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Rumpl 25% off Holiday sale!

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Rumpl is doing a sitewide 25% off sale for the Holidays. I have a nano loft one that I keep in my trunk and take camping. Packs down really small, lightweight but big on warmth. Lots of cool designs and they make more than blankets.


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Still waiting on my Rumpl Solo colab ones to show up, they're in transit, ordered those through Solo though. Should have waited 2 weeks and saved ordering with this sale.
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$75 for blanket is not cheap
People pay for weight savings for backpacking they know what they are doing. I understand it's not everyone's thing as a lot of people car camp. But for bike camping and lightweight hiking these are hard to beat. The nano loft I got is stupid light but will keep you warm, but they get even more outrageous with the non-sythetic down blanket that's $300 something lol. Sales are rare for this brand so I figured I'd share for the rest of the camping nerds.
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Still waiting on my Rumpl Solo colab ones to show up, they're in transit, ordered those through Solo though. Should have waited 2 weeks and saved ordering with this sale.
That suckkkkkkkkkkkkkssssssssssssssss sorry Frown I hate it when I miss a deal.
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People pay for weight savings for backpacking they know what they are doing. I understand it's not everyone's thing as a lot of people car camp. But for bike camping and lightweight hiking these are hard to beat. The nano loft I got is stupid light but will keep you warm, but they get even more outrageous with the non-sythetic down blanket that's $300 something lol. Sales are rare for this brand so I figured I'd share for the rest of the camping nerds.
Off topic, which tent do you use? Should check out the new Big Agnes Copper Spur HV UL Bike Pack tent. For the 3 person, only adds 6 ounces compared to the regular Copper Spur HV UL. Offset benefit of shorter poles and a compression stuff-sack. We bike locally on occasion, no intention of using on a bike/camp outing, but felt the smaller footprint of the stuff sack was worth it for regular camping.
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Off topic, which tent do you use? Should check out the new Big Agnes Copper Spur HV UL Bike Pack tent. For the 3 person, only adds 6 ounces compared to the regular Copper Spur HV UL. Offset benefit of shorter poles and a compression stuff-sack. We bike locally on occasion, no intention of using on a bike/camp outing, but felt the smaller footprint of the stuff sack was worth it for regular camping.
I've been spying on that Big Agnes, check out this wild one from topeak
https://www.jebiga.com/topeak-bikamper-tent/
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I've been spying on that Big Agnes, check out this wild one from topeak
https://www.jebiga.com/topeak-bikamper-tent/
That's a solid tent
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Any suggestions for those of us not as concerned about weight? Seems like you pay a premium for it to pack up smaller and be lighter, but it's not worth the extra cost if those aren't as important.
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Any suggestions for those of us not as concerned about weight? Seems like you pay a premium for it to pack up smaller and be lighter, but it's not worth the extra cost if those aren't as important.
lol believe it or not, I have the Walmart camping blanket I found on here too in my trunk
Link to expired deal: https://slickdeals.net/f/15176629-ozark-trail-lightweight-puffy-quilted-outdoor-camping-blanket-w-stuff-sack-13-80?src=SiteSearchV2Algo1

That thing is nice and warm too, just doesn't pack down so small.
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