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Snugpak Jungle Blanket, Black
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- Warm and lightweight
- Travel soft insulation designed for exceptional performance
- Is antibacterial and antimicrobial as well as being windproof and water resistant
- Temperature rating 45 degrees, low 36 degrees
- 76"x64" weighing only 25 ounces
- Travesoft insulation
- Compresses down to 6"x6" for lightweight, compact traveling
- Includes compression sack
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|Item Dimensions||2 x 64 x 76 inches|
|Item Display Weight||1.7 pounds|
|Item Weight||1.56 pounds|
|Legal Disclaimer||This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.|
|Shipping Weight||1.68 pounds|
|Temperature Rating||45 Degrees Fahrenheit|
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|Material Type||—||—||Polyester||Polyester & Polyester Blend|
The Jungle Blanket is a warm, lightweight, less bulky alternative to a traditional blanket or poncho liner used by many people. Snugpak has engineered the Jungle Blanket using Travel soft insulation, designed for exceptional performance using ultra lightweight, high loft, fibers that work superbly even after being compressed into a small, compact size for lightweight traveling. The Jungle Blanket also has an Antibacterial and anti microbial treatment as well as is windproof and water resistant. The Jungle Blanket will become your best friend when the temperature drops.
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I used my jungle blanket as my top quilt. I used a Sea to Summit Reactor Extreme liner. Then I used a USGI poncho liner and a silver windshield bubble shade under me for protection against convection. (A top quilt & under quilt are preferable, but the weather wasn't bad, & this set up is lighter weight to carry in my pack). I slept in only a light weight wicking base layer. I was quite comfy & cozy. The only time I got slightly chilled was when I needed to throw some more wood on my fire.
The Snugpak Jungle Blanket is soft, comfortable, light weight, packs small, and is a great addition to my hiking/camping gear. I've even used it in the house as a throw. The only thing I don't like about it is all of the compression straps on the stuff sack have to be almost completely undone from the bottom to get the blanket out. This is too time consuming, and could be easily fixed by changing the buckles.
At roughly the same price and only about 25 grams heavier than the Rothco poncho liner (they both weigh approximately 1.5 lbs.), the Snugpak Jungle Blanket is far superior in quality: it has no loose seams and is made from more durable fabric with an antimicrobial coating on both sides to discourage odors and reduce the frequency of laundering. The outer shell fabric is also impressively water resistant. I held it under a running faucet for thirty seconds and the water ran right off, leaving no hint of dampness. Moreover, it packs slightly smaller than the Rothco poncho liner and comes with a sturdy, functional compression sack that will compact it smaller than a standard 32 oz. Nalgene bottle.
Since I didn't have both the Jungle Blanket and the Rothco poncho liner on hand at the same time, I can't say with absolute certainty which of the two is warmer, but I'm confident there's not a big difference, and the advantage probably goes to the Snugpak. Either blanket should be adequate to keep warm down to about 50 degrees, assuming you have some way to insulate yourself from the ground as well (i.e., a sleeping pad). The only shortcoming of the Snugpak Jungle Blanket is that it's about 5" narrower than the poncho liner (but still more than large enough to cover my full grown adult frame at 6'0" tall and 185 lbs.). In every other way, the Snugpak Jungle Blanket is far more deserving of its ~$40 price tag. It just looks and performs like a better made piece of gear.
If you're interested in the poncho liner as a camp blanket, I would strongly encourage you to consider the Snugpak Jungle Blanket as a better choice. For almost the same price, it packs a bit smaller, resists odors better, sheds moisture better, is more versatile in application (since the outer shell sheds water so well), and should be more durable as well--all while keeping you just as warm and weighing only a few grams more. Highly recommended!