Yeti Cooler, on Wheels, Tundra Haul
- The Haul is the first-ever YETI cooler on wheels. Perfect for taking the Tundra’s legendary toughness and unmatched insulation power the extra mile
- NeverFlat Wheels – A solid, single-piece tire construction that is impact- and puncture-resistant
- StrongArm Handle – A durable welded aluminum arm with comfortable grips. The curved design tracks left or right for heel-friendly towing
- Rotomolded Construction – Makes it armored to the core and virtually indestructible
- Permafrost Insulation – Pressure-injected commercial-grade polyurethane foam in the walls and lid makes sure your ice stays ice. Note: Tundra Haul is not compatible with the dry goods basket
Our coolers are at home on the dock, at the ranch, in the blind, or on the boat, and the YETI Tundra Haul is no exception.
It’s our most versatile cooler, just as adept at keeping your catches cold in the field as it is storing the drinks and food for your backyard barbecue.
This ice chest is plenty roomy and can hold a limit of redfish or your prized brisket without breaking a sweat.
Specification: Yeti Cooler, on Wheels, Tundra Haul
28.5 x 19.5 x 21 inches
43.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
8 reviews for Yeti Cooler, on Wheels, Tundra Haul
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Carl R. Vick –
Didn’t get mine on Amazon, I knew somebody that knew somebody that could get it from a vendor. Anyhow, I was someone that would not buy a Yeti until it had wheels, unsure why it took so long for such a heavy cooler to have wheels. I guess if you have the money to but Yeti, you probably have friends to help you carry a cooler, when fully stocked, is well over 100lbs. Now, I have friends…not a total loser, but my friends have Yeti’s and at the end of the day, when we move Yetis around, I have ruined my buzz and my heart rate peaks out at 180 bpm. Well, this solves a lot of problems. Fully stocked, one hand totting…guess what I do with my other hand while totting…WHATEVER I WANT…So if you want the same Yeti performance that’s easy to transport…no brainer…get it. To me it’s the only Yeti worth the money. Yeti will evolve this as they gain in popularity. So the folks that want cutting boards, dry storage, WiFi and world peace with their Yeti…just wait…Yeti will make it…
steve r. –
Typical Yeti. Overbuilt, great quality and will work for years. Except the wheels- Don’t like the cheap wheels from a kids toy on a $400 cooler. Come on Yeti, how about something with rubber tread that won’t make lots of noise on hotel lobby floors.This is my 5th hard cooler (25, 35, 65, and a 105). Also own plenty of jugs and cups.
It’s a yeti. You’ll pay a ton and get the absolute best cooler on the market. From the cut outs on the lid so it stays strapped in the truck; to the fact it keeps ice for 8 days, what more could you want? Its sturdy, doesn’t move around in a truck bed (without straps), holds 2 20 lbs bags of ice… And a doggy. Lol best purchase this year.
john nadeau –
I personally like it the only thing I was disappointed in is how long it held ice 7 days I personally don’t understand the dry goods basket cutting board the why someone would work rated at a 3 it’s a cooler and it does what it should
sandra h. catten –
Food stays cold for days. The only drawback is it’s very heavy even when empty so lifting it full into a vehicle is a 2 person job.
This is a really good cooler. Yeti has a lot more competition on the market these days so they better watch out. Kong makes a great contender for the Tundra 65 and ROVR makes a great competition for the Haul.I didn’t get this cooler on Amazon. I got it from a local Recreational Equipment company that was having an Anniversary sale so I saved a good chunk of money. Still, I buy a lot of things on Amazon and read the Amazon reviews so wanted to contribute my findings regarding a dry storage bin.I’d read online that Cabela’s 80/100qt. Dry rack works, but after trying some spare storage bins around the house (and at Walstore) I found some .97¢ 6 qt. Sterilite Dry bins and an 8qt. Sterlite dishpan (maybe $6 or $7, don’t remember) which fit perfectly. However, the cooler doesn’t close properly if you try to use the lids on the 6qt bins. FYI. The Sterilite bins say they are 14″ long but I measured them and they are only 13.5″. Perfect fit. The 8qt doesn’t slide around when the lid is closed and is a bit snugger fit. I like that it takes up about half of the cooler opening – goes right up to the divider slot. If I make a cutting board slider it will be a nice way to organize. Also, the 8qt seems like it will be a good mold for a block of ice covering the bottom of the cooler. Dual purposes!I’ve attached photos of the bins and their lookup info. Stay cool and stay happy humans.
So happy with this! It held ice for 8 days (watery ice mixture), but still kept drinks very cold.
Tony K –
This ice chest is built to last and to actually keep things cold. After having our fridge go out and using a couple of ice chests we had until a part came in to fix it, I realized that regular ice chests are not up to the job. These two well known brand ice chests couldn’t keep ice from melting even in a day and this was with keeping them in the house! I decided to get the Yeti as a piece of emergency equipment. It looks awesome! Haven’t tried it yet, but you can clearly see that this is a unit that is actually going to work. It will be great for parties – to keep drinks cold outdoors, for camping and sailing as well. Very high quality.