Rumpl El Puffy Blanket

Jan 3, 2017

Category: Gear

You don’t have to be from the Southwest to love Mexican blankets. They’re full of color, life, and are perfect for bringing down to the beach or for draping over yourself while you’re kicking it in a hammock. After the team at Rumpl realized this much, they figured they’d make their own and call it the El Puffy Blanket.

Aside from having quite possibly the best name anyone could ever give a blanket, the El Puffy is perfect for keeping you warm and protected while napping or just hanging by the beach. It features a classic Mexican style printed onto the polyester front, and boasts a 3D Hollow Fiber Synthetic Insulation and a 20D ripstop nylon backing for warmth and durability. Whether you are headed south of the boarder or just out to your front porch for a much needed siesta, this easily packable blanket is a no-brainer. Prices start at $130. [Purchase]

Rumpl El Puffy Blanket 1

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