several times, and is everything I was hoping it would be. It is the perfect size to keep a very full day's worth of ice, beers and still room for some cold snacks. The handles, tie down spots and extra basket make this cooler the best choice from the line-up of smaller Yetis.

        My long term plan is to keep this little cooler as close as possible when I'm out camping and boating!

        Solid Cooler

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        Got to send this cooler on its maiden voyage on a trip out to Moab and I am very impressed! Yes, this cooler is expensive but I figured it as an investment as I had grown tired of 30 buck Walmart coolers that didn't keep ice for more than a day and would inevitably break after not much use at all. After about 4 days of camping the ice block I had in this yeti only shrank by a quarter at most and that is with the cooler being placed in a hot car all day every day. Super impressed by its insulation capabilities! This thing is like a rock though too! I can definitely see this thing being the last cooler I ever buy with how solid the build is! Couldn't be happier!

        Cool Like Ice

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        This is our fridge. Literally. We live in a tiny house and this is our fridge. Been using it for 13 straight weeks now and this thing is awesome.



        We use the yeti ice blocks to maintain the fridge's coolness factor. We have 2 big yeti ice blocks (4 lbs each) and 2 small ones (2 lbs each). Overall, it works, but we don't love it - meaning the yeti ice blocks don't seem like anything more special than a regular plastic ice block that you'd buy at the store. This little paragraph is kind of a review for the ice blocks. Using a rotation schedule, we take the yeti ice blocks back and forth to a freezer at work and bring them home. The blocks keep the fridge pretty cool actually, but don't last for more than 24 hours. Once in a while, we go buy 2 lbs of dry ice and that keeps things real cold for about 24 solid hours.



        A bag of ice will survive for a surprising long time. We added a 2 gallon bag to our already chilled Yeti Cooler and there was a little less than 1 gallon of ice remaining 4 days later. Draining the cooler was super easy. Open the spout, all water comes out!



        Went with the 35 instead of any other size because it wasn't too big and wasn't too small. We are very happy with the size. Perfect for our situation.



        We have a love hate relationship with the top basket. Sometimes its in the way and other times it's wonderful to have.



        Yes, I would recommend it.

        Cool Like Ice

        best cooler out there

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        i have the 20, 45, 65 and 120 Yeti coolers. They are all amazing.



        Super thick insulation all over, including the lid, which is important. The lid is strong enough to stand on, and is textured for doing so. (They do that so you can stand on it and sight fish off a boat)



        Freezer style and high quality seal. Theyre replaceable, but Ive never had one go out. The rope handles can be easily and cheaply replaced, and they do wear out from time to time.



        They have holes in the corners to lock them with a Masterlock. Ok, thats important! If you ever leave these coolers in the bed of your truck, they will be stolen. Ive had one stolen. So, use the holes and lock them to your tie downs with something stout. Also, prevents people at tailgates from stealing your booze once youre in the game.



        Theyre totally worth it. And, they have a great warranty. To tell you how I got hooked on them, and to tell you how durable they are:



        I was in a truck in BFE with a few buddies. Tons of stuff in the bed for a camping trip, including an Igloo and a Yeti... We came around a corner, elk in the road. Driver swerves, off the road we go. Truck rolls. Thank gosh, all had on seatbelts. We get out. Lick our wounds. Gear is everywhere. The Igloo is in pieces... The Yeti never even OPENED, much less got destroyed. Been a fan ever since.



        Now, helpful hint... In the summer, to make ice last the longest possible - prep your cooler before filling. Use dry ice and cool the inside down. Then, fill the cooler and ice the contents down. It will add a day or two to the ice. Also, remember, the more full a cooler is, the easier it is to keep cool. So, pack it to the top with food, ice, beer, whatever. But, the fuller the better.