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Also available in Chocolate brown
Whether you’re driving home for Christmas, cooped up in some sub-zero carriage or shivering your butt off at 35,000ft, travelling can be a surprisingly chilly business. So thank heavens the snuggle-ologists at Slanket have created a travel-friendly version of their gorgeously cosy blanket with sleeves. It even comes in a handy travel bag.
Just like its big bro, this ultra snuggly 100% polyester blanket features loose sleeves that keep your arms covered whilst allowing you to use your hands. The difference is it’s a few inches shorter, so you can wander along aircraft aisles, Gandalf-style, without tripping headfirst into the steward’s nuts. Or his pretzels. Or his takings from the poor saps who’ve had to pay for extra blankets.
As well as planes, the lightweight Travel Slanket is ideal for use during icy train and car journeys. Yes, you’ll look a bit freaky when you’re filling up at Newport Pagnell services but at least you’ll feel nice and toastie. Mmm…cosy!
100% polyester fleece
Includes handy travel bag
Measures approximately 147cm(W) x 168cm(L)
Large loose sleeves - approximately 71.1cm(L) x 34.3cm(W)
What's the difference between this and the original slanket? Lila, Oxford - 19th August 2012
Firebox says: Its a lot smaller, the original Slanket is huge! This is around half the size!
I purchased the dark blue Slanket and I think it is amazing! Well worth the money, I highly recommend! Annabel, Devon - 1st June 2011
I have the original Slanket (which is fab btw)but the travel Slanket being equally as fab is a bit shorter than the original...a godsend if your a short ass like me. Its made of the same warm soft material as its bigger brother and comes with a wee bag made of the same material which makes it easier to fold up and carry about with you. Its ideal for keeping in the car, especially handy if the weather turns bad and you happen to get stranded in the snow...at least you wont freeze to death. I love mine, whoever invented them deserves a medal :). Shaz, Central Scotland - 4th January 2011