Whether temperatures are dipping below freezing, or spiking so high you think your bed might need its own air conditioner, you want the most breathable, all-around best comforter that money can buy. Why should any night’s sleep take place in anything less than the luxury of a fluffy cumulus cloud? Once you’ve upgraded your mattress and sheets, a comforter or duvet or duvet insert is the next essential piece of bedding you need to make your bed the kind of place you can stay in all-day long (whether or not you agree that top sheets are a scam). And once you’ve got a great comforter in place, you’re just a fiddle leaf fig, discreet rolled up yoga mat, and a cuddly dog short of Instagram-ready breakfast in bed.

First, let’s spend just a moment on some important textile-world jargon: What is the difference between a comforter and a duvet? Both are thick, fluffy blankets. A duvet insert is intended to be used with a separate duvet cover, which you can wash separately and swap out. A comforter is basically a duvet insert with the cover sewn on. This makes comforters a bit harder to clean. Cleaning a duvet cover is as easy as tossing a top sheet in the washer. And, if you no longer like the color, print, or pattern on your cover, you can just swap it, instead of having to replace the entire comforter.

The best comforters and duvets check several boxes: superior hand-feel, ample warmth, satisfying fluffiness (described as “loft” in industry-speak and often measured by “fill weight” or “fill power”), and adequate breathability. Oh, and also, they should be machine washable. Oh, and ideally, they’d have those corner loops that make them easier to put in your duvet cover. In order

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