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羽毛布団の暖かさガイド

夜に抱きしめるためのふわふわの羽毛布団を探していたものの、どの重さなら最適な温度を保てるのかわからない方に、選び方のヒントをご紹介します。

オレンジ色の背景に夜空を飛ぶケープ付きの羽毛布団

どの重量が最適か分からない場合は、次の提案を参考にしてください。

サマー(22℃以上)
夜は暖かくても汗をかく必要はありません。

- 暖かい室温で眠る方向け
- 体温が高い方向け

レギュラー(19 - 21℃)
暑すぎず、寒すぎず。

- 適度な室温の部屋で眠る方向け
- 体温が中程度の方向け

オールシーズン(16 - 18℃)
寒い眠りの方に最適。

- 涼しい気温で眠る方向け
- 体温が低い方向け

ウィンター(15℃以下)
厳しい冬の夜でも安心。

- 寒い気温の中で眠る方向け
- 体温が低い方向け

詰め物の重量は羽毛布団の暖かさにどのような影響を与えますか?

白い羽毛布団の横に体重計、その横に青い背景の羽毛の山

詰め物の量はグラム単位で測定されます。羽毛布団をより暖かくするには、詰め物を追加して全体の重量を増やします。

コレクション 暖かさの評価 サイズ 寸法 詰め物の量 ロフト
ホワイトグースダウン サマー(22℃以上) クイーン 224 cm × 229 cm 710グラム 575
ホワイトグースダウン レギュラー(19 - 21℃) クイーン 224 cm × 229 cm 850グラム 575

 


たとえば、クイーンサイズのサマー(22℃以上)ホワイトグースダウン羽毛布団には、710グラムの詰め物が入っています。
クイーン レギュラー(19 - 21℃)ホワイトグースダウン羽毛布団には850グラムの詰め物が入っています。 レギュラー(19 - 21℃)の羽毛布団は、詰め物が140グラム多く入っているため、より暖かいです。

 

ロフトはこの絵にどのように当てはまるでしょうか?


ロフト(フィルパワーとも呼ばれます) は、ダウンのふわふわ感、または1オンスのダウンが何立方インチの容積を占めるかを表します。ロフト値が高いほど、ダウン1オンスあたりのふわふわ感と断熱性が高くなります。ロフトが高いダウンは1オンスあたりの保温性が高いため、望ましいレベルの保温性を得るのに必要なダウンのオンス数は少なくなります (ロフトはダウンに使用される単位であり、羽毛やポリエステルに使用される単位ではないことに注意してください)。

コレクション 暖かさの評価 サイズ 寸法 詰め物の量 ロフト
ホワイトグースダウン レギュラー(19 - 21℃) クイーン 224 cm × 229 cm 850グラム 575
フッターライトグースダウン レギュラー(19 - 21℃) クイーン 224 cm × 229 cm 710グラム 700


上記はレギュラー(19 - 21℃)の羽毛布団 2 枚です。どちらも保温性は同じなので、暖かさは同じです。
クイーン レギュラー(19 - 21℃)ホワイトグースダウン羽毛布団には、850グラムの575ロフトダウンが含まれています。
クイーン レギュラー(19 - 21℃)ハタライトグースダウン羽毛布団には、710グラムの700ロフトダウンが含まれています。
700ロフトのダウンは断熱性に優れているため、レギュラー(19 - 21℃)の羽毛布団を作るのに必要なグラム数が少なくなります。

羽毛布団の暖かさについて質問がありましたら、コメントでお知らせください。

羽毛布団を選ぶ際に考慮すべきその他の要素については、ここをクリックしてください。

 

イラスト:Amanda Nguyen

41 コメント

Hi David, Thank you for thinking of us! I’m afraid we don’t sell at any physical stores or locations – only online. The good news is we offer free shipping and free returns to Alberta! :)

Canadian Down & Feather Company

Hi Simon, I’m so sorry to hear that. Of course, the perception of warmth is highly subjective, and body temperatures and personal preferences vary. Although I must say that most people find this duvet very insulating, even as low as 16C! You may be better suited with one of our Winter Weight duvets. If you believe there’s been a mistake, please do reach out to our customer service team and we can investigate. If the duvet was underfilled or mis-filled, it would qualify for replacement under warranty. We can also add more fill to the duvet for you to make it more suitable! We hope to hear from you.

