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Feelyou Construction Site Fleece Throw Blanket Kids Toddler Exca

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Color:Excavator  |  Size:60" x 80"

This soft blanket uses 100% microfiber fabric with a moderate thickness, which is warm in winter and cool in summer. Suitable for indoor or outdoor activities. After get off work or in the spare time on weekends, sit on the sofa or bed, wrap yourself in a blanket, and enjoy a cup of hot coffee or milk. The perfect gift for family and friends, suitable for Christmas and any other holidays.

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