Rumpl printed down puffy blanket for spring

It’s still chilly outside in much of the US, but get outside and explore anyway! You can start your outdoor travel and adventure season early with Rumpl blankets at the ready. Seriously, I keep a Rumpl in the back of the car at all times, have another in my camping gear stash, and another at the ready by the front door for sporting events, family picnics, and last-minute adventures.

Why Rumpl? These down and down alternative blankets are lightweight, stuffable and easily packable, and warm. Oh, and they’re pretty gorgeous, too. This spring, I’m trying out what’s new in their printed down puffy blanket line, which includes three lovely prints of beloved national parks. You can get a Rumpl with a landscape of Joshua Tree, Yosemite, or Arches National Park, and you’ll be giving back to the planet.

Or, opt for one of their beautiful faded color schemes, or their seaglass (my favorite) or plaids or native-inspired geometric designs. The Rumpl Puffy Blanket uses the same materials found in premium sleeping bags and insulated puffy jackets, so you’re getting that same high-quality warmth in the to-go version. Just wrap yourself up and you’re set. You can get any Rumpl puffy in the ‘throw’ size or one person size, and each comes with a stuff sack. The throw size weighs just over two pounds and packs down to 6.5″ x 14″, and best of all, even though Rumpl blankets are stain and odor resistant, they can be tossed in the laundry. Just use a conventional front load washing machine. These blankets are not waterproof, but they are water resistant and we’ve found them to be completely durable. They have gone with us just about everywhere…with dogs, no less…and done just fine.

And if you need something warmer, don’t forget about the Rumpl Sherpa, reviewed here. Rumpl puffy throws range from $159 to $199 on the Rumpl site, and can be found on Amazon and in other big box online stores as well.

 

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Amy

Amy Whitley is a freelance creative and travel writer and founding editor of the family travel website Pit Stops for Kids. An avid lover of the outdoors, Amy makes her home in Southern Oregon, where she, her husband, and three school-aged children spend much of their time backpacking, camping, skiing, and hiking. When not exploring her own backyard, Amy and her family hit the road for travel reviews of resorts, tour operations, and hotels across the country and abroad. Follow Amy Whitley on Twitter and Facebook.

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