This Snuggly Comforter Makes Me Feel All Tucked In, and It’s the Best Sleep I’ve Gotten All Winter
I’ve been a fan of Sunday Citizen since tapping into my inner peace with their Crystal Weighted Blanket last year. The brand has high-quality bedding that amps up relaxation and makes even a non-napper like me want to lounge around for a few extra minutes each day. While their cooling bamboo blanket and duvet covers are luxurious and fab, I was still craving a product that brought that cozy, cuddly goodness you want when you climb into bed, especially during the winter months. As you can imagine, when the opportunity came to try out the brand’s Snug Comforter, I hopped all over it. What I didn’t see coming? Just how obsessed I’d be.
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When my Snug Comforter was delivered, I nearly mistook it for something else because of its size. The down-alternative comforter arrives in a convenient vacuum-sealed bag that makes it easier to carry and appear smaller than it actually is. Once I opened the bag, I was able to see the comforter in its full glory. The comforter has two distinct sides: A soft and snuggly microfiber top and a bottom made from smooth bamboo viscose to help regulate your temperature throughout the night. I’m used to thick and fluffy comforters, so the denser, more compact shape of the Snug Comforter was a huge change. Honest, when I first saw it, I definitely assumed I was going to have to layer it up with more blankets in order to be comfortable. Spoiler alert: I was wrong.
How it feels to sleep under a Snug Comforter is almost hard to describe if you haven’t yet experienced it. I thought it was going to be extremely lightweight, but it applies a surprising amount of soothing pressure as you rest. The first night I slept with it, I thought the comforter was being weighed down by some pillows I had alongside my bed, but it turned out to be just the blanket itself. The edges of the comforter are slightly thicker than the middle, lending the feeling of being “tucked in” without actually going through all the trouble. The icing on the cake was layering the comforter with a lightweight blanket during a cold snap — I never got too hot, felt safe and secure, and woke up feeling so well-rested.
I initially thought that the $285 price point on the Snug Comforter was hefty, but it’s totally worth the splurge. The comforter is even machine-washable, so it’s not high maintenance and is durable enough to last for the long haul. I’ve been raving about Sunday Citizen products for a while now and this is just another favorite to add to my growing list. If you want the coziness of a weighted blanket without the actual weight of one, the Snug Comforter is it, trust me.