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Best travel blanket 2018 – [Buyer’s Guide]

Last Updated June 1, 2023

Roger BarnettHi there, my name is Roger Barnett and the first thing I would like to say is thanks for stopping by my website. After 54 hours of research including speaking with consultants and experts, and plenty of parents and 15 hours spent testing 10 travel blanket, I believe that I found the best travel blanket of 2018.

Just read here for my top 3 recommendations. Why are these 3 travel blanket on top of my list? Well read on… Without further-a-do, let’s take a look at the Top 3 list in 2018 which are available in the market.

Best travel blanket of 2018

I am going to specify each good-to-buy feature as much as possible for your references. Customers need to be careful on how they spend their money on these products. The rating is based on multiple factors: The 3 metrics ‐ Design, Materials, Performance, and other indicators such as: Popularity, Opinions, Brand, Reputation and more. The “Total” indicates the overall value of the product.

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№1 – Pocket Outdoor Travel Blanket

Pocket Outdoor Travel Blanket

All-Purpose Travel Blanket – These indoor – outdoor blankets are ideal for kids and adults who love hiking, backpacking, camping, dog parks or relaxing in the backyard.
Securable Pockets & Loops – Each travel-size blanket features built-in corner pockets and anchor loops for securing it to the ground or storing phones and gear.
We’ve been using it for 4 months and didn’t notice any flaws.

Why did this travel blanket win the first place?

The rear part fits perfectly! It is mounted really tight and reliable. I don’t know anything about other models from this brand, but I am fully satisfied with this product. I am very happy with the purchase. It is definitely worth its money. The product is top-notch! The product is very strong. Its material is stable and doesn’t crack.


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№2 – Cozy Silk Camel Silk Throw Children Blanket / portable travel mini & standard blanket filling with 100% natural mulberry silk – Pink mini

Cozy Silk Camel Silk Throw Children Blanket / portable travel mini & standard blanket filling with 100% natural mulberry silk - Pink mini

Dimension: Mini Version 47.2 IN X 35.4 IN (120 cm X 90 cm), great children gift.
Cover – 100% 60S 500TC Cotton, Filling – 100% high grade long strand mulberry silk
Cozy throw Blanket for your children sleeping, travel kit and office lunch break
A little more expensive than comparable models.
It stank for a few days. The smell didn’t wear off for a long time..

Why did this travel blanket come in second place?

I like this product. For such a low price, I didn’t even hope it to be any better. It’s decently made. Managers explained me all the details about the product range, price, and delivery. The material is pretty strong and easy to wash if needed. The design quality is top notch and the color is nice.


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№3 – Travelrest 4-in-1 Premier Class Travel Blanket with Pocket – Covers Shoulders – Plush

Travelrest 4-in-1 Premier Class Travel Blanket with Pocket - Covers Shoulders - Plush

ULTRA-PLUSH and soft poncho style blanket, covers shoulders, entirely, will not slip down.
Built in carry case w/strap, keeps blanket clean. Easy transport.
Cozy, ultra plush blankets are soft, warm, luxurious, and comfortable.
Higher priced than many of our other picks.
Takes some getting used to.

Why did this travel blanket take third place?

It is inconvenient to use due to the size. I am going to get something different next time. I liked the design. We’ve been using it for 2 months and it still looks like brand new. It doesn’t squeaks nor bents. Looks great in my apartment. A very convenient model. It is affordable and made of high-quality materials.


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travel blanket Buyer’s Guide

If you keep the before points in mind, you can easily go out to the market and buy travel blanket, right? No!


DaDa Bedding Collection wants to serve our customers the best and finest materials of throw blankets so that you can enjoy the comfort and warmth our blankets are created for.

Microfiber – Much more breathable and affordable material compared to cotton.  – Cruelty free sherpa made of microfiber and usually used on the back of some throw blankets.

Energy use

Most blankets are very energy efficient, costing very little to run. And using your electric blanket to keep you warm in bed, or around the house in the case of heated throws, can reduce how much you rely on your heating, helping to keep bills down too.


Close proximity to heat allows blood flow to increase around sore areas, which can alleviate some pain associated with arthritis, backache and muscle soreness. Some allergy sufferers could also benefit as the heat reduces moisture and humidity in your bed, lessening the likelihood of dust mites.

