Furniture / Blankets

Rumpl Original Puffy Poncho

Built to endure the elements, The all-new NanoLoft® Puffy Poncho is built with a DWR-treated body and 5K laminated waterproof shoulders and hood to keep you dry and stylish AF.

C$220.00

Rumpl Original Printed Puffy Blanket

The Original Puffy Blanket combines the same technical materials found in premium sleeping bags and insulated jackets to keep you warm and cozy indoors and out.

C$140.00

Rumpl Sherpa Puffy Blanket

The Sherpa Puffy Blanket combines the same technical materials found in premium sleeping bags and insulated jackets to keep you warm and cozy indoors and out.

C$170.00

Rumpl Original Puffy Blanket

The Original Puffy Blanket combines the same technical materials found in premium sleeping bags and insulated jackets to keep you warm and cozy indoors and out.

C$130.00

Poler Stowaway Chair

A collapsible camp chair so packable you'll forget it's there.

C$88.00

Rumpl Sherpa Flannel Blanket

The epitome of Fall and Winter Coziness, the Rumpl Sherpa Flannel Blanket is basically a hug in blanket form. 

C$150.00

Rumpl Down Printed Puffy Blanket

Our classic down blanket is also our most compact, warm, and travel-ready. A durable ripstop nylon fabric repels water, stains, dirt and odor. We packed it with traceable 600-fill duck down to keep you cozy without weighing you down.

C$300.00

Rumpl Original Printed Puffy Blanket Two Person

Now big enough for 2, the Original Puffy Blanket combines the same technical materials found in premium sleeping bags and insulated jackets to keep you warm and cozy indoors and out.

C$240.00

Kuma Lazy Bear Chair

This Lazy Bear Chair has supreme comfort and ample space to kick back and relax.

C$150.00

Rumpl Nanoloft Printed Puffy Blanket

Made with a proprietary synthetic alternative to down, the Rumpl NanoLoft Puffy blanket traps warmth inside small pockets of air to efficiently preserve heat, regardless of conditions.

C$200.00
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