Introducing the yeti 18 oz and 36 oz bottles. The newest addition to the Yeti line up is the Rambler Vacuum bottles and these things rock! Durable 18/8 stainless-steel construction and double wall vacuum insulation keep your beverage of choice cold or hot while preventing condensation through its no sweat design. With an insulated Triplehaul cap, the bottles are designed to take on a float, hike, or anywhere else you might need a cold one (or three). The cap is comfortable to grip and 100% leak proof. Another nice new feature is the wide-mouth, over the nose opening that offers easy filling, drinking, and cleaning. Four of the 36oz bottles will keep a twelver cold for a long time and is a much easier way to keep your beverages cold and still be able to not have it in a cooler all day. Keep the empty growler in the fridge the night before and it is guaranteed to do the job all day on your next adventure.
Aside from keeping beer (or whatever else you want) cold, I can’t tell you how many times I have wanted a nice hot cup of coffee or some nice warm soup on those blustery winter days. Pairing the rambler bottle with the Yeti lowball is the perfect combo for all your on-the-go needs. This bad boy can do anything the other yetis can but on a larger scale. Coming in at 39.99 and 59.99 respectively you better be putting some great Colorado craft beer in these bad boys. Overall, we are very excited about these new bottles and can't wait to see what Yeti has in store for us next!
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