Get the sleep you've been dreaming about with this luxuriously lofty, all down pillow. Give your bedroom a boost of classic style with the dobby stripped, smooth, 400-thread count, 100% Supima cotton zipped cover.
Get the sleep you've been dreaming about with this luxuriously lofty, all down pillow. Give your bedroom a boost of classic style with the dobby stripped, smooth, 400-thread count, 100% Supima cotton zipped cover. The zip cover can be removed for easy cleaning. The pillow itself is made with a 230-thread count cover and has been generously filled with 550-fill power Hyperclean® white duck down. For a classic design feature, this pillow has an all-around white corded trim, keeping your room neat and tidy-looking.
Our Hyperclean® down has been washed up to eight times with biodegradable cleaning agents, making sure that all dust and dirt has been filtered out. Our unique cleaning process ensures the comforter will be fluffy and lofty much longer and is backed by our Allergy Free Warranty®. Our Barrier Weave® fabric is specifically designed to keep the down fill inside your pillow and not all over your room.
||Soft to medium support White corded trim Zippered protector
||400 thread count, 100% Cotton
||550-fill power Hyperclean® white duck down
||Standard/ Queen: 20" x 28" King: 20" x 36"
|Country of Origin
||Made in the USA of Imported Materials
||30 Night Comfort Guarantee Allergy Free Limited Warranty 3 Year Limited Warranty
||To clean, machine wash in a large capacity, non-central agitator washer with mild soap on the gentle cycle, then rinse and spin twice. Tumble dry on low heat until dry. Dry cleaning is also recommended.
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