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Dotsero Down Blanket

The pack-for-any-adventure blanket

Back by popular demand, our plush and cozy Dotsero Down Blanket features 650 DownTek™ water-repellent down which is extremely compressible and super warm. Squeeze it into your bike paneer, your packraft or last free space of your backback, or keep it with you for stargazing full-moon nights during all your summer van-ventures. You'll soon learn to never leave home without it.
$249.95
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Specs + Sizing

Bag Weight2lb 2oz / 964g
Fill Weight21oz / 595g
Stuff Sack Size8" x 17.5" / 20 x 45cm
Sleeping Bag TypeComforters, Quilts, Liners

Features

Plush down blanket with 650 fill power DownTek™ down and technical outer fabric

Stuff into your bike pannier, packraft or backpack for an extra layer or warmth

Keep it with you for stargazing full-moon nights for summer vanlife adventures

Mesh storage sack & nylon stuff sack

Construction + Materials

Polyester taffeta shell fabric with a water-repellent finish

Polyester taffeta lining

Quilted construction

650 fill DownTek™ repels water while maintaining insulating value - bluesign® Certified PFOA and PFOS free water repellent chemistry

Imported

Here’s what other people think.

What’s in a Name?

Dotsero, a small town amidst the confluence of the Eagle and Colorado Rivers, was used as the "Dot Zero" for Ferdinand Hayden while making survey maps of Colorado in the late 1800's. Lying at the base of Colorado's most recent active volcano, legend has it that Ute hunters returned to the area after one winter to find the Eagle Valley filled with smoke, and fresh lava flows had hardened across the land. Dotsero, the Ute word for "something new", is now a popular summer spot for river runners, mountain bikers, and anyone looking to escape the mountains for some high-desert distractions.