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Tundra 65 Cooler

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

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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>Rating: 5

Get what you pay for

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

We love this cooler, its a bit pricey but worth every penny. Keeps ice all weekend long. Highly recommend.

>Rating: 5

Amazing cooler

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I love these coolers this is my second one in this size, also have a yeti 45. i love the 65 when i go out camping with family or friend for a couple days it hold plenty of food and the ice doesn't melt even on the hot days. yes they are a little pricey but def worth it.

>Rating: 5

Spendy but GREAT

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

Yeti doesn't disappoint. Bought this for an upcoming hunting trip in Idaho...can't wait to share photos of this in action!

>Rating: 5

Love it

Best cooler ever, well worth the price!

>Rating: 5

love it

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

love it

>Rating: 5

Yeti is the best around!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Perfect for keeping things cold but beware all that insulation makes these heavy when fully loaded.

>Rating: 5

Yeti is the best around!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Perfect for keeping things cold but beware all that insulation makes these heavy when fully loaded.

>Rating: 5

Boom

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

This thing is a yeti, so do you really need to ask if it keeps your stuff cold? The thing is tough, and works. My only gripe is the insulation is pretty thick so it really cut's down on useable space. This is the cooler for long trips, or really icing things. If you want a junk cooler for tailgating or back-yarding, you could save some dough over at the Stanley booth. If you want the real deal, get this.

>Rating: 5

universal

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

love this cooler, it fits perfect in my raft for overnight fishing trips. keeps everything out that i dont want in it.

>Rating: 5

Best of the Best

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

If you're thinking about buying this cooler, think no more. BUY IT! This thing has kept food items cold and ice frozen for multiple days on a camping trip in the summer. In the desert. Yeti makes some fantastic products and this is by far the best. The no slip grips are wonderful when keeping this thing on a smooth surface. The drain is also in a perfect place and is easy to open and close.

>Rating: 5

Ice Ice Baby

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I used to grab blocks of ice for my coolers to last a weekend trip to the desert. Now only a small bag of ice is needed and I'm set without worry.

>Rating: 5

Simply The Best

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Perfect for weekend car camping - gone are the days of waking up to soggy food. Being able to stay in camp and cook up a good breakfast instead of running for ice is totally worth it!

>Rating: 5

Just Perfect!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I went back and forth between buying the 45 size vs the 65. Ultimately we decided on the 65 and I'm glad we did. Works great for 2 people for 4 days. We've used it on 2 day trips as well and I thought it was still a great size for the amount of food and drink for 2 people. If you are on the fence about getting the 45 or the 65 and there are 2 of you and typically you go camping for 2 or more nights I would get the 65. The only thing to consider is that these coolers are heavier than traditional coolers and when they are full of ice and food it will take 2 of you go get it in and out of the car.

>Rating: 5

Pay For What You Get

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I recently took an 8 day van camping trip through Yellowstone with this cooler as a loaner. After having a week plus to test this beast, I had to pick up a couple for myself. My block ice lasted the full trip, and my produce stayed as fresh as if were in a Sub Zero. Well worth the premium price.

>Rating: 5

Expensive, but worth it

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Keeps the everything cold for whole weekend. Doesn't leak. Solid build quality, expect to get years out of this thing.

>Rating: 5

Great Cooler

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

I thought that the Yeti was overpriced, and maybe it is. I wanted a cooler that would last forever so maybe I paid a bit more. I have more confidence in the Yeti holding up and keeping things cool! I've only used it once since purchasing. Ice hardly melted overnight! No regrets on the purchase!!

>Rating: 5

So Cool, Great Bench

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

The normal benefits of these coolers have been discussed plenty, so I'll discuss something silly I love about these. They make a great seat! Cheaper coolers, whether they keep your ice or not, are no trusty benches. The tops sag, and even break sometimes, making for uncomfortable seating and compromising their ability to keep stuff cold. These yeti coolers have a super rigid top that makes for a nice solid seat, handy when your deadbeat friend who forget their chair slips into yours while you're up. Probably up grabbing them a beer cause they forgot those too... but hey they're a nice person so whatever. If you're that friend who always covers those deadbeat friends when you're off the grid, this cooler is an important part of the arsenal. If you're that deadbeat friend, who somehow always needs something and just can't quite seem to remember what happened last time... this cooler could turn your whole life around. You could be that other guy/gal, handing out cold beers and graciously letting others enjoy your chair while you perch proudly atop your Yeti Tundra 65.

>Rating: 5

Perfect Size

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

This cooler has been the perfect size for weekend car camping adventures with food for 2-3 people. Still able to be lifted, sometimes carried, by one strong human. Fits in my wagon cart when needing to transport longer distances too. Multi-use as a seat or table top for enjoyed fun.

>Rating: 5

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.

>Rating: 5

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.

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I home brew and am looking for a cooler with internal capacity large enough to fit a 1/6th barrel keg to transport from coast to coast of Florida. would a 1/6th barrel fit, or what's the measured internal dimension of available space on yet coolers? thank you.

>Rating:

I home brew and am looking for a cooler with internal capacity large enough to fit a 1/6th barrel keg to transport from coast to coast of Florida. would a 1/6th barrel fit, or what's the measured internal dimension of available space on yet coolers? thank you.

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Does the 20% discount apply to yeti 65 cooler?

It did for me tonight when I ordered it...

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Does this come with the Tundra Cooler basket?

Yes, it is included with the cooler