LOADOUT FAQ

WHAT IS A YETI LOADOUT BUCKET?

The LoadOut Bucket is the overbuilt, five-gallon addition to the marina, ranch, blind, or wherever else rugged storage is a necessity.

HOW STRONG ARE LOADOUT BUCKETS?

Really damn strong. The LoadOut Bucket walls are twice as thick as conventional buckets and are made out of rigid HDPE plastic. They’re built not to bow, break down, or crack, even with impact.

IS THE LOADOUT BUCKET INSULATED?

Nope. The LoadOut Bucket is not intended to keep your food or drinks cold.

IS THE LOADOUT BUCKET FOOD SAFE?

Yep. We first got the idea of the LoadOut Bucket at a crawfish boil years ago. We knew then that it needed to be able to haul fried chicken, sunflower seeds, and any other food we needed to get from here to there. So while the LoadOut Bucket is not insulated, it is food safe for anything you need to store.

DO LOADOUT BUCKETS STACK?

Yep, and unlike other buckets, condensation and pressure will never build up between buckets when stacked, which means they’ll always separate easily.

DOES THE LOADOUT BUCKET HAVE UV PROTECTION?

Sure does. UV protection is part of the LoadOut construction. This adds a great deal of long term durability to the product, since extended sun exposure will degrade the wall strength over time.

HOW DO I CLEAN MY LOADOUT BUCKET?

Just soap and warm water. Nothing fancy required.

WHAT OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES ARE AVAILABLE FOR LOADOUT BUCKET?

We have three different accessories to outfit your LoadOut Bucket for whatever the wild has in store.

  • YETI LoadOut Lid – Clear material and unique hex pattern reinforces its structure, making it durable and able to withstand up to 136kg of weight. Plus, the gasket seal keeps the water out while making it easy to get on and off.
  • YETI LoadOut Caddy – Drop in, durable organisational system with handle that easily pops in to fit with the LoadOut Lid.
  • YETI LoadOut Utility Gear Belt – Make your bucket a grab-and-go tool box. The utility gear belt has four deep pockets for ultimate storage and a secure system to keep your gear belt in its place.

 
WHAT COLOURS DOES THE LOADOUT BUCKET COME IN?

You can find it in whitedesert tanseafoam, and charcoal.

HOW DOES THE LOADOUT BUCKET PERFORM WHEN FILLED WITH HOT WATER?

Perfectly but use caution. Misuse of hot liquid can lead to injury or burns. 

WHAT FITS INSIDE OF THE LOADOUT BUCKET?

It’ll hold five gallons (22.7 litres) of whatever you need to store. We’ve put reels, sunflower seeds, bait, casting nets, spent shells, BBQ sauce, spare tools, and feed in there and it got the job done.

HOW MUCH DOES THE LOADOUT BUCKET WEIGH?

The LoadOut Bucket weighs 2.1kgs when empty.

LOADOUT GOBOX

WHAT IS A LOADOUT GOBOX?

The cargo box that knows no limits. You can use the LoadOut GoBox to contain and protect everything from duck calls and rangefinders to tippet and camera lenses. Built to be nearly indestructible, the LoadOut GoBox can endure seasons in the sun, negative temps in the field, and the repeated abuse of being lugged in and out of the truck, the boat, and the blind. Plus, you'll have peace of mind knowing that your gear is protected from the elements - as it's both waterproof and dustproof. And when all is said and done, these stack up neatly until next time.

HOW STRONG IS THE LOADOUT GOBOX?

We can't legally say it's unbreakable - but this cargo box can withstand serious impact, even in the most extreme cases.

IS THE LOADOUT GOBOX INSULATED?

Nope. The LoadOut GoBox is not intended to keep your food or drinks cold.

HOW DO I CLEAN MY LOADOUT GOBOX?

Just soap and warm water. Nothing fancy required.

WHAT COLOURS DOES THE LOADOUT GOBOX COME IN?

You can find it in whitedesert tan, and charcoal.

THE LATCHES ON MY LOADOUT GOBOX ARE A LITTLE TIGHT. IS THAT NORMAL?

Yes. In order to protect your gear from unwanted wilderness, the LoadOut GoBox and its components were strategically designed to meet IP67 qualifications. Therefore, it is normal for the latches to be tight.

HOW MUCH DOES THE LOADOUT GOBOX WEIGH?

The LoadOut GoBox weighs 5.35 kgs when empty.

WHAT IS IP67 ANYWAY?

It's an industry standard that requires testing of a product in 1m of water for a minimum of 30 minutes.