Yeti Hopper Flip

Jul 13, 2016

Category: Gear

Anyone who’s spent time outdoors is certainly aware of Yeti coolers. From the beastly Tundra coolers to their Hopper -which comes in several sizes for extended camping stays- to their all-around high-quality material built for outdoors. Now, the brand we all know and respect is planning on releasing a smaller yet just-as-durable version of the Hopper cooler. It’s called the Hopper Flip.

Outfitted in a cube shape, the Flip can house up to 12 pounds of ice by itself or about 12 beers covered in the frozen stuff. It’s perfect for day trips to the beach, lake, or even as a lunch box at the office. Don’t let the miniature size fool you either, it’s constructed just like its larger cousins with a ColdCell foam insulation on the sides, bottom, and lid of the Flip. And to prove they aren’t messing around, Yeti even threw in a three-year warranty on top of everything. Interested? You should be. It’s set to be released August 25 for $280. [Purchase]

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