Woodland Camouflage - United States Army Patch - Woobie Weighted Blanket Shell
Woodland Camouflage - United States Army Patch - Woobie Weighted Blanket Shell
Woodland Camouflage - United States Army Patch - Woobie Weighted Blanket Shell
Woodland Camouflage - United States Army Patch - Woobie Weighted Blanket Shell
Woodland Camouflage - United States Army Patch - Woobie Weighted Blanket Shell
Woodland Camouflage - United States Army Patch - Woobie Weighted Blanket Shell

Woodland Camouflage - United States Army Patch

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The coveted Woodland Camo Patterned Woobie already embellished with the official United States Army Patch. The perfect fit for anyone who weighs 85-95lbs or prefers a lighter weight blanket.

Size: 44" x 61" (irregular shape)
Weight: 8lbs 11oz
Shell: 100% Nylon
Batting: 100% Polyester
Lined: 100% Polyester Interfacing
Fill: Sand-like Glass Beads
Pocket Size: 5 inches (may vary slightly)
Care: Machine Wash Cold Dry Low or Lay Flat
Ages: 2+ years old

Additional Patches or Name Tapes for this blanket can be purchased here.

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Layers of Our Woobie Weighted Blankets Faux Fur

Woodland Camo

The Woodland pattern is a camouflage pattern that was used as the default camouflage pattern issued to the United States Armed Forces from 1981, until its replacement in the mid 2000s. Woodland is usually what’s used to reference the black, brown, green prior to the ACU.  It also had 'chocolate chips' which was the desert pattern in the first Gulf war.

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MARPAT Camo

Marines have the Woodland and Desert MARPAT digitalis, The pattern I offer is the Woodland Digital camp pattern which is backed by the Coyote Brown, which was inspired by the Ralph Lauren Home paint color 'Coyote'. This color has since been discontinued from RL. 

CAMO HISTORY

ACU/UCP Camo

ACU is the grey digital pattern which was first introduced to the military in 2004, the same time as the UCP, Universal Camouflage Pattern. The ACU was actually the functional uniform design implemented at the same time as UCP but has since been retired.

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