The Badlands National Park Blanket is made from 100% virgin wool and is home to stripes of deep forest green, golden sunrise yellow, sunset orange, and earthy brown that bring to mind the park's beautiful but inhospitable landscape. The durable blanket features a brand label and was made in Pendleton's Pacific Northwest mill.
Badlands National Park is one of the country's most extreme parks in terms of terrain. It was designated a national treasure by Franklin D. Roosevelt and features landmarks like eroded buttes, pinnacles, and spires. The terrain is home to the black footed ferret, North America's most endangered land mammal.