Disaster control blanket, surplus
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Well someone must be pretty optimistic somewhere, or alternatively they're going to stuff shaken and hypthermic people into sleeping bags, like they did in the Falklands war to diarrhoea patients. Oh where were we? Yes, yes: these are pretty good blankets!
Thickish, gray, measurements 210 x 150 cm (6.8' x 5'), likely has a good percentage of wool. The edges are reinforced against fraying. For some reason these have silver and gold coloured bits of thread randomly imbued to the fabric. Nice! Don't be afraid, this is just like any regular ol' army blanket, but for a slightly less than average price.
Weight about 1,8 kg.
Surplus of unknown origin
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