Pendleton Jumbo Bandana

Pendleton Jumbo Bandana
Pendleton Jumbo Bandana
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Jumbo Bandana by Pendleton
From long backpacking trips in the summer to bluebird snowshoeing excursions in the winter, enjoy the versatility of the Pendleton Jumbo Bandana. Made from a soft cotton, this large bandana features an iconic geometric pattern to keep you looking good wherever your travels take you. Use it to cover your head, protect your neck from the sun, wipe the sweat from your brow, or as an impromptu satchel when you're in a pinch.

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