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YETI Tundra 35 Cooler


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    Keep 'em cold.

    Whenever you're away from home and have stuff you need to keep cold—fish, meat, beers, or ice—load up the Yeti Tundra 35 Cooler and rest easy. The 35 is the smallest in the Tundra series, making it the perfect option for afternoons fishing the river, weekend camping trips, and long days on the beach.

    Permafrost insulation keeps the contents ice cold for days at a time in the face on triple-digit temperatures. The super tough Rotomold polyethylene shell can take a serious beating—even bears are no match for this beast. 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. Anchorpoint tie-down slots make it easy to secure to truck beds, boat decks, and trailers, meaning the Tundra is ready to follow you on all your adventures.

    • Bear-tested toughness for personal stashes or small crews
    • PermaFrost insulation holds ice for days
    • ColdLock gasket and InterLock lid lock in cold and seal out heat
    • NeverFail hinge system won't break over time
    • BearFoot non-slip feet keeps cooler in place
    • Vortex drain system quickly and easily releases water
    • T-Rex heavy-duty rubber lid latches won't break
    • Holds 21 cans with 2:1 ice-to-can ratio or 26lb of ice
    • Item #YET0001

    Tech Specs

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

    Tech Specs

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    Perfect for tailgating

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This cooler is possibly one of the best coolers I've ever owned. I've used it anywhere from cooking to tailgating and it's not failed me once. Holds in heat or cold or whatever you coukd ever need it for. Had sodas in it for a full college football game in the hot sun and it still had ice in it and the sodas were like we had only been gone for a few minutes. Would definitely recommend to anyone on the fence about a Yeti cooler!

    obviously it's great!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    What else is there to say? Yeti knows how to keep stuff cold. I was trying to plan ahead for a dinner party at a friend's house. So the night before, I packed up everything and put it in the cooler with a single ice pack and then loaded it in my car so it was ready to go the next night. The next evening everything was still sooooo cold. Thank you, yeti, for being ice cold magicians.


    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Over hyped and over priced. Ya its sooooooper kewl and whatever but it doesn't keep ice all that long. Sure it holds ice for days if you never open it, but what's the point of that? Had 3 yetis at our camp one of each size and a couple igloo style old coolers, all of them melted ice after 1 day... It was in the 80's and in the shade. But hey if you wanna impress you friends get one.

    Disappointing to see NOT MADE in the USA

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

    The cooler was a gift so I can't comment on its performance.

    It's the first YETI I've seen in person and all first impressions were positive, aside from the sticker on the bottom indicating it was made in the Philippines. I'd expect this on some of their lower priced items (coffee mugs, textiles, etc) but on the flagship Tundra series cooler? Feels like a punch to the gut after drinking the kool aid and spending $250+ on a cooler. If they had built their reputation making quality products overseas to begin with, fine. But this is clearly a cost savings measure on a premium priced product. Where's the benefit to the consumer?

    Edit: I should mention that everything about my transaction with Backcountry was excellent. John took care of me and ensured that not only did the gift arrive on time, but a day early.

    Love my Yetis!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought the 35L for weekend car camping and it is the perfect size! Great for a 6-pack and all the food I typically pack. I usually get a bag or two of ice and it seems to last all weekend.

    Totally worth the money!


    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have had this cooler for over four years now, and it has held up against everything. Whether it be being lit on fire, left outside for months, or dropped down a flight of stairs, my YETI 45 has survived it all. Just quick clean and it looks like new. Along with the ability to take a beating, it can keep whatever you want cold forever. Just throw in some beers and snacks, and add a YETI Ice, and you're ready for anything from tailgating for your favorite team or camping in the middle of the desert.

    Best wedding gift ever

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

    I got this as a wedding gift, and they were able to use it to keep beers cool that night, it was a hit! Super high quality, and nice fit and finish.

    Best cooler out!

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

    I got this as a gift, but was able to use it a fair bit. Keeps items cool for a long long time, it's easy to use, and looks nice. Definitely not cheap, but the last cooler you will ever need to buy!

    Great purchase!

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

    Yeti's really are great coolers! There is no contest between a Yeti and the coolers I grew up with. Night and day difference! They are expensive but think of all the bags of ice you've used in the past along with water logged food from that inferior cooler.
    If you have the funds, get this cooler!

    If you're here you already know

    • 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.