Swedish M90 square scarf, 70 x 70 cm, surplus
If you find regular bandanas and triangle scarves flimsy, here is a sturdy one with a fashionable Swedish M90 "splinter" camo pattern. Based on pictures we've seen online, wearing this pattern makes people incredibly beautiful.
Made from a thick poly-cotton (to our estimate) fabric as you would expect to find on combat uniforms. Can be tied around the head or neck, not too comfortable when worn over the face - unless you have a smothering fetish. Will likely soften a bit once worn in.
Tie into a fardel, sew into a pillow cover, use as a picnic tablecloth or whatever. If you're feeling up to it, search and find out what "furoshiki" means. There's plenty of uses and strength won't be an issue.
Swedish army surplus
These are new, most of the time in factory plastics.
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