Canadian Down & Feather Company

Hi Marya, We’re certain they are baffle box construction! You can see for yourself by pinching the seam between 2 fingers on one side of the duvet and doing the same on the other side of the duvet and pulling apart. You’ll see that there are 2 seams that pull apart, separated by a small vertical piece of material on the inside. 700 loft down will usually test at about 85%-90% down cluster.

Canadian Down & Feather Company

I’m in Ottawa, visiting family. I’m from Calgary and noticed my sister doesn’t have a duvet. I need to get her Alberta best products. How come I never seen you at the Calgary crossroads market??

David

Hi there – I just received two king sized white goose down comforters to compare and I’ll keep one. I got yours, and the Macy’s Hotel Collection (made in China for the Phoenix Down Corporation in New Jersey it says). Both are of the approximate same warmth ratings (essentially lighter weight). Yours is the purple Hutterite regular weight (still means lighter weight if apples to apples) and theirs is called light weight I believe. Theirs says 75% down because legally it has to be at least 75% to be able to be called down, of course, and yours it seems has superior white goose down…probably a higher percentage of whole white goose down clusters.

I’m shocked by the difference in size and weight! Theirs has a thick, almost starchy material covering theirs (500 thread count), with a decorative pattern on it, so heavy that for now anyway it sort of smashes down their down and is much bulkier and heavier to carry. I’m sure it will eventually soften as well as puff up at least a little as most do once used regularly. Their tag says 36oz of filling material, even though it’s considered their light weight one and yours has 29oz written on the bag’s cardboard insert for fill weight (neither has been fully taken out of their bags yet). But other than that they are about the same dimensions in overall inches as well as per square’s size. I’m sure yours is so dramatically lighter because the down will be loftier once it’s shaken out and puffs out a bit (and may also be warmer, I don’t know) due to higher quality down. Already – in an hour since I opened up a corner square each – yours seems ever so slightly puffier. The fabric is nice and smooth and cool to the touch thank goodness. :) I might want it a hair warmer but after the duvet is on (er, the protective cover) it will probably be the perfect warmth. Our bedroom is about 65 degrees (18.3 c) in the winter so right on the cusp there.

Here’s what confuses me. They don’t say what kind of box stitching they used – whether sewn through or baffle boxing, so I assume sewn through because it’s the inferior method. And why not advertise that it’s baffle boxing if indeed it is. And yet, yours says baffle boxing but looks and feels identical to theirs where the boxes are sewn together internally (not including the outer edges). There’s a barely-felt extra piece there it seems, in both cases, which can be felt, like a thin strip. Can this really be the illustrious baffling I’ve read so much about? It seems you’re either both using baffle boxing or neither is, since I can feel that thin strip inside both where the squares meet up inside. Are you certain yours is made with baffle boxing and isn’t just sewn through? I want to make sure we don’t have a terminology difference between the US and Canada.😆 E.g. here most refer to the cover of the insert as the duvet and the insert as comforter.

Lastly, approximately what is the percentage of white goose down clusters in yours Hutterite medium weight duvet?

Sorry this was so long and thank you!

Marya

I ordered an 850 loft Duvet on October 12 2023 from your website. I received my order. However I am not impressed with the quality. This was a $900 CA Duvet, the most I’ve ever invested on a blanket. But the price didn’t bother me because what I was getting was supposed to be an all season duvet with 850 loft meant to keep us warm for the winter season.
I was originally surprised upon receiving it how thin the duvet was even after we puffed it out and let it sit overnight. Even with wearing pajamas and having our room temperature at night at 18 degrees celsius both me and my partner are still cold. We have to wear socks and long sleeve shirts to stay warm. So thr bottom line is we are extremely dissatisfied at the moment. Is it possible we did not actually receive an 850 loft Duvet product? Though the package does say 850 loft on it.
Thank you for your time,

Simon Harris

My 30 oz duvet is by far the best quality duvet we have ever had. Incredibly soft, quiet . I have not slept better. Highly recommend this product!

