We all know that friend who brings everything but the kitchen sink on trips, but you're about to put them to shame when you load up the Yeti Tundra 210 Cooler with just about anything and everything you could possibly want, or need. This beast of a cooler is one of the largest offerings in the Tundra lineup and has the ability to carry upwards of 208lbs of ice and 140 cans of beer using a 2:1 ice ratio, so you won't want to go tailgating without it. Don't get too overwhelmed by the shear size of the Tundra 210, though, because its space-saving design allows it to carry the maximum amount of food and beverage.The Tundra 210 may be big, but it's still a Yeti, so you can expect the same ice for days performance thanks to the two-inch Permafrost insulation and nearly indestructible roto-molded polyethylene exterior. The gasket-style closure is secured by two durable rubber pulls, so you won't have to worry about any cool air escaping once you secure the lid. And just in case a bear musters up the strength to try and pick this beast up, that bear's going to have a helluva time getting inside thanks to the Tundra's bear proof design. You're going to need a hand moving this cooler around once its loaded up, so Yeti threw in two military-grade polyester rope handles, so you and your strongest friends can get this thing to and from the back of the truck as easy as possible, just remember to reward yourselves with an ice cold beer once you're done courtesy of the Tundra 210.
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