Yeti Rambler Bottle Straw Cap in Black
Yeti simplified sipping with the Rambler Bottle Straw Cap. When you need some water (or whatever cold drink suits you), all you have to do is flip it open, take a si, and close it tight to stay moving.
It’s leak-resistant, easy to carry (thanks to the TripleHaul Handle), and has a wide straw opening so you get more drink with every sip. Wherever the wild takes you, the YETI Straw Cap for the Rambler Bottles makes it easy to sip without slowing down.
This product is not intended for use with carbonated, perishable, pulpy, or hot beverages.
The Straw Cap is compatible with all YETI Rambler Bottles. Use the measurements below to cut straw according to your bottle size.
- 12 oz - 4 5/8"
- 18 oz - 6 5/8"
- 26 oz - 7 1/4"
Care & Maintenance
The best way to drink on the move? The Rambler® Straw Cap — a one-handed flipping operation (that comes included with every Rambler® Jr. Bottle by the way).
Step 1: Flip open top.
Step 2: Remove the straw and place in the dishwasher’s utensil compartment. For more thorough cleaning, use a small cleaning brush.
Step 3: Remove the circular cap gasket and place in the dishwasher’s utensil compartment, then place cap on the top rack of the dishwasher (with mouthpiece flipped open).
Step 4: To reassemble, ensure all parts are dry before reinstalling and storing. Look closely at the gasket, you’ll notice there are two “blades,” one stands out farther than the other. The flat side of the gasket goes against the cap, blades out, larger blade on top.
YETI Coolers was founded in 206 with a simple mission: build the cooler they’d use every day if it existed.
One that was built for the serious outdoor enthusiast rather than for the mass-discount retailers.
One that could take the abuse they knew they’d put it through out in the field and on the water.
One that simply wouldn’t break.
They decided early on that product innovation would come from necessity and firsthand experience – not from market research and data analysis.
Today, YETI products perform when it matters most - whether that be an excursion into the remote Alaskan wilderness, chasing redfish on the Gulf coast, or just getting together with friends in the backyard.