- Twin/Twin XL$205
Great for those who sleep hot or live in warmer climates, our lightweight comforter offers the same luxurious feel of the original, but with lighter fill for maximum breathability.
The unique blend of 3D down alternative and sustainable lyocell fill keeps you cozy without feeling too warm.
- Cotton shell made of certified organic percale cotton
- Blend of cloud-like 3D down alternative fiber and naturally moisture-wicking lyocell fill
- 100% hypoallergenic
- Wave quilting ensures the down alternative fill stays evenly distributed
- Corner loops to attach inside a duvet cover (sold separately)
- Machine wash cold with like colors, gentle cycle, no bleach, tumble dry low
- For a plusher, warmer comforter that’s great for all seasons, check out our All-Year Down Alternative Comforter
What makes our lightweight down alternative comforter so special?
Breathable organic cotton shell
We only use certified organic cotton in our comforter shell. It’s woven into a 200-thread count percale weave that’s cool, crisp, and airy.
A lightweight, breathable blend of recycled down alternative fibers and natural, renewable lyocell fill is perfect for those who sleep hot.
Made with Fair Trade Cotton
This bedding product is made with Fair Trade Certified™ cotton that’s sourced with the most rigorous standards of economic and social responsibility for the farmers. We believe it's the most effective way for us to do the most good every day.
Sensitive sleepers can rest easy with our comforters’ naturally hypoallergenic materials. The addition of natural lyocell in the fill makes it superbly moisture-wicking and breathable
Stay comfy, cozy & cool
Our naturally breathable, moisture-wicking organic cotton shell and cloud-like down alternative and lyocell fill keeps you warm without overheating.
Frequently asked questions
Machine wash on its own in cold water on a gentle cycle. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low and remove promptly. Mild, organic detergents work best.
Bedding products returned within 45 days of the delivery date will get a full refund to the original form of payment. There are no restocking or penalty fees for used products, but we do ask that you wash your used bedding before returning.
At this time we do not have an exchange policy for Saatva bedding. If you would like to exchange your merchandise, simply return your order and repurchase the item of your choice.
The short answer: breathability!
According to the National Sleep Foundation, the sweet spot for thread count in cotton bedding is between 200 and 400. If you tend to sleep hot, a higher thread count may not be a great choice as it tends to trap body heat. Sticking to that sweet spot for thread count is a good way to ensure your cotton sheets won't feel too warm.
The terms “comforter” and “duvet” (also known as “duvet insert”) are sometimes used interchangeably. Traditionally, a comforter is meant to be used on its own and doesn’t require a cover. It can either have a decorative print or a solid color.
In contrast, a duvet (AKA duvet insert) is designed to be used inside a duvet cover which you can wash and switch out regularly. Duvets are also typically fluffier than traditional comforters and quilts because they are filled with down alternative or some other lightweight fill.
Our Saatva All-Year Comforter is actually a hybrid of both. Like a comforter, it can be used on its own without a duvet because it’s super soft and machine washable. Unlike a traditional comforter, it has the cloud-like softness and lightweight breathability of a duvet.
We recommend using the All-Year Comforter as a duvet insert inside our duvet covers to give you more versatility and ease when laundry day comes around.
Also known as a “duvet”, a duvet insert is typically fluffier than traditional comforters and quilts because they are filled with down alternative fibers or some other lightweight fill. They’re designed to be used inside a duvet cover.
Saatva comforters can be used alone, but we recommend using it like a duvet insert inside our organic duvet covers to keep it clean and protected in between washes.
Duvet covers typically have fabric loops on each corner to tie and anchor the corners of the duvet insert to keep it from bunching.
Follow these easy steps to insert your duvet insert into your duvet cover:
1. Turn the duvet cover inside out and lay it flat on your mattress, with the opening at the foot of the bed.
2. Lay the comforter/duvet insert on top of the duvet cover.
3. Tie the ends of the duvet insert to the corresponding corner loops of the duvet cover.
4. Starting at the head of the bed, roll both the duvet cover and comforter/duvet insert together like a burrito toward the foot of the bed.
5. Once at the end, invert the duvet cover opening around the ends of both sides of the “burrito” you just rolled.
6. Zip the duvet cover closed.
7. Unroll the “burrito” back up toward the head of the bed and fluff as needed.
Our unique blend of airy 3D down alternative fibers and naturally breathable lyocell absorbs very little body heat while offering a high volume of airflow which allows you to sleep very cool.
To make our comforter even cooler, we cover it with naturally breathable 100% organic cotton.
Unlike traditional down comforters which can shed some smaller pieces of down filling through the fabric shell, down alternative comforters usually don’t have this issue.
They’re also a more hypoallergenic option because they don’t trap allergens like dust mites and pollen like traditional down comforters can.
Lyocell is a semi-synthetic fiber that is a form of rayon composed primarily of cellulose derived from wood pulp. It is a naturally biodegradable fiber that is manufactured in an efficient, eco-friendly process, making it a sustainable alternative to synthetic fibers like polyester.
The main benefits of lyocell are its superb breathability, moisture-wicking, and durability.