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Thread: Recommendations for keeping lap dry in rain?

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    Quote Originally Posted by renard View Post
    We used an outdoor blanket made by Mambe and attached it to the frame bungee style. They have various sizes that they characterize as for pets and humans, lined and not.
    When i google outdoor blankets they all look pretty thick. Do they make thinner ones?

    I live in the Southeast and I’m traveling to Colombia (which I hear is pretty rainy this time of year but relatively warm), so I’m looking for something as compact as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NW-Will View Post
    That looks like a good set up for keeping lap and legs dry, I've got one on order, thanks for posting this.

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    Let us know what you think about it?

    Quote Originally Posted by giles88 View Post
    That looks like a good set up for keeping lap and legs dry, I've got one on order, thanks for posting this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NW-Will View Post
    Let us know what you think about it?
    Will do!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NW-Will View Post
    Let us know what you think about it?
    As promised....

    It's easy to put on, covers my legs well and I'm 6'3". There is a separate lap piece the directions say to use if your cushion is getting wet, but I think it's not necessary if you are wearing a rain jacket. The nylon waist strap is really long, trim it to fit. It's really lightweight, easy to fold it back up into the attached storage pouch. Haven't used it in the rain yet, but I think it's going to be a great piece of kit! If you want a more detailed review, you will have to wait until I get out in some rain.

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    Thanks for that.. appreciated.

    Quote Originally Posted by giles88 View Post
    As promised....

    It's easy to put on, covers my legs well and I'm 6'3". There is a separate lap piece the directions say to use if your cushion is getting wet, but I think it's not necessary if you are wearing a rain jacket. The nylon waist strap is really long, trim it to fit. It's really lightweight, easy to fold it back up into the attached storage pouch. Haven't used it in the rain yet, but I think it's going to be a great piece of kit! If you want a more detailed review, you will have to wait until I get out in some rain.

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    https://www.adaptationsbyadrian.com/product-p/333.htm

    This is a good company w/ good products.

    Or you could get your honey to ride on your lap, preferably facing backwards.
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