Emerald Lake Puffy Kachula
Your new favorite puffy
The Puffy Kachula takes the best of our Kachula Adventure Blanket and a good old-fashioned puffy jacket. A blanket, pillow, cold weather poncho, sleep sack, and more, it's the most snuggle-soft and versatile puffy blanket out there.
The Multi-tool of Blankets
Whether you cozy up around the fire or gaze up at the stars, the Puffy Kachula is a warm and snuggle-soft addition to your arsenal. Another packable, multi-use, eco-friendly product that's ready to adventure with you!
Water- and spill-resistant
Stay dry longer thanks to a vapor-coated Durable Water Repellent finish. Water and other liquids bead right off.
Integrated Modular System
Use the reinforced snaps to easily connect multiple blankets together or convert to a light sleeping bag. The Kachula adapts to any situation in a snap.
Stuff it into the stash pocket for an easy throw pillow for hammocks, airplanes, and more. Durable zippers and a carabiner loop make it easy to use.
Stash it, stuff it, use it anywhere
Use it as a blanket, travel pillow pillow, light sleeping bag, or even an emergency poncho. With the ability to snap multiple blankets together, the Puffy Kachula seamlessly integrates with our original Kachula for all-season comfort.
Outer: 100% bluesign(r) ripstop nylon with DWR coating; inner: 100% ComforMax(r) insulation. Made from recycled materials.
- Size & Weight
Measures 48" x 71" flat & weighs 1 lb 9 oz
Spot clean recommended. When necessary, wash in a front-loading machine with gentle detergent, hang dry.
The Puffy Kachula is very durable, waterproof, and stain proof, so we can let the kids use it outside and we don't have to worry about it getting ruined. Sitting around the campfire the embers never burnt any holes and the soda we spilled on it even came right off with just a light shake. It’s nice being able to take a warm and cozy blanket that you don't have to be afraid of using in harsh and rugged environments.
This blanket is awesome! It’s multifunctional. You can use it as a pillow and a poncho as well. It’s also so warm for those cold nights on a soccer field. The only thing I regret is not buying one sooner.
I recently bought this product and took it camping. It was about 45 degrees outside and slightly humid, so it was cold. I had on a snowboarding jacket and was sitting next to a fire and I was freezing. After a bit I remembered I packed this blanket, btw it packs down super well into a backpack. I just shoved it in there and it fit super well. Anyway, I busted out the blanket. Took out the hoodie, snapped up the blanket (to wrap my self up) and I was super warm for the rest of the evening. I was actually blown away by how warm the blanket was. I was even sitting on the ground.
Also, as a pillow it is great. I was wiped from the camping trip when I got home. I put the blanket in the pouch and then used it as a pillow to take a much-needed nap.
Let me just say, I use this product all the time. As a college student, it comes in handy all over campus from acting as a blanket for wet grass/turf or a pillow when I'm napping at my private office space. It does very well in all weather conditions acting as a blanket for colder weather and it's not overly warm like some other blankets. I am totally going to order another Kachula, but for now, one will have to do. The puffy variety is extremely warming when wrapped around the body. The poncho feature comes in handy for very rainy days. While not the quickest to dry, the water-repellent coating works great! I pack this thing in my backpack and sometime just carry it around so I always have it wherever I decide to go. If they were a little cheaper, I would have bought 2, but I will consider in investing in another. (Not part of the review): I will defiantly look into buying a hammock or another Kachula as they all integrate together. Stay tuned for another review!
It’s a great addition to my Grandview hammock set-up...
Works great for what I've used it for, which is just something to cover the ground for now. I live in the desert and its summer so haven't needed it for warmth or rain cover just yet.