Pendleton Whisperwool Muffler

Pendleton Whisperwool Muffler
Pendleton Whisperwool Muffler
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Whisperwool Muffler by Pendleton
Pendleton made the Whisperwool Muffler out of virgin merino wool for natural thermal regulation, odor-resistance, and a super soft feel that's sure to last.

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SKU: PNN00FP
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