Pump Bag (Replacement)
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Have not had a chance to use it outdoors bus so far is a favorite blanket in the house. Looking forward to many years of use.
Here in Minnesota on the 3rd day of spring, officially, we still have up to 3 feet of snow in parts of the yard. It might be a minute before I get to use my new Pufflo+ out in the wild. In the meantime, reclining in a snowbank will have to do. My review is simple; THE Best camp pillow there is!
I purchased a 40 degree puffle a few months ago as an alternative to a traditional bag; and it was a game changer. So when I saw that an upcoming campout was supposed to get down below freezing - I purchased the 20 degree version and was not disappointed. With windchill, it hit the mid 20s, and I was sweating in my hammock and had to let in some cooler air (which was so much easier than it would have been in a traditional mummy bag). Most importantly, I slept like a rock under the quilt. I'm definately a quilt convert after my puffle experience.
I got my significant other one as a gift and one for myself. We can use them hammock camping, tent camping or just for chilly days!
Love these strong compact poles. They pack well in luggage and are easy to extend. I’m very glad that I found them.
I find that most bags never pack as nice or as tight after the first time you open them. This one does the trick! Fits well in my hiking pack.
I've had my Hot Pocket for almost 3 years now. I was one of the original backers on Kickstarter and really loved the idea of a multifunction heating device for my outings.
The Hot Pocket did not disappoint. I've used it for several winter outings, including heating my Puffle before bed while snow camping.
When not on the trail with it, my Hot Pocket lives in my truck as an emergency heat source.
I love this product and can't wait for the new battery pack to come out.
Finally! No more sleeping on the sharp end of a pencil like other inflatable pillows. Oh my neck!! I loved my Pufflo UL so much I splerged and picked up the Pufflo Topper. Oh my lanta! It's the most comfortable backpacking pillow there is. Dang near as comfortable as your pillow at home.
I've been meaning to leave another review having now used my Puffle on a couple of wild camping trips.
The difference in the quality of sleep I'm getting with the Puffle, over my old 'Mummy' sleeping bag is incredible.
I've had some of the best night's sleep I've ever had when camping!
Thank you again for a great product.
Thank you for your help in getting my puffle 0 to me fter it as lost in shipping. Can't wait to go camping.
Back last summer, I did my first hammock camping in about 30 years. What a difference great gear makes! My earlier experience was back during a Boy Scout summer camp with a basic cargo net style hammock and only a sleeping bag. I was cold all night and woke up with a stiff and sore back. Fast forward to last summer... As I only had a single Puffle 55 at that time, I used it for my underquilt and draped my sleeping bag over me to use as a top quilt. About halfway thru the night I had to drop it down to my waist as I was overheating. And that night was a windy and rainy night... In our little group, I was the only one off the ground in my Nube shelter w/ Pares hammock, and I was the only one that didn't get soaking wet or had their tent try and blow away with them it! Well... except for the one gal that sets up her tent inside another tent! The hardest part for me was getting up, I was just too comfortable!
So, if you like your camping trips to be cold and miserable, you should look elsewhere! You won't get that experience with the Puffles, they are just too warm! And the reason for that is that the temperature rating is based on "comfort" instead of "survivability!" (Seriously, this should be on the main page for each puffle instead of buried in the gear hub!)
Good looking product that protects you from weather and bugs.
So easy to use and durable. I don’t feel like my hammock is going to fall
Used my friends Sierra Madre and loved it. Finally got my own and went on my first backpacking trip. My Nube’ didn’t fail.
I camp regularly with my kids for scouts and we camp in some near-freezing or even freezing conditions. After years of hating sleeping bags because they trap my feet and make me claustrophobic, I finally pulled the trigger on a Puffle 0 Vegan and used it this past weekend on a campout. It packs way smaller than my less warm former sleeping bag. It does not trap my feet. It was very toasty even when temps got down to 34 overnight. And... the best part is my feet had room, even when the bottom was cinched down for warmth. The length of the puffle is great for me and I'm 6'0". My 6'1" son slept in one too and loved it. Also, this bag is LIGHT. You can hardly feel it when you are under it. Love it and highly recommend!