With the first snow (and deep freeze) upon most of the nation we’ve received quite a few calls about concerns about purchasing cooling bedding as the temperatures dip.

It is a perfectly good question that I’m happy to answer but before I begin I think we should back up and ask a few other questions:

What is the “cooling” part of our Slumber Cloud branded products?

The answer?  Outlast Technology.

Next question:  What is the technology that helps keep your warmer at night on cool nights?

The answer? Outlast Technology

Confused yet?

Well, don’t be, we aren’t trying to fool you.  The technology actually works to balance all temperature swings, both hot and cold by absorbing excess heat as it is produced and releasing some of it as it is needed.  So, if you’re cold, the technology will do its best to release heat back to you so you’re more comfortable.

Here is how it works.

If you still want more proof it can help you look at other products that utilize this state of the art technology in cold weather environments:

 Wigwam ski socks

Thermal underwear

Yamaha snowmobiling outfits


And I just read about a cold water survival suit that helicopter workers are required to wear as they are being transported to and from jobs on oil /gas rigs.  The suit actually exceeds federal regulations and increases the chances of survival.


If it can work in these cold weather environments, to add comfort to the wearer, I hope you will try it for yourself.  If you don’t like it, we just so happen to have a 30-Day Slumber Cloud Guarantee and you can return it, no questions asked.


Sleep Well (whether it’s cold or hot outside)



P.S. Outlast’s tagline,  “Not too Hot, Not too Cold” makes a bit more sense now, huh?

P.P.S.  Our Black Friday & Cyber Monday event is fast approaching so be on the lookout for some amazing deals.