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The Best Comforters for Hot Sleepers You Can Buy in 2020

For those who need to be under the covers, even when it's hot as hell.

hot weather comforters
Pottery Barn

Hot sleepers have a hard time sleeping comfortably already. Throw in high temperatures and unbearable humidity, and sleeping in the summer is more of a nightmare than an actual nightmare. If you're a someone who needs to be covered to fall asleep, these comforters offer all the coziness of a duvet, minus the night sweats.

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1 Down Alternative Comforter

  • The cover is made from breathable and soft microfiber polyester.
  • Super cheap for those on a budget.

  • You get what you pay for; the comforter won't last forever and you'll probably have to buy a new one in a few seasons.
  • Doesn't utilize modern technology to cool sleepers.
2 Lightweight Summer Down Alternative Comforter
Alwyn Home

  • Textured "peach skin fabric" is comfortable on the skin if you don't use a duvet cover.
  • Polyester fill is hypoallergenic and breathable.

  • Some reviewers complain the textured fabric makes it difficult to put on a duvet cover.
  • The summer-weight comforter might still be too warm in extremely hot climates.
3 Purple Duvet

  • Cotton outer material is soft, breathable and comfortable.
  • Polyester fill doesn't trap in heat in the summer, but provides just enough warmth on cooler days.

  • Reviewers noticed the comforter makes a "crinkly" noise.
4 Breeze Comforter

  • The shell is made from 100 percent eucalyptus, a soft and breathable material.
  • Effective temperature regulation with an average 4.7 out of 5 rating from over 4,000 reviewers.

  • Buffy recommends dry cleaning over machine washing.
  • Some may find it's too thin to function as a fall or winter comforter.
5 Cumulus Comforter
Slumber Cloud

  • Uses Outlast technology, originally made for NASA, to absorb, store and release body heat.
  • A "cloud-like" feel that wicks away moisture and minimizes the discomfort of humidity.

  • While the comforter is cozy, it comes at the cost of being too heavy for the summer.
6 HydroCool Ultra Plush Temperature Regulating Down-Alternative Duvet Insert
Pottery Barn
Pottery Barn

  • Hydrocool fill is designed to wick away moisture.
  • Oversized fill creates a fuller feel and look than thinner, less substantial, comforters.

  • For $50 less, there is a non-ultra plush version if you're not into the loftiness.
7 Down Comforter

  • 600 down fill is light, yet comforting.
  • The shell is made from cotton sateen, which is soft and smooth.
  • Treated with antimicrobials to prevent bacteria growth.

  • Not ideal to throw in the washing machine. Spot cleaning is recommended for large stains, and dry cleaning can quickly degrade the comforter.
8 Humidity Fighting Duvet

  • A merino wool layer between the outer cover and fill is naturally moisture-wicking.
  • Alleviates overheating and humidity by regulating body heat and directing it outward.

  • Crazy expensive for a duvet. Only for those who are incredibly willing to invest in their sleep.
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