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Built with durable rotomold construction, these cold lockers are virtually indestructible. Able to withstand the most rugged of outdoor environments, Yukon™ outhauls, outchills and outlasts anyone. It’s the perfect solution for serious outdoorsmen who demand serious performance.
A truly ultra high performance cooler, the Igloo Yukon Cold Locker 70 has the thickest foam insulation for long lasting cold retention. Get 7-14 days of protection for your perishables.
Posted by DLUCK on 2nd Apr 2013
We use coolers everyday for our professional fishing guide service. For years we have been replacing coolers on an annual basis. When the “heavier coolers” started to come out, we jumped right on board, equipping our boats and trucks. After going through a couple of brands…FINALLY… we have found a “high-end” cooler that is worth the money!!
The Yukon Cold Locker keeps your stuff COLD! That is it’s primary job. Yukons keep ice equal to or better that all the competition. The handles are our favorite. When those coolers are full, the solid handle makes it feel lighter than all the competition. HANDS DOWN, we have really turned away from rope handles for many reasons. (they dangle and swing, you have to lift higher, they are small… and when they finally break……)
These lids do not warp! Super sized and tethered drain plugs! Super strong hinge! The lid stays open via detent, A MUST! Ruler on the lid! The reversible feet! I have both a 70qt and a 150qt. The 70qt has been in the back of a pick-up truck, in the weather, for nearly 12 months solid. It gets used every day, still works and looks like new. YUKON FOR LIFE!
Posted by Unknown on 14th Jan 2013
Just thought i'd add my 2 cents. The yukon cooler is def a good cooler for the money. It does not keep ice like my engel but is still a great product.
Posted by Unknown on 28th Oct 2012
That's odd, the one I looked at in Bass Pro Shop said made in China but the above add says made in USA. For me to spend that kind of money on a cooler it would have to be made in USA. When I saw the made in China I immediately crossed it off my list.
Posted by Tom Adam on 27th Sep 2012
I've had mine on 2 remote camping trips now. The cooler does hold ice a slight bit longer then a cheap cooler, but not much! Sure, way tougher then a regular cooler. But I expected way more ice retention. The only way it would keep ice for 5 days in 85 degrees is if you filled it to the brim with ice, and nothing else, and never opened it. What would be the point?!
Posted by Unknown on 12th Jul 2012
Got this jewel for Fathers Day. (Thanks, Nick and Erin) Big handles.Oversize drain. Once you cool it down it stays cold.
Posted by Ron Cain on 7th Jul 2012
Tested a Yukon cold locker against my older Igloo.
Added same amount of bottled water (same temperature) and ice at the same time.
Checked at the same time. Stored at the same site. Exposed to the same environment.
Company Rep. said I needed to "pre-cool"
the Cold Locker per the instructions.
I said I could do that to his "cheaper"
He had no useful info to add.