Get Out Gear Down Camping Blanket – Lightweight Warm and Packable | Ideal for Backpacking,Travel, Festivals, Beach, Hammock | 650 Fill Power Water-Resistant Backpacking Quilt (Blue/Red)

December 21, 2019 - Comment
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Product Features

  • LIGHTWEIGHT AND COMPACT – Only 1.1 lbs! Includes stuff sack with heavy duty clasp for easy carrying and storage. (dimensions 80″x54″, 77″x50″ fully puffed, stuff sack 5″x12″)
  • COZY AND WARM – A 20D ripstop nylon shell blocks out wind and cold while 650 Fill Power down insulation keeps you cozy and warm inside.
  • WEARABLE – Premium snaps convert your blanket into a poncho, freeing your hands for tailgating, chatting around the campfire, or cozying up with your favorite book.
  • SPILL AND WATER RESISTANT – A DWR (durable water repellent) coating protects your blanket from spills and weather. The nylon shell resists dirt, sand, and pet hair allowing you to lay it on dirt, grass, or sand without worry.
  • MAKES A GREAT GIFT! – Makes a great gift for your outdoor adventurer, van lifer, road warrior, and other lovers of life.


Anonymous says:

light weight/warm I love this blanket ! I bought this blanket to have a light weight cover that would fit in my blind bag for hunting. We sleep in the boat alot. I have used this blanket on the couch every since it has arrived. Love it

Anonymous says:

An awesome “camping” blanket! I bought this to throw in my Jeep in case I got stuck out in the cold, but decided to try it out in my home first. My heat is set around 56F, so some might consider it cold. I used this blanket while sitting around watching TV or reading and I liked it so much I bought another one in blue! If fact, they are so comfortable for daily use I doubt they will ever make it into my car.For being super light weight and compressible, this blanket offers great warmth. It also has snaps…

Anonymous says:

Blanket started a catfight It’s light and warm, and my cat has decided it is his. Within a minute of taking it out of the stuff sack he was laying on it. When I tried to take it away from him he hissed at me. Then he got underneath it with just his snout poking out and growled anytime I came close. So I let him take a nap with it. When I went to bed I made sure to use a corner of the blanket to cover my killer cat.

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