Other heated products

Described as the modern hot water bottle, these are useful if you only want heat concentrated to a specific area of your body. They come in basic, cushion style and wrap forms, with some being cordless so they can be used on the move.


The heated blankets that are on the market today are a world away from electric blanket of the past. They are lightweight, come in super luxurious fabrics, have much improved safety features and are incredibly energy efficient.  If you are looking to keep warm and save a bit of money on your heating bill in the process, look no further.

There are so many different blankets available it is hard to know which one to choose. Here is a quick breakdown of your best choices. To help you get the right product we have extensively researched reviews from customers and the experts and come up with a simple guide to getting the best electric blanket for you.

What you need to know

Most blankets have between a to year warranty, when you have bought a product ensure that you register it according to the directions in the manual. Most of the major companies are pretty good about honouring their warranties, as long as there has been reasonable care taken with the blanket. You will probably have to pay for shipping if you end up having to send the blanket back to the manufacturer.

The other big worry over electric blankets is the idea that they are dangerous to your health. This stems from some early research that linked exposure to electromagnetic filed (EMFs) which electric blankets produce in low quantities, to possible increased chance of getting some forms of cancer. This has been heavily studied and the most recent studies have not been able to find a link between EMFs and cancer. If you are worried about EMFs then it is probably best to look at other alternatives.

Customer service and support from the big companies

When buying heated bedding it is important that you buy from a company with an outstanding customer service reputation. Obviously avoid any companies that have a reputation of not honoring the warranty, or who make it hard to get replacement parts.

The following are the three main companies that make the majority of the electric bedding that is sold in the Canada and the United States.

Sunbeam: Sunbeam has put all of their instruction manuals on their website (in case you loose yours). You can contact customer service through a form on their site or by calling 1-800-667-8623(U.S) or 1- 800-667-8623(Canada). Replacement controllers can be ordered by contacting customer service.

Biddeford : Biddeford customer service can be reached at 1-800-789-644from 8am – 5pm Central Time.

Who should get this

The case for a puffy blanket comes down not to a matter of need, but quality of life. When you’re reading a book outside and the sun passes behind the clouds, you could wrap yourself in that crunchy emergency space blanket stashed in the trunk of your car, the chenille throw that used to live on your couch, or you could burrito yourself in something that will neither detract from the experience or get damaged: a wicking, stain-resistant, ripstop nylon, puffy blanket for lounging around in nature.

Pull Quote

The case for a puffy blanket comes down not to a matter of need, but quality of life.

Puffy blankets as we know them are relatively new additions to the outdoor scene, but people have attempted to stay toasty with insulated blankets while recreating outside for at least a century. Terry Young, a professor of anthropology and geography at California State Polytechnic and author of Heading Out: A History of American Camping, told me via email that while early adventurers didn’t use puffy blankets per se, they availed themselves of similar things as early as 191That’s when celebrated travel writer Horace Kephart mentioned ‘eiderdown’ sleeping bags in his seminal book, Woodcraft.

Half a century later, after experts like Jack Sukalac began making custom down sleeping bags for everyone from wildlife photographers to geologists to QVC announcers with dreams of hitchhiking to Polar Bear Country (true story), designers looked at their insulated, nylon sleeping bags and realized they might hold value outside of sleeping.

Blankets insulated with down or synthetic fill and given repellent treatments not only pack down smaller than blankets traditionally used outside, but also wash well, dry quickly, fight staining and odors, and offer more warmth for their weight. Wearing an insulated camp blanket, you can feel comfortable in a wider range of temperatures in conditions, with more room in your bag for other camp or travel essentials.

How we picked

In my initial scan of blankets that could possibly be considered ‘puffy,’ I started with 6models, and looked at them for the criteria below. Ultimately, I found 1blankets were worth considering in my tests.

Weight: A good insulated blanket shouldn’t weigh more than a few pounds. A good sleeping bag might weigh shy of pounds, but the average puffy blanket I considered was slightly more than two pounds.

Size: The blankets I considered range from 50 by 70 inches (which Rumpl designates ‘throw size,’ or big enough for a 6-foot adult) to 80 by 7inches. Ultimately, I found the smaller size is plenty big enough for hanging around.

