A blanket, pure virgin wool, made according to Pendleton old tradition, with US national parks colors.
In the early 1900s, Pendleton Woolen Mills has honored America's national parks with a collection of blankets representative of each.
The cover of Glacier National Park was the first.
The story of the brand and its historical colors back to the time of border posts:
Blankets, according to their weight, were used for refilling, against furs and their value was indicated by the number of black stripes incorporated in their manufacture.
Thus, Pendleton, has adapted the colors and variations of the striped original theme, taking into account the distinctive characteristics of each park.
National parks Blankets, are still woven in Pendleton factories Northwest Pacific, for almost 100 years.
100% pure virgin wool.
Made in the USA.