Stay cozy almost anywhere with the Klymit Versa Blanket

Camp blankets aren’t only for camping. Think of all the times you could stand to be cozy and warm: on the plane, at the beach, on a picnic…

The options are nearly endless, so the next time you’re headed out and want a little cozy coverage, consider bringing along the Klymit Versa Blanket.

Packing a blanket on a trip takes up room, and many of the travel/camp blankets on the market aren’t as multifunctional as they should be in order to justify taking up that packing space. But the Versa Blanket is more than just a rectangular piece of insulated fabric.

Made from 20D soft-touch polyester and Klymalite synthetic loft insulation, it measures 58 inches by 80 inches, which is enough to wrap one person entirely, or share with a pal. It’s lightweight, too, weighing in at 23 ounces.

Corner snaps can shorten the blanket to half its size, or even make it easier to wrap around your shoulders without having to hold it in place. And it makes a great insulating cape, if you’re looking for that sort of thing—because everyone is a super hero in their own right.

The Versa Blanket also has insulated hand pockets in the corners, to aid in wrapping it around you and staying warm.

The built-in footbox lets you tuck your beet into it for additional warmth and prevents the blanket from being kicked off while switching around to find the most comfortable position. The Versa Blanket packs into this footbox when you’re not using it (which also makes it into a comfortable pillow), and the packed size is 6 inches by 12 inches.

The Klymit Versa Blanket comes in one color combination: orange and blue. It lists for $79.95 on the Klymit site.


Jill Robinson is a freelance writer who lives in a small California beach town near the big wave surf spot, Mavericks. She divides her time between writing about travel, running a kayak business and trying to wring awe-inspiring adventure out of every day. Her articles have been featured in the AFAR, National Geographic Traveler, Outside, the San Francisco Chronicle, and more. Catch up with her adventures on and IG/Twitter at dangerjr.

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