Customer Service: I considered blankets primarily made by companies with easily accessible customer service and strong warranties. The blankets I considered came with warranties that lasted anywhere from a year to a lifetime; if they were made by a small company, I made sure the manufacturers were responsive to notes sent via email and social media.

Machine washable and dryer-safe: It’s important for an outdoor blanket to be able to handle stress and be cleaned of grime easily—there will be no kid gloves in the backcountry. I eliminated all blankets that are hand-wash only, though many people I spoke with for this guide heavily stress the benefits of handwashing (easier to spot-clean, better prevents insulation from clumping up or falling apart). Of all your blankets, your camp/travel blanket is probably the one that will go through the most—and cleaned the least. I looked for blankets with anti-microbial odor-resistant treatments and shells that were stain-resistant or could be easily spot-cleaned.

Durable design: Depending on how often you get your blanket dirty, how often you pack and unpack it, and how much you move around while using it, your blanket is going to be stressed. A strong stitch pattern will help keep the insulation in place and be less likely to come loose itself. When Sukalac makes down sleeping bags, he likes to stitch in 14- or 16-inch squares. That way, you’re more likely to sew with the grain of the fabric.

Packability: One of the main selling points for an outdoor puffy blanket is its packability and ability to withstand being packed and unpacked. Size is important, but not to the point where a square inch will make the difference between models—you’re not using these blankets for thru-hiking, after all. The most packable blankets are ones used with stuff sacks, so I chose to test blankets that came with their own dedicated sack.

Measuring up

Upon receiving the blankets, I measured and weighed them to see if they held true to manufacturer specs (all did, within an inch or ounce using a tape measure and aging kitchen scale respectively). I sat around on my porch at night in each of them to get familiar with their ‘bonus features’—the snaps, toggles, velcro pockets, and hand pockets—and determine whether I liked how they felt outright.

In the wild

I pitted the blankets against each other at outdoor movie nights hosted by Seattle brewery Peddler Brewing. I went to two of the movie nights: first with just the four thinnest and least expensive models (which fit in two bike panniers all together) in late August with two other testers; and then with all of the blankets and six other testers in late September, after the brewery had turned on its outdoor heat lamps but with the temperature still in the 40s and 50s. (I also brought my REI uninsulated camp blanket as a control). Throughout the two-hour evenings, testers responded to prompts in my test journal (“How long did it take for you to feel warm? Is it pleasant to touch? Is the insulation evenly distributed? Does it stay on you easily or slip off? Do its bonus features extend its use without compromising its functionality as a blanket?” etc.), packed and unpacked the blankets to rate how easy the process was, ate and drank while trying to keep the blankets on their shoulders and food off the blankets, and sat on benches and cold concrete.

Compression test

Easy maintenance is a huge selling point in outdoor goods, so I made sure to evaluate how well these blankets stood up to the washing machine. I went to Fremont Clean Express Laundromat at 7:30 on a Sunday morning, when I assumed monopolizing the commercial front-loading washers would be less intrusive. To the concern of onlookers without context, I poured a half-ounce of my Americano on each of the 1blankets whose care tags specifically mention washing machines, let the coffee sit for a minute, and then sent the blankets through four consecutive cycles—the first on warm, to reflect what might happen if people didn’t follow directions, and the next three on cold, as manufacturers suggested on their care tags.

Apart from the Winterial blanket, all of the blankets were still firmly intact and already half-dry. About half an hour into drying, some of the blankets were dry enough to start rippling in the breeze. After an hour, I enlisted the help of four teenage boys hanging around the docks to determine which blankets were driest. The boys and I both thought the Lightspeed and Kelty blankets were the most dry, though all but the Winterial were at least 90 percent dry.

Smell test

Upon returning home from Green Lake, I left the mostly-dry blankets in the plastic bin to reflect what would happen if I didn’t treat the blankets with utmost care. The next day, I unloaded all of the blankets and evaluated them for dampness and odor through touch and smell.

Flaws but not dealbreakers

The Down Puffy is the best puffy blanket option, but not a perfect product. After using some of the other blanket options, I found myself wanting smart functional details like snaps to keep the blanket in place around my shoulders, or a softer, suede-like finish. When I tried to see if it could double as a throw blanket indoors, it gripped well to a microfiber couch, but slid off sateen bedding. Additionally, it smelled slightly more in the sniff test than its synthetic counterpart, though not offensively.