Elizabeth

Hi Meah, All of our duvets come in Twin size!

Canadian Down & Feather Company

any smaller sizes like twin size?

meah wojno

Hi Dianne, The fluffiest duvets we offer are our Winter Weight duvets. There are 2 duvets that come in Winter Weight – 650 Loft White Goose Down Duvet and White Goose Down Duvet. (Check the product comparison chart for which duvets come in which weights). Fluffiness and warmth go hand in hand! Winter Weight duvets are very fluffy but also very warm – too warm for most people! If the fluffy, full appearance is most important to you, Winter is a great choice. But most people need something more functional and opt for a lower weight accordingly.

Canadian Down & Feather Company

I’m looking for a king duvet. The last one we had we had extra fill put in it as we loved it . the fluffiest duvet we can possibly get which one would you recommend?

Dianne Dale

Hi Linda, Our duvets have loops in all 4 corners. The duvet covers have ribbons in all 4 corners that go through the loops and snap closed to keep the duvet from shifting in the cover. We designed these covers to be easier to put on, so I do hope you get to try it, and hopefully you have a better experience!!

Canadian Down & Feather Company

Do your duvets come with tabs on the ends, I wanted to purchase a duvet cover from you with the zippers on three sides, right now I don’t use a cover , although I have three, I find it’s to difficult to get the duvet inside with arthritis in hands. Thank you

Linda Robertson

Hi Cherie, Yes, if you purchase from any of the retailers we deal with directly, we do honour the warranty, as the product is coming directly from us. TSC and Amazon are our direct partners! If you’re buying on Amazon, please make sure we are the seller and not another 3rd party! If you have any questions about which retailers we supply to, our customer service team will be happy to advise. If you find our products at an auction house, liquidation store, facebook marketplace, or anything like that, we can’t warranty the product, as we don’t know where it came from, whether it’s been used, how it’s been cared for, etc.

Weight and warmth go hand-in-hand! The more fill we add to a duvet, the warmer and puffier it becomes. Our fluffiest, warmest option is Winter Weight, however it’s way too warm for most people, and it’s recommended only if your room temperature is 15C or below. Most people will opt for All Season Weight for winter, as it’s recommended for 16-18C. If you keep your home fairly warm in the winter, you may want to go with a lighter weight.

Canadian Down & Feather Company

Hello – if we purchase one of your duvets from another source IE: TSC/Amazon etc….is the warranty still valid through your company? Also I’m trying to decide which duvet. I like a full fluffy duvet for cold winter nights. What would you suggest.

Thanks

Chérie

Hi Val, If the payment did not go through, it is likely that your order was not placed with us. Perhaps there was an error in the credit card info provided? Did you get an order confirmation from us by email? Please feel free to email info@canadiandownandfeather.com or call 416-532-3200 and we’ll be happy to help you place your order!

Canadian Down & Feather

Over a month ago I placed an order for a 650 white goose down duvet in queen and all season for $451.50 and have not heard back. No payment on my MasterCard either.

Val Finch

I have ordered two 850 loft hutterite goose down duvet, I wonder if it can be washed by hand ?

Jane Lin

Hi Fernanda, You can see which duvets come in which warmth ratings on the Product Comparison Chart! The duvets that come in Winter Weight are the 650 Loft White Goose Down Duvet and the White Goose Down Duvet. Winter Weight is far too warm for most people – it’s best for room temperatures of 15 degrees C or lower. All Season Weight is plenty warm for most people who are a bit chilly when they sleep or for room temps around 16 – 18 degrees.

