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Aquaplush® Polyester Comforter with Microfiber Ticking

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When you want a hypoallergenic down alternative comforter that is not covered in cotton, our Aquaplush® Hypoallergenic Microfiber Comforter is the perfect alternative. All the luxurious warmth and comfort of a down comforter without the feathers.

  • Filled with our signature Aquaplush® 100% combed polyester fiber

  • Covered in super-soft microfiber polyester ticking fabric in white

  • The sewn-through box construction and 4" frame around the perimeter anchor the fill.

  • Super-strong double stitching and German cotton piping add a beautiful classic finish, as well as strength and durability. 

  • Fill: Twin (30 oz), Full (40 oz), Queen (45 oz), King 106x94 (54 oz)


Twin 63 x 88


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