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There’s nothing nicer than settling in under warm sheets and a comfy duvet in winter, but as temperatures rise you may find yourself waking up more sweaty than cozy. These breathable sheets are perfect for warmer spring temperatures.

1) Sheex Performance Sheets

Sheex is perfect for seriously sweaty sleepers. These performance sheets are cooler and more breathable than traditional cotton, and transfer body heat two times more effectively. The moisture wicking, quick dry fabric keeps hot sleepers from waking up in that dreaded pool of sweat. At $180 a set, these sheets are an investment—but with rave reviews from customers about a more comfortable sleep, they may just be worth the splurge.

2) PeachSkinSheets Moisture Wicking

These ultra-soft sheets from PeachSkinSheets are designed for hot sleepers, with a breathable fabric that wicks moisture away from the body. The 1500 thread count gets softer with each wash, and is anti-pilling, anti-microbial, and anti-snag.

3) Nestl Bedding Cool Sheet Set

If you’re looking for affordable, high quality, cooling sheets, Nestl bedding makes a well-received set for under $20. The microfiber fabric is cool and breathable and dries quickly. These sheets are also anti-bacterial, wrinkle-free straight from the dryer, and dust mite resistant.

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