Hurry, the Yeti Gear Garage closes its doors today

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The Yeti Gear Garage has just received its final drop – a collection of coolers, buckets and drinkware in vivid chartreuse. As Yeti says, it's hard to miss and difficult to find.

The Yeti Gear Garage is open for business. What's the big deal? The Gear Garage is a seven-day event where the company drops new bags, coolers and drinkware, and brings back your old favorites. There's a new drop every day, and you're in the right place to find them all as soon as they land.

Supplies are limited, and the most popular items can sell out before the day is over, so you'll need to move fast if something catches your eye,

Dive into the Gear Garage today and you'll find an exciting array of Yeti products in a pretty coral colorway that's a rare re-release, plus hard-sided coolers in limited edition seafoam green.

There are also Rambler mugs in king crab (a zesty shade of orange) and ice pink. Sandstone pink has already sold out.

Not interested in today's drops? I'm rounding up all this year's best Yeti Black Friday deals from around the web, so you can get a great deal on a cooler, picnic bag, or insulated bottle ready for your adventures next summer.

Free Yeti water bottles

Yeti has also launched its Black Friday deal, offering two free Yeti Yonder 750ml water bottles when you spend at least $200 in the online store. Just add your chosen products to your cart and you'll be able to pick the bottles in your choice of colors.

Get two free Yeti Yonder water bottles when you spend $200 at

Get two free Yeti Yonder water bottles when you spend $200 at
Yeti is offering two free Yonder 750ml water bottles in colors of your choice when you spent $200 in its online store. Each of these bottles is worth $25, so that's a great Black Friday deal. The offer ends when stock runs out.

The deal is available now, and continues until the bottles run out. 

Cat Ellis

Cat is the editor of Advnture, She’s been a journalist for 15 years, and was fitness and wellbeing editor on TechRadar before joining the Advnture team in 2022. She’s a UK Athletics qualified run leader, and in her spare time enjoys nothing more than lacing up her shoes and hitting the roads and trails (the muddier, the better), usually wearing at least two sports watches.