Yeti Rambler Tumblers

May 4, 2014

Category: Gear

We love the tagline for these Rambler Tumblers from Yeti: “Keep your drink as cold as science allows.” It’s like Yeti’s a little pissed about the freezing point being 32 degrees, and they’re gonna be passing around a petition to get it moved to 24 or something.

“Over-engineered” with kitchen-grade 18/8 stainless steel and double-wall vacuum insulation, these 20 oz. and 30 oz. Rambler Tumblers keep your beer colder than it’ll take you to drink it and your ice nice and icy two times longer than plastic tumblers. Of course come winter, these cups will also keep your coffee McDonald’s-lawsuit hot, so blow on it a bit before you sip, OK? The tumblers are BPA-free, so you can put any concerns about harmful chemicals to rest too. [Purchase]

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