I am the hottest of hot sleepers. And with Spring in full bloom, and Summer right around the corner (crazy, right?) I am in search of a way to stay cool during the nighttime. Thankfully, there are a ton of brands making excellent comforters that remain comfy and cozy while adding a cooling effect, so you don’t overheat in bed. To help you pick out a comforter that will keep you cool, we’ve rounded up some of our favorites.
FOR COOL TECHNOLOGY
Buffy Breeze Comforter
The Buffy Breeze Comforter is made of 100% eucalyptus, making it one of the most breathable comforters out there. Scouted Editor Jillian Lucas writes, “It’s also temperature regulating, so there’s no more one-foot in, one-foot out dance in the middle of the night to stay cool.”
FOR THE LIGHTEST WEIGHT
Brooklinen Down Comforter
Brooklinen makes an ultralight weight down comforter that is soft to the touch, but will keep you sweat free night in and night out. Plus, it has loops in every corner to prevent your comforter from sinking to the bottom of your duvet.
Linespa Reversible Down Comforter
This ultra-soft, light weight comforter won’t just keep you cool while you’re sleeping, it also is reversible. That means you get a two color comforter for the price of one.
FOR EVEN DISTRIBUTION
COHOME Cooling Comforter
With this box stitching, the down alternative will never clump, but will instead remain evenly distributed throughout because don’t you just hate when your comforter gets all bunched up?
FOR MAKING THE BED A BREEZE
TEKAMON Cool Soft Comforter
This comforter has corner tabs, which I personally love because it means you’ll always know what side of the bed it should go on when making it. You’ll never get into bed and realize you put your comforter on the wrong way again.
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