YETI Rambler 64 Oz. Bottle

Editor: Cory McLaughlin

Just the Facts:
The 64 oz. Yeti Rambler Bottle takes insulation to the next level, complete with a double-wall vacuum to keep drinks cold or hot for hours. Perfect for remote campsites and harsh worksites alike. Unlike narrow-mouthed water bottles that are a hassle to fill or rinse, our Rambler Bottle features Over-the-Nose™ Technology for easy loading, drinking, and cleaning. And it’s BPA-free. In other words, the Rambler Bottle is the only insulated container for cold (or hot) beverages that’s built for the wild.

Let your Rambler Bottle stand out by getting it in one of our new YETI colors. Available in Black and Olive Green, our DuraCoat™ Color goes a long way towards helping your Rambler Bottle stand out in a crowd.

• This hydration behemoth is ready for anything
• Holds 64 oz. of margaritas, beer, water, or whatever else wets your whistle
• Over-the-Nose™ Technology means for seamless pouring with a wide-mouth opening
• TripleHaul™ Cap makes for a sturdy grip on the trail or at the campsite

Made with kitchen-grade stainless steel,
so they’re puncture- and rust-resistant.

Keeps cold drinks cold and hot drinks hot
until the last sip.

Keeps fingers dry and unfrostbitten.

My Story:
Summer time is outside time. It’s the time of year that gets us out into the parks, rivers, lakes, and hills. It is also a time of blistering heat and an absolute need for hydration. It is a time to tip back a cold drink and look up to the sun and say “bring it on” while you wipe the sweat from your brow. While the sun is doing its best to heat you up the YETI Rambler is doing its best to keep you cool by keeping your beverage cool.
I have used many insulated bottles over the years and I have had pretty good success with them. The one thing that I almost always found was that there just never seemed to be enough room for the amount I wanted or needed to drink. Typically, if I am using an insulated bottle it is because I have a need to keep a drink cold for quite a while. So my need for a bigger bottle has long been a topic of concern. Well, until I got the YETI Rambler 64oz. bottle that is.

Softball is one of my most favorite pastimes and while the summer sun blazes down on me I absolutely require a cold drink. I need to have that Ice cold Gatorade to keep me going and the Rambler makes sure I’m good to go. The over the nose opening is great as I can get a nice big drink without those annoying gurgling bubbles and vacuum sounds that other bottles make.

I have used this bottle now for a few months and I have to say that I love it more and more. I found that it lives up to the hype that YETI often brings and it does a fantastic job of keeping my drinks cold for longer than I typically need. I filled the Rambler with Ice at a local gas station and topped it off with my favorite flavor of Gatorade. I was on my way to a softball game and though I could see the storm clouds I had hope that we would still be playing. Sadly the game was cancelled. My Rambler was full and I decided to just put it on the counter and see how long the ice would last. About 26 hours after filling it I was delighted to see that it was not only still cold but there was still ice floating inside! I had another game and was not going to leave it at home and so that was the extent of my testing. Still, 26 hours of ice retention is time that everybody can get excited about!
A few BBQ’s, road trips, and mountain drives later I just have to say I love this bottle. The price is comparable with other bottles of the same size which is nice as YETI tends to be on the expensive side. I see this being my companion for many years to come.

So I say count me among the fan club! I love this YETI Rambler 64oz. Bottle and have spread the word to all that ask. The dugouts are slowly starting to have more and more Ramblers as people realize just how great they are.

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What can be done better?
Nothing, it is awesome!

  • Functionality
  • Value
  • Ergonomics
  • Durability


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