YETI Coolers Announces Seasonal Harvest Collection with Fall Colorways

by Anna Dunn
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YETI coolers just announced a new seasonal harvest collection with Fall Colorways. While imagining the end of summer is hard, it’s right around the corner. And YETI is anticipating that with this new line. The brand, which outdoor enthusiasts love, has extended beyond coolers for a while. The products these colors are available on perfectly showcase the brand’s range.

YETI has been releasing seasonal colorways for some time now. Earlier this summer, for instance, the brand released a new colorway called king crab orange. Now, the Austin-based cooler and drinkware brand is ready to start fall off right.

“Up for grabs: our new Highlands, Harvest, and  Sharptail Color Collections are inspired by the tastes, sights, and sounds we seek far from civilization. Like the seasons they represent, these colors won’t last long,” the caption says.

The products are only available for a limited time, so grab them while you can.

The Three Colors are Available on a Wide Range of YETI Products

They truly are stunning colors, with a vibrant apple red, a deep forest green, and a cool taupe. The impressive line of colors is available on most of YETI’s products. These are products such as the Flopper Flip 8 Soft Cooler, the Roadie 24 Hard Cooler, the crossroads 27L backpack, the Tundra 65 Hard Cooler, and many more.

All three of the colors are available on customizable YETI products as well.

Their red color, which they call Harvest Red, seems to be a fan favorite in the Instagram comments.

“Canyon Red is on the brighter spectrum of a true ‘primary red.’ And even though Harvest Red leans more on the dark end like Brick, Harvest has a brighter undertone making it lean more into the maroon family,” the website describes.

YETI’s Highlands Olive may appear similar to YETI’s original olive tone at first glance, but there are some stark differences between the two colors.

“Highlands Olive is greener compared to the original Olive. The original Olive had more neutral undertones, and Highlands offers a brighter take on the fan-favorite color, ” the site says.

Finally, when it comes to the subtle yet beautiful Sharptail Taupe, YETI’s website raves about its subtle undertones in comparison to previous sand colors.

According to the website, “the previous Sand color has whiter undertones and is much lighter compared to Sharptail Taupe. This new color is truer to Taupe, designed to feature darker, warmer tones.”

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