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Jessica McClintock White Goose Feather Pillows (Set of 2)
Provide your head with the support you need while you sleep with these plush goose feather pillows. The pillows are hypoallergenic, which is perfect for those with allergies, and the cambric-weave fabric helps prevent the feathers from poking through.
ITEM#: 14013656These Jessica McClintock white goose feather pillows are the perfect medium/firm density pillows featuring an hypoallergenic blend of 10-percent white goose down and 90-percent white goose feathers. Made in the USA of hypoallergenic materials.
The set comes with two pillows so you have one for each side of your bed. Because they can be placed in the washing machine and dryer, these pillows are easy to care for. They are ideal for those who sleep on their backs and sides for comfortable support where you need it most.
- Pillow Type: Other
- Set includes: Two bed pillows
- Fabric construction: Cambric weave
- Type of down: White goose feather blend 90-percent feathers, 10-percent down
- Construction: Double-stitched edges
- Thread count: 230
- Type of sleeper: Perfect for back and side sleepers
- Care instructions: Easy care machine washable and dryable
- Outer design: Solid, no pattern
- Jumbo: 20 inches x 28 inches with 32 ounces of fill in each pillow
- King: 20 x 36 inches with 47 ounces of fill in each pillow
Down and feather-filled products are packed tightly during shipping. Upon receipt, remove them from their packaging, fluff gently, and allow several hours to recover their full loft. In addition, being sealed in plastic packaging sometimes causes the scent of these natural products to concentrate to a disagreeable level. A few hours of airing usually removes the odor.
We recommend that this pillow is fluffed at least once a week to maintain down distribution.
|Fill Type||Down Feather|
|Tags||Comfy Durable Fluffy Luxury Quality Soft|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Limited Manufacturer|
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These are exactly what you'd expect of feather pillows. Soft and comfortable. :)Read More
As described and a great value for the price paid. Very Happy!Read More
great pillows for someone who likes a soft pillow. If you like firm pillow you may not like it.Read More
I was very suprised at the quality of these. I wasn't sure and had never bought a pillow online before. When they arived I was very happy with them. No feathers poking out or any of that. Would definitely recommendRead More
For a 90/10 feather and down, these are great quality. They do have a normal bit of a crackly sound until they get broke in good. Typical for the feather content. They are nice and full, firm, but yet soft. Will purchase again!Read More
I ordered two sets of the king size Jessica McClintock pillows for my new bed. When they arrived, I wasn't certain I received what I had ordered, because I received two boxes from "Downlight" - no mention of Overstock or Jessica. I had to research Jessica McClintock online to realize that these pillows are made by DownLight. Despite what other reviewes have stated, I'm not very impressed. The cotton that covers the pillows seems thin, and there are quite a number of lumpy spots in the pillows. I've had a lot of down pillows in the past, and these are some of the least comfortable. Nevertheless I'm keeping them. Considering the price I paid, they'll do for now, and I'll look for better quality next time.Read More
Amazing value price for top quality pillows that are wonderfully comfortableRead More
The pillows hold their shape. I would always have to turn my old pillows multiple times during the night. They are very comfortable and I would definitely recommend them to others.Read More
This pillow has a crinkly sound to it that I find distracting. While it is fairly soft it isn't a comfortable pillowRead More
I returned these pillows. I did not find them firm enough. Did no impress me. they were no as firm as my old ones. They did seem nicely made. the were advertised as JUMBO, but were not.Read More
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I need some new pillows as mine are flat.
Love these pillows!
By the star rating I hope these are very good pillows, I need them.
Because I used to have a feather pillow and loved it! These pillows seemed to be real goose feathers, the others were worded funny. Didn't trust what was really in it.
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