My Rumpl blankets have been a constant companion for the six years I’ve owned them. The Rumpl Original Puffy came with me on a road trip through four states and 10 national parks, two Big Sur camping trips, and more car camping trips than I can count, and was great to use by a campfire or as a substitute Sleeping bag. It’s also been useful when I have overnight guests, especially since my apartment in San Francisco doesn’t have any closets—stuffing the Original Puffy back into its built-in storage bag made it small enough to store anywhere.

There’s a reason we’re here at WIRED He raved about Rumpl puffy blanket for The past five years; Several members of the WIRED Gear team have purchased it and used it on many trips since then. (He just took Comments Editor Julian Chocato to the beach last week!) It’s not cheap, which is why it’s important that Rumble has Original puffy blanket at 40 percent off From now until the end of July. There are a lot of colors and designs for sale (except for artist collaborations, if they say Rad Artist, they are not for sale).

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Blue blanket with red edges neatly folded

Photo: Ramble

Rumple OG Puffy has it all. It’s water and stain resistant, machine washable, has corner loops for laying on the floor, and is super packable with the included storage bag. It’s designed for one person, but my husband and I can fit under it when we’re sitting on the couch together or on a log in front of a campfire. This Deepwater shade is one of the more monochromatic shades, but I love that it has a bright embellishment that makes the edges of the blanket pop. It is the cheapest among all the OG blankets during the sale event.

Although the artist’s designs are not for sale, there are still plenty of great styles on offer. Notable is the fun array of fade designs, which range from generic color combinations to landscape-inspired fades. I love the ones inspired by mountains and sunsets the most. I’m a fan of Rocky Mountain Sunset Fade Park, since it’s one of the parks I’ve visited on the road with my Rumpl Blankets. I will never forget how amazing the sunset was in that park, it really looks like such a blanket.

A national park themed blanket with cliffs and a flat river with the bottom left corner turned up

Photo: Ramble

The OG Puffy polyester shell feels similar to a sleeping bag to the touch, and I treat it like an all-season duvet — I use it alone in the summer or with extra layers on cold camping trips. Even my cat loves it, which is really too bad because he can’t stop kneading it with his paws. (It still holds up well, though!) Zion is one of my favorite places to camp — I stayed there about once a year until I got pregnant, and now I can bring a Zion-themed blanket to camp (or at home, pretending I’m back in Watchman Campground).

I want this print everywhere in my house. It reminds me of Pendleton’s geometric designs, but more fun with a grizzly bear face twist – it’s polished enough for adults, but also a fun design to share with kids. Honestly, I want it on my couch just as much as my campsite.

A draped blanket with a tree cabin and woodland animal pattern lies next to a tube-shaped tote bag

Photo: Ramble

Love patchwork? Look no further than the Forest Cabin, with its outdoor-inspired patchwork design, featuring mountains, bears, trees, and more. If you love patchwork so much that you want to wear it, you can! The Rumpl Original Puffy has a head clip for wearing the blanket around your shoulders hands-free. Perfect for holding your cup of cocoa by the fire, or your coffee on cold mornings.

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