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Snuggie "Outdoor": The Fugly Plastic Blanket With Sleeves

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Call us wusses, but there was a "freeze warning" last night and everything seems just a little chillier than normal.

So just in time, the brain trust behind Snuggie has announced a product that can go beyond the front door.

Snuggie Outdoor (online for $29.99) has a "nylon exterior shell [that] will help protect you from the elements." They recommend the fugly plastic blanket with sleeves for camping, tailgating, picnics and hayrides.

Fantastic news for those of us who'd like to look even worse while camping.

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