Wool baby duvet 70×100 (medium)

146.00 €

Spoil your child with a luxurious merino wool baby duvet. With its fantastic breathability and temperature-regulating properties, the wool duvet ensures that the child gets a comfortable, dry and temperate sleep. Due to our unique wool carding, the wool baby duvet is incredibly soft and fluffy, and perfect for swaddling your baby in. Our wool baby duvet is filled with 100% untreated merino wool and covered with a fabric of certified organic cotton.

Choose between three variants; light, medium and heavy.

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We think it is important that children are given the best conditions for a comfortable and uninterrupted night's sleep. A Cocoon wool duvet is a cool, breathable and temperature-regulating all-season duvet that can help create the right environment for the child. The lightness of the merino wool means that the duvet regulates the heat around the body and transports the excess moisture and heat away from the body, so that the child gets a temperate and dry night's sleep. This is especially important for infants, as small children can have difficulty regulating their own body temperature. This can lead to small children becoming too hot and sweating. Therefore, it is incredibly important that the baby duvet is good enough to help the child regulate its temperature and moisture.

Our wool baby duvet is filled with 100% untreated merino wool and covered with a fabric of certified organic cotton.
What makes our Cocoon merino wool baby duvet special:

  • Temperature-regulating & moisture wicking
  • 100% organic and chemical-free materials
  • Naturally hypoallergenic & resistant to house dust mites
  • Unique wool carding

Which thickness should I choose?

A good rule of thumb is:

  • If the wool duvet is to be used primarily in the warmer months of the year, or if the duvet is only to be used indoors, then the light version is a good choice.
  • If the wool duvet can also be used in colder months, and if you are generally looking for a all-season duvet, then the medium (standard) version is a good choice.
  • If the wool duvet is to be used primarily in the colder months, and if the duvet is primarily to be used outside, then the heavy version is a good choice.

Why choose a wool duvet?

Most people can nod in recognition to the experience of a feather or down duvet getting really warm during the night. You get so hot that you have to lighten the duvet a bit during the night to cool down a bit. This is because feathers and down are both incredibly good at insulating. The good insulating ability gives a really nice feeling during the cold months, when we want to retain the heat as much as possible. It's really nice, right up until you've warmed the duvet and mattress up to body temperature. After this, the body needs to be able to get rid of the excess heat and moisture from the body. Unfortunately, this is where feathers and down often fall short.

Many are of the opinion that wool is also just a warm fiber that only belongs in winter time. The truth is, however, that wool possesses unrivaled properties in terms of regulating temperature and humidity, and is therefore suitable for both cold and warm weather. The wool uses your body temperature to generate heat, and when it gets too hot, the wool absorbs the moisture around the body and cools the body down. The secret behind the wool fiber's incredible breathability is the lanolin-containing surface, which enables the fiber to absorb large amounts of moisture while still feeling dry. Merino wool can absorb 35% of its own weight in water and moisture without feeling wet and still keep your body dry and warm. It is also the content of lanolin in merino wool that ensures that your duvet will not smell of sweat, and creates an antibacterial environment that house dust mites cannot live in. However, it is only in untreated wool that the lanolin is still retained, and therefore there will be a big difference between a duvet with untreated wool and a normal wool duvet.

Merino wool is distinguished by having slightly twisted fibres, which make the wool perfect for being carded into a rich soft 'cloud' of wool fibres. This makes the sleeping products delightfully light and fluffy, which will undoubtedly benefit any sleep. To ensure that the duvet is as breathable and temperature-regulating as possible, we only use merino wool fibers that are longer than 8 cm. The longer fibers will create a fluffier and lighter carding. This means that the duvet will feel light, have a unique breathability and feel incredibly neutral in its temperature.

From the Spanish mountains and home to you

The Merino sheep is the world's most numerous breed of sheep and originates from Spain, but today is widespread all over the world. For our Cocoon merino wool products, we only use wool from merino sheep that has their daily walk in the mountains. These sheep produce a longer wool due to the colder air in the mountains. When we select our merino wool, it is crucial that the production of the merino wool focuses on the welfare of the animals. We therefore have a strict policy that we only use wool from sheep that are free range, are shorn in a proper way and that are not subjected to mulesing. Therefore, we only use Spanish merino wool, where no mulesing is used.

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The Cocoon wool duvet is a cool, breathable and temperature-regulating all-season duvet that can create the right setting for a comfortable and uninterrupted night's sleep.

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