Rumpl’s NanoLoft Puffy Blanket: Fire-Resistant Warmth for Outdoor Enthusiasts.

Eco-friendly, warm, fire-resistant blanket

When the chill sets in, or you're settling down by a campfire, there's something deeply reassuring about having a blanket that not only keeps you warm but also keeps you safe from those stray embers. Rumpl's NanoLoft Fire Resistant Puffy Blanket seems to have been forged with that sense of adventure and coziness intertwined.

This blanket is more than just a warm embrace. At its core, the NanoLoft insulation is both innovative and eco-friendly, taking 12 recycled plastic bottles and transforming them into a down-mimicking cluster of fibers. It gives you the plush warmth of down without the environmental guilt. Furthermore, the insulation’s unique construction ensures the blanket remains lightweight and packable. The fact that it packs down to the size of a water bottle (3.5 x 11 inches) is impressive and makes it perfect for spontaneous trips or sudden chills.

You might be wondering about its exterior, especially when the name promises fire resistance. And it delivers. Designed with a modacrylic and cotton blend on its face side, it’s ready to fend off sparks and resist burn holes, giving you peace of mind when you're fireside, whether that's in a camp setting or your own living room. The additional DWR finish is a godsend. A sudden splash of wine, a drizzle, or a small spill? This blanket doesn’t flinch. And if it does get a little mucky, it’s machine-friendly—just remember to treat it gently with Grangers brand detergent.

One of the standout features has to be the Cape Clip. It's such a simple yet genius addition, allowing you to drape the blanket over your shoulders, leaving your hands free. Whether you're holding a drink, strumming a guitar, or just waving to an old friend across the campsite, it’s little thoughtful features like this that elevate a product from good to great.

Made in China, this blanket combines global craftsmanship with a mindful approach to materials. And while some might feel that $99 is a bit steep for a blanket, I believe that for the innovation, warmth, and environmental consideration packed into this cozy companion, it's a worthy investment.

In a world where we often seek connection with nature and cherish those fleeting moments of warmth and camaraderie, this blanket seems to be more than just a blanket. It's a statement of eco-conscious luxury, an embrace of technology, and most importantly, a reminder of the simple joys of being snug and safe by a fire.


  1. Fire-Resistant: The modacrylic and cotton blend makes the blanket resistant to burn holes and spark damage, ideal for use near fires.
  2. Eco-Friendly: Uses Rumpl's proprietary NanoLoft® insulation, made from 100% post-consumer recycled material, recycling 12 plastic bottles in the process.
  3. Portable and Packable: Easily compresses to a compact size of 3.5 x 11 inches, making it convenient for travel and spontaneous outings.
  4. DWR Finish: Adds stain and water resistance, increasing the blanket's durability and longevity.
  5. Machine Washable: Easy cleaning and maintenance with the convenience of machine washing.
  6. Cape Clip® Feature: Allows hands-free use, enhancing the user experience.
  7. Quality Insulation: NanoLoft® insulation mimics the properties of down clusters, ensuring plush and reliable warmth.
  8. Added Accessories: Comes with a water-resistant roll-top stuff sack for added convenience.


  1. Price: At $99, some might find it a bit on the pricier side for a blanket.
  2. Made in China: Some consumers prefer products made in their home country or have concerns about manufacturing practices overseas.
  3. Size Limitations: With dimensions of 38” x 52”, it might be smaller than some might expect, limiting its coverage for larger individuals or multiple users.
  4. Care Instructions: Specific washing recommendations like using Grangers brand detergent may be seen as an added chore or expense for some users.


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