YETI Hopper Two 40 Cooler

YETI Hopper Two 40 Cooler
$399.99
Hopper Two 40 Cooler by YETI
Price subject to change | SKU: YET001X

YETI Hopper Two 40 Cooler

You're a hopeless romantic, and not in the conventional sense. You are utterly in love with the quiet solitude and incredible beauty of life from behind two oars. Now that's all fine and dandy, but you can't subsist on gorgeous panoramas alone. Thanks to the Yeti Hopper Two 40 Cooler, you're able to drink in the views and satiate your hunger and thirst as you make your way downstream. Much like its elder cousin, the Hopper, the Hopper Two 40 features a Yeti backed and bound construction, so you know it's built to last. Though, to differentiate the two, the designers at Yeti listened to your calls for a more ergonomic design and answered with the Hopper Two. To start, Yeti equipped the Hopper Two 40 with a more easy to load and unload opening, so you're able to access your vittles with ease, and the updated body shape makes for a more convenient hauling experience. Additionally, the Yeti Hopper Two 40 features added visibility and better cold-holding power, assuring that your sensitive sustenance stays cold for longer. The Hopper Two stays true to its original design in a few different ways; the cooler is fortified with the waterproof and leakproof DryHide, while the ColdCell insulation keeps your choice in sensitive sustenance cold and fresh for up to four days. The tenacious construction is backed by a super durable, waterproof, and leakproof HydroLok zipper that safeguards your precious cargo and doesn't even bat an eyelash when push comes to shove. Not to mention, the Hitchpoint Grid allows you to customize your Hopper by attaching a bottle opener, carabiner, or an extra set of brass nards should that whitewater be a little spicier than anticipated.

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