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YETI Launches the YETI  Rambler 20 oz Tumbler in CAMO

The YETI Rambler has proven over the years that it has a great design and fantastic insulation. It also comes equipped with the YETI MagSlider Lid. The YETI Rambler has a new color launch in camo starting today. We have tested this new color out this last week and we like it. Who doesn’t like camo and YETI together in one amazing rambler?

The YETI Ramblers are BPA-free, dishwasher safe and have a No Sweat Design which keeps your rambler in your hands dry and secure. The YETI is covered in Dracut which is the durable coating that won’t fade, peel, or crack no matter what you put your Rambler through. The YETI Rambler Tumber 20 oz stands at 6 7/8 inches tall and has a lip diameter at 3 ½ inches. These fit in standard sized cup holders.

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The MagSlide magnetic lid is great for long term day to day use of the tumbler. The lid does not provide 100% leak proof but it is close. Of course, you can choose any color but the new Camo is pretty sweet, and might be a limited edition colorway like some of the colors in the past. This new model has been keeping my coffee warm on my desk and in my vehicle on hunts for the last 10 days. My YETI Rambler tumblers have been in use for quite a few years. They have been washed in my dishwasher hundreds of times. We have dropped our tumblers a number of times and our 20 oz. tumbler has never dented. Our YETI 30 oz. Rambler Tumbler has been dented on the inside by a direct hit to the YETI Straw and the bottom of the tumbler was slightly dented but still works to this day.

If you are looking for one of the highest quality tumblers on the market, the YETI Rambler Tumbler 20 oz. is the one you start out with. Then add a 30 oz. to your collection for extra summer thirst quenching.  Check out the launch of the YETI CAMO RAMBLER and take advantage of Cyber Monday Deals.

Kevin Paulson

Kevin Paulson is the Founder and CEO of HuntingLife.com. His passion for Hunting began at the age of 5 hunting alongside of his father. Kevin has followed his dreams through outfitting, conservation work, videography and hunting trips around the world.

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