What Duvet Tog is Best for UK Winter?
Choosing a duvet can be a difficult decision as you try to find the best duvet for cold nights.
In the UK, tog ratings are used as a guiding reference to identify the different weights available.
With cooler days ahead and the rising cost of heating it is expected that more people will be looking for heavier winter duvets this year. A good weight for a Winter duvet is 11+tog though there are higher tog duvets available. You can find out more information on Tog ratings and duvet fillings in our previous blog “How to choose the best duvet for you”.
Some people use an All Season duvets were they combine two duvets, a summer with an autumn weight duvet equating to a heavy winter. We use fabric ties to connect the two duvets together while other brands use poppers.
The Ava Innes Heavy Winter duvet is perfect for cold nights. Weighting more than a traditional feather and down, our winter duvet will feel more like a weighted blanket with a Super King duvet weighting over 6 kilos. Filled with continuous layers of cashmere guard hair and wool, encased in organic cotton and made in Yorkshire, the Ava Innes duvet is unique.
Better still, 93% of Ava Innes duvet customers told us in a survey in November 21 that they slept better under their new duvet, quoting the temperature regulating quality as a key characteristic. Menopausal ladies particularly find the Ava Innes duvet works best for them, though these tend to be the lighter weights helping make night-time overheating more bearable.