Olive Drab Green Warm Wool Fire Retardent Blanket, 66″ x 90″ (80% Wool)-US Military

  • Olive Drab Green Warm Wool Fire Retardent Blanket 66 x 90 80% Wool US Milit
Olive Drab Green Warm Wool Fire Retardent Blanket, 66" x 90" (80% Wool)-US Military Add to cart

Amazon Price: $39.95 $24.99 You save: $14.96 (37%). (as of December 20, 2016 8:15 pm – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 22.6 x 17 x 2.2 inches ; 3.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds

Customer Reviews

Larger than usual

136 people found this helpful.
 on February 1, 2014
By Amazon Customer
I ordered a couple of these to keep in our rigs for emergencies. We’re on the wet side of WA state and wool rules for keeping warm when wet. I’m a big guy (6′ and 225lbs) and the blanket covers me completely. It’s not too sctatchy and holds in the heat nicely. I’d bet the comfort of being able to wrap up and have my feet AND head covered will be worth the extra pound of weight on the off chance that I do ever carry it in an emergency situation.

Love it

77 people found this helpful.
 on December 28, 2013
By MBfletcher
Love it! It’s HUGE! Covers a whole queen size mattress. It’s very warm and cozy. I didn’t buy it for my bed but when I pulled the 4lb monster out of the box I knew that’s where it was going. It is washable which is great but do delicate cycles on the wash and dry. And watch your lint trap… Clogged mine up 3x before it was near dry.

Best blanket for the money.

46 people found this helpful.
 on October 14, 2015
By Jonathon Carpenter
When I got the blanket I weighed it at 3.5 lbs. This blanket is big. The 66″ b 90″ is accurate per the product description. I am not sure if its truly 80% wool because the tag on the blanket did not say. It does feel like its 80%, its rough but It’s not to itchy, I washed mine once to get rid of the smell and it also helped with the softness but it wasn’t that bad to begin with. The tag says this blanket is fire retardant. I haven’t tested this but it did come with a smell so I am assuming that’s the stuff they put on the blanket to help keep it from burning. I did have it close to a fire while camping. I had this blanket wrapped around my face and it didn’t bother me at all. I have been waiting to write this review because I haven’t been camping and Well I finally got to put this wool blanket to the test. Went camping and it got down in the 30s but I only had a 40 degree bag so I used this to keep warm, it worked great, it kept me warm.

Really nice and soft

113 people found this helpful.
 on January 13, 2014
By RTponce
Well your probably wondering why I would describe as nice and soft, well it is, and this is why. When I first got it I wanted to make it a little fluffier and I have done this several times with all wool blankets I have gotten, besides some wool blankets like the Italian and pretty much all surplus ones will have an odor to it like moth balls,. So you want to freshen them up. Anyway what I do is wash them in a gentle cycle and add a fabric softener, you’ll notice what seems to be a lot of fibers come loose and it will seem as if the blanket is falling apart, but it is not,, trust me! Anyway if there seems to be an odor still,, wash it again,( this blanket does not have an odor) and you’ll notice there will be a lot less fiber in the washer this time. From there put it dryer but at a setting of less dry and throw in one of those fabric softener towelets and dry about 80% to 90% and then let dry at room temperature, it will be ready to use that night with no distortion of material at all! Oh one more thing check your lint collector frequently about every 10 to 15 minutes till there seems to be no more fiber coming loose, this is what I used as a gauge when to take out of dryer,, it came out perfect! Enjoy

Great blanket

20 people found this helpful.
 on August 17, 2015
By anne
I’m glad I read another review that said to wash and dry this first.The reviewer said to gentle wash in cold water with some gentle soap and fabric softener. There will be a need to put it through the rinse cycle again, as there will be a lot of lint coming off. Not to worry though. It will be smart to have a lint guard at the end of your washer tube that runs into the sink. You will need to wipe out the wash after, as well. When putting in the dryer, add a few dryer sheets. Run dryer on a gentle setting NOT HOT, and check your lint catcher every 15 minutes to clean off. There will be a lot. It may be a bit under-dry, but just fold and hang over a chair or big hanger until fully dry. Mine is lint free, now.
Olive Drab Green Warm Wool Fire Retardent Blanket, 66" x 90" (80% Wool)-US Military Add to cart

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