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    35 Reviews


    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

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

    Tech Specs

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    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!

    Worth every penny!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This cooler is worth every penny. The cooler is very durable and heavy. Carrying the full cooler is definitely a two person job! The handles and latches are durable and secure. I would suggest pre-cooling the cooler with ice packs the night prior to your trip. The cooler kept all my food/beer cold for 5 days with only 10 lbs of ice. The cooler comes with a wire basket for your more fragile items. Overall, an amazing buy!

    Bear Proof - Bomb Proof

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

    Buy the hype! This cooler is exactly what everyone says it is, AMAZING! Keeping ice cold for days, and keeping those bears out of your stuff is exactly what everyone needs in a cooler. I love the rope and rubber handles to carry this beast around. The 65 size option is great for a few days of camping, when full you may want two people to carry so you don't throw your back out though! This is the go to for camping excursions in a tent or trailer, everyone should have at least one Yeti Tundra!

    Can't beat it.

      I gave this as a wedding present stocked full of frost beverages.

      This is literally the highest quality product I've had the pleasure of putting my hands on. Two blocks of ice kept my cans cold for easily over a week in the dry dessert heat.

      I stand corrected!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Like many other people I knew about Yeti coolers and their costs before owning one. Likewise like many people I wasn't sure I could be convinced to spend $400 on a 65L cooler. That being said I did end up giving in and getting one after talking to many other people about their experiences. I recently got back from a 10-day fly-fishing trip up in Montana and the Yeti 65L Tundra kept all of my food and brews cold for the entire trip on only 30lbs of ice total!! I have been on many multi day trips and never had I seen a cooler keep ice for that long. I would highly recommend this product to anyone looking for a durable cooler that will see a lot of days in the field. This cooler is without a doubt worth its cost and I will most definitely be purchasing more YETI products in the future.

      This cooler, when full can be very heavy, I would recommend filling it as close as possible to its final destination.

      Ice cold

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Let me start with saying I was really hesitant about spending over $25 dollars on a cooler. In my mind I felt I could spend that money on so many other sweet gear but I had a week long camping trip as well as a river trip planned for my summer vacation. I hated how my cheap coleman would get nasty cooler water after two days and having to meal plan around what would keep. So I decided to invest in the Yeti. Boy am I happy. I can not stress enough how awesome this coolers is. I totally drank the cool aid and am a firm believer in yeti products. Not only did it keep ice for both trips but we were able to eat like kings. I kept meat milk and eggs with out worry that they would go bad. One downfall is the cooler can get heavy when fully loaded. Before you leave I recommend adding ice to the cooler the night before you leave. The first time I used it was straight out of the box. It was really hot (100 F) in salt lake at the time and it melted about half of the first bag of ice to cool down the inside, once cool inside it kept the remaining of the first bag and second cold for the rest of the trip.

      Best Cooler Ever...

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      We have numerous Yeti products and they are all amazing.!!! From packing the cooler with all our goods, checking it for a flight to the Bahamas and opening it up days later with everything still being nice and cool....well you just can't do that with any cooler. These can be securely locked to keep bears out or keep it from being swiped from your truckbed. Well worth the investment, hands down.

      He won't shut up about it

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I got this as a gift for my husband and he won't quit talking about it. He says it keeps ice for days longer than his old cheapie. He stands on it to fish, which is super dorky looking but seems to work pretty well. My only complaint is that when I was worried about bears in the Uintas he said "but then we could test the bear proofness of the Yeti!".


        This baby is a beast! I ended up purchasing the vertical divider straight from Yeti and it fits perfectly in the provided slot to keep food and drink separate.

        The only con is how heavy this gets when its full. I can carry it solo with great difficulty, but typically would need 2 people to carry it.

        Day 1 - Filled with 20lbs Ice and 36 beers for a day on the lake boating
        Day 2 - Took it up skiing at Snowbird for some closing day laps with the same ice and beer
        Day 3 - Left it in my garage with the same ice
        Day 4 - Didn't open the cooler
        Day 5 - Didn't open the cooler
        Day 6 - Same ice was still chilly and pretty melted

        Bear Proof

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I love this cooler--I got the Yeti 65 in blue and the color is beautiful. I was debating between the 65 and 50 and for 2 people for 3/4 days of camping this was the perfect size to hold food and beverages. For a quick weekend trip it may be too big but that just leaves more room for beers. The Yeti kept my fruits and veges fresh all weekend in 90 degree heat. I did keep the cooler in the shade so the ice wouldn't melt as fast however, at the end of the weekend I still had fresh ice for cocktails. 100% recommended. The price it worth it.

        You bought it

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        The hype and price of Yeti exists for a reason, it's hand down the most durable and well made cooler on the market. I recently went to southern utah for 4 days with my family of 5 and sustained our entire food needs on one 10lb bag of ice. When we got home, 3/4 of the bag was still completely frozen and whatever was left in the cooler was still as cold as it was on the first day. Completely satisfied.

        It's a YETI

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

        I have not used this cooler yet but everything I have read about it says it's the cooler for me. If your like me you like your food and brews cold. camping in the desert means that within a day the heat melts your ice and all you have left is warm brews and bad food and a cooler full of water. I bought this cooler so a few day camping trip and I will still have ice and cold drinks and my food will still be good. Good for tailgating and car camping.

        Finally got around to using this cooler this last weekend. Amazing cooler for sure.
        Kept all my drinks and food cold for 4 days. When I got home I wanted to keep my beer in it for a few more days just to test it out and see how long it would stay cold for. After this trip I just put in an order for another one.

        Fridge for the Boat

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        After using several coolers over the years, this is hands down the best. I resisted getting one for a long time, but finally bit the bullet and haven't looked back. This thing lives in my driftboat and is awesome for multiday trips on the river. Keeps drinks and food cold for days. Makes a great platform to cast from as well. Which I use a lot if I'm taking the boat out solo. Durable as a tank and if you don't have a Yeti stick on your brand new truck are you even really a fly fisherman?

        I would love to talk specifics on the product or pricing if you have questions.