YETI Coolers Makes $200 Blankets and Jackson Hole Ski Patrol Apparently Uses Them

YETI Coolers Makes $200 Blankets and Jackson Hole Ski Patrol Apparently Uses Them

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YETI Coolers Makes $200 Blankets and Jackson Hole Ski Patrol Apparently Uses Them

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“In the event of transporting an injured patient, patrollers use the YETI Lowlands™ Blanket as part of the toboggan kit, which they call a burrito: a bag, outer sheet, the Lowlands Blanket, a leg splint, and a pillow. The blanket is warm and the outer layer wicks the snow away, keeping patients comfortable on the ride down.”

The branding experts that made wearing a cooler logo on trucker hat fashionable for frat boys have struck a deal with Jackson Hole and now their ski patrol carries Yeti’s $199 blanket as part of their sled kit. Not sure I’m dropping two bills on a blanket anytime soon but I’m also not trying to go broke on a rotomolded cooler to keep my brews frosty for weeks on end.  Not hating, just saying:

The Lowlands™ Blanket helps transform every outdoor concert, tailgate, or backcountry post-up into your personal base camp. Everything from the waterproof utility layer to the supremely soft, insulated interior were meticulously engineered to create a one-of-a-kind, all-terrain, ultra-comfortable blanket. And your dog will love it, too. It’s designed to repel dirt, burrs, and pet hair — so let them sit, lay, and roll around on it as much as they like.

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