The Tundra® 45 from Yeti® Coolers combines versatility with durability. This cooler is infused with that legendary YETI toughness, a durable rotomolded construction and up to three inches of PermaFrost™ Insulation. It's UV-resistant and damn-near indestructible.Read more
All Tundra models come standard with one dry goods basket.
Makes it armored to the core and virtually indestructible.
Extra-thick walls hold up to two inches of insulation for unmatched ice retention.
Pressure-injected commercial-grade polyurethane foam in the walls and lid makes sure your ice stays ice.
T-Rex™ Lid Latches
Heavy-duty rubber latches are made with patented technology so you'll never see another busted latch.
A freezer-quality gasket circles the length of the lid to block out the heat and lock in the cold.
Neverfail™ Hinge System
Two hinge pins and interlocking design prevent the hinge from ever breaking.
Anchorpoint™ Tie Down Slots
Molded tie-down slots for easy mounting to your boat, trailer, or truck bed.
Interlock™ Lid System
Creates a form-fitting barrier against the heat.
Stay out of the way and make carrying your catch seem less of a chore.
Military-grade polyester rope for extra durability.
Vortex™ Drain System
Leakproof, rugged, and designed for quick and easy draining.
Used this yesterday to take my family to the beach and while it has a slightly larger outside footprint than I like, the interior space is absolutely perfect for how I use this thing. I'll admit that I'm lazy and only use the ice from the refrigerator ice bucket to fill up the cooler for a day's worth of food and drinks and this keeps it cold all day long. I bought two of these for our longer camping trips but so far I've only used it on day trips and I have been happy. Definitely would buy again and yes, the cost is worth it. Buy it right once and never need another cooler again -- unless your kids steal it and take it off to college.
I don't really care that it's bear-proof -- we don't get many grizzlies in KY. It does, however, mean that it's durable, which is good as it slides around the bed of my truck while I navigate roadways full of idiots. It keeps ice longer than any other I've used and, as a fish biologist, I've used LOTS of coolers. It also keeps the dry stuff dry, which is nice. Finally, I use my coolers for transport of live fish for research. The Yeti seal is water-tight so I don't have to worry about fish in-transport. One drawback is that it's the heaviest cooler I've ever owned, but I guess that comes with lots of insulation and durability. All-in-all a solid investment that I expect to last a lifetime.