Brooklinen’s Limited Edition Cashmere Sheet Bundle Is the Secret to Restful Nights All Winter Long

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Whether you live for snowy winter days or spend November through March dreaming of tropical destinations, one thing is for sure — crawling into a bed that fails to keep you warm and cozy as you fall asleep is the worst. Maybe you’ve been using your summer bedding year round, or maybe you own cotton sheets that absorb the cold, winter air. Whatever the issue may be, it can easily be solved with a good set of winter bedding. And Brooklinen’s Heathered Cashmere Hardcore Sheet Bundle is one of the best sets on the market.

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When you snag one of Brooklinen’s limited edition cashmere sheet bundles, you’ll receive everything you need to combat winter weather from your bed: a cashmere sheet set, duvet cover, and extra set of pillowcases. It’s pretty standard as far as bedding bundles go, but the difference is in the threading. Made with 5% Himalayan cashmere, this bundle is noticeably softer and warmer than basic cotton bedding. Not only does it eliminate the need for extra blankets or thick, constrictive pajamas at bedtime, but the cashmere doesn’t conduct cold air in the way many sheets do — which means the bedding is warmer to the touch the moment you lie down on it.

Coziness aside, this bundle is also perfect for customizing your bedroom. Choose between four different bed sizes and two different pillow sizes (from full up to California king), and four different colors (charcoal, fog, cream, and amethyst) that you can mix and match as you please.

Gallery: 9 Pairs of Gloves That Will Actually Keep Your Hands Warm This Winter (Travel + Leisure)

  • Slide 1 of 10: Whether you’re climbing a frozen waterfall or just the steps up to the Metropolitan Museum, winter outings are easier when you aren’t relegating your cold hands to your pockets. Find the perfect pair of winter gloves to bring along and free yourself from frozen fingers.There are a few things to consider when picking out a pair of gloves: First, make sure your fingers almost touch the tips of the glove, but not push against them. A small air pocket will help to trap warmth. Longer cuffs will also help keep you warmer — you want the glove to be able to go under your coat sleeve so there isn’t any exposed skin around your wrists.Related: The Best Ear Warmers for Winter TravelThe thicker your glove, the warmer you’ll be — and the clumsier, too, in some cases. Make sure you can easily put your gloves on and take them off indoors. If they start out feeling clumsy, they’ll only get harder to manipulate as you (and they) get wetter and colder.Most manufacturers tend to have a similar hand fit across their designs, so it may take a few different brands before you find the one for you. Women’s gloves are distinguished by a smaller palm size and longer fingers than men’s gloves, but feel free to cross categories if one isn’t working right for you. The right pair should fit like... well, you know.

  • Slide 2 of 10: These popular fleece gloves offer a silicone palm for better grip and still allow use of your devices.To buy: thenorthface.com, $45

  • Slide 3 of 10: If you’re looking for something a little bit hardier, upgrade to the Apex model to add a layer of windproofing.To buy: (men’s) thenorthface.com, $55; (women’s) thenorthface.com, $55

  • Slide 4 of 10: Another reviewer favorite is the OZero, a slim pair of gloves that are both windproof and waterproof, in addition to being touchscreen-friendly.To buy: (men's) amazon.com, $17; (women's) amazon.com, $17

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  • Slide 5 of 10: If you’re trying to get the best of both worlds, go for a convertible mitten that flips into a fingerless glove. This Polartec pair includes a storage pocket to tuck the mitten flap into when you’re not using it and a separate thumb flap for when you just need to send a quick text message.To buy: (women’s) amazon.com, $32; (men’s) amazon.com, $34

  • Slide 6 of 10: Nike’s Sphere running gloves are lightweight and flexible and offer reflective detailing for your morning run — or suspiciously dark commute.To buy: (women’s) zappos.com, $25; (men’s) zappos.com, $25

  • Slide 7 of 10: These gloves are designed to be liners, so while the fleece is treated to be water-resistant, it won’t keep you dry during any intense outdoor activities — but it will fit under a bigger shell.To buy: amazon.com, $32 (originally $45)

  • Slide 8 of 10: If you want touchscreen access and a more polished exterior, these leather gloves also are sleek and stylish, though not as warm as some of their fleece-lined counterparts.To buy: kentwang.com, $95

  • Slide 9 of 10: Waterproof, windproof, and stuffed with PrimaLoft insulation and a microfiber lining, these mittens should stand up to adventures even in the most extreme cold.To buy: amazon.com, $100

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  • Slide 10 of 10: The Give’r has a cheerful yellow waterproof leather exterior, elastic cuffs, and breathable insulated interior.To buy: rei.com, $99Love a great deal? Sign up for our T+L Recommends newsletter and we’ll send you our favorite travel products each week. 

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Best Thin-but-Warm Gloves: The North Face Etip Recycled Gloves

These popular fleece gloves offer a silicone palm for better grip and still allow use of your devices.

To buy: thenorthface.com, $45

Best Windproof Gloves: The North Face Etip Apex Gloves

If you’re looking for something a little bit hardier, upgrade to the Apex model to add a layer of windproofing.

To buy: (men’s) thenorthface.com, $55; (women’s) thenorthface.com, $55

Best Budget-friendly Gloves: OZero Thermal Winter Gloves

Another reviewer favorite is the OZero, a slim pair of gloves that are both windproof and waterproof, in addition to being touchscreen-friendly.

To buy: (men’s) amazon.com, $17; (women’s) amazon.com, $17

Best Convertible Mittens: TrailHeads PowerStretch Convertible Mittens

If you’re trying to get the best of both worlds, go for a convertible mitten that flips into a fingerless glove. This Polartec pair includes a storage pocket to tuck the mitten flap into when you’re not using it and a separate thumb flap for when you just need to send a quick text message.

To buy: (women’s) amazon.com, $32; (men’s) amazon.com, $34

Best Running Gloves: Nike Sphere

Nike’s Sphere running gloves are lightweight and flexible and offer reflective detailing for your morning run — or suspiciously dark commute.

To buy: (women’s) zappos.com, $25; (men’s) zappos.com, $25

Best Touchscreen Gloves: Black Diamond Men’s HeavyWeight Screen Tap Glove

These gloves are designed to be liners, so while the fleece is treated to be water-resistant, it won’t keep you dry during any intense outdoor activities — but it will fit under a bigger shell.

To buy: amazon.com, $32 (originally $45)

Best Leather Gloves: Kent Wang Deerskin Gloves

If you want touchscreen access and a more polished exterior, these leather gloves also are sleek and stylish, though not as warm as some of their fleece-lined counterparts.

To buy: kentwang.com, $95

Best Winter Gloves for Extreme Cold: Marmot Men’s Randonnee Mitts

Waterproof, windproof, and stuffed with PrimaLoft insulation and a microfiber lining, these mittens should stand up to adventures even in the most extreme cold.

To buy: amazon.com, $100

Best Waterproof Winter Gloves: Give’r 4 Seasons

The Give’r has a cheerful yellow waterproof leather exterior, elastic cuffs, and breathable insulated interior.

To buy: rei.com, $99

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To buy: brooklinen.com, from $475

This set is made for sweater weather, but it remains lightweight for ultimate comfort. Make it your designated winter bedding or sleep on it year round — just don’t sleep on buying it. The limited edition bundle won’t be available forever, so make sure to grab yours before temperatures dip.

Hillary Maglin is a digital ecommerce editor who splits most of her time between New York City and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. You can find her on Instagram @hillarymaglin, where her DMs are always open to discuss travel gear, wine bars, and Taylor Swift’s latest record.

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