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YETI Roadie 20 Exterior Front YETI Roadie 20 Exterior Side
YETI Roadie 20 Interior Front YETI Roadie 20 Interior Side

Outside 14 3/8” × 19” × 13 3/4”

inside 10” × 13” × 8 3/8”

empty weight 15 lbs

Icon14 using a 2:1 ice to beer ratio
WhiteDesert TanIce BluePink
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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.

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  • Holds 14 cans with recommended 2:1 ice-to-contents ratio
  • Easily stored in truck cab
  • Perfect for a night by the campfire or morning on the dock
  • Great for SUPs, kayaks, and canoes
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“I’ve had a ton of coolers over the years, but YETI is king. Everything works and works well!”


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Roadie 20 is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 2010.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to Handle We use this for ice during gatherings, and when we are tailgating. Awesome results! Ice last for a really long time.
Date published: 2017-09-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Made for the Wild. Like everything Yeti makes, they are made for the WILD. But, my favorite Yeti is the Hopper.
Date published: 2017-09-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Years Later - Still Perfect I bought my Roadie 20 a few years ago and have intentionally waited this long to review it. Having been a fan of Yeti since day one (I'm a fool for Texas pride and saw the company as not just an innovative group but brilliant in terms of marketing and other business practices), I never wanted to bite the bullet and pay the price... I'm a small business owner myself, however, and couldn't deny the urge to show my support to these native Texans (Americans, first) and at least give Yeti a try. Just starting a new job in the oilfield, I was running a few hundred miles per day and buying 1-2 bags of ice. Within a month of working at my new job and determining that I wanted to continue my route (and buying ice daily), it became evident I'd eventually save money by buying a Yeti cooler and saving in my daily ice fees. I chose the Roadie 20 because it was small enough to fit in the back seat of my work truck as well as my wife's small car. In less than three months time, I'd saved enough money in ice to pay for the cooler and since I was able to wait 3-4 days before replacing the ice (100°+ Texas summer), I began making ice at home and quite literally removed that expense from my personal budget altogether. To be honest, at my initial time of purchase, I had no clue whether Yeti was the best on the market (and still don't know) but I did know that I was buying into a company that first made long-life coolers available to the public (on a commercial level) that just so happened to be a native Texas-based company. Not just the coolers were involved in my decision to support them, but the support they show their local (and now national/global) communities, their involvement with the outdoors, their PHONE support rather than email for customer service, their professional/industry programs, etc, etc...... I could relate to the PASSION behind this company and realized the reason for the pricing and was happy to show my support. As for the cooler itself, I couldn't be happier. We've logged MANY miles together and only recently returned from Harvey relief efforts (looked rather small sitting on my buddies 250 - hah!). I'm (by no means) a photographer but took the liberty of snapping a shot of my cooler just now and though the picture does the cooler no justice, you can see that it still appears to be brand new, all these years later. During hot summer days, you can leave ice in it for longer than advertised if you get CHUNKY/BLOCK ice and DON'T OPEN the cooler unless you NEED to, and heed to the tips/instruction booklet. During our recent south Texas trip, I had to leave my cooler on the side of the house which was exposed to direct sunlight for more than HALF of the day (see 2nd picture attached, blue Yeti 20 in the bottom right of the picture) and was super pleased when I returned to check on my cold goods (at the end of the week). After 5 days of sitting in the same spot, my Yeti still had the block of ic in tact (very small, but existent) and my groceries were ice cold (ended up being fed by locals and never used my own cold stuff). This 5 day marathon for my small cooler really blew my mind, even after using this thing for the better part of 3 years. Just to be clear, I clean my Yeti when I finish using it - on every single occasion - and should've put more effort into taking the photo. I did not prep the cooler for one single second but I know that if a person takes care of their Yeti cooler(s) and pays attention to the directions sent with their purchase, they'll last a lifetime... or at least well beyond the terms of warranty. I couldn't be happier with this cooler and hope to purchase my wife a pink 20 next week (if they're still in stock) and might get myself another 20 to have a matter of convenience. Perfect product - absolutely love it!
Date published: 2017-09-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Expensive, but you get what you pay for... I am a Yeti fan. I know they are expensive, but you get what you pay for. This is a review of the Roadie 20. I own a Roadie, a Hopper 30, and a Colster. I love them all. I am 5 stars all the way on the Hopper and the Colster, but the Roadie only pulled 4 stars in my opinion. Why? Well it is a great cooler, it keeps ice forever it seems. I have gone back a day or two later and still had ice cold drinks. That all comes at a cost... and I don't mean the price tag. I mean the thing is heavy. The thickness of the cooler walls takes away from the space and adds to the weight. Know that going in. As a whole, that makes sense. So what is the problem? Well in my opinion, that works for bigger coolers. I can deal with the weight and the reduced cooler interior. At this small of a size, it seems to be too much. It's small size and heavy weight don't balance well. If I had to do it all over again, I would have gone bigger and bought a Hopper 20 which is more portable, flexible, and lighter.
Date published: 2017-09-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just the right size Perfect to throw in the UTV or the boat with a day's worth of drinks. Light and easy to handle.
Date published: 2017-09-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Day Trip Cooler I bought this cooler a few weeks ago mainly to be used at the lake, but also to be used for day trips or other short adventures. It does very well at keeping ice longer than the beverages in it will last.
Date published: 2017-09-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love the color!! Great freatures! I bought this for my daughter for her birthday and she absolutely loves it!! Matches her Jeep
Date published: 2017-09-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Roadie I love it. Girls love it and it's a great first impression. The handle makes it a lot easier
Date published: 2017-09-09
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