We've taken our Classic Comforter and upgraded it with an increased amount of fluffy down and a higher thread count cover. Enjoy year round comfort and versatility with this traditional, mid-range design.
It won't be hard to cozy up to this luxe, yet affordable mid-range comforter. We use a 550 fill power Hyperclean® Pacific Coast® down and a durable, 300 thread count 100% cotton cover. A sewn through diamond box construction and Comfort Lock® border creates an appealing look while keeping the down evenly distributed for all-over, shift-free warmth.
Navy blue cording outlines the perimeter and convenient loops have been added to help keep your comforter in place inside its cover. Choose the affordable luxury of our Premier Year Round Comforter if you enjoy sleeping at an average room temperature and are looking for a versatile, all-season comforter.
Keep your comforter clean with a duvet cover or comforter protector. This comforter fits in the or AllerRest® comforter protectors.
||Year round comfort for a wide range of climates Ideal for those who sleep at an average room temperature
||Sewn through diamond box construction Comfort Lock® no shift border Navy blue corded trim Regular sized (see dimensions)
||300 Thread count, 100% cotton Barrier Weave® down proof fabric
||550 Fill power Hyperclean® down
||Twin: 63" x 86" Full/Queen: 88" x 90" King: 104" x 89" 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 10 Year Limited Warranty
||Dry clean or professionally launder
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