Pendleton White Sands Blanket

Pendleton White Sands Blanket
Pendleton White Sands Blanket
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White Sands Blanket by Pendleton
Inspired by the sunset glow of shifting white sands and desert cacti in New Mexico's Tularosa Basin, Pendleton designed the White Sands Blanket. Hand woven in American mills with a cotton-wool blend and finished with an Ultrasuede trim, this splendidly soft blanket offers a durable construction that is made to keep you warm on cool high-desert nights while you count shooting stars by the fire.

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