Rumpl Blanket Review

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I recently purchased Rumpl blanket to see what all the fuss was about and it didn’t disappoint. Rumpl started as a Kickstarter campaign back in 2016. It started off as a fleece blanket that was versatile enough for your bed or for camping. Since then, they have come up with other fabrics and designs. Since I’m a Minnesota Vikings fan, I bought a new Vikings-themed Rumpl and gave it a test. Below are my findings and complete Rumpl blanket review.

Ordering Your Rumpl Blanket

Rumpl is sold through many retailers now including REI. However, if you order direct through the Rumpl website, there are more options to choose from and shipping is fast. My blanket arrived in about a week in the box below. It is packed like a small sleeping bag which makes it easy to travel with or just throw in your trunk when you need a blanket.

rumpl unboxing

Here’s what it looks like out of the plastic packaging. I just love the Vikings logo and the colors.

rumpl vikings

How Much Does the Rumpl Blanket Cost?

Price varies on the Rumpl depending on what fabric, style or size you go with. Over the years Rumpl has expanded into down and nanoloft fills as well as travel and kids sizes. On average though you are looking to spend around $120. I recommend purchasing directly through Rumpl so that you can take advantage of their 100-night trial. If you don’t like it within the 100 nights, you can initiate a free return through their website.

How Warm is the Rumpl Blanket?

The warmth of the Rumpl blanket depends on which model you choose. They have a variety of materials with varying insulation. The Down Puffy blanket is the warmest with a 600 fill power and will keep you warm in temperatures above 20 degrees.

The Nano Loft blanket is your next best bet where you can sleep in weather above 30 degrees.

The Original Puffy blanket is best used for outdoor sporting events or sitting around a campfire or even an outdoor concert. This will keep you warm in weather about 40 degrees or less depending on how you dress.

Are Rumpl Blankets Durable?

Yes, Rumpl blankets are made with 30D ripstop polyester fabric. This means 30 Denier. It is also coated with water-resistant treatment and is as strong as a fancy tent fabric.

Where Are Rumpl Blankets Made?

Rumpl blankets are made in China and designed in the United States. Hence the NFL and U.S. artist collaborations.

My Rumpl Blanket Findings

The first thing to know about this blanket is that it is made from the same durable material you will find in many camping products. It is made with 100% recyclable 30D ripstop polyester fabric that is stain-resistant and light. Think of a quality sleeping bag in blanket format. Rumpl was the first company I came across to make blankets like this and since then, they have had a cult following. Nowadays they do have generic knockoffs but what they lack is style and other key features. Their partnership with the NFL as well as trending designers have made them a nice piece of art or statement piece.

The Rumpl isn’t my go-to blanket for everything. Often, you will want a softer fabric for movie nights. But if the movie happens to be outdoors or at the campsite, nothing beats a Rumpl. I like that you don’t have to worry about it ripping or staining easily and laying it out on the ground or near the fire is perfectly fine. While not waterproof, they are highly water-resistant and machine washable so they are easy maintenance.

rumpl carbiner

 

My Rumpl Recommendation

If you like spending time outdoors, the Rumpl is a great choice. It’s one of those blankets you need for each of your cars so that when you have it in an emergency or a spontaneous outing or hike. Yes, it is a lot more than a cheap fleece blanket but after using this for a while, I would never go back to anything else for my outdoor events.

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