YETI Hopper Two 30 Cooler

YETI Hopper Two 30 Cooler
$349.99
Hopper Two 30 Cooler by YETI
Price subject to change | SKU: YET001W

YETI Hopper Two 30 Cooler

There's no denying it: good beverages and equally good food are surefire ways to bring people together. So when you can't rustle up something in the kitchen or pull an ice-cold beer from the fridge, make sure you're at least grabbing your choice in sustenance from a Yeti Hopper Two 30 Cooler. Built to carry the likes of sandwich fixings, salami logs, and cold brews, the Hopper Two features the same dependable construction that you've come to know and love from Yeti, but with a newly renovated design. This time around, Yeti put the comfort and efficiency at the forefront of the Hopper Two. Starting with its updated body shape, the Hopper Two assures a more comfortable hauling experience, and the more girthy zippered opening ensures that you're able to access and pack your edibles with ease. Additionally, the Hopper Two has more cold-holding power, so your beer and meat snacks stay colder for longer. Though, in typical Yeti fashion, the Hopper Two is equipped with the totally waterproof and leakproof DryHide, while the ColdCell insulation keeps your choice in sustenance not only cold, but fresh (think, four days and more). The tenacious construction is then backed by the equally as tenacious, waterproof, and leakproof HydroLok zipper, which safeguards your precious cargo. Not to mention, the Hitchpoint Grid allows you to customize your Hopper by attaching a bottle opener, carabiner, or an extra pair of beer goggles. So what are you waiting for' Unveil that homemade brew and jerky--you're sure to have worked up an appetite reading this description.

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