Remember those campouts in the chill of winter? The ones when – come morning time – it was so hard to get out of your warm sleeping bag that you sometimes wrapped yourself in the unzipped bag as you stumbled towards the breakfast fire?
That’s the feeling of a Rumpl Puffy Blanket, a performance blanket made of the same materials used in the best sleeping bags and outdoor wear.
The Rumpl Puffy is made of durable rip-stop nylon that resists dirt, pet hair and odors. The hollow fill, synthetic insulation is the same material used in premium sleeping bags and puffy jackets. Puffy Blankets are machine washable and quick-drying. Their light weight (2.1 lbs. to 4.8 lbs.) and ability to fit in a small stuff sack make Puffys the perfect Airstream® accessory.
Try the Original Puffy Blanket in Desert Dusk. This is the OG of outdoor blankets. With the Desert Dusk Puffy, you’ll get the perfect balance of warmth and performance along with a stylish, nature-inspired design. A stuff sack is included for easy transport to and from your next adventure.
For an even softer feel, go for the Puffy Pathfinder Sherpa Blanket. With matte Nylon fabric on one side and impossibly soft Sherpa fleece on the other, this blanket puts you in a bear hug of warmth and comfort. The Pathfinder Sherpa comes with a built-in roll-up feature, so that you can carry its coziness effortlessly. The zippered pocket can stow the carry straps when you are cuddling up or provide a stealthy stash pocket for your keys and wallet.
At the end of a full day in the wild, snuggle in with your Puffy and a Stuffable Fleece Pillowcase, too. No need to sacrifice comfort when you’re on the go – this pillowcase is ultra-packable and will give you a great night’s sleep. Choose your favorite sleeping surface; one side has Rumpl’s signature abrasion-resistant ripstop Nylon, and the other is a silky-smooth moleskin fleece. Use the side zipper to stuff the pillowcase however firm or soft you like. Sweet dreams.
Puffy Blankets were conceived in a broken-down car on a cold California day. Outdoor enthusiast Wylie Robinson and a buddy were on a surf and ski trip when their ride conked out on a deserted road, miles from the closest town or cell tower. The duo wrapped themselves in sleeping bags and began sipping whiskey. At some point in the banter, the discussion turned to why the blankets on their beds weren’t as comfortable as their sleeping bags.
The result was a revolution in the stodgy home goods industry. The Rumpl blanket was the first piece of what Wylie dubbed “Active Homewear” – household goods that employ performance technology, redefine “home” and bring cool back to the products we rely on every day.