YETI Bolsters Its Beloved Roadie Cooler with Puncture-Resistant Wheels

Jul 12, 2022

Category: Gear

YETI’s popular Roadie cooler has long been one of the most appealing in the brand’s accomplished lineup. Now, the Austin-bred manufacturer is bolstering its mainstay cooler by tacking on a set of sturdy wheels and two new large sizes, assuring that it’s perfect for life on the go.

The upgraded take on the cooler is available in much larger configurations than the standard Roadie 24, with the Roadie 48 and Roadie 60 both providing more than enough room for all of your ice-cold drinks and snacks. We’ll start with the Roadie 48, a remarkably durable piece of gear tailored toward tailgates, barbecues, and more. It offers a capacity of up to 41 cans and is sturdy as a rock thanks to its thick, insulated walls and YETI’s patented RockSolid strength that provides armor to the core and makes the cooler virtually indestructible.

The Roadie 60 features basically the same composition as the 48 but even more space, with room for as many as 10 more cans for a whopping total of 51. Additionally, each option offers 13” of internal height, which is the perfect amount of space to fit a pair of wine bottles or two-liter beverages. Each cooler also features several signature YETI elements, including puncture-resistant Neverflat wheels, Bearfoot non-slip feet, and a dolly-like Periscoping handle for easy maneuvering.

Whether you’re gearing up for a beach day or need something to take to your friend’s cookout, you can’t go wrong with YETI. The outdoor brand’s Roadie 48 and Roadie 60 Wheeled Coolers are available on its web shop today, starting from $450.

Purchase: $450+

Photo: YETI

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