Tuck into cocooning comfort with Snowe down comforters. We use only ethically sourced white duck down from Responsible Down Standard certified manufacturers in all our down products - which are made in the U.S.A. for even more peace of mind. With 750 fill power packed inside a 330-thread count sateen cover that features loops in all four corners to keep your duvet cover in place, these comforters are as irresistible as humanly possible. Choose the weight that suits your snuggle profile to build a better bed:
Lightweight: Hot sleepers, keep your cool under this layer that never gets too clingy, gives you room to breathe and plays well with throws.
All-Season: Stave off the midnight chill with 40% more fill power in this heavy-duty option for freeze-babies that crave extra warmth.
Put Your Head on a Cloud
When your head's in the right place, you get deeper sleep with less tossing and turning. Find your OEKO-TEX certified BFF among our Snowe down pillow selections:
Soft: Avoid contorted angles that can leave stomach sleepers grumpy and achy in the morning with a soft, low-density down pillow.
Medium: Back sleepers get ample head and neck support with medium density pillows.
Firm: To maintain healthy alignment of the head, neck and shoulders, side sleepers should go for the maximum density of a firm Snowe down pillow.
Euro: Opt for pairs of these square-shaped pillows to stack, fold and wedge into the perfect angle for reading or resting.
Questions Before Buying a Comforter
Does thread count matter? Thread count is the total number of yarns per square inch of fabric. A high thread count is usually more expensive, and associated as being higher quality. However, it's important to note that it is not the end-all-be-all. At the end of the day, the quality of the fabric itself will define how you feel about your comforter. A better-quality fiber with a lower thread count will feel softer and handle washing better compared to a lower-quality fiber with a higher thread count.
What is fill power? If we compared two comforters that are practically the same, the one with more fill power will work to be warmer and fluffier. This is because down comforters with a higher fill power trap more air, creating a more protective layer between your body and the frigid air of your bedroom.
What's the benefit of RDS? If a comforter is certified by the Responsible Down Standard, then it means you don't have to sacrifice quality while being environmentally friendly at the same time. RDS ensures that your bedding was made with ethical sourcing and quality.