Special buy. Limited stock.
Whether for backcountry adventures or a day at your local park, packing light doesn’t have to mean sacrificing comfort. This blanket’s versatile design allows it to quickly transform into various useful configurations.
On a camping trip, for example, you can use it as a sleeping bag at night, hang it as a hammock during the day, wear it as a cozy hooded poncho after the sun goes down, and then turn it back into a sleeping bag at bedtime.
Durably made from water-resistant ripstop nylon, with belts and straps made of tough polyester webbing, it has sturdy zippers and snaps, and triple stitching for reinforcement along high-stress seams.
As an adult-sized sleeping bag, it’s warm enough for use in typical spring and fall temperatures. Quilt-stitched to prevent the filling from clumping, it’s insulated with medium-weight (60g) DuPont Thermalite fiber, which has moisture-wicking properties to help keep you comfortable on warmer nights.
As a poncho, it has a soft synthetic-fleece hood liner, and can be worn full-length to cover your legs to the ground, or hiked up to hang at about knee height.
As a hammock, it is both strong and roomy enough to support an adult up to 250 lb (113kg), and has built-in hanging straps that can span approximately 10' to 12' (3m to 3.6m). Mounting hardware not included.
Measuring about 86 1/2" × 67" (220cm × 170cm) when spread open as a blanket, it packs neatly into a built-in handled carrying pouch, forming a 17" × 10" × 4" (43cm × 25cm × 10cm) bundle that can also serve as a travel pillow.
Weighing less than 3 1/2 lb, it is a cleverly designed piece of gear, offering an impressive amount of utility in a compact package.
Not available for shipment to Québec.