The competition

Testers found that the Winterial Goose Down Camping Blanket 1-Person was soft and warmed them up more quickly than anything else—sometimes annoyingly so, because it wasn’t as breathable as other options. However, it failed in terms of durability. Upon first use, it came out of its stuff sack crinkly and lumpy; its down was clumpy and soggy after one cycle in the washing machine, and it never bounced back after that.

Taller testers raved about the big, quirky L.L.Bean Traverse 3-in-Camp Quilt. It’s definitely not the best for most people: There’s a giant hole for your head in the middle of it, so that it can be worn as a short-sleeve poncho. I found this feature to be of huge value while eating, but that the arms could have been a lot shorter. The placement of the hole on one side of the blanket also meant that it didn’t hang evenly; either your back or front is mostly uncovered at any given time. (It also meant that for testers of average height, the blanket dragged on the ground when they stood up). It’s the only blanket to have insulation stitched to both sides, which impressed Sukalac in terms of durability, but this limits its ability to puff up and capture heat: It wasn’t the warmest option. It also didn’t dry as quickly as other blankets, and smelled a bit more.

For a blanket of this price intended for the outdoors, I want to see more performance features in the Western Mountaineering Cloud Comforter. The comforter is the lightest, fluffiest, and warmest blanket I tested, offering the most luxurious experience (its name is fitting), but its shell wasn’t given any moisture- or stain-resistant benefits. My anxiety about putting an expensive blanket in harm’s way far surpassed my joy about being snug and warm. I ultimately decided against attempting to even wash the blanket because the manufacturer’s directions were so complicated. I later learned from a Western Mountaineering product manager that I could wash it in a front-loading washer if I had to, and intend to do so for an update to this guide.

The Lightspeed Outdoors Sundown Camp Quilt “has the stay-put-ability of a Snuggie without making me look like a dork,” one friend told me. It was also incredibly easy to pack and unpack, and tied for ‘fastest drying’ with my budget pick. However, it was slightly larger packed down than the runner-up pick; and less warm and durable than the top pick. The blanket is quilted on one side, with the other side open like a parachute: It can inflate to capture air, but at the risk of catching snags, or allowing the loose synthetic fill to move around. It also lost more stitches than any other blanket I considered. It was damp to the hand a day after going through the washing machine, though not visibly.

Larger and heavier than my top pick but just as packable, the Snugpak Jungle Blanket performs great for a third of the price. However, like the Sundown Camp Quilt, it’s only quilted on one side, with a gauzy parachute layer left to billow out around looser synthetic fill. Some felt this helped the blanket fit better to their bodies, but it also made the blanket feel bulky and more difficult to manage.


This is a silk blanket that will turn your boring travel time into a luxurious experience. It is a travel size blanket that is further available in two sizes, standard size, and mini size. The cover of this blanket is absolutely amazing; it is manufactured using cotton that is very durable. The blanket is filled with mulberry silk, which is, of course, the finest material available in the business sector.

As you may know that silk is naturally known as a hypoallergenic material and this is the reason this blanket is totally allergy free and is considered as the best for all the rheumatism sufferers. You can get this blanket in five different colors. Another incredible thing about this blanket is that it is moisture absorbent; it can absorb moisture and can resist water to some extent. It is resistant to things like bugs and mites, keeping you all safe from various infections that may attack you.

The blanket comes with a bag of its own. The bag is zippered; you can easily carry the blanket around when traveling. It is constructed free of all the harmful chemicals and flame retardants. The cover of this blanket is machine washable, but you cannot wash the material inside and make sure not to use bleach. It comes with a pocket-friendly price tag.

It is made free of chemicals

Here is another fantastic option that you have, it is super is quality, and the performance of this blanket is great as well. It is a product with the finest quality microfiber, and it feels really soft to the touch.

The filling of this blanket is completely anti-bacterial and free of all the germs. This makes it quite beneficial for all the people who are hypersensitive. The blanket is machine washable, and you can easily wash it on your own without any helping hand. It is light in weight and very easily foldable. You can fold it and make it a pillow, you can fold it and use it for lumbar support as well and other than all this, you can use it as a seat cushion too. Isn’t it fabulous? This is a four in one blanket that you can have at a very reasonable price.

