Get Yeti for Christmas

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  1. Bowhunting.com Staff

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    Hard Pass

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    I am grabbing a gobox and one of the those lunch box things for my son.
    Yeti is a good company that supports conservation.
     
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    At those exorbitant prices they better support the sports that people using their product are involved in, in a big way.
    Douglas Krebs
     
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    I wonder, of the people that bad mouth Yeti, how many own them. My wife thought they were overpriced, until I got her the 30 oz rambler. Now it hardly leaves her side. Keeps ice water for 2 days. My Yeti 65 on the back porch still has ice in it from the Sunday after Thanksgiving.
    I know a lot of guys that bought something as good as a Yeti, but they never seem to preform as good as my Yetis. If I found something as good, I’d buy it.
    Yeti is also a BIG supporter of the RMEF.
     
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    There are plenty of companys in this is industry that charge high prices, regardless they dont do jack $hit to support hunting and the north American model of conservation.
    Yeti sponsors almost every major conservation organization and event.
     
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    BTW, you’ll love the GoBox! It’s bigger than it seems.
    The Rural King stores around here put all Yetis 40% off on Black Friday. Still are one sale. That’s why I had that 65 for sale, went a little overboard.
    Ended up selling it to my brother. He has several Yetis and bought a Lincoln brand. Hates it and wants another big Yeti. He tried to buy the 105 I just bought on sale.
     
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    You know how you can tell if somebody owns Yeti products? You don't need to know they will tell you within 5 minutes of meeting them.
     
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    Then explain the benefits of saddle hunting.

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    You can tell by all the stickers on my back window way before I can tell ya.

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    It's not about the money, in fact it's just the opposite, if I can't drink my coffee before it goes cold I want (and can afford) a fresh cup.


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    I like having hot coffee waiting for me after a morning hunt, without driving 10 miles back in town.
    Here’s an idea, if you don’t like Yeti, don’t buy one. Don’t insult people who choose to buy a product you don’t like. I’m spending my money, not yours.
    And I don’t have a Yeti sticker on my truck. Pope & Young, RMEF, AES and WapitiTalk yes, no Yeti.
     
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    Any what exactly did I say that "insulted you"? Don't worry this is a safe space

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    Didn’t say it was you Fix, and believe me, I don’t need a safe place. That was an insult BTW.
     
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    Insulted Yeti consumers unite, saving ice every where.
     
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    Didn’t say I didn’t like yeti just stated that at those prices one would hope a company would support their supporters. I happen to have a couple yeti products.
    Douglas Krebs
     
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    I have 2 yeti ramblers that are absolutely worth every penny. The smaller one I ordered online for 35$ and I got a cool North Dakota ice fishing logo sketched in on one side and my name on the other side. My favorite coffee and water mug ever. Coolers on the other hand in my opinion are way overpriced. I have an Engel cooler that will hold ice longer than my buddies yeti every time we go out....
     
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    Why no love for the yetis?! Is it like the Sitka gear bashing? I have a yeti cooler, it’s the soft zipper one and works great on the boat in the summer, won it at a charity auction. The company Rtic makes some excellent coolers at affordable prices for someone that doesn’t want to be a “cool guy” and have a yeti, but it’s similar in design and quality.
     
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    I wonder what type of plastics are used to make these coolers. Most are not recyclable. They state you can recycle products because one part of them is made out of actual recyclable plastic. I wonder if when your cooler is finally worn out after years of use if these can even be recycled or if we are producing millions of tons of plastic that we will never be able to get rid of....
     
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    Is Rtic compatible with dry ice? I know Yeti is, but some of the knockoffs are not.
     

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