YETI Roadie 20 Cooler

Item No. 14394-10020020000
$199.99
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14394-10020020000
The YETI Roadie® is BYOB's new best friend. Its ColdLock™ Gasket is built just like the Tundra's, so ice stays colder longer, and its No Sweat™ Design means you'll never be stuck mopping up a mess. With its compact body and rotomolded construction, this small but mighty outdoor cooler is ready to hit the road, whether you're in for a day of tailgating or kicking back at the ranch.


Features:
T-REX™ LID LATCHES
Heavy-duty rubber latches are made with patented technology so you'll never see another busted latch.
INTERLOCK™ LID SYSTEM
Creates a form-fitting barrier against the heat.
DOUBLEHAUL™ HANDLES
Military-grade polyester rope for extra durability.
ANCHORPOINT™ TIE-DOWN SLOTS
Molded tie-down slots for easy mounting to your boat, trailer, or truck bed.
COLDLOCK™ GASKET
A freezer-quality gasket circles the length of the lid to block out the heat and lock in the cold.
VORTEX™ DRAIN SYSTEM
Leakproof, rugged, and designed for quick and easy draining.
NEVERFAIL™ HINGE SYSTEM
Two hinge pins and interlocking design prevent the hinge from ever breaking.
LIPGRIP™ HANDLES
Stay out of the way and make carrying your catch seem less of a chore.
DOUBLEHAUL™ HANDLES
Military-grade polyester rope for extra durability.
VORTEX™ DRAIN SYSTEM
Leakproof, rugged, and designed for quick and easy draining.
BEARFOOT™ NON-SLIP FEET
Prevent sliding to keep your YETI in place.

Customer Reviews

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It’s the perfect size for a day trip!
Totally worth the money! We love our Roadie 20!
August 23, 2019
Purchased
3 weeks ago
Really like cooler didn't disappoint
August 16, 2019
Purchased
1 month ago
Cold Beer!
I have own this a few months and I could not be happier. Great for keeping my drinks cold as well as transporting fresh hot BBQ to family dinner. Highly recommend.
May 3, 2019
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nice product
it does what it says Its ColdLock™ Gasket is built just like the Tundra’s, so ice stays colder longer, and its No Sweat™ Design means you’ll never be stuck mopping up a mess. With its compact body and rotomolded construction, this small but mighty outdoor cooler is ready to hit the road, whether you’re in for a day of tailgating or kicking back at the ranch.
April 30, 2019
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Great product
I bought this and my dad stole it from me upon it being delivered. He used it for a family gathering, packed it with ice the night before and added beer the following afternoon, and the ice had barely melted. By our calculations, the last ice cube melted about 4 days after being put in the cooler
April 29, 2019
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Love it! Great features!!
Love it!!! Best money I have spent!!!!!!! I just love that there are so many color choices!!
April 29, 2019
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Still had ice after 96 hours
I got this cooler for my birthday. I used Yeti ice and real ice and loaded a 12 pack of bottled beer. (small complaint, if you use Yeti Ice the bottles need to lay flat so you can only fit 12. I drank a few beers each day and after 96 hours there was still solid ice. I can't imagine anyone needing more than 4 days for a cooler with a smaller capacity.
April 17, 2019
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Awesome coooler
Just bought the cooler for our road trip it’s been 9 hours since we loaded it with ice and it’s still there and our drinks are freezing !! Worth the money !! We still have Another 12 Hours to go I think it will hold up !
April 14, 2019
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Great features!
I bought this month ago and super happy I bought this one
My other big style we use for party
This small one I can take anywhere
Just love yeti cooler
April 8, 2019
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Better than I expected
I couldn't wait to get the roadie, bought it to put in the truck for extended periods of time can't wait to get to a ice cold water after a long day at work
March 31, 2019
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