BEERS TO-GO.
BREWERIES TO STAY.

We gave breweries 3,000 original, cold-keeping Colster® Can Insulators to give away with their curbside beer orders. Even in the face of adversity, these independent brewers were able to quickly switch gears and take beer service from the taproom to the great outdoors. Look up your local breweries to see who’s offering delivery or curbside to-go orders. And if you’re not ready to leave home quite yet — we totally get it. Hopping online and stocking up on their merch is a great way to give back from your humble abode.



YETI: NOW SEWING

Our Innovation Center in Austin, Texas, quickly pivoted from putting gear to the test, to creating masks for our YETI community. We’re proud to support by donating masks to our friends in the food and beverage industry. So far, we’ve safely shipped off over 3,000, and we’re not stoppin’ anytime soon.



FUEL FOR THE FRONTLINES

We are so humbled that those on the frontlines turn to our drinkware to keep their water cold and coffee hot during their hospital shifts. We understand personal protective equipment (PPE) is hot, and the days are long. So we worked with hospitals to donate nearly 20,000 pieces of YETI drinkware to those giving so much of themselves. We’re so grateful to you all.




FAQ

I’m a nurse but am having issues with the discount on ID.me. What should I do?

I’m a nurse but I’m not included in the ID.me discount. Can I still get a discount with you YETI?

I’m a pharmacist. Can I get a discount?

Not at this time.

How can I get a YETI mask?

Masks are not for sale and have been provided on a donation basis only.

Can I buy a mask? / Will you be selling the masks on YETI.com?

No, masks are not for sale.

What are the masks made out of?

YETI t-shirts that are no longer in circulation. The fabric content is 100% cotton or a blend of 60% cotton/ 40% poly. These are not medical-grade masks.

How do I wear, wash, and care for my cloth mask?

For further information on how to wear, wash, and care for your cloth mask, please follow CDC’s guidance here.