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Wool Blanket OD Green 70% Wool 60 x 80" New Military Style Warm and Comfortable

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Three pound woolen blankets are perfect for use as emergency blankets in your car or truck, for outdoor concerts, or as camp blankets. These blankets measure 60x80" and come in three popular colors and four wool percentages.
Grey, 40% WoolCAMP-216
Grey, 50% WoolCAMP-217
Steel Grey, 60% WoolCAMP-218
OD Green, 70% WoolCAMP-219
Total number of Reviews: 10

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3.0 5
"green yes, od green no!"
4.0 5
"Yep. it's a green blanket. It's no whitney or hudson bay, but it would probably make an ok capote if you're on a micro budget, like me. You won't want to sleep on it naked though, thats for sure(just a tad scratchy). Awesome as a camping blanket, seems to be super tough. I would like to have several of these around the house or behind the seat of my truck."
5.0 5
"I love this blanket!!!, super warm and very durable, the weight is not that bad either. as others have said it is a bit scratchy, but hey you'll be warm and dry with it, an excellent addition to my 30 degree sleeping bag, i can stay out in 0 degree temps with them used in combination. awesome product, very impressed!"
2.0 5
"I received this blanket today. I followed the washing instructions and it darn near fell apart. I had to hand clean the washer and it smells awful. Even after washing the blanket smells musty. Go to an Army Surplus instead. CTD usually has great products - but not this one."
1.0 5
"Horrible blankets. Do not buy. This product is not what was described; the blankets absolutely disintegrated in the dryer, I could have made a better blanket out of the remaining parts. I\uFFFDll be lucky if it didn\uFFFDt ruin my washer and dryer. I had to empty the lint trap every minute to keep the dryer from catching on fire. Horrible quality. Absolute garbage."
4.0 5
"Pros: Very warm. Comfortable (for wool, get used to it sissy!), Good size. Good price.Cons: I have not washed it yet but I hear it doesn't hold up well (moral of the story is it is a good field or just in case blanket, I don't know why someone would get this to have on their bed everyday I mean come on, plus is it that much of a hassle to air dry it, goes along with it being a field/just in case blanket anyways).Overall: If you are not using it as an everyday blanket to make your room reminiscent of basic training its fantastic. Thank you for reading.Liberty will rise again..."
2.0 5
"Bought it for my pack. Wasn't expecting much so you can imagine my suprise when I realized just how bad it was. DO NOT WASH IT...EVER! Just hang it outside to get the chem smell out. Good thing I still have my Indian blanket (spun wool vs. wool weaved into a poly-whatever mesh)."
3.0 5
"Yes this blanket is a mess in the washer and dryer but I just had to wipe it out and empty the lint screen halfway through and afterwards. Wash according to instructions and add a cup of baking soda, dry and repeat a second time with a little fabric softener and it turned out awesome. It should get better with each wash. About your dryer catching fire, thats BS or you didn't read directions (low heat!!). I tried to use the lint as tinder to start a fire and it wouldn't even burn. I plan to pick one up at the military surplus store to compare."
3.0 5
"This blanket is sturdy enough to handle modest usage as a shooting mat, on the floor of a tent, or as a blanket. However, it definitely feels like it would come apart with a few washes or drying cycles. For retaining warmth, it's pretty good, but it's not very comfortable against exposed skin; less so than other wool blankets. Out of the bag, it smelled like embalming fluid. I had to leave it outside for a weekend before the nauseating smell went away. But, after that and a liberal application of Febreze, it's not too bad. I generally use it as insulation for the floor of my tent, or as a shooting mat - applications where my skin doesn't actually touch it - but as an actual blanket, I'll stick to the softer Polartec fleece."
2.0 5
"THIN! It wasn't possible to make a wool blanket as thin as a bed sheet, BUT, they did it anyway. It feels like I could jam my finger through it. Sure, it's good for a spare, but not for a \"camping wool blanket.\" I am disappointed."