Baffled Box Construction
This type of comforter design and construction is not sewn through, but has a vertical wall of fabric, baffle, joining the upper and lower portions of the shell (See Ticking). Baffles allow the down fill to reach it's maximum loft and prevent the down from shifting and creating cold spots. Down comforters designed using a baffle are typically much more expensive to manufacture than a sewn-thru box construction. Baffles allow our Hungarian White Goose Down to reach it's maximum loft giving you the softest most comfortable night of quality rest.
This type of comforter design and construction is sewn threw joining both the upper and lower portions of the shell (See Ticking). Sometimes referred to as box-stitch this design is much less expensive to manufacture. Typically made using a quilting machine the amount of down in each box can vary if not made properly. However, this design creates that deep quilted look of a overstuffed down comforter.