The ultimate in warmth providing cozy insulation for cold climates and cool sleepers. This comforter is even warmer than our Extra Warmth design. It's oversized and full of fluffy white goose down in a silky soft cotton cover.
Our Ultimate Extra Warmth Comforter is fluffy, warm and inviting. This oversized insulator is filled with a generous 600 fill power Hyperclean® white goose down covered with incredibly soft, 500 thread count 100% cotton. If you sleep on the cool side or live in a colder climate there's nothing like snuggling under this cozy-warm bedding, an upgrade to our Extra Warmth design.
The Comfort Lock® border will keep the fill from shifting to the outer edges while the three dimensional boxes inside the true baffle box design deliver a full loft and even warmth over your sleeping area. Enjoy the practical addition of duvet loops that you can use to easily secure your comforter inside its cover, plus the entire perimeter boasts contrasting navy blue cording -- our signature detail.
||Winter use or colder climates Ideal for those who sleep cool
||True Baffle Box Comfort Lock® no shift border Navy blue corded trim Convenient duvet loops secure your comforter Oversized (see dimensions)
||500 thread count, 100% cotton Barrier Weave® down proof fabric
||600 fill power Hyperclean® White Goose Down
||Twin: 68" x 88" Full/Queen: 90" x 98" King: 108" x 98" Dimensions are based off fabric shell before filling. Size may slightly vary.
|Country of Origin
||Made in the USA of Imported Materials
||30 Night Comfort Guarantee Allergy Free Limited Warranty 3 Year Limited Warranty
||Dry clean or professionally launder
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