This wearable, lightweight travel blanket is fully packable and offers a two-in-one warming or cooling effect.
Available in both gray and blue, the travel blanket packs down into a tiny package so you won’t even notice it’s in your pack. Sleeves help keep it in place, and lightweight construction means you can still move around when you’ve got it on.
It’s great for those flights where you are too hot when you get on the plane, but too cold halfway through. The durable fabric is also well suited to camping trips and other more rugged pursuits, but it also looks good as a fashion piece when walking around town.
There are two sizes available, which will only really be a decision if you plan to wear the blanket while you walk around. Otherwise, it’s probably best to go for the larger version so you will have enough material to keep you warm, or cool, wherever you are.
The 4-Rest will retail for $50 when the company Kickstarter campaign comes to an end, which seems like a bargain if you will get a lot of use out of it as a frequent flyer. Simply choose your color and pledge and you should have your new blanket by August 2019.
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