Alberta™ RDS Euro Down Comforter
Overview & Details
- Premium European down comforter.
- Handcrafted in our La Crosse, WI factory of fine imported materials.
- 300-thread count combed cotton sateen shell made with fine combed yarns that create a lightweight shell with exceptional softness and drape.
- Most down-proof sateen comforters are dry clean only, but we worked closely with one of the finest fabric mills available to develop a cotton sateen that’s both down-proof and machine washable.
- Hypoallergenic 600-650 fill power European down provides luxurious loft and warmth
- We are proud to offer this comforter certified under RDS standards. With RDS certification through third party auditor, Control Union, we ensure the down inside is the most responsibly sourced down in the market.
- A rigorous 6-step quality process ensures our down is hypoallergenic-exceeding government regulations for cleanliness.
- 12” baffled box construction allows for optimum warmth and loft.
- Expertly finished with a double needle top-stitch.
- 15” drop.
- Available in 3 warmth levels - light, medium and extra-warmth weights.
- Available in 5 colors.
- Cotton sateen fabric meets Oeko-Tex® 100 standards –certified to be free of all harmful substances and chemicals.
- Lifetime guarantee.
- Our comforters feature corner loops that attach to the corner ties in our duvet covers to hold it in place.
- Machine wash.
- Exclusively ours.
We worked closely with one of the finest fabric mills available to bring you this premium comforter. Beautifully handcrafted in our La Crosse, Wisconsin factory, Alberta™ wrapped in a down-proof, 300-thread count combed cotton sateen shell that’s delightfully soft and silky to the touch and certified to meet eco-friendly Oeko-Tex® standards. Expertly finished with a double needle top-stitch. 600–650 fill power RDS certified European down provides luxurious warmth, while 12” baffled square pockets allow for optimum loft without extra weight. A rigorous 6-step quality and purification process ensures that our down is hypoallergenic. Available in 5 beautiful colors and 3 comfort weights. Handcrafted in our La Crosse, WI factory of fine imported materials.
- Twin - 70x90", 20 oz. fill
- Full - 84x90", 24 oz. fill
- Queen - 90x96", 27 oz. fill
- King - 108x96", 34 oz.
- Twin - 70x90", 25 oz. fill
- Full - 84x90", 29 oz. fill
- Queen - 90x96", 33 oz. fill
- King - 108x96", 40 oz.
- Twin - 70x90", 31 oz. fill
- Full - 84x90", 37 oz. fill
- Queen - 90x96", 42 oz. fill
- King - 108x96", 51 oz.
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Q:What is the difference between the White Bay and the Alberta? I have compared them via the descriptions and really cannot tell. We want medium weight. Down. Thank you!Asked on 1/16/2017 by Jule from Nashville TN
A:Hello Julie - The main difference between the two is that the Alberta is a baffled comforter and the White Bay is a sewn through box stitch. The Alberta also has an ounce more down. I am including the link to our comforter guide to help you with your decision. Thank you for your inquiry.
Q:Do you have a comforter with 8 inch baffles.....I seem to only see 12 inch ?Asked on 1/9/2017 by Joanne from Long Island, NY
Q:What is the difference between the light and medium weight? I'd like a blanket I can use in NY for all seasons basically.
Thanks.Asked on 1/5/2017 by Caren from Brooklyn, NY
A:Hi Caren - The light comfort is recommended for warm seasons and climates and room temperatures between 69 and 74 degrees. Our medium warmth is recommended for year around use and for room temperatures between 65 and 69 degrees. Thank you.
Q:What is difference between White Bay and Alberta?Asked on 1/3/2017 by Scott from NY
A:Hi Scott- The only difference between the White bay and Alberta comforters would be the construction. The White Bay comforter has box stitch construction and the Alberta comforter has a baffled box construction. Thank you.
Q:Hello, I see this item is listed as European down but it does not state if it is Goose or Duck down. Can you please clarify on this as well as to what percentage is down cluster and what percentage is feather?Asked on 1/2/2017 by William
Q:Do you have to use this product with a duvet cover or can it be used by itself?Asked on 1/1/2017 by Erin from United States
A:Hi Erin. The Alberta™ RDS Euro Down Comforter can be used with or without a duvet cover. This is a personal choice. Some customers do not want to cover up their beautiful comforter and feel it is a hassle to put it on and take it off. Some like it and use it in place of a top sheet. We recommend using a duvet cover to keep your comforter clean thus extending the time between cleanings. Also can use it to change the color or look your bedroom. Thank you.
Q:Does this come with a lifetime guarantee?Asked on 12/29/2016 by None
Q:I have a King size duvet measuring King: 92"l x 108"w. Will the King size of this down comforter fit inside that? it seems like it would be over stuffed and if i scaled down to the queen size it would be too small.Asked on 12/22/2016 by Kayla from Anchorage, AK
Q:I was wondering if you are in fact RDS certified down? I searched the RDS database and The Company Store was not listed yet you claim this certification. Can you please clarify?Asked on 12/22/2016 by Kayla from Anchorage, AK
Q:I am a little confused on the stitching of the baffles. Can you clarify what it means if they are not stitched to the edge? Will the down move from one square to another? Which of your comforters are stitched edge to edge?Asked on 12/12/2016 by Elle
A:Hello Elle - The baffles are vertical interior walls of fabric along the stitching line connecting the top and bottom layers of the comforter shell. Each "box" is filled individually. The baffles allow the comforter to fully loft and there is minimal shifting of down. The "boxes" are not completely closed so they can be filled which means there may be some shifting. We recommend that the baffled comforters are fluffed and rotated on a regular basis. An example of a baffled comforter is the Alberta. Our box stitched comforters are stitched edge to edge but do not have the baffled walls. An example of the box stitch is the White Bay.