Real Campers Put the #AdventureBlanket to the Test
Posted on October 20 2017
We love Belmont Blankets. They're cozy, durable, and can handle just about any adventure you bring them on. But we might be a little biased. That's why we gave #adventureblankets to experienced campers in the field. We knew their outdoor fun would really put our products to the test.
Let's find out what they thought.
"No limit to the number of uses."
Shari G. and friend took their Belmont Blanket camping and kayaking at Lake Michigan. They used their blanket to stay cozy in the tent, and to have a picnic on the beach. They liked that it's, "easy to throw in the car, tent, or sea kayak, though big enough for two people to lay comfortably on the beach."
"With its water proof material and warm fabric I will certainly be taking this blanket on all my up coming travels!"
Jessica G. took her Belmont Blanket to Bumping Lake Campground in Washington. She curled up and stayed warm with the Adventure Blanket in her tent. On the second night, she tried her Adventure Blanket with her hammock, and fell asleep beneath the stars.
Read Jessica's full review, here.
"I was really impressed with the size this rolls into."
Elliot B. brought his Adventure Blanket to Coho Campground in Washington. At six feet tall, Elliot finds that most blankets aren't big enough. He was impressed by the size of the Adventure Blanket, both when it was laid out and when it's rolled up.
Read Elliot's full review, here.
"A great additional play space for our kids at our camp site."
Ashley Y. and her family went camping at Millersylvania State Park in Washington. The kids loved playing on the soft, fleece side of the blanket. "I didn't have to worry about washing it when we got home. I just stuck it with our camping stuff."
Read Ashley's full review, here.
We're thrilled to hear that campers are enjoying our blankets when they're spending time outside.
Join in our excitement, and hear even more about our products from our founder and additional happy customers at our recent launch party in Portland, Oregon.