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The Best Goose Down, From Around The World

675 Fill Power White Goose Down

Our "Cascadia" Goose Down: Used in our Cascadia™ down comforters and pillows, this 675 fill power white goose down is sourced from around the world to take advantage of the often (very) dynamic nature of todays market for quality goose down.

 

This goose down comes from Hungary, Poland, China and Canada. It is processed and cleaned in Canada to the highest standards of freshness, purity and cleanliness.

 

850 Fill Power Canadian White Goose Down

Our Canadian Hutterite Goose Down: Used in our Traditional Luxury™ down comforters and pillows, and The Après™ Tencel® Batiste down comforters. This 850 Fill Power White Goose Down comes from free range geese raised by the Lajord Hutterites in Saskatchewan, Canada.

 

This colony prides itself as the home of some of the finest of all the Hutterite downs raised anywhere and is the most prized of all domestic downs raised in North America.

 

Mature Polish White Goose Down

Our "Plumeria" Polish Goose Down: Used in our namesake duvets & pillows. The Plumeria™ goose down duvet, The Plumeria™ goose down pillow & The Silk Plumeria™ silk covered goose down duvet. This is simply the finest mature white goose down in the world.

 

Meticulously hand sorted to obtain the largest down clusters, with the highest density and cling. Incredibly soft, it behaves almost as if it were a white eiderdown. This down is 800 fill power, but so dense it insulates at an equivalent of 900 fill power.

 

Eiderdown

Eiderdown: From sanctuaries in the wild, to the sanctuary of your bedroom. Used in our Eiderdown comforters & pillows, our genuine eiderdown is peerless. Learn more about this special down.

 

How Fill Power Relates to Down Comforter Warmth and Pillow Firmness

 

Fill Power is an "industry standard" measurement used to describe the quality, and specifically the size, of the goose down clusters used to fill down bedding.  A higher fill power rating indicates a larger cluster, higher quality goose down.  Ounce for ounce, a higher quality goose down will provide a wider comfort range for down comforters, ie; it will help to keep you warmer when it's cold and cooler when it's warm, compared to a lower quality down.  For pillows, a higher fill power rating will provide more support, resilience and durability compared to a lower fill power rating.

 

 

You may want to read our comforter warmth guide for pointers on how to choose the warmth level (Ultra Light, Light, Winter, etc.) that is just right for you.  Looking for the perfect down pillow? Here's some guidelines for choosing a good sleeping pillow.

 

 

Cleanliness

All Plumeria Bay® goose down goes through an extensive state-of-the-art cleaning and sanitizing process and is certified Zurguard pure.  By the time this gentle cleaning process is complete, our down is considered sterilized, bacteria free and hypoallergenic with minimum standards for turbidity at 900 to 1000 mm & oxygen at 2 or less (this is very clean!).  In fact, it is so clean that our down comforters and pillows are guaranteed to be hypoallergenic for 5 years.

 

 

Origins & Ethics

The origin of your goose down is important to know. As a member of the Down Association of Canada, all of our goose down is certified to be ethically harvested, as a by product of the geese being processed for food.

 

Our goose down is never "live harvested" or "hand plucked". The practice of plucking down from living geese is cruel, not to mention illegal in most parts of the world.

 

Is that a spot of gray that I see?! Sometimes, you may notice dark spots through the fabric on your comforter or pillow. These are dark (gray) clusters of down and are present, to some degree, in even the highest quality (unbleached) hand selected white goose down. Goose down turns gray as the goose gets older (just like our hair). This is natural, and the fill is not inferior in any way.

 

When present, these random dark clusters are usually only visible when compressed under the fine white fabric. If you were to open the pillow or comforter and allow the down to expand it would be very difficult to see any dark clusters.

For more information about down content please read about the Down Bedding Law Label.

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