Marley Kachula (Limited Edition)
The Swiss Army Knife of Blankets
Use it as a blanket, travel pillow, light sleeping bag, or even an emergency poncho. Snap multiple Kachulas together for a modular blanket system. No matter where life takes you, the Kachula adapts to your adventure.
Stains don't stand a chance
Rain or shine, the Kachula is ready. Both sides are coated with an eco-friendly DWR finish to keep you dry. Spilled your lunch? Watch water and other liquids bead right off.
Attach the water-resistant hood to convert the Kachula to an emergency poncho, or keep it stuffed away in a secret zippered pocket when you don't need it.
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.
The uses are limited only to your imagination
Camping, backyards, festivals, road trips, beaches, airplanes, and more... with the Kachula Adventure Blanket, you can take it anywhere and do anything with it. Rain or shine, the Kachula is ready for it all.
Top: Soft brushed nylon flannel, bottom: durable ripstop nylon, both made from 100% recycled materials
- Size & Weight
Measures 50" x 72" flat & weighs 1 lb 9 oz
Spot clean as needed. For a thorough cleaning, use a mild detergent in a front-loading washer. Hang dry.
This is my “go to” outdoor blanket for all things under the sun and stars. It’s self contained, diverse and easy to pack which makes it so convenient to grab and go, even if it’s just running down to the beach or to the park with the family.
The Kachula is in my pack literally everywhere I go. The rain in Hawaii didn't stand a chance and the snow in the mountains couldn't break through the ripstop nylon, DWR waterproofing. Packability is a huge thing for me and this fits right in that category.
I've used my Kachula up and down the coast of Oregon and Washington, and love its multiple uses—it can be used as a blanket, a poncho, or packed away as a pillow—perfect for any adventure.
I found a good shake would get the dirt off after a day of dragging it around at the crag. This made it great for keeping packs, gear, and dogs out of the mud.
Hey, all you overlanders: this is what you want in the back of your Tacoma. Made from ripstop nylon with a durable water-repellent coating, it’s my first choice when I have to lay down and change a tire in the rain, snow, or mud. The striped earth-tone patterns also look good laid across sandstone in Moab. When packed up, it sits somewhere between the Victory and Mexican blankets in terms of size.
Whether you’re hanging out around a campfire, trying to stay warm in your tent at base camp, or just enjoying a spring evening by the lake, the difference between comfort and hardship can be made or broken by the presence of a good blanket. There are very few blankets that are built with adventure in mind and even fewer that are versatile enough to remain useful in unforeseen or unexpected circumstances. The Kachula Adventure Blanket has got you covered on both fronts.
It’s a super durable blanket. It’s lightweight, waterproof, dirt-resistant, and nylon – so it’s ideal for the outdoors. Extra bonus, it’ll double as a pillow when you pack it into the pouch.
There are very few blankets that are built with adventure in mind and even fewer that are versatile enough to remain useful in unforeseen or unexpected circumstances. The Kachula 2.0 Adventure Blanket has got you covered on both fronts.
its bit heavy hope if its be less then 500g nice
Awesome light blanket, pillow, poncho... take it with me everywhere!
I love it. It works amazing
Right now I’m sitting on it, waiting in the airport - Milano. We were hiking in the mountains of Kefallinia, small island in Greece. Perfectly on the beach, to lie on or as a sunhield, Picknick, raincover and it’s quite warm. We didn’t aspect that it’s creeping so much heat.
The sipper is not really sewn well, hope it will last. And why are there not more points to connect the hood to the blanket? Two more would be affordable for you so it’s five. That would be great.
All together it’s still expensive I think, but it’s worth it I think so far.
I like it.
I love it!