Canadian Down & Feather Company

Looking for a warm winter duvet

Fernanda

Hi Laurie, All Season Weight is always heavier than Regular Weight because it is warmer. To make a duvet warmer, we need to add more fill to it, making it heavier! You can compare the exact fill weights on the ‘Specifications’ tab on any product page. If you like a light weight duvet, I would go with a down duvet. Down duvets are very light because down is so warm per ounce…just a little bit of fill goes a long way! The weight that is right for you depends on the temperature of your home and your personal preference…it sounds like you’re looking for something not too warm, so I would opt for Regular Weight in that case. :)

Canadian Down & Feather Company

Hi
could you please tell me the difference between all season weight and medium weight in terms of heaviness. I would like a duvet that is
cool in the summer but decent warmth but not hot in the winter- I live in central Ontario.
i do not like heavy blankets or duvets( small person ).

Thanks ___ I look forward to your reply. Laurie

Laurie Mathe

Hi Doris,
Great question! We do have sales year-round. Every 1-2 months or so. The bulk of our best sales are concentrated around October – January. Please feel free to sign up for our newsletter at the bottom of the page. That’s how we communicate our sales and promotions with our customers!

Canadian Down & Feather Company

How often you will have duvets on sale?

Doris cheng

Hi Doris, Thanks for your question! We don’t offer our Hutterite duvets in Summer Weight, but we can make one custom for you if you’d like. Please email us and we can provide a quote!

Canadian Down & Feather Company

Do you make 850+ Hutterite white goose down duvet in summer weight? Can I special one?

Doris Cheng

Hi Barb, Thank you for your comment! Down alternative duvets tend to be fairly heavy. This is because synthetic materials don’t have very good insulating properties. A lot of fill is required in order to provide the warmth most people are looking for. For a lightweight duvet, you’ll want to go with a down duvet. Down is an excellent insulator, so just a little bit of fill goes a long way! For our most affordable down duvet, see the White Down Duvet in the pink flamingo packaging!

Canadian Down & Feather Company

Hi,
I have tried a duvet with polyester fill (not yours) and found it to be too heavy. I’m not concerned with weight as it relates to warmth, but rather how it feels on my body. I do not want something that feels confining; in fact I’d be nice if I didn’t feel it at all. Also, I am on a tight budget. So what would be your suggestions? Thank you.

Barb

Amanda, my daughter received her white goose down comforter just in time for the Calgary freeze. She absolutely loves it! And didn’t want to get out of bed the next morning. Thank you for your assistance and making a great Canadian Product!

Jim

Hi Lisa,

We can make something like that for you! It would be a customer project. Please email info@canadiandownandfeather.com with more info (size, warmth levels, thread count, type of fill) and we can provide you with a quote!

Canadian Down and Feather Company

Do you sell partner or split tog duvets? They are king size but allow 2 different fills ie summer weight one side and regular weight on the other for couples with different sleep needs?

Lisa

Using your Smart ’furnace controls, one could lower temperature at night, hence save on heat bill and use a heavy duvet for comfort.

Marlene

Hi Joan, Our most popular duvet is the Hutterite Goose Down Duvet in the purple packaging!

Canadian Down & Feather Company

The flat top of my bed is 60″ × 80.″ I’m interested in a Hutterite Regular duvet for myself and single Regular duvets for my three pre-teen granddaughters. What do you suggest and what are the costs? Can you have then delivered to my farm in East Garafraxa Township before Christmas?

Charles Hooker

I would like all seasons king size most popular down feather , do you have couple to look at?

Joan McCallum

Hi Jen, Great question. Down duvets are quite lightweight as a rule. If you want something not too hot but don’t want to sacrifice too much fluffiness, I’d go with a Regular Weight Hutterite duvet (purple, red, or yellow-green packaging). Hutterite down is extremely lofty/fluffy. By comparison, the White Goose Down Duvet or White Down Duvet in Regular Weight will look a bit thinner. I hope this helps!

Canadian Down & Feather Company

Hi there,

I cant decide between a light weight duvet, medium weight or All seasons. I don’t want it too heavy or hot. I’d like one that is full and fluffy as some other brands ive seen are lightweight but also very thin and I like the fullness of my bedding. I guess that’s the trade off. Any suggestions?

Jen

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