Down comforter for dorm rooms and teen bedrooms.
Hypoallergenic down free comforter for dorm rooms and teen bedrooms.
Available in Twin XL, the size of most college dorm room beds.
Lofty TCS® Down Free™ synthetic fill makes this bedding the ideal choice for allergy sufferers.
500-550 fill power hypoallergenic TCS® Down meets government regulations for superior down cleanliness.
A rigorous 6-step quality process ensures our down is hypoallergenic-exceeding government regulations for cleanliness.
Combed cotton shell is Oeko-Tex certified to be free of all harmful substances and chemicals.
Eco-friendly, 250-thread count shell is durable yet lightweight.
12" sewn-through diamond stitching prevents down from shifting and ensures no cold spots.
Matching sham features a 2" flange.
Made in LaCrosse, WI of fine imported materials.
Off to school? Our striped comforter and sham make the perfect college dorm bedding, providing all-season warmth in style. Patterned with bold, variegated stripes, this lofty all-season comforter features TCS® Down Free™ fill —a hypoallergenic synthetic fill, making the comforter ideal for allergy sufferers. 500-550 fill power hypoallergenic TCS® Down and eco-friendly, 250-thread count combed cotton shell. A12" sewn-through diamond stitching prevents down from shifting and eliminates cold spots. The Baldwin Stripe Down Comforter is available in Twin X-Long, the size of most college dorm room beds.
Available exclusively at The Company Store – producing exceptional-quality bedding for the whole family since 1911.
Rating Snapshot(1 review)
Customer Reviews for Baldwin Stripe TCS® Down and Down Free Comforter / Sham
Review 1 for Baldwin Stripe TCS® Down and Down Free Comforter / Sham
Date:October 10, 2014
from Wayne, PA
My 11 year old son loves his new comforter! What I love is the quality of the material -- soft not stiff. Looks and lays wonderfully on his bed. Just hope it washes well. Very happy with our purchase!
How often do you shop at The Company Store?Rarely
Style:Traditional (classic lines and livable colors)