Our fluffy down filled comforter is light and breathable. It prevents overheating and is an excellent choice for warmer climates and those who prefer to sleep cool.
Warm weather sleepers and those who prefer to sleep cool can still enjoy the plush comfort of down with our Light Weight Comforter. The breathable design prevents overheating but still provides the coziness of snuggling up in 550 fill power Hyperclean® down
You'll soon appreciate how the sewn through box construction and Comfort Lock® border keep the fluffy down evenly distributed over you for a great night's sleep. Navy blue cording outlines the perimeter. Securing your comforter inside a duvet cover is as easy as attaching the convenient duvet loops at each corner. Our Light Weight Comforter is topped with durable 300 thread count, 100% cotton that's kind to your skin.
Keep your comforter clean with a duvet cover or comforter protector. This comforter fits in the or AllerRest® comforter protectors.
||Ideal for summer use and warmer climates Ideal for those who sleep warm
||Sewn through box construction Comfort Lock® no shift border Navy blue corded trim Convenient duvet loops secure your comforter 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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