How To Choose The Right Warmth Level For Your Down
For example, looking at the chart above:
If you are an "average" sleeper with a bedroom temperature of about 60°, we'd suggest the Light warmth (if you prefer a lighter warmth) or the Winter warmth (if you prefer a more "enveloping" warmth).
If you are a cold sleeper, and your bedroom is 60°, we'd recommend the Winter warmth, or for the very cold sleeper, the Canadian Winter.
If you are a warm sleeper and your bedroom is 60°, we'd recommend the Light warmth, or for the very warm sleeper, the Ultra Light.
You may also want to see these videos, that show each of our warmth levels.
Our Down Comforter Warmth Levels
From ultra light and barely there, to the fluffiest and warmest goose down duvets available anywhere, we have a comforter that is just right for you.
Ultra Light: Our lightest duvet, for warm bedrooms or warm summer nights with the windows open. Photo of the Ultra Light Warmth
Light Warmth: The Light Warmth duvet is designed for those who prefer warmth with a light touch. Perfect for year around use for most people. Photo of the Light Warmth
Winter Warmth: The Winter Warmth is for those who want a more enveloping warmth in cool to cold unheated bedrooms. Still relatively light in weight, this is where our superior quality goose down really begins to shine, or perhaps we should say "glow" with warmth. Photo of the Winter Warmth
Canadian Winter: Found yourself sleeping with the dogs to stay warm again, eh? The Canadian Winter warmth goose down comforter may put an end to that, much to bowser's chagrin. This duvet offers a luxurious loft and dependable warmth for those who prefer a cold bedroom but a warm bed. Photo of the Canadian Winter Warmth
Klondike Winter: The Klondike Winter provides the ultimate in light fluffy warmth, for cold sleepers in cold bedrooms. We call our personal Klondike "Fluff the Magic Dragon" because of the magically light yet complete warmth that it provides. Whatever you call yours, the Klondike Winter goose down comforter is wonderfully warm and fluffy and is best used by the heat deprived in cold bedrooms. Photo of the Klondike Winter Warmth
We can add more down to your comforter, but we cannot remove it. So if you are concerned about over heating, a good rule of thumb is to select a weight that is one weight lighter than you think will keep you comfortable. If, within 1 year of your purchase, you decide that you would like more down added, we only charge for the cost of the down and return shipping.
Does your spouse or partner sleep warmer or cooler than you? Ask
Us about a custom filled "dual warmth" comforter, with each side filled for your perfect warmth.