Natural Nights 700 Winter Weight Down Comforter - Cal. King (115" x 110")
How does it feel? As we get older we certainly aren’t sleeping any longer, are we? But the sleep we do get is very important and needs to be restful. Choosing the right down comforter for your bedding environment is critical. Our Natural Nights Lightweight Down Comforter is designed to be both soft and lightweight. Not too warm for the husbands, or our significant other that sleep like a ‘furnace’, while light weight enough if you need to add a layer to your side of the bed. Sleep Temp bedrooms 74 degrees and warmer.
Is this comforter right for me? Choosing a warmth level can be baffling. This German milled Oeko-Tex certified batiste long staple Egyptian cotton is 25% - 30% lighter than a sateen fabric making this comforter both extremely soft and light. Designed around the temperature of your room and not the temperature outside this lightweight down comforter is ideal for those keeping their bedroom on the warmer side.
What is a baffle box design? Baffles are little walls which connect all the squares inside the down comforter preventing the down from shifting. Baffle box down comforters sleeps warmer than a box stitch design while preventing the cold spots at the seams common with a box stitch design down comforter. The greatest benefit of using a baffle box design is that it allows our RDS Hungarian white goose down to reach its maximum loft providing you with light weight warmth.
How much does my duvet cover matter? We go to great lengths and travel great distances to find lightweight shell fabrics that allow the Hungarian goose down to be the star of the show. One of the goals when choosing those fabrics is for them to impact the design performance; lightweight, year around or winter weight as little as possible. To preserve that performance choose a duvet cover made using low gram weight single strand long staple Egyptian cotton. You absolutely do not have to purchase your duvet cover from us but the ones we do offer are chosen specifically for their fabric quality and then cut to be dimensionally correct for our finished goods.