Kammok's All Adventure Camp Blankets are three-part kits that are easy to snap together and pack up.

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Kammok's All Adventure Camp Blankets are packable, three-part kits that are fast, intuitive, and incredibly versatile, thanks to modular snaps across the set. You can fold and snap them into a ground pad or mat, make-shift sleeping bag, poncho, or just use it as a blanket and snap it to your hammock.

The blankets—available in ember orange and stone gray—stay true to Kammok’s roots of developing innovative equipment that is versatile, durable, and comfortable, so you can pack less and cover more ground. The collection includes the Mountain Blanket, the Field Blanket, and the Mesa Mat, creating a blanket system that works together to keep you both warm and dry, no matter the weather. 

The Mountain Blanket is features a durable 40D Durable Water Repellant Gravitas exterior and a cozy soft fleece interior and a hydrophobic outer shell, blocking moisture and wind on the outside while providing next-to-skin comfort on the inside.

The Field Blanket features a durable microfleece inside and a waterproof ripstop shell outside for light-coverage and warmth whenever the weather turns. 

The Mesa Mat keeps dirt away from the important things with a waterproof fabric that’s silky soft and packable. Weighing in at 10 oz and packing down to the size of your fist, this mat is there when you need it in a pinch, but virtually unnoticed in your pack.

Snap them all together or keep them separate.

During a Kickstarter campaign, Kammok raised more than $176,000 from 1,100 backers to help bring the project to life. Pre-order one today.

Kammok all adventure camp blankets

From top to bottom, the Mountain Blanket, Field Blanket, and Mesa Blanket.

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