Rumpl Teams With the Raincoast Conservation Foundation

This weather-resistant blanket celebrates old growth forests with a print by Canadian surf photographer Jeremy Koreski

It’s no secret that the Pacific Northwest is one of the more special, wildly beautiful places on planet earth. Sure it’s wet and endlessly grey for nearly two-thirds of the year, but all that precipitation keeps populations down and rugged forestland up. Celebrating the treasured, centuries-old forests that stretch from British Columbia through Southern Oregon is Rumpl’s new Old Growth Puffy Blanket.

Created in partnership with Canadian surf photographer Jeremy Koreski, the Old Growth Blanket showcases an image of the beautiful old growth in British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest shot by Koreski.

The packable, insulated blanket is essentially an upgraded iteration of the brand’s original camp blanket, with synthetic insulation and 20D ripstop fabric that’s water, odor, and stain resistant. It’s a no brainer for keepig cozy both at home and the campsite.

It packs down to the size of two-liter, has a weather-resistant DWR coating, is lightweight, and benefits 1% For The Planet—with proceeds going towards The Raincoast Conservation Foundation, which helps protect BC’s land, water, and wildlife. Not bad.

$129 from Rumpl

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