This is so dark blue that it looks black unless you have a black bandanna to compare it with and even then it's hard to tell the slight diff between the two. The funky thing is the backside, which doesn't have the colors of the front. When you combine all these colors, the printing process is different, and that's how it goes. They seem to sell, but they make me slightly uncomfortable, so we're letting these go for a buck until they're gone, and then--no more.
A basic, 22" x 22" all-cotton, made-in-USA bandana that has kept the sun off backs, the dust out of noses, the sweat out of eyes, and the hair out of faces for 150 years. And you can blow your nose in it, wipe your hands on it, do whatever you want
We say this: Bandanas are useful, these are the best, and at $3 each, you can collect them all and not go broke doing it.
These are substantial, manly bandanas, and they come to you stiff. I
don't know why, but they're stiff, and it takes about five washings to
get it all out of them. So, wash them with every load for a while. The
first time gets ride of about 35 percent of it. Maybe fabric softener, I
don't know. There's nothing weird about them; they're just spanking new
bandanas. We looked at a few before deciding on these. These are really
the best bandanas out there.
Reverse side color detail shown in the second pic. Contrasting back
side color is good to have if you want to keep track of which side you