Chemical free construction

This is one remarkable travel size blanket and is, without any doubt, the best you can get. The soft nature of this blanket is totally unchallengeable, and it is very light in weight, which makes it very easy for us to carry it while we travel. It is made up of fleece and polyester mixed.

You can purchase a single blanket or get a set of two with a little discount. This blanket is available in 1colors, which is a huge range of colors to choose from. It is manufactured absolutely free of chemicals and is very safe for everyone who is hypersensitive. The warmth level of this item is medium, and it will make your travel time more than comfortable.

It comes with a travel bag

The last but not the least, this blanket is exceptionally nice in performance, and the construction quality of this blanket is ten on ten. It comes in ten colors, so you get a great choice to choose from.

This blanket is product using super amazing microfiber that is double brushed, which makes it a lot softer than other blankets of its kind. It comes with an ability to absorb moisture so, in the case of sweating and sneezing, you are safe to go. It is very light weight and is easily foldable. This blanket comes with a travel bag of its own that is zippered so just fold the blanket and keep it in the bag when it is not required.

Other than all this, the durability rate of this blanket is very high. It is definitely going to be with you for years without any issue. The maintenance of this blanket is super simple; you can just wash it in the machine whenever needed. It is highly breathable and will surely keep you comfortable. It is available at a fair cost, and you have to trust me with this, it is worth the price you pay so you must give it a try.

Beach Camping Blanket

We have created the ultimate guide to these hugely popular products, so check out the reviews below that will tell you exactly what these blankets are all about, and also where to buy Slankets, Snuggies, and other blankets at the best prices online.

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Ear Plugs

The sleeping mask I suggested does come with one pair but these things love to fall out while you are wearing them. These are essential and cheap so pack at least a dozen of them. They block out the pilot, babies, loud talkers, and engine noise. This and the eye-mask should get the job done for most people.

The sleeping mask I suggested does come with one pair but these things love to fall out while you are wearing them. These are essential and cheap so pack at least a dozen of them. They block out the pilot, babies, loud talkers, and engine noise. This and the eye-mask should get the job done for most people.

Neck Pillow

I will be the first to admit these usually suck. I had tried many and gave up on them for years until I gave this memory foam pillow a shot. The problem is these take up valuable space in my backpack and after the flight it is just wasted space. But this pillow is sturdy on the sides and actually supports my head. It compacts itself into the pouch but is still on the large side for my tastes. The tradeoff is comfort and I do take this on most long-haul flights overseas. The pouch has just become me sleep gear bag. I stuff the eye-mask and ear-plugs in there as well.

Alternative to a neck pillow is simply the window seat and a sweatshirt. If you hate neck pillows this may change your mind but if traveling light is your number one objective this may not be for you. I have found it useful on long train rides and bus rides as well. It makes a nice pillow even when not wrapped around your neck.

Faux Fur Blankets

Faux fur can certainly add that touch of luxury to a space.

It can also look great if you’re going with a more rustic or old fashioned look, so it’s actually more versatile than you’d first think.

If you love fur but don’t want the real deal, a high-end faux fur throw blanket can be hard to decipher from the real thing.

Mermaid tail blankets have become very popular.

The blanket is made in the shape of a mermaid tail, so you actually slip both legs inside, and voila! Instant mermaid, cozy on the couch.

Sometimes you can find knitted varieties, but we’ve seen them in a lot of different fabrics.

Electric Blankets

For those who can never seem to get warm, or who just enjoy extra heat, an electric blanket is a wonderful choice.

Found in every colour of the rainbow, you can dress up a cozy corner with this type of blanket just as well as with any other kind.

Generally made of fleece or even polar fleece, sometimes these blankets also sport a strip of silk at one or both ends.

Travel Blankets

Sure, you could probably take just about any blanket with you on the road. But a blanket that’s specifically designed to be travelled with has certain features that your regular blanket won’t.

Typically these blankets are lightweight, and fold up small into a travel pouch or bag so that you can conveniently pack it along with you.

