Rumpl Blanket & Pillow

by Brandon Schultz

Aug 12, 2019
Products / Travel

If you’ve ever delighted in the snug comfort of a quality sleeping bag and wondered why you didn’t deserve that level of comfort when you weren’t camping, too, you aren’t alone. Portland, Oregon-based Rumpl designs outdoor blankets using new material technologies to create blankets that can stand up to harsh environments without sacrificing comfort, and its original puffy blanket, while intended for road trippers, turns out to be just as perfect for lounging around the house as it is for adventure on the go.


Made from the same sleek material as your favorite down puffer jacket, the original puffy blanket comes in three sizes from the 50-inch-by-70-inch throw to the 88-inch-by-84-inch two-person, available in a variety of colors and patterns that all deliver that protective warmth with the cool-touch surface you love about that sleeping bag you wish you could sleep in more often. The lightweight nylon blanket is odor-, water- and stain-resistant, and is also machine washable and dryable, so you won’t have to worry about messy car mishaps (or sofa spills). And, while you’ll never be able to roll this slippery blanket as beautifully as how you’ll receive it, it’s easily stuffed back into its compression sack for easy storage and ultra-convenient travel. (The sack also has a handy strap for attaching to backpacks or other travel gear.)


Accompanying the original puffy blanket is the stuffable fleece pillowcase, which also comes in its own travel bag. With one side featuring moleskin fleece and the other the same ripstop fabric as the blanket, the pillow is equally agreeable to both warm- and cool-pillow people. Because the pillow comes empty, it can be stuffed to any thickness and density, suiting everyone. Pro tip: To keep your packing light, stuff the pillow with clothes or other soft materials you’ve already brought along on your adventure.


The original puffy blanket starts at $99 and can be purchased here. The stuffable fleece pillowcase sells for $25 here.


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