Your go-to blanket for any camping trip, festival, picnic, family adventure, international vacation, and more, the Kachula Adventure Blanket is ready for it all. The blanket stuffs into itself for use as a pillow, has a snap-attached hood to convert it to an emergency poncho, and is packable, water-resistant, and durable.
Top: Soft brushed nylon flannel, bottom: durable ripstop nylon, both made from 100% recycled materials
Size & Weight
Measures 50" x 72" flat; weighs 1 lb 9 oz
Spot clean as needed. For a thorough cleaning, use a mild detergent in a front-loading washer. Hang dry.
This blanket is built to last and is definitely
of superb quality. It's versatile and love that it can be connected to more blankets to make a bigger seating area too. If you're hesitating to buy it, don't. You won't regret this purchase.
This blanket has all the features I was looking for and way more. I found myself sitting on the ground a lot lately - meeting friends at parks and gardens and front yards. I wanted a portable, pretty, and eco-friendly picnic blanket. I got all that and it turns into a poncho or a pillow too! Wonderful company and wonderful blanket. I am extremely happy with my purchase.
I have no issues with your product, it is wonderful. Unfortunately, I paid an additional 20€ at delivery due to shipping expenses.
I cannot give 5 stars due to this inconvenient. Be careful with extra taxes.
i purchased the marley and the realtree camo kachulas. i bought them mainly because they were limited run blankets for the same price as the "regular" run blankets. i bought 2 of each the marley and the camo blankets. these seem like they will work great as a throw blanket for picnics, camping, and other outdoor activities. the snap on/off hood is great for turning it into a very functional poncho type garment. these blankets do not seem like they will keep you extremely warm on their own, but combined with the puffy kachula or maybe even another kachula they should keep you comfortable in most weather. i like that you can snap multiple blankets together to cover a larger area or to layer them into a sleeping bag kind of configuration. ive not yet been able to test these out in the elements yet but i feel they will work and hold up well. again these seem best for spring, summer, and early fall weather. when packed down into itself it makes a decent little pillow, but it will need "fluffing" through out its use this way. i leave the hoods attached when i pack them away. i feel this will help keep the hoods from being dropped/lost. i do kind of wish they offered solid colors as well as the different designs. it would also be cool if i could send a picture in to have custom kachulas made. so far so good im satisfied , will be back to get 2-3 puffy kachulas in the future.
I like that it is eco friendly and water proof and can be worn as a cape for warmth or be used to sit on the ground. The one thing I wished was that the top surface was less rough to touch.