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Specially sourced Siberian Country Down duvet gives comfort and warmth
Siberian Country Down Duvet
Siberian Country Down Duvet
Specially sourced Siberian Country Down duvet gives comfort and warmth

Siberian Country Down Duvet

$335.00 CAD

  • Specially sourced Siberian Country Down fill gives lofty comfort and warmth with a touch more weight for a cozy, tucked-in feeling that's a dream to sleep under. Northern Feather Canada's Siberian Country Down fill brings hand-selected clusters from one of the harshest climates in North Asia (Siberia) - resulting in the legendary thermal and comfort properties that the climate demands. What a dream to sleep on!

    Siberian Country Down
    Our specially developed NF5 Cleaning & Conditioning Cycle® is formulated to enhance the natural properties of our classic Siberian Country Down; combining washing, rinsing, steaming & de-dusting cycles. Allowing the fill to not only exceed hypoallergenic standards, but to ensure its optimum loft. The result is a lighter, cleaner, comfortable, more responsive, and high quality, long lasting sleep product - designed specifically by Northern Feather Canada.

    Siberian Country Down Shell
    • 100% Cotton Sateen
    • 700+ Fill Power/ 90% Cluster 
    • 400 Thread Count
    • Double Stitched & Piped Edges
    • Oeko-Tex® Certified

    Construction
    • 15" Baffle Box with DuvetLock®. This technique uses thin strips of internal fabric, also known as baffles, that connect a thin fabric to the top and bottom layers of the duvet and is often seen as a checkered-pattern design. Why is this important? Baffle box stitching maximizes strength, thickness and prevents shifting within the duvets, while creating a smoother version of down duvets for the over all look on the bed.

  • Level 1 - If you sleep in a warm room (18˚C to 24˚C | 64˚F to 75˚F)

    Level 2 - If you sleep in a cool room (12˚C to 18˚ | 54˚F to 64˚F)

    Level 3 - If you sleep in a cold room (6˚C to 12˚C | 43˚F to 54˚F)

  • Most duvets should have a cover, which is much easier to clean and, like a pillow protector, helps shield allergy sufferers from a buildup of dust and dirt. It also guards against oils that can break down fabric and eventually cause filling to leak. Duvet covers should be washed weekly (monthly if you use a top sheet), but you won't have to wash the duvet itself unless you spill something on it.

    Everyday Upkeep: Shake out duvet daily when you make your bed, to keep the filling from becoming flattened.

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