Some of them are made to drape over your body, while others are more of a smock style.

This is so you don’t shift out of it if you happen to fall asleep on a plane or in a vehicle.

Not all blankets are machine washable

Another thing to take into consideration is the maintenance behind your blanket.

Most ‘cheap’ blankets will be machine washable, which is great and makes it super easy to keep everything nice and clean.

If you’re opting for a more expensive material or blend, you’ll want to think about the cost of either dry cleaning or hand-washing it.

Wool tends to shrink, so consider taking any wool blankets to a dry cleaners to ensure they get the care they need.

If you’re super fancy and have covered your home in cashmere, please hand-wash it or send it off to a professional cleaner to avoid the risk of damaging the fine material.

If you’re choosing to hand-wash, there are a few key things to bear in mind.

Wool is very sensitive to heat, so use cooler water to wash any wool blankets. This will help to avoid that ‘sag’ that you might have seen on wool jumpers you’ve accidentally machine-washed.

Add detergent (I like the non-bio ones for sensitive skin the most) in whatever ratio the bottle suggests.

Gently move the blanket through the water before leaving it to soak for up to half an hour, depending on how dirty it is.

From here, drain the water and run the blanket under cool water, filling a basin and swishing it around again to remove any soap and leftover dirt.

Luxury Shu Velveteen Throw Blanket

Take a good travel pillow

Always be on the lookout for free seats – sometimes whole rows are empty on the flight and let’s face it, three seats are better than one. You will be able to lift up the arm rest and potentially lie down across a full row. So keep your eyes open and ask the cabin crew if you can move – who knows, they might even move you to First Class for real.

Invest in good headphones or ear plugs

Whether it’s a crying baby, a chatty neighbour or the noise of the engine, loud noises can ruin the chances of a peaceful flight, so make sure that you’re fully prepared. Bring some good quality noise-cancelling headphones and listen to some relaxing music, or if you want complete silence, buy some good quality ear plugs and pretend you’re beyond that elusive First Class curtain…

Bring your own blanket

Flights can be chilly when you’re sat still for hours and blankets aren’t always provided, or can be very thin. Bring your own cashmere lightweight blanket so you can snuggle up with a touch of First Class luxury, or for a shrewd packer’s tip, make sure one of your holiday scarves is a warm pashmina or shawl that can double as a cover – if you’re wearing it, it won’t count as hand luggage.

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But that will not be a problem anymore since this guide is all you need. It expertly covers the most popular choices for electric heated blankets; points out the most reviewed one and how to go about choosing the right one for you.

Trillium Electric Heated Travel Blanket

This electric heated blanket is super soft on your skin. It is fitted with extra soft micro-fleece material for all the comfort you would ask for.

With this electric heated blanket, the winter cold will be the least of your problem. Sunbeam Fleece Heated Throw, Mushroom, TSF8US-R772-31A00 is precisely designed for comfort and keeps a good heat on you the entire night. It is an intelligent piece that will adjust to changes in temperature around you. A valid warranty from Sunbeam is a sure token for quality and reliability.

It is created in thermofine heating system that senses and adjusts to surrounding temperature. Sunbeam Quilted Fleece Heated Blanket with EasySet Pro Controller is the perfect choice for unrivaled comfort and softness. The wiring is great and apart from the feel of a plastic fabric it will just feel like the traditional blanket. It will give you heat for hours before it automatically turns off.

Silent Comfort Electric Heated Blanket

Luxurious comfort is what you are getting from this satin-trimmed electric heated blanket. It is the kind that will keep you warm and comfortable in your bed probably giving you a reason to sleep for long. It is easy to take since it is machine washable. You can put Dreamland Intelliheat Harmony Double Heated Over Blanket with Dual Control in a dryer with no risk of creases.





How to save up to 86%? Here is little trick.

You must visit the page of sales. Here is the link. If you don’t care about which brand is better, then you can choose the travel blanket by the price and buy from the one who will offer the greatest discount.



Final Word

First of all thanks for reading my article to the end! I hope you find my reviews listed here useful and that it allows you to make a proper comparison of what is best to fit your needs and budget. Don’t be afraid to try more than one product if your first pick doesn’t do the trick.

Most important, have fun and choose your travel blanket wisely! Good luck!

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