Explorer Wraparound Blanket // Atlantic Blue Edition
Note: This is a preorder. Anticipated ship date is Oct. 15th (you will receive a notification upon shipment).
Say hello to one of our most unique products yet. Made with heavy synthetic wool, The Explorer Wraparound Blanket is woven and weighted heavily to wrap and drape your body while hiking or on a stroll - the blanket feels and looks so unique that it will exceed expectations with anything currently on the market. The 42 oz weight of the blanket and saturated colors will look and feel exactly like the premium quality you would expect from The Parks Apparel. Additionally, the four wooden toggles on the sides of the blankets ensures that the blanket won't fall while in use. Welcome to the new standard in blankets. This is The Parks Explorer Wraparound Blanket.
- Material acrylic wool
- 47" x 71"
- 42 oz.
- Wearable with 4 wooden toggles and loops to hold in place
- Flat knit processed
- Leather laser embroidered patch
- Every purchase supports our mission to empower women outside
- Machine Wash Cold, Gentle Cycle
- Dry Flat
* avoid putting in the dryer to maintain long lasting quality of embroidered leather patch.
The blanket is just how it is shown and described in the picture. It arrived on time, is very well made, and is soft. It is a great blanket and I would recommend it to others. Thank you!
Well made blanket for me with give-back proceeds to others= Feel good, conscious purchase
I am so in love with these wrap around blankets. I have already bought another two so I can share them with those that I love. I also love how every purchase helps to save 100 yards for wildlife! They are also so amazing at taking the time to personally thank you each time you make a purchase or even to check on your order and thoughts when they are on back order from it being so popular. If you haven’t bought one of these blankets yet, you’re missing out and should get one!
I love the product However, The only thing is the picture samples arent exactly representative of what u get. The Atlantic