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Wool Blanket 76x48" Yugoslavian Military Surplus

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Heavy weight, 100% pure wool blanket that weighs over 4 pounds from the Yugoslavian military.

The blankets feature whipped stitching around the edges, measure 76x48", and are Used in Grade II Condtion. 
Total number of Reviews: 6

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5.0 5
"Perfect size for a single person. And not a bad price for 100% wool. Good to roll up and throw in a SHTF bag."
5.0 5
"I got this quickly and it is worth the money. It is very large, very warm, and it is a good price."
5.0 5
"With a fleece sleeping bag liner, this should do fine for about anything. Nice and thick. Well worth the money."
5.0 5
"I got two of these awhile ago to keep in my truck for emergencies and camping. I hung them out in the weather (sun, wind, rain) for about 2 weeks to get rid of the surplus smell. One is from the '80s, the other from the '70s. The '70s one is a bit thinner, but is still thick enough to get the job done. These are great blankets for emergencies and it's getting hard to find 100% wool at this good of a price. I recommend snatching these up while they're here!"
4.0 5
"I bought two of them and am very satisfied by quality and price. The smell is not fresh, but it's for a first couple of days. 100% wool is much better (warm and dry) than 60% as the US military uses (I'm sweating under it). Thanks to the Yugoslavian military to send it here."
5.0 5
"I searched the web for a long time to find 100% mil wool blankets. Even checked a bunch of surplus stores. All they had were the blended ones. I ordered five from here the first time, and after seeing how good they were, I ordered another four. Well worth the money. Very thick, and to me, they look new. Not sure what the tags say in Serbo-Croatian though."