YETI Tundra 35 Cooler – Ice Blue
- Portable enough for 1 person to haul
- 3 inch of permafrost insulation & fat wall design
- Built to be bear resistant
- The YETI Tundra 35 is portable enough for one person to haul while still having an impressive carrying capacity of up to 20 cans with a recommended 2:1 ice-to-contents ratio
- The Rotomolded Construction makes the Tundra armored to the core and virtually indestructible so wherever you decide to take it, this portable cooler’s sturdy construction will stand up to the rigors of the journey
- All Tundra coolers feature T-Rex Lid Latches constructed of heavy-duty rubber so you’ll never see another busted latch and has patented keeper technology
- The Tundra 35 dimensions are 21 in long x 16 in wide x 15 1/4 in high with an empty weight of 20 lbs NOTE: All Tundra models come standard with one dry goods basket.
The YETI Tundra 35 cooler is the ultra-portable model of our Tundra line, small enough to easily carry while still packing in up to 20 cans.
It’s the best road trip companion you’ll ever meet — some people even refer to it as their YETI Car Seat.
Thanks to 2 inches of cold-retaining insulation and extra-thick walls made from UV-resistant polyethylene, this cooler will keep your ice icy whether riding shotgun with you in the A/C, securely strapped to the back of your ATV, or basking in the sun on your boat.
Specification: YETI Tundra 35 Cooler – Ice Blue
21 x 16 x 15.5 inches, 20 pounds
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Michael S. –
Great cooler and lives up to the hype! Worth paying the extra money for it IMO. We had it out on a boat for 6 hours not shielded from the sun and it was mid 90s all day. Everything kept very cold and there was still plenty of ice and my ice packs were still practically bricks. Also very sturdy design, this thing easily doubles as a seat and looks like it could survive a nuclear blast with how thick it is.
Absolutely as good, if not better, than everyone says. I keep it in the bed of my truck 24/7 as I more or less live on the road and this thing has helped make that possible before I’m able to aquire more expensive equipment. Without electricity, a refrigerator is out of the question but with my Yeti, that’s fine! In the hotter months (NC, TN, GA) up to 95-105 degree temps, and little to no time in the shade, I’ve still had ice 48 hours later! And that’s the MINIMUM!!!Now it’s winter time and rarely above freezing (had a week or two down to the teens). I guess I’d never considered using a cooler in the winter, but it’s even come in handy in the cold, too. It seems to act to maintain temps rather than solely keep things cold because it’s kept my liquids from freezing while everything else in the bed freezes solid overnight in the exact same environment. And when dealing with 20 degree nights and 45-60 degree days, it’s kept everything in it at ideal temps! Drinks stay ice cold but never freeze!
I picked this up on Prime day for a monster deal. I immediately used it for a little road trip and LOVED IT! This cooler sees a lot of use now. The color is great. The cooler stays super chill. The drain plug screws in and can be made very tight to ensure you don’t suffer leaks, and is completely removable when ready to drain. The cooler is very easy to clean. I now keep it in the back of my SUV for Costco runs to keep the frozen items frozen until I get home, toss in a soda stash, or otherwise be road ready with fresh snacks.Highly recommend and would buy again. But, man are these pricey if you don’t snag a sale.
Justin Mailman –
We have used our yeti for quite a bit already! Camping. Check. Spontaneous road trip. Check. Tailgating for concert. Check. This cooler holds up under every condition, and what is better – it keeps your items ICE COLD for a LONG time! This particular size is also small enough to easily carry around or throw in the back of the car for a last minute adventure. Yet, it is large enough to hold MANY cans, bottles, food, etc. We love the ‘dry rack’ it came with as well!
michelle muske –
My husband loves it, we work in a gravel pit in south east Texas so it is in full sun 13+ hours a day. I would say he puts ice in it every 3-4 days.
Ms Pitman –
The cooler itself is fine. The problem lies with the seller. The cooler came in a beat up box with a noticeable knick right on the front lid. After that we noticed a strange discoloration inside the cooler. Even the bag holding the books looked discolored and worse for wear. It looked as if maybe it had been stored in a hot warehouse for YEARS or maybe even a fire. Crazy.
Too heavy,no difference from a cheap coolers ( concerning the degree of keeping the interior any cooler for a longer time ); impossible to slide on the car interior – to slide inside the car you need furniture sliders to glue at the corners.We gave it away.
Sean E. Kelleher –
I own the 35 and the 50-liter coolers. They are beasts! Rugged, durable, well-sealed, and keeps my ice icy for a few days of camping. Expensive, but no regrets.
Hazel Edwards –
This is my third Yeti cooler and I love it. We go up into the mountains every year and if packed properly, you can have hard ice cream on the fourth day!
Came quickly, as advertised.