Yeti Hopper

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Yeti is known for building some of the absolute best coolers on the planet. Problem is, sometimes a big bulky cooler is just overkill for what’s on the agenda. With that in mind, the brand created the Yeti Hopper.

Just like your favorite Yeti cooler, this thing was designed to keep your ice frozen for days. But unlike your traditional Yeti cooler, this thing is a shoulder bag built for people on the go. Considered the brand’s first soft-sided cooler, the Hopper has been equipped with a sealed waterproof and airtight drysuit zipper, and features a 5.2 gallon capacity. The outside of the bag is also constructed from a durable, completely waterproof material. The cooler bag is expected to release this October, and you better believe that it will be a hot holiday item for Yeti. [Purchase]

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