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Yeti YT160

Yeti Tundra 160 Cooler

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•  Available only in white
•  Length: 45" Width: 18 7/8" Height: 21 3/16" - 54 pounds
•  Capacity: 37.5 gallons (150 quarts)
•  One-piece, roto-molded construction is extremely durable
•  YETI®'s proprietary Permafrost™ Insulation is pressure-injected, giving you exceptional thermal resistance for unmatched ice retention
•  Includes Wire Basket for dry goods
•  T-Rex™ Lid Latches, with patent-pending technology and molded-in keepers, keep your lid securely closed and are built to last
•  The YETI® ColdLock™ Gasket minimizes unwanted air exchange, locking out heat while sealing in cold
•  NeverFail™ Hinge System includes a full-length, integrated hinge that is selfstopping and will not break
•  FatWall™ Design features extra-thick walls designed to house added insulation for maximum ice retention
•  BearFoot™ Non-Slip Feet, are made from non-marking rubber and help keep your cooler where you put it and up off of hot surfaces
•  InterLock™ Lid System enables lid to interlock with the cooler body, creating an essential form-fitting barrier between your contents and outside elements
•  AnchorPoint™ Tie-Down Slots are molded into cooler body for solid mounting
•  DoubleHaul™ Handles, with textured grips and marine-grade nylon rope, make carrying a loaded cooler easier for two people
•  Integrated LipGrip™ Handles make solo carrying easier, save valuable space, and won't get in the way
•  Vortex™ Drain System has a screw-in, gasketed drain plug that allows for easy draining while partially opened and guarantees leak-proof reliability
•  BullDog™ Strap Guides allow for your cooler to be securely racheted down while being hauled or transported
•  Constructed of food-grade material that is Dry Ice Compatible™ and UV-resistant
•  Integrated padlock ports make it easy to bear-proof your YETI®
•  FREE SHIPPING anywhere in the Contiguous US. Return shipping is the customer's responsibility
•  Imported
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Tundra 160 Cooler (#YT160) is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 71.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great size!! Great size for the things I want to do with it! It will be great for car camping and long weeks at bow camp! Can't wait to try it out.
Date published: 2017-01-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best on the market I have owned several Tundra Yeti as a professional guide service in Alaska and are the best on the market.
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from HUGE Thrilled with the size. Can't wait to put it to use.
Date published: 2016-11-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fits perfectly between the bedrails of my Ram 2500 I bought my Tundra 160 a few weeks ago, its great quality, perfect fit and the right height to use as bench.
Date published: 2016-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect way to age meat Got one of these for a recent elk hunting trip as I was going to process myself instead of taking it in to a meat processor. We almost fit the entire elk into it in quarters, and may have been able to had we played Tetris with it some. Fit the entire thing deboned no problem and fits plenty of ice to age the meat for 10 days. Just drain the little water every few days And top off with another bag! Just as good as hanging in a walk in!
Date published: 2016-10-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent All Around Cooler I purchased this cooler as a birthday present for my avid hunter husband. He just returned from a 10 day Bow hunting trip raving about his Yeti cooler! Strong, durable, and kept cold ice for 10 days!
Date published: 2016-09-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rugged, sturdy construction and built to last!! I bought the Tundra 160 a couple of weeks ago before my annual trek to Maine for 11 days. I only spent $30 on ice for the entire trip! The cooler stayed in the back of my truck the whole time, and even in the full sun at times. Everything stayed ice cold and the baskets kept all the things that I didn't want to get wet perfectly cold and dry. I have been saving my pennies for a while to make this purchase and it is well worth it. I would, and do on a regular basis, highly recommend Yeti Tundra coolers to all my friends and family.
Date published: 2016-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Yeti Spotted In Nor-Cal I received the Yeti 160 as a gift from my wife after the birth of our son. The first time I used the cooler was for a 6 day camping trip in the Sierra Nevada and the cooler far exceeded my expectations. On the trip to our destination the cooler was in direct sunlight on a 105 degree day in an uncovered trailer for over 4 hours. The remainder of the trip we were at a campground at around 4000 ft. where the day time highs were in the 90's and the overnight lows were in the 60's. To make a long story short after 12 days I still had 6 or 7 half melted 10lbs blocks of ice left. How I packed my cooler was as follows. A week before my trip I purchased 80 lbs of loose ice and 8-10lb blocks and stored them in my chest freezer @ 20 below zero. Also at the same time I pre-chilled beer, sodas, water and froze any meat that was going as well. I left my Yeti in the house for a few days in the air conditioning to ensure it was at room temperature and not overheated from the 100+ degree temperatures outside. Then two days before I had to pack the coolers I placed 40 lbs of ice in the cooler to pre-chill it. I then disposed of that ice when I packed the cooler. I packed the cooler by placing 4-4lb Yeti Ice and 2-1lb Yeti ice at the bottom and I put 10 lbs of dry ice in the spaces. Then I put 6 or 7 (I can't remember) 10lb blocks of ice on top of the Yeti Ice. Then added all of the pre-chilled food and frozen meat. After that I filled in all the gaps with around 40 lbs of loose ice. The ice took up alot of space but the cooler is so big it didn't matter. We had food and drinks for 6 people for 6 days. (Yeti 75 was full of beer also) As the days went by the non Yeti coolers ran out of ice and we starting moving items from those coolers into my 160. I had the cooler in the shade the whole time under my pop up and was opened and used a lot each day. After we returned from our trip the cooler was left in the 120 + degree garage for another 6 days full of drinks and ice. When I emptied the cooler on day 12 there was still plenty of ice, cold water and frosty drinks.
Date published: 2016-07-13