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Honor America’s Veterans With YETI Limited-Edition Tumblers

Show your support on Veterans Day (Nov. 11) with a patriotic, limited-edition YETI Rambler. A portion of the proceeds from each classic 30-ounce tumbler goes to a nonprofit that provides educational scholarships to families of fallen soldiers.

YETI’s formidable product line can always help you celebrate the occasion. Now, it can also help you honor America’s veterans.

In recognition of Veterans Day, the brand released limited-edition, copper-coated Rambler mugs in three commemorative colors on Nov. 2.

Get the Rambler in brick red, navy blue, or white, with a copper PVD finish and an etched American flag incorporated into the YETI brand label.

Of course, it’s dishwasher-safe and comes with the signature splash- and shatter-resistant MagSlider lid.

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Each Veterans Day Rambler sold results in a $5 donation to Folds of Honor, which helps families of disabled or fallen veterans afford education, from kindergarten to college.

Regardless of units sold, YETI has pledged to donate $150,000 to the nonprofit.

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The Rambler is built with double-wall insulated kitchen-grade stainless steel and backed by the brand’s 5-year warranty. Show your respect for America’s veterans with any of the three Veterans Day editions, and add a distinctive piece to your existing YETI kit.

The 30-ounce Rambler is the only YETI product included in the limited run. With the holiday approaching, they’ll likely go fast — get yours while supplies last for MSRP $35.

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Sam has roamed the American continent to follow adventures, explore natural wonders, and find good stories. After going to college to be a writer, he got distracted (or saved) by rock climbing and spent most of the next decade on the road, supporting himself with trade work. He's had addresses in the Adirondack Mountains, Las Vegas, and somehow Kansas, but his heart belongs in the Texas hill country.