Doonas, Duvet, Comforter, Quilt Kapok filled Oeko-Tex® cotton shells-fr.incl
Goldilocks Natural Bedding doona shells are made with Oeko-Tex® cotton filled with luscious grade 1 Kapok fiber: This is as vegan and chemical free as you can get. Snug, lightweight non-toxic warmth that breathes.
Custom mixed weights (half/half for couples with differing sleeping needs) are available upon request (please email). All prices include postage to anywhere in Australia.
Sizes: All standard sizes available in Single, Double, Queen & King
Styles: All our doona's have walled channels. You can choose open channel which allows the kapok to shift up and down the channel or a nylon T-Bar or hand-stitched notch added every 12 cm, to avoid shifting of the Kapok filling (a gentle shake will reset/resettle your kapok fiber).
Note: The short nylon T-tags can not be felt and offer a less expensive option than our hand-stitched version.
We have developed a unique 'blowing' technique that adds an extra dimension to our ridiculously divine lightweight yet warm and snug doona's.
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I have been trialing kapok doona's for 6 years now to work out the best configuration and weights. I find that the thermal properties of kapok are outstanding. and yet Kapok fiber's breathe-ability is second to none. Kapok's thermal properties are sometimes remarked upon by clients as having the ability to breathe so well that it can be used in Australia’s autumn and spring as well.
All of our Kapok fiber is chemical free. No chemicals are used in the growing, cultivation, cleaning, transportation or importation of our fantastic selection of naturally organic kapok products.
Kapok is the best reasonably priced hypo-allergenic, lightweight but snug and warm non-toxic alternative to synthetics. A natural fiber, ideal for Vegan’s as it is cruelty free, it comes from the fallen seed pods of a giant rain-forest tree. Kapok trees do not need cultivating or fertilizing and nor are they cut down to harvest its bounty.
You can read lots about Kapok eco-fiber properties, history and uses in our info section.