Is this made of Sherpa? If not is the quality just as good or better? I want a Sherpa throw and this matches my bedroom set
Woolrich Lumberjack Softspun Down Alternative Filled Throw
The Woolrich Lumberjack Down Alternative Throw is perfect for the home. Made from softspun polyester, the face of this throw features a brown plaid motif while the reverse features a cozy berber fabric.
ITEM#: 15741916Whether you need something to cozy up in while reading a book or a decorative piece for the end of the bed, the Woolrich Lumberjack Down Alternative Throw is perfect for the home. Made from softspun polyester, the face of this throw features a brown plaid motif while the reverse features a cozy berber fabric, keeping warm even on the coldest night.
- Construction: Plaid, knife edge, ETE box
- Weave: Jacquard
- Color: Brown
- Materials: 100-percent polyester
- Care instructions: Machine washable
- Dimensions: 50 inches wide x 70 inches long
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|Material||Down Alternative Polyester|
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I bought three of these for our sons at Christmas! They tell us their families love it's soft, warm feeling so much they have a hard time "taking their turn" using it! I knew they would love it...as Woolrich is a high quality company and their goods are very high quality!Read More
I was a bit worried this blanket wasn't heavy enough when I opened it up, but within seconds of laying under it, I was convinced. It's warm and toasty, the sherpa fleece is so soft and reflects heat back down on to you quickly. It's like wrapping up in a cloud. The top layer of fabric is a cotton feel, bit lighter than flannel, but it's soft like a flannel material. I am in love with this blanket.Read More
I am so happy with this throw. It is very good looking, soft and SO warm. I love it, my husband loves it and so does our miniature Schnauzer. I'm going to order the red plaid next!Read More
Love it. I use on the den sofa to protect the leather sofa cushions, dog gets on it, hairs get on it, washes clean as can be for me to use later! Thanks for the great price, Woolrich and Overstock!!Read More
This was a very cozy throw and is a good size. Perfect for a lake cabin.Read More
I have to admit that I had my doubts considering the price that this would be anything but a thin "cheap" throw but I was pleasantly surprised when it arrived. It is just perfect to keep warm while watching TV or lounging. It's also great to throw on the bed when the nights are extra cold. It is about medium weight and very soft, warm and comfy. I have had to do battle with my dogs to keep them from hogging it and my granddaughter keeps trying to steal it. It is also long enough to cover me because it is a little less than 6 ft long (70") and is nice and wide. It would work on a twin bed. I bought it on a promotion so I got it for less than the regular price. In fact I bought two with different colors. I like the one with the green stripe through it better than the brown one but that is just me. I think these would be flying off the shelf if they weren't so "masculine" looking. The down alternative is great for me because of allergies. I haven't washed it or dried it yet so that remains to be seen. I plan on following the instructions using a gentle wash and dry cycle.Read More
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Hello jmdbronx, this is detailed as berber fleece which is similar, but it is not sherpa. We do not know how the two similar materials compare, but the reviews will give you an idea of the quality of this item. Thank you for shopping with us.
Does this throw have a polyester filling or two layers of polyester fabric?
Thank you for contacting us irrehs7. There is poly filling in between the poly fabric. Please let us know if you have any further questions.
It is medium weight and says it's filled. I love mine. Check out my complete review.
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