Yeti Coolers

VIDEO: Guy Does THIS To His Yeti Cooler!

Americans from coast to coast were shocked, and frankly angry, that one of the nation’s most popular outdoor brands was severing ties with the National Rifle Association.

When Yeti, the company responsible for making absurdly expensive coolers seem practical, decided to publicly diss the NRA, the nation took notice.

According to an NRA statement, YETI Coolers is the latest outdoors company to cut ties with the Association – precipitating a barrage of angry commentary on the internet over the weekend.

“For years YETI Coolers have been a hot item for sportsmen at the Friends of NRA Foundation Banquet and Auction events around the country,” explained the NRA in a memo on Saturday. “Suddenly, without prior notice, YETI has declined to do business with The NRA Foundation saying they no longer wish to be an NRA vendor, and refused to say why. They will only say they will no longer sell products to The NRA Foundation.”

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YETI has yet to release an official statement and did not immediately respond to The Inertia‘s request for comment.

The story gained traction on Twitter, where disappointed Yeti owners took out their frustration with the manufacturer by dissing the costly coolers.

But now, one patriot has taken his Yeti revenge to the next level…

All we have to say is…

Let the #YetiPurge begin!

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