The Yeti Hopper Cooler will keep your drinks chilled all weekend long

by - on July 16th, 2014

When we go on a weekend excursion, it’s always best to bring our own snacks and beverages rather than be gouged by local gas stations or eateries. The only problem is keeping said munchies at the right temperature. Going to the lake or on a weekend camp-out for a music fest is not always done in perfect weather.

If you wish you didn’t have to worry about the ice melting out of your cooler after an hour and constantly draining out water, then the Yeti Hopper Cooler might be a breath of fresh air. This is a bag with an inch of insulation on either side, an inch and a half on the bottom, and an air-tight zipper that will make sure nothing will spill out even if it’s upside down. While the inside of the bag is waterproof, the rest is water-resistant, so you don’t have to worry about a little rain or spilling something on it. The inside can hold up to 5.2 gallons, which means you’ll have plenty of room for snacks and drinks for a weekend or sunny afternoon.

There is a padded shoulder strap and handle straps for easy transport, and its squishy nature will make it far easier to stuff into a packed car (moreso than the rectangular plastic coolers). While this $299.99 bag would be perfect for the summer, it sadly won’t be available until October. If you’re really deadset on getting an insanely high-priced cooler bag, then you can put in your order now.

Available for pre-order on yeticoolers, found via dailymail

 

One review or comment

Mark Says: July 17, 2014 at 10:35 am

You do realize that there have been cooler bags that can hold ice for two days for a quarter of the price for like two years now, right? Just google igloo marine ultra cooler bags and there’s another company that makes this style of bag also but I can’t remember the name off the top of my head. Silly to buy into overpriced hype, especially since yeti doesn’t even make a number of days claim on this bag, but there’s a sucker born every minute so I suppose that explains it.

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