The Comfy Will Keep You Warm This Winter

We got a dose of winter a few weeks ago here in the northeast, and I was once again reminded that I hate the cold. But winter will soon be here, and anything that helps keep me warm is welcome in my home. The Comfy is a simple idea but one that I’ll be wearing all winter long.

The Comfy Will Keep You Warm This Winter
The Comfy is a cross between a blanket and a sweatshirt. And while it might look a bit dorky at first, I’ve been using my review sample quite a bit and I love it. Raina loves it too, and I’ll be buying her one so I don’t have to share mine.

The Comfy Will Keep You Warm This Winter

The Comfy comes in a range of different colors. Solid ones are usually priced at $44.95; most Comfy’s are currently $39.99.

The Comfy Will Keep You Warm This Winter
They also offer s number of specialty Comfys including an American Flag Comfy, a Santa Comfy, an Elf Comfy, and a Reindeer Comfy; each is $59.99. Finally, the company partnered with the Susan G Komen Foundation to create a pink version that is usually $49.99 but is currently $39.99. In addition, the company has committed to making a donation of $50,000 to the Foundation regardless of sales. I’m really impressed they didn’t make the donation contingent on the number of items sold!

The Comfy Will Keep You Warm This Winter

The Comfy looks like an oversized sweatshirt that, depending on the height of the wearer, extends down to just above the knees. It is made from 100% polyester and is incredibly soft. The outer material is a fleece microfiber while the interior is a “premium fluffy sherpa.”

The Comfy Will Keep You Warm This Winter
The large hood is great for extra warmth and is large enough that I’m able to pull it over my head even when I am wearing large, over-the-ear headphones.

The Comfy Will Keep You Warm This Winter

The large front pocket is great for remotes, or pretty much anything you might want to carry while wandering around the house.

The Comfy Will Keep You Warm This Winter

The low hem is great for keeping your butt warm even on the coldest of nights, and it large enough that, even at 6’ 1”, I’m able to bring my knees up to my chest when laying on the couch.

And since the Comfy is made to be worn day after day, night after night, it’s good to know that it is machine washable. When it is getting a bit ripe, all you have to do is toss it in the washer and then dry it on low.

Describing their product as a “luxurious, warm, and soft blanket/sweatshirt seen on Shark Tank,” this how the founders explain their product’s origin.

We’re Brian and Michael Speciale, a couple of single dads living in the desert who had a crazy idea one day, made a prototype, found a manufacturer, got ourselves on Shark Tank, sang (badly) in front of millions, and are continuing to grind every single day.

The Comfy Will Keep You Warm This Winter


  • Luxurious, warm, & soft blanket/sweatshirt seen on Shark Tank
  • One Size Fits All Adults & Teens
  • Design Specifics: huge hood, giant front pocket, high low hem, and ribbed cuffed sleeves
  • Care-Free Wash: toss it in the wash then tumble dry on low – it comes out like new
  • Contents: Outer material – luxurious fleece microfiber. Inner material – premium fluffy sherpa. 100% polyester
  • 30 Day Return/Refund Policy

The Comfy Will Keep You Warm This Winter

I realize I look a bit silly in the Comfy. Raina does too. But when it is cold… who cares? Using the comfy is as easy as putting on a hooded sweatshirt, and it is as comfortable as being wrapped in a blanket. I love my review sample, and I know it will come in quite handy during a winter that will, I suspect, be quite cold. You can check out the various colors and designs and order yours here.

Source: Manufacturer supplied review sample

What I Like: Comfortable; Inexpensive; Warm hood; Large pocket; Machine washable

What Needs Improvement: Nothing

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About the Author

Dan Cohen
Having a father who was heavily involved in early laser and fiber-optical research, Dan grew up surrounded by technology and gadgets. Dan’s father brought home one of the very first video games when he was young and Dan remembers seeing a “pre-release” touchtone phone. (When he asked his father what the “#” and “*” buttons were his dad said, “Some day, far in the future, we’ll have some use for them.”) Technology seemed to be in Dan’s blood but at some point he took a different path and ended up in the clergy. His passion for technology and gadgets never left him. Dan is married to Raina Goldberg who is also an avid user of Apple products. They live in New Jersey with their golden doodle Nava.