Ocean Pocket Blanket

by Matador
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The Matador Pocket Blanket is a dry, clean place to sit – anywhere, anytime. This limited edition blanket features artwork from Hawaii based artist Sarah Caudle. Ideal for hiking, parks, beaches, festivals, and picnics. Water repellent, puncture resistant, fits in your pocket. Folds up in seconds with the Easy-Pack Pattern. Go ahead, take a seat. 

View her artwork at www.sarahcaudleart.com

For every Ocean Pocket Blanket sold, we'll remove 1 lb of trash from waterways. Scroll down to learn more about how we'll do this.

Learn more about the original Pocket Blanket here. Please note: Original Red, Alpine Green, and Black selections above do not have the Ocean print. 


  • 3.8 oz (108 g)  
  • 63 X 44 in (160 X 110 cm)   

Technical Specs:  

  • Fits 2-4 adults 
  • Pattern included for easy re-packing     
  • Built-in corner stakes 
  • Weighted corners & sand pockets for windy days 
  • HyperLyte Nylon; water/puncture resistant 
  • Integrated storage pouch 

Working with Hawaii based artist Sarah Caudle, we created a limited edition run of Pocket Blankets featuring one of her artworks.
We’re committing to remove 1lb of trash from waterways for every blanket sold on site. We’re going to do this in three ways:

We’re starting our cleanup efforts right here in our own home state of Colorado. Our team regularly visits local lakes and rivers to remove trash ourselves. Local to Colorado and want to join us at our next cleanup event? Email us
This organization works with their local communities to care for Hawaiian coastlines through large-scale beach cleanups, education and outreach initiatives. Funds donated to Sustainable Coastlines will be used directly for cleanup logistics as well as community education about plastic pollution.
This organization is working to protect our oceans, waves and beaches by working for clean water, beach access and preservation, protection for special places. Funds donated to Surfrider Oahu will be used for their Ocean Friendly Restaurants initiative, working with restaurants working towards Zero Waste by committing to plastic and Styrofoam bans. One of the best ways to reduce plastic in the oceans is to ensure it never gets there in the first place.

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