Yeti Cooler Casket

Apr 2, 2014

Category: Gear

Yeti coolers are known for their rugged and virtually indestructible construction. Come to think of it, isn’t that what most of us want in a casket as well?

Prepare for your final trip to the great outdoors with this Yeti casket. Built with roto-molded polyethylene walls and 2 inches of PermaFrost insulation, your corpse will avoid the rapid rotting so often seen in other caskets. It’s also certified grizzly-proof, so your family will always rest easy, knowing a massive bear is not gnawing on your nose at any given moment. The satin camouflage interior will be the envy of every single Duck Dynasty member, and the hard plastic sliding feet make it easy for your buddies to throw you in and out of the F-150. Trick it out with a gun rack or fishing rod holder if you so desire. It’ll run you $4,114 (get it?), but hey, this is eternity we’re talking about here.

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