- Size: Approximately 74” x 50”
- Weight: 2.3 to 2.6 lbs.
- Material: Made of Reclaimed Fibers (Acrylic, Polyester, and Cotton blend)
- Made in Mexico
The uses for these Mexican Blankets are numerous. Whether you are just seeking an attractive yet comfy blanket to use as a throw in your living room, or want to add a stylish flair to your bedroom, this Mexican blanket delivers high quality comfort and visual appeal.
The recycled fibers become softer with each wash, making the Mexican blanket a great blanket to curl up with at night, but it is also durable enough to withstand the wear and tear of being that blanket you bring along to picnics, trips to the beach and other outdoor outings. Measuring approximately 74” by 50”, the Mocha, Burgundy, and Forest Green Mexican Blanket is just right and can be rolled up for effortless transport or storage. Choose from other blankets or from matching hoodies if you want to match-up colors and styles to make a bold statement.
Hand or Machine wash in warm or cold water. Tumble dry with low heat. Adding softener when washing or a softener sheet in the dryer makes them feel great. Lint will go away after 1 or 2 washing. Be sure to empty your lint trap. Due to the authentic nature of the manufacturing process there may be loose strings. Simply remove these with a scissors or keep the rustic look.
DISCLAIMER: Although we try to represent all of our products as accurately as possible, due to the nature of Mexican blankets, the tone of the colors can vary and may not match the photo exactly.
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Perfect. Purchased for my husband who is hard to please and very picky. He loves it.
Just perfect to leave over the arm of our outdoor couch so that as autumn evenings cool down, comfort is right there in reach! Soft and cozy and comfortable!
No flaws and good service. I plan to purchase again!
I loved the colors. It was a little damaged
In the middle it had a slight defect. I kept it because it is so cute
Like the blankets very much, but I do with La Montana would take a clue from Vera Cruz and tighten up those "X" lines more to make them less apt to snag. They are softer than the Vera Cruz line, which is in their favor, though. As has been stated elsewhere, when washed and put in the dryer, the first few times you need to stop the dryer and clean out the lint trap, like, every 10 minutes or you'll have a felted mess in the trap you could use as a saddle blanket.