All the comforts of home.

You love your down comforter at home, but toting it along on your next backcountry trek isn't exactly an option. Take along the Therm-a-Rest Alpine 35 Down Blanket, instead. Thanks to its highly compressible 700-fill down, lightweight 20D nylon, and zipperless design, this sleeping bag alternative is a great choice for those trying to shave weight in their pack.

  • Nylon shell fabric features a water-resistant coating to shed small spills and stains
  • Down insulation has a high warmth-to-weight ratio for easy packing and hauling
  • Lightweight materials and zipper-free design save weight over a regular sleeping bag
  • Unlike a traditional sleeping bag with a wrap-around design, the Alpine Down Blanket lets you lie directly on your sleeping pad rather than compressed insulation
  • Elasticized footbox pocket keeps drafts at bay
  • Baffled construction helps keep the down in place so it doesn't develop cold spots
  • Press snaps along the sides let you pair with Therm-a-Rest fitted sheets and a Therm-a-Rest mattress for a lightweight backcountry sleep system
  • Combine two together for a luxurious double sleep system with your partner
  • Regular dimensions: 48 x 76 in; Long dimensions: 52 x 80 in

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5 5

Wonderful lightweight quilt!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have used this on multiple summer trips in the Sierras and it is the perfect solution for an ultralight down quilt that doesn't break the bank. I used it paired with a thin primaloft jacket (with hood) and a jacket, and ridgerest sleeping pad down to freezing multiple times. I am a back and side sleeper and I have had no problems with drafts when sleeping. I am 6' and got the regular size.... the larger size would maybe be better, but the regular is ok. This is one of the best products I own.

5 5

where has this been all my life?!

This is feather weight, packs down very small, and is unexpectedly warm for the size/weight. We got a pair of these for camping in the Dolomites in the summer, and have them snapped together to create a single down comforter. For summer camping in the mountains, they are extremely comfortable and just the right weight. I have not yet tried it with the snap system on a single pad, but I expect it will be equally good. This is lighter than my old ultralight, single person down bag, and more versatile.

What is the size of the stuff sack?

What is the size of the stuff sack?

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Hey Josh, that's loosely stuffed right, not compressed?

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The supplied stuff sack will compress down to 10" X 7". I use the Thermarest Simply Dry Sack in the Large size to take it down to 7" x 7", and waterproof too!