YETI Tundra 35 Cooler


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The YETI® Tundra® 35 Cooler keeps your food and drinks cold longer while handling the bumps and bruises of your outdoor activities. One of the best insulated coolers on the market, the YETI Tundra 35 Cooler features 2'' of polyurethane foam insulation in the walls and lid and a freezer-quality sealing gasket to lock in the cold for long-term ice retention. Impressive durability is delivered by YETI's 1-piece, roto-molded construction and design. This top-quality cooler also offers many other features fans of YETI coolers appreciate, such as food-grade material construction, dry-ice compatibility, nonslip rubber feet, recessed leakproof drain plug, dry-goods rack, and a lockable lid. Heavy-duty T-latches with molded-in keepers fasten the lid securely. Molded-in, full-length, self-stopping hinges mean you never have to replace a hinge again. Strong rope handles make carrying this YETI cooler easier, while locking this cooler to a deck or boat is made easier with built-in slots for tie-down capabilities. The outer dimensions of the various Tundra models match many popular marine coolers, making it easy for you to upgrade your old marine cooler. 21''L x 16''W x 15.5''H. Weight: 20 lbs.

  • Heavy-duty, high-performance cooler
  • Extra-tough, 1-piece construction
  • Superior insulation
  • Freezer-style sealing gasket
  • Dry-ice-compatible
  • Heavy-duty lid T-latches
  • Full-length, self-stopping hinges
  • Nonslip rubber feet
  • Built-in slots for tie-downs
  • Great replacement for your marine cooler
  • Holds up to 20 cans

YETI Tundra ice chests have been thoroughly tested by the Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee (IGBC) of the US Forest Service in both controlled simulations and with wild grizzly bears. YETI Tundra coolers met IGBC requirements and have been officially approved by the IGBC as a bear-resistant container for use on public lands occupied by grizzlies.

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