Down Comforter

Wrap yourself in a cloud with our Down Comforter. Both our Light and Regular have a fill of 80% duck down and 20% duck feathers, and drifting off to dreamland has never been more comfortable.

Product Details

If you’re a creature of comfort, you know a down comforter is the ultimate luxury for cozying up.

Look no further. Perfect for those chilly winter nights, or rain-puddle days, our comforter will keep your toes nice and toasty. A perfect complement to the FLIP MATTRESS.

Get ready to get comfortable.

In partnership with 45th Street Bedding, our comforters are manufactured exclusively for us in China. Crafted to the high standards our customers expect. Our Down Comforter features a fill of 80% duck down and 20% duck feathers. It also boasts a baffle box stitched 100% cotton cover with a 380 Thread Count and ties in the corners to attach to a duvet cover.

Afraid of Sleeping Hot?

Down in the right weight feels amazing. However, there is no one size fits all. Therefore, we have a light weight fill too. The Down Light is great for warmer climates and hot sleepers. Use both of them together in colder climates. Corner ties prevent shifting inside a duvet cover, and can be used to join the two pieces.


If you have allergies or sensitivities to chemicals, there are many possible solutions. Some people choose to use a washable comforter to eliminate accumulation of dust mites. This is washable. Some choose to avoid down all together. Therefore we offer the washable wool and the microfiber comforters. All of our offerings are machine wash and machine dry.

Twin85 × 62 in

Full85 × 78 in

Queen90 × 84 in

King100 × 90 in

Super King110 × 94 in

Light: 150 Grams per Square Meter (GSM)

Regular:220 Grams per Square Meter (GSM)

Cover: 100% Cotton, 380 TC

Fill: 80% Duck Down, 20% Duck Feather

Free shipping and free returns in the state of Washington.

We ship via UPS Standard Ground.

10 Year Non-Prorated
Terms and Conditions

Machine wash the Down Comforter in cold water with a mild detergent on a gentle cycle. Make sure to use the fastest final spin speed to remove as much water as possible before drying.

Tumble dry with low heat until completely dry.

We highly recommend that you do NOT iron or steam.