Pendleton Roll-Up Camp Blanket

Pendleton Roll-Up Camp Blanket
Pendleton Roll-Up Camp Blanket
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Roll-Up Camp Blanket by Pendleton
Whether you're heading to the campsite, beach, or music festival, Pendleton's Roll-Up Camp Blanket is a great way to establish your zone and provide sanctuary for your crew. The Roll-Up is made a mix of pure virgin wool and cotton, so it's warm, soft, and will dry reasonably fast if one of your friends spills drinks all over it. Plus, the blanket's woven and manufactured at home in the USA, so every purchase goes toward supporting American workers and families.

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SKU: PNN00G1
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