Ditch The Sleeping Bag

One of Our Favorite Camp Blankets Gets a Material Upgrade


August 9, 2019 Sports and Outdoors By

It’s no secret that we’re all for swapping out your sleeping bag for a camp blanket — especially in the summer. The newest blanket from Rumpl might help you seal the deal if you were wavering. The NanoLoft Puffy Blanket is Rumpl’s first foray into synthetic insulation that’s 100 percent post-consumer recycled. The fabric is still ripstop with a DWR finish, weighing slightly less than the original at 1.8-pounds (down from 2.1-pounds).

While there are plenty of camp blankets to choose from, we’re inspired that Rumpl found a way to incorporate sustainability into one of its best-selling products. Shop the new NanoLoft Puffy today, in addition to the OG Puffy.

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