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The difference between true down comforters and alternative down comforters is the fill. The fill in alternative down comforters is synthetic and designed to mimic those soft down clusters. They are completely proven to be hypoallergenic. Alternative down comforters were created specifically for this reason, so people with strong allergies could benefit from down qualities.
Fill Power: This is the goose down fill to be put in the comforter measured in cubic inches. The rule of thumb on fill is “The higher fill power, the higher the quality of comforter”. A high fill power is going to be more insulating and warmer but still remaining light and with loft. Our suggestion is to start at a fill power of at least 600 (commercial quality) with around 700+ being perfect loft, retaining body heat evenly. The higher the cubic inch measure of the fill power the higher the loft. 
The ultimate in luxury! Our amazing light 750 + fill power 60 oz fill weight white down comforter floats within a 500 Thread count 100% cotton. The result is a comforter so luxurious and soft, you will believe you are truly covering with a cloud, night after night. This comforter also features Baffle Box Design to avoid any shifting in your comforter and side gusset for the maximum warmth throughout the comforter

The comforter’s fabric is going to determine the quality. While much is based on personal preference for texture or feel, details like type of fabric and thread count are the luxurious boost aside from the fill power. The main consideration here is finding a good balance between the weave, thread count, and the material. There are four types of fabrics used for down comforters:
Whether you live someplace warm or like to throw the windows open come summertime, a lightweight quilt is a must to be comfortable in the nighttime chill or with the air conditioning going. But you’ll want to stay away from heavier materials like wool fill or densely woven outer layers so you don’t get too hot. This quilt is made of 100% cotton in both the fill and outer layers, so it provides a little bit of warmth but still breathes, and won’t hold on to humidity. It’s made by artisans in India (a country that gets very, very hot) using a traditional weaving method called “kantha” and takes six days to make. It’s super-soft and can be used alone on the bed for hotter days, or layered under or over a duvet when it’s really chilly.
The Therm-a-Rest Corus HD quilt is another great choice for 3-season hiking. The quilt uses 650-fill power down which is treated with Nikwax so that it repels the water (hydrophobic down) rather than absorbing it. Therefore, it offers better warmth when exposed to moisture than regular down. The shell is made of 20-denier DWR treated nylon for good abrasion resistance and weather protection. The quilt has also an elastic footbox so that it keeps your feet warm at low temperatures. As it features snap loops it can easily be attached to a sleeping pad. It comes in two different sizes – regular (193 cm in length) and long (203 cm in length).
This option from Pacific Coast is a lower priced style for the brand, but still maintains the key attributes of a quality down comforter. On the downside, it needs to be professionally laundered or dry cleaned. It has a 550 fill power in a 100% cotton fabric with a 230 thread count that has loops to attach to a duvet cover. It also features a diamond box design with a unique border that helps keep down evenly distributed throughout.
Baffle box stitching is important as it maximizes strength, thickness and is responsible for preventing any shifting or corner-clumping in the comforter. Baffle box stitching creates the flatter, smoother version of down comforters, as opposed to a sewn-through box stitching which shows as more fluffy and loftier. Baffle box stitching measures usually between 6 and 15 inches.
The plush 700 fill power in this Hutterite-goose-down comforter from Brooklinen gives your bed a dreamy cloud-like feeling. The all-season weight is so breathable, you can feel the air push out of it as you move around. Plus, it's covered by a silky-smooth, 400-thread-count, sateen-cotton cover that's baffle-stitched to preserve the longevity of the filling. This Oeko-Tex-certified comforter is also available in a lighter 600-fill-power option, in case you err on the side of hot when you sleep.
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