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YETI Tundra 65 Cooler

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    Icy refreshment.

    Have a big crew and not enough cooler space to keep their drinks and food cold? Yeti's Tundra 65 Cooler will solve all your problems with a crowd-pleasing capacity and the ability to keep important stuff cold for hours on end. PermaFrost insulation makes sure cold stays in and heat stays out, while the Rotomold construction can take a serious beating and the Bearfoot non-slip feet keep your drinks and snacks from sliding away across the boat floor or truck bed. Yeti designed the Tundra to prevent condensation, too, and it included a Vortex drain that makes it easy to dump water so you don't have to schlep a sloshing cooler around with you on the way home.

    • High-capacity cooler designed for river trips and camping
    • Durable rotomold construction doesn't dent or crack easily
    • PermaFrost insulation deliver ice-for-days performance
    • No-sweat design eliminates condensation on outside of cooler
    • Bearfoot non-slip feet keep cooler secure in truck beds
    • Interlock no-fall lid stays up when you're unloading cooler
    • Carry handles fold away for easy packing in truck or raft
    • Vortex drain keeps melt water out of cooler and food
    • Item #YET0004

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [shell] polyethylene, [insulation] PermaFrost, [handles] nylon
    Volume
    3967cu in
    Closure
    InterLock lid
    Dimensions
    30.5 x 17.5 x 16in
    Recommended Use
    camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    5 years

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    Perfect Size Up from Tundra 45

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have a Tundra 45 which is perfect for an extended 2 person trip but as big as the cooler is, the storage capacity is considerably smaller than you would think. The Tundra 65 is the perfect step up. You can sit two people side by side on it, and fit a couple days worth of food and drink for 2-3 people. It is not an expedition sized cooler but for a quick day trip, the Tundra 45 is more than enough. The Tundra 65 is perfect for that overnight 2 day trip where you have drinks, food and ice packs. Also fits perfectly in a drift boat and is a more stable casting platform if you want to stand on it.

    Believe the Hype

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I was skeptical about Yeti coolers until I bought one. I needed something for an extended river trip and picked one up. They really will hold ice for 5 days if you pack it right and don't open it too much. Now that I have one I love it and use it all of the time. I also have a Hopper Two 30 that compliments the Tundra 65 really well.

    The best.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These coolers live up to their reputation. We went on a long road trip recently with a friend. The weather was HOT! We were in town every day picking up ice for our friend's cooler, but our ice held up for days. This size is plenty big for your food and beverage for a weekend and, as you can see, it serves as a great bench.

    The best.

    Love this bad boy.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I keep it in the back of my SUV for trips to Sam's club and the grocery store. It has been super useful on day trips and week long trips as well. Best investment ever.

    Love this bad boy.

    Better than the best

      Hands down the best coolers on the market. The Tundra 65 is perfect for anything from BBQ's to 5-day car camping trips. Spend time with your family instead of running into town for ice every day. Check out the YETI Ice Packs to keep the ice even longer.

      So nice I bought it twice.

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      These things are the real meal deal. No one is lying when they say they'll hold ice for 5+ days in the blazing sun on a river trip. I've put my first one through the ringer and went as far as buying myself a second one for extended river trips/bbq parties.
      If you haven't yet gotten one you will soon!

      Love this cooler

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

      This bad boy is big and spacious. I used a smaller one for a trip and it kept my deli meats and canned drinks cold for a week. I used ice and Yeti ice and it helped keep it colder longer together. It's an investment. Can't wait to take it on some new adventures. I also leave it in the back of my SUV for grocery trips. It keeps things cold that I pick up from Sam's Club while I venture out to other places afterward.

      Love this cooler

      Yeti's are the best

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Liked my 50Q Yeti so much I added a 65Q for those longer weekends when I need my beverages and food to stay cold. Filled up the cooler for a long weekend with friends recently with beverages and ice. Was a very warm weekend, sunny in the 90's. A lot of opening and closing thru out the weekend and when I got home Sunday night and was unpacking, there was still ice in the cooler and the left over beverages were ice cold. Highly recommend the original brand in this space, but it is a little costly.

      Trustworthy Cooler

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

      I brought the cooler to the city of rocks for two days while there were highs of 85 degrees. I used five small ice packs which is on the lighter side but by the end of the trip they were all still frozen. It was great not having to worry about food spoiling or drinks getting warm. I was also able to carry the partially filled cooler by myself pretty comfortably but when fully loaded a friend might be needed to help. It was not tested by bears but it held off some aggressive chipmunks, seems totally indestructible!

      SO EXCITED!

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

      Bought this for my boyfriend's birthday, and he is PUMPED! We plan to take it on a week-long river trip next week, so fingers crossed that Yetis are as great as everyone says. I was on the fence between the 45 and the 65, and really glad I went with the 65. The inside is smaller than expected but perfect for what we need.

      Best Cooler ever!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      We recently too a trip to lake powell and spent a week out on a boat. without having a way to restock on ice, the Yeti was the perfect option. it kept ice the entire week that we were out there and all the way home. I dont know any other cooler that compares.

      THE BEST

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Took this cooler camping for ten days and I only put ice inside once. I love the design and color too. This cooler is heavy duty. Love the non slip bottom so you can through it on your boat or up in a camper and go. Highly recommend this.

      Goes The Distance

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This cooler is tough, and it works! I sit on it, stand on it, rely on it to keep stuff cold for 3+ days without changing the ice, and can still move and carry it in and out of my truck by myself fully loaded (just).
      As with most Yeti/competitors, you lose some space inside to get the long-lasting cool temps, but the 65 is a good compromise between the two. I honestly don't use the basket as it doesn't seem to work as well with the space and what I want to do with it - instead of ice which melts (though there is a drain at the bottom which gets out most of the water), I freeze water bottles and use a few Yeti ice packs which gets me through my trips just fine. I don't have to worry about getting a lot of water out and can easily remove them if I need more space. Anything I want to keep dry I put in a zip-lock and dry bag if needed. You could use the basket if you want.
      The separate system for locking the corners and attaching it to your truck if you are sleeping inside your vehicle, want more room, or are in bear country and need space (but honestly - don't leave the cooler right by your tent) works well and intuitively. The closures are rubber but tough, and I have no worry about them failing like I do with some other plastic and rubber parts on modern gear. I use the top as a cutting board and for food prep and it works well for that. The white marks up easily but who really cares? The no-slip feet do keep it really steady in the truck, but make it hard to drag out when full. Keep it near a door or the back of the bed.
      Good purchase. I've had mine for 3 years and it is still doing great.

      Let Me Tell You About This Yeti....

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I was in between the 45 and 65 and decided to go this route because of the actual storing size. Its perfect to pack up food and brews for a weekend car camp, or for the backyard BBQ. It fits perfectly in the back of my forerunner, and looks great also. It comes with a dry tray, which is handy when you dont want certain food sitting directly on ice. She holds 28 cans of liquid courage, or 34 pounds of straight ice ice baby. Handles are burly, and the drain works really well. I like that its not so huge that i cant carry it by myself if needed. When fully loaded, she gets pretty heavy... but if you are trying to travel and bring this thing anywhere but the car or camp spot, you might want to steer towards the BackFlip or Hopper.

      Best Cooler Out There

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Have used the 65 at numerous events over the past 12 months. So impressed with how the same bags of ice last for multiple days even in the blazing desert sun. Really easy to clean as well. Will be a Yeti user for life.

      Goes everywhere with me.

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      to the desert, to the resort, and everywhere else. Love the water drainage, and the metal divider! An absolute must for anyone who eats well on the go! I removed the plastic non-slip pads on the bottom for easy pull out of the truck bed!