Yeti notes new wholesale partner, increased inventory in third quarter


Rambler mugs and thermoses sit on display for sale at the Yeti Holdings flagship store in Austin, Texas, on Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2018.

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Yeti looks to round out its wholesale footprint and mitigate the impact of tariffs headed into the final stretch of 2019.

The company reported its third-quarter earnings on Thursday, noting a new wholesale partnership with Lowe’s and increased inventory to avoid a potential impact of the looming Dec.15 tariffs on certain Chinese imports.

The high-end cooler maker already has wholesale partnerships with Dick’s Sporting Goods, Bass Pro Shops, Cabela’s, West Marine and Williams-Sonoma, among others, but CEO Matt Reintjes…


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