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Yeti Hopper

Yeti are known for making some of the toughest coolers on the planet, they are the ultimate in design, performance, and durability. But sometimes carrying a giant cooler can be a difficult task and seems like overkill. With this in mind Yeti have created the Yeti Hopper, an ideal solution for short trips, instead of running around with a giant cooler in the fierce heat, you can just throw this shoulder bag on your back, or sling it into a canoe. The soft-sided cooler has a 5.2 gallon capacity and is sealed with a waterproof drysuit zipper. The inside insulation cell is thick enough to keep the ice solid for several days. The Yeti Hopper is expected to be available from October this year.



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