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Down Comforter Warmth Guide

 

From South Beach to the Klondike, We've Got You Covered

 

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Ultra Light: For warm Summer nights with the windows open, or warm bedrooms and warm sleepers.  Our lightest warmth down comforter provides a whisper of warmth, with an ultra light touch of goose down.  Temp Range 60° to 75°.  See all Ultra Light comforters.

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Light Warmth:  The Light Warmth is perfect for use all year long, for most people, providing a gentle warmth and loft, without overwhelming. Temp Range 55° to 70°. See all Light Warmth comforters.

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Winter Warmth: The Cascade Made™ Winter Warmth provides complete warmth and a cozy loft.  Best for cool to cold bedrooms with a temperature range of 50° to 65°.  See all Winter Warmth comforters.

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Klondike Winter: This goose down comforter is very warm, and very fluffy.   If you like being buried under clouds of down and sleep in an igloo, this may be the perfect comforter for you!  Temp Range 45° to 60°.  See all Klondike Winter Warmth comforters.

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Custom Dual Warmth:  One comforter - 2 warmth levels!  We can custom fill your comforter so that one half of the comforter is one warmth level, and the other half is another warmth level, for example; Ultra Light and Light, or Light and Winter Warmth.  Please see our custom down comforters page for more information.

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 Our Canadian made comforter warmth levels are a little different.  Here's how they compare to the Cascade Made™ warmth levels:

  • Ultra Light: Cascade Made™ is lighter, but at least as fluffy.
  • Light: Cascade Made™ is lighter, but at least as fluffy.
  • Winter: The Cascade Made™ Winter warmth uses more down, and is warmer, compared to the Canadian made Winter warmth.
  • Canadian Winter:  The Cascade Made™ Winter is equivalent to the Canadian made Canadian Winter warmth.
  • Klondike Winter:  Some minor variations based on size, but overall the Cascade Made™ Klondike Winter warmth uses a bit more down.

About The Suggested Temperature Ranges

A Word about suggested temperature ranges:  If you are a "Warm Sleeper", you should select a comforter based on the temperature of your bedroom, and the lower end of our temperature ranges.  For example, if you are a warm sleeper and your bedroom temperature is 60° to 65°, the Ultra Light would be a good choice.

 

Alternatively, if you are a "Cold Sleeper" and your bedroom temperature is 60° to 65°, the Winter Warmth would be a good choice.

 

An "Average Sleeper", that is, a person that does not overheat or get too cold, with a bedroom temperature of 60° to 65°,  would be comfortable with the Ultra Light, Light or Winter Warmth.  Your choice would depend on the amount of warmth that you wanted your comforter to provide.

 

We can add more down to your comforter, but we cannot remove it. So if you are a warm sleeper or are concerned about the comforter being too warm, 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. Please see our down comforter Perfect Fill™ Service for more details.

 

Photo's of the Cascade Made™ Down Comforter Warmths

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Photo's of  the Plumeria Bay Canadian Made Comforter Warmth Levels

Want to see more? watch these videos of our comforter warmth levels.

 

What is TOG?

TOG is a measurement of Thermal Resistance. This system is used in Europe to test and quantify the warmth level of a duvet (down comforter) and other textiles.

TOG Values range from 1.5 tog (Ultra Light) to 16.5 (Ultra Warm).  TOG values do not take the use of duvet covers or pajamas/sleepwear into account. These things, the "breathability" and lightness or heaviness of your duvet cover and whether you sleep naked or with P. J.'s, can make a huge difference in your experience of warmth. 

Down Comforter Warmth & "Fill Power"

About Fill Power and Warmth: Generally speaking, the higher the fill power (quality of goose down), the better. A higher quality goose down will provide a wider "comfort range". In other words, a higher quality down will keep you warmer when it is cold and cooler when it is warm, compared to a lower fill power.

 

Warmth Level & Comforter Size

Our down comforters are available in a wide range of sizes; German (individual size), Twin, Queen, King & Super King sizes. The amount of down used for each warmth level will vary depending on the size of the comforter.

 

This information; the amount of down used for each down comforter size and warmth level, can be seen on the individual product page(s) and will change as you select the different warmth levels and sizes.

 

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