Yeti Coolers Tundra 50 Cooler (Desert Tan) - YT50T |


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  • Yeti Coolers | Part Number: Y/CYT50T
  • Cooler / Fridge:Cooler
  • Color:Desert Tan
  • Fitment:Universal Fit


Compact with a smaller footprint, the YETI Tundra 50 cooler is the best tailgating buddy you could ever hope for, but also excels on short excursions. The recommended 32-can capacity will hold enough food and beverages for you and your friends to properly root for the home team or enjoy a night under the stars. We made this Tundra insulated ice chest extra deep so you can stack them high, and included self-stopping hinges to keep the lid propped open while you grab the next round. The Favre-esque ruggedness - we build it using the same roto-molded polyethylene material as whitewater kayaks - means it will last from football season to hockey season to baseball season, year after year. do not worry about it flying out of your truck in your haste to get to the stadium early: built-in tie-down slots let you ratchet it down for maximum beer security. If you would rather hit the water than the gridiron, you can use this cooler as a casting platform or seat while fishing. Using it as a camping cooler? You will appreciate the grizzly-proof construction

Customer Reviews

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963 Customer ratings
5.0 Amazing Endurance

I've had the 50 qt in my work truck since 2012. I've put this cooler through the ringer and haven't had any complaints. It holds ice, and works great as a step stool in a pinch

5.0 Best Yeti I’ve bought yet.

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Best one yet, I hate they are going to discontinue this size. It is perfect for the ballfied and camp outing.

from White Bluff, TN |
5.0 Great Cooler!

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Great product! Easy to carry and holds a everything you need!

from Madison, OH |
5.0 Expert advice from an HVAC Technician.

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I bought my Tundra 50 for the soul purpose of keeping my water and electrolyte beverages colder for longer periods of times without having to keep icing them down. My Tundra sits between the 2 front seats of my E-350 van with the optional hose bib drain connector and attached hose running through a "P-trap" and then exiting the vehicle. I did this so the cooler will self drain itself and the trap prevents warm air from entering the cooler through the drain. On other brand coolers I was using 30 lbs of ice a day, and my Tundra uses 30 lbs every 3 to 4 days dependant on the ambient air temperatures. In a vehicle here in Eastern North Carolina, temperatures can exceed 122*F easily, I have yet before now used a cooler that keeps my hydration needs nice and cold with less maintenance involved (putting more ice in) . This cooler has become the official cooler for the company I work for, 4 other co-workers have bought Tundras and set theirs up in various ways to their liking, because of the performance it delivers. I am very pleased with my purchase and look forward to everything the YETI company comes out with.

from Greenville, NC |
5.0 Wow the ice retention

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I just purchased a new boat it fish in the Atlantic off the coast of central Florida. We spent a good portion of the day trolling in the hot Florida sun. In the 65 quart cooler we had 40lbs of ice and in the 50 quart we had 2 20lbs bags. The first fish went into the fish box on board with 1/2 bag of the 20 lb the second fish went in and we covered it with ice I the box. This fish another 1/2 bag. About an hour later we added another 20lbs. As it melted we tapped into the 65 qt tundra and removed the 40 lb bag on the mahi-mahi and We started to head in as it was about 95 deg out. Both coolers held the ice so well it appeared that we just bought them. The fish box on board not so much.

from Cocoa Beach, FL |
5.0 Quality and More Quality

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I’ve got a Hopper 20 and Hopper 30 “soft coolers” and have never been disappointed with either one during my river and golf excursions. So I finally pulled the trigger and got the Yeti 50. And just like the Hoppers it’s better than advertised!! I’ll never go back to a $30.00 temporary cooler with cheap handles and cheap lids that just fail during regular use. Yeti has set the standard.

from Austin Texas |
5.0 Couldn't ask for a better cooler

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] As a fishing guide I work my coolers very hard, and demand to performance. I've tried other similar coolers but nothing stands up to the YETI.

from Dillon, MT |
5.0 Perfect size, and keeps it cold!

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Planned to purchase this to replace an older cooler, this being discontinued he just made me buy it sooner. Works great, and the extra height makes it a better use of space in the car.

from Waco, TX |

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YETI Coolers was founded over a decade ago and since then the company has been dedicated to bringing convenience and reliability to its line of coolers. YETI's Tundra and Roadie lines feature twice the insulation of typical coolers and keep ice longer so they are perfect for jeepers on fishing, boating or tailgating trips. Not to mention that their same insulation keeps heat inside as well if you want to keep items hot. Extensively tested in the field, they are durably constructed, high quality investments and 4WD carries different options for your personal uses. Headquartered in Texas, YETI also makes ramblers, hoppers, koozies and bottle openers so you'll be prepared for the long haul. Shop Yeti Coolers Now