Blanket Junkies, Rejoice: Realtree EDGE Comforter Set

You know who you are, and you know there's room in your linen closet for one more.

by posted on October 14, 2021
Realtree Edge Lede

"How many of those things do you have?"

"More than I need, but fewer than I want."

Most of the time here at NRA Women, the above sentiment applies to our gun safes. However, it occasionally applies equally to our linen closets. If you're the sort of NRA Woman whose impressive ammunition supply is matched only by the luxury of her bedding, you'll be excited to know that the camouflage masters at Realtree now have a comforter set in classic Realtree EDGE.

Yes, that comforter set would look just right in your guest bedroom, or adorning the simple comforts of your hunting cabin. Why yes, there are coordinating window panels so that you won't have to worry about clashing window treatments. And yes, the comforter set is crafted from a soft, durable and eminently machine-washable poly-cotton blend that makes it as practical as it is attractive.

Is it possible that your guests may joke that they cannot locate the bed due to its excellent camouflage? It is, but after a night spent slumbering in the comfort of Realtree EDGE, they'll want to know where you got yours. Available in twin, full, queen and king, each set includes two matching pillow shams. MSRP $69.35-$101.35 depending upon size. Realtree.com

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