Mini Sized when packed yet expands to 56”x60” when unpacked, allowing up to 4 people to sit comfortably! Great for any occasion simply slide it into your pocket or attach it to your pack with its carabiner.


Premium Best-In-Class Material -Reinforced Waterproof Rip Stop Nylon! This material is extra STRONG and resists the sharpest sticks and rocks making it the most durable pocket blanket available on the market!

100% Waterproof

It really is 100% Waterproof, Sandproof & Windproof! The material will not absorb any water, so it’s always DRY! Sand WILL NOT pop up through the seems when you're at the beach!

There Are No Shortcuts at Pike Trail

The journey down Pike Trail isn’t exactly easy with boulders to climb and steep crevasses to navigate but the payoff is absolutely worth it.  When you finally make it, the view is amazing and displays nature in its finest most pure form. Our company is named Pike Trail based off of these same virtues and values of relentless determination and a passion to create products that are tough enough to survive and protect us in the great outdoors.

Our Core Product

The Pike Trail Pocket Blanket

We’ve tried them ALL and have created Pike Trail’s pocket blanket to be useful for every outdoor scenario. Pike Trail pocket blankets are constructed together using a high grade, 100% waterproof and extremely durable material for your toughest outdoor needs. Don’t worry about this blanket blowing away in the wind! It has 4 Corner Sand Pockets and Stake Loops to keep it anchored.

After all, we use it for all of our outdoor adventures too and expect only the highest quality and performance with all of our hiking gear!

From Our Journal

4 Essential Survival Tips for Hikers

  Build a Solar Still using your Pike Trail pocket blanket Construct a Shelter with your Pike Trail pocket blanket Rig a Snare Get your Bearings by making a Compass   1. A Solar Still is one of the best ways to get water in a dry climate Directions: First find a low, unshaded area […]

The Ultra-Light 5 Day Hike

The goal with any hike whether it is a 5 month journey across the Pacific Trail or a quick day hike on the local trail, is to only take what is necessary to complete the journey. The reason for this is obvious, we want to be as light as possible so that we can save […]