YETI Introduces New Rambler Bottle Collection

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Austin, Texas (January 7, 2016) — YETI, a leading premium cooler and drinkware brand, proudly introduces a new addition to its Rambler drinkware series: the YETI Rambler™ bottles collection. Built for rough roads and tough environments, bottles will be available in three sizes – 18oz/36oz/64oz – and are created to endure the extremes.

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The YETI Rambler™ bottles are built for untethered adventure, from the backcountry to the boat deck – wherever ice cold or piping hot beverages are needed. Over-the-Nose™ technology makes for easy loading, drinking, and cleaning, while the TripleHaul™ cap provides a comfortable grip and is 100% leakproof. Each bottle includes the benefits of all YETI Rambler™ products, like 18/8 kitchen grade stainless steel, double wall vacuum insulation, and a No Sweat™ design.

“We continue to expand our drinkware series to meet the demands of our owners and fans. Rambler bottles fill a needed space in our line,” said YETI co-founder Roy Seiders. “Like all YETI products, the bottles have proven to keep drinks colder longer, but its ability to keep beverages hot over time shows the versatility inherent to the Rambler series. We’re excited about the dual use of these Rambler bottles.”

The entire collection will be available Spring 2016 through authorized dealers and on yeti.com. The Rambler 18oz bottle will retail for $39.99, the Rambler 36oz bottle for $59.99 and the Rambler 64oz bottle for $89.99.

About YETI
YETI builds indestructible products that keep ice for days. Founded in Austin, Texas in 2006 by sportsmen Roy and Ryan Seiders, YETI is a leader in the premium cooler category, and has successfully expanded into premium drinkware, soft coolers, and branded apparel. Professional hunters, anglers, outdoor adventurers, and BBQ pitmasters trust YETI to stand up to the world’s harshest conditions. For more on the company and its full line of products and accessories, visit yeti.com.

For more information, contact:
Eric Henderson, Backbone Media
eric.henderson@backbonemedia.net

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