Yeti Rambler Lowball Yeti's 10-oz drinking cup won't sweat, leave rings on the bedside table, or shatter when you get too drunk that you end up knocking it down the floor.


There are few drinking cups more fitted to rough-and-tumble men than Yeti’s Rambler line. They’re tough, highly-insulated, and carry an aesthetic that will look just at home on a bear trail as it will in the office or the house. As such, you can use them all the time. Unless, of course, you’re sipping scotch, whiskey, or a favorite cocktail, since they’re just too darn big to use for a single serving of alcoholic beverages. That changes now with the Yeti Rambler Lowball.

The smallest in the line, it’s a 10-ounce drinking cup, modeled after the classic Old-Fashioned glass, making it perfect for enjoying a bourbon on the rocks before bedtime to help lull you to sleep. When you wake up in the morning, you can even use the same cup to enjoy your first hit of caffeine – just make sure to wash it first because… you know… gross.


The Yeti Rambler Lowball packs all the same features as the rest of the line. Like the double-wall vacuum insulation to keep your hands toasty and your icy drinks cold while you hold it in hand, with zero sweating to keep the bedside table dry when you do put it down. It’s also got the same durable stainless steel construction, so you can drop the cup as many times as you want without causing an unsightly mess. Since it’s designed more for use at home (morning coffee, nightcap beverage), it doesn’t come with a lid like the rest of the line, although it will fit the same replacement lids Yeti sells if you want to use it as a drinking cup for camp.


Available now, the Yeti Rambler Lowball is priced at $24.99.