This feature allows you to select products by material. There are various materials to choose from, the most common being Cotton, Polyester, and Bamboo. Choose Cotton for the classic feel and breathability, Polyester for the smooth velvet like appearance, and Bamboo for light and extremely soft sheets.
This feature allows you to select products by thread count.
Thread count is a measure of the coarseness or fineness of fabric. Thread count refers to the number of threads, both vertical and horizontal, in a one-inch square of fabric. Thread count is affected by a number of factors, including ply and thickness of the threads used. The ply of the fabric refers to how many threads are wrapped together into a single thread. Single-ply fabrics use threads on their own, while two-ply fabrics twist two pieces together into a stronger thread, as well as doubling the thread count of the fabric.
Fill power is a measure of the loft or "fluffiness" of a down product that is loosely related to the insulating value of the down. The higher the fill power the greater the insulating properties with fill powers below 400 being low quality, 400-449 fill power being medium quality, 450-549 fill power being good quality, 550-750 fill power being very good quality, and 750+ fill power being excellent quality.
Stuffed with warm and fluffy goose down, a down comforter can be a luxurious alternative to a quilt or traditional comforter. Quality down alternative
comforters that are filled with animal-friendly microfiber, silk, or synthetic materials are equally lavish options for anyone with feather allergies.
A down comforter, also sometimes called a duvet insert, is a made to be tucked inside a duvet cover that features the visible design, color, or pattern of the bedding.
Although duvet covers and down comforters are typically sold separately to allow for a custom pairing of comforter type and bedding style, we also offer
are a few pre-bundled comforter and duvet sets. Additionally, we carry a couple options of down filled blankets, which are a single piece that do not
require a cover. Down filled blankets are usually used more as throw blankets or in addition to other bedding, but they can make simple and cozy bedspreads
Once you’ve established what type of comforter you would like, another factor to consider is the level of fill power that you would prefer in the piece.
Fill options indicate the volume of the down inside, and its correlated insulating quality. Fill powers range from a more dense 400 fill power that would
provide mild warmth, to fluffy and lightweight options over 800 fill power, which would provide the most warmth. You may want to choose the fill power of
your comforter based on the temperatures that it will be used in, and your preference for blanket weight.
Whatever type of comforter you go with, you can be sure that you’re getting the best deal, with ATGStore.com’s best price guarantee, and free shipping. And
if you ever have any questions about our products or services, you can always give us a call on our customer service line at 1-888-500-9541 to talk to one
of our friendly and helpful associates to clear up any confusion you may have.