Feels Like Down Duvets

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Fine Bedding Company Return to Nature Duvet

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Introducing our most sustainable bedding yet. The Return To Nature Duvet has been developed with pioneering technology and moisture-wicking fibres from world-leading textile innovators to ensure that your responsibility to...

A "Feels like down" duvet is a type of synthetic duvet that is designed to mimic the feel and loft of a traditional down-filled duvet. It is typically made from synthetic materials, such as microfibre or polyester, and is filled with small clusters of fibres that are designed to replicate the loft and warmth of down.

One of the main advantages of a "Feels like down" duvet is that it offers the same luxurious and fluffy feel as a down-filled duvet, without the allergens and ethical concerns associated with down harvesting. These duvets are hypoallergenic, making them an ideal choice for people with allergies or sensitivities to natural fillings.

Another benefit of "Feels like down" duvets is that they are lightweight and breathable, which can help to regulate body temperature and prevent overheating during the night. They also offer a range of warmth options, from lightweight summer duvets to heavier winter duvets, making them suitable for use year-round.

When choosing a "Feels like down" duvet, it's important to consider the quality of the materials used and the level of warmth provided. Look for duvets made from high-quality synthetic fibres, such as microfibre or hollow fibre, and check the tog rating to ensure that the duvet provides the right level of warmth for your needs.

Overall, a "Feels like down" duvet is a great choice for those looking for a luxurious and comfortable bedding option without the use of animal products. They offer a range of warmth options, are lightweight and breathable, and are hypoallergenic, making them suitable for a wide range of people. See which duvet composition suits your needs with our recent blog post - Synthetic vs Natural Filled Duvets: Which Duvet Is Best For You?