Yeti Tundra 45 White: A Game Changer for Families

Yeti Tundra 45 White: A Game Changer for Families

Have you ever lugged a heavy cooler down to the beach, or your campsite by yourself? It’s not easy stretching your arms around the cooler, as you awkwardly try to peer around it to see where you are walking. Then, an hour or two later, you sneak your hand inside the lid to grab an ice cold beverage, only to find that half of your ice has already melted, and your snacks and drinks are now just floating in lukewarm water. It can be so infuriating! Now you don’t have to worry about that, thanks to the Yeti Tundra 45!

How It’s Made

The Yeti 45 is constructed of extra thick walls on all four sides. Inside the walls, and even the lid is a commercial grade polyurethane foam, that insulates the cooler. This allows it to keep the temperatures inside ice cold. The outside of the cooler is nearly indestructible, so if you drop it, or bump into something with the cooler it won’t dent or crack.

Technology & Features

Unlike most coolers, the Yeti has a gasket along the lid, so when sealed, it helps keep the hot air out, and cold air in. This means that you can go days without replacing the ice, during even the hottest temperatures. One of my favorite features is the military grade rope handles, that make carrying the cooler a breeze. The latches are extra special as well. They are made of a heavy rubber that won’t crack after multiple uses, like plastic latches do. Also noteworthy are the hinges. The hinges are designed to interlock so they will never break!

Keeps Your Supplies Cold – B.B.

I’d say using the Yeti Tundra 45 is a game changer. Going camping, fishing, or traveling just got a whole lot easier. We take our Yeti Tundra 45 with us wherever we go. Soon, you’ll understand that you can’t live without yours either.



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Jess Weaver is a work at home mom and wife. She's been married to Ryan for nearly 8 blissful years. She has three adorable and rowdy sons. Benjamin- 6, Isaac- 4, and Josiah-2 and a baby girl on the way! If you would like to contact Jess you can do so by clicking the contact me button on her website www.jessleewrites.com

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