Rumpl x Airblaster – Stay Seriously Cozy This Winter

This epic collab brings heat to those cold nights waiting for first chair. Bunk up in your hatchback and snuggle in for a cozy night, because Rumpl’s got you covered.
Rumpl has teamed up with Airblaster to launch two new prints for the relentless adventurer in your life. Whether crammed in a tiny car in a ski resort parking lot or out on the open trail, these blankets will be your fondest companion. Made for thrill seekers who don’t want to freeze while they’re getting their adventure on.

Airblaster, an premium outerwear outfitter, creates their products for an original and fun twist for your time spent adventuring. They created matching Ninja Suit base layers in collaboration with Rumpl’s newest blanket prints. Blankets matching with base layers never looked so good.

Puffy Sherpa Blanket


MSRP: $159

An old classic combined with a new twist. Stay warm with our traditional Puffy Blanket materials paired with extra-soft sherpa fleece. Constructed with a stealthy built-in pocket to stash keys or a wallet, this blanket brings you from camp chair to first chair effortlessly.

Original Puffy Blanket

MSRP: $159

Made of the same tough stuff as sleeping bags and down jackets, the Original Puffy Blanket keeps you nice and toasty through cold winter nights. Water-proof and stain resistant, this blanket can be put through the ringer. Pack smart with this durable and lightweight blanket.

Rumpl is an outdoor blanket company based in Portland, Oregon, that utilizes new material technologies developed for activewear, outdoor gear, and sporting goods to modernize the everyday blanket. Rumpl’s high-quality, versatile blankets keep you comfortable no matter where you are. The materials have been tested and proven in harsh environments, yet specifically selected for comfort and durability. Rumpl believes the blanket you use every day deserves the same attention to detail as a sleeping bag you might use ten times a year. The end result is a premium and versatile blanket that can be used anywhere you go…or when you don’t go anywhere. More at