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Buy Natural Latex Mattress



Our team at Sleep Foundation conducts extensive hands-on tests for each mattress to provide you with the most reliable, data-driven recommendations and reviews. Below are key guidelines that inform our testing methodology:




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To create our list of the top latex mattresses sold today, we conducted rigorous in-house testing on dozens of mattress models. These included assessments for pressure relief, temperature regulation, edge support, and odor potential. Since our testing team consists of individuals with varying body types and preferred sleep positions, we were also able to evaluate how comfortable and supportive each mattress feels for different sleeper groups.


A standout latex hybrid in every sense, the WinkBeds EcoCloud delivers a balanced medium feel with zoned comfort and coil layers to ensure even support for the entire body. Other notable qualities include excellent cooling, sturdy edge support, and great responsiveness for sex.


The WinkBeds EcoCloud exemplifies everything we like about latex hybrids. The mattress has a medium (5) feel with a zoned design in both the comfort layer and support core. This construction helps maintain even support for your entire body, including areas where you carry a disproportionate amount of weight. As a result, the mattress is particularly well suited to people with pain and pressure points in their shoulders, back, and hips.


During our tests, the EcoCloud earned favorable ratings from side and back sleepers on our team weighing up to 230 pounds. Stomach sleepers on our team across all weight groups also felt comfortable on the mattress. The combination of gentle cushioning and robust coil support makes the EcoCloud an appealing choice for a wide range of sleepers.


We detected little heat buildup when testing the mattress for temperature control. This can be attributed to the breathable cover, moisture-wicking fire barrier, latex that retains minimal heat, and a coil system that promotes steady air circulation. The zoned coils also maintain even support throughout the interior and along the perimeter, so our testers noted minimal sinkage during our edge support and ease of movement tests.


The EcoCloud consists of a Talalay latex comfort layer over a pocketed coil support core. Measuring 4 inches thick, the latex creates a highly responsive feel with considerable bounce when you get into bed. This layer feels firmer and more supportive around the lower back, with gentler cradling for lighter areas of the body. The coils are also zoned for extra support in areas where you carry more weight.


A breathable organic cotton cover encases the entire mattress, and a layer of wool batting is sewn into the top surface. Wool has natural moisture-wicking properties to help you stay dry and comfortable on hot and humid nights. The EcoCloud measures 12.5 inches thick, making it a high-profile mattress.


As shown by our hands-on tests, the Birch is a medium firm latex hybrid that offers a comfortable sleep experience to people across a wide range of body types and sleep positions. Light contouring, a moderate bounce, and sturdy support add to the mattress' balanced feel.


Temperature control was another area where the Birch performed well during our tests. The mattress contains two layers of wool batting over the comfort layer, creating a surface that sleeps cool and provides excellent moisture control. The Talalay latex and pocketed coils work together to maintain a bouncy surface that we found easy to move across, and the perimeter did not sink much when we tested the mattress for edge support.


Latex hybrids tend to be some of the more expensive options on the market, but the Silk & Snow Organic maintains a competitive price-point. The mattress also boasts several certifications, making it a great choice for eco-conscious shoppers.


The comfort system begins with a layer of Joma wool that gives the surface a plush feel while doubling as a natural fire barrier. Underneath is a layer of GOLS-certified Dunlop latex that cradles your body to relieve pressure in your joints and lower back. Pocketed coils in a zoned configuration make up the support core. Thicker coils in the center of the mattress prevent midsection sagging, while thinner coils near the head and foot of the bed cradle lighter areas of the body. Extra coils line the perimeter for sturdy edge support. A breathable, GOTS-certified organic cotton cover encases the mattress.


Silk & Snow offers free shipping to the contiguous U.S. and provincial Canada. Purchases come with 100-night sleep trials, during which you can test the mattress and return it anytime after a 30-night break-in period. The Silk & Snow Organic is backed by a 15-year warranty against structural defects.


In many respects, the Nolah Natural 11 is a quintessential latex hybrid. The surface feels bouncy yet adaptive, pocketed coils provide robust reinforcement, and various cooling components promote excellent breathability and temperature control.


The Natural 11 is medium firm (6) with a balanced feel. Ratings were strong across the board with our testing team, but the mattress performed particularly well with our side sleepers weighing at least 130 pounds, our back sleepers up to 230 pounds, and our stomach sleepers between 130 and 230 pounds. All of these testers received adequate cushioning and support from the Natural 11, and sinkage was not a major issue for most of us.


The coils are zoned to reinforce the midsection and push back against compression along the perimeter. As a result, the mattress earned favorable ratings during our edge support and ease of movement tests. Breathability was another area where the Natural 11 performed well. Testing the mattress for temperature control, our thermal sensors picked up little body heat and none of us felt uncomfortably warm.


The flippable Zenhaven is a two-in-one all-latex model that allows you to adjust the firmness with a simple flip of the mattress. High-quality materials and a zoned design make this mattress a good option for shoppers with flexible budgets.


Saatva is known for using high-quality materials, and the Zenhaven is no exception. Dense Dunlop latex layers make up the mattress core. Since this type of latex is associated with above-average durability, we expect the Zenhaven to perform for at least 8 years. The medium soft side earned high marks during our pressure relief tests, while the firm side performed better for edge support. We detected little heat buildup on either surface, and both sides were responsive enough to facilitate mostly sink-free movement.


While each side of the Zenhaven has a different firmness level, both share similar designs. A GOTS-certified organic cotton cover encases the entire mattress. Extra quilting around the lumbar region helps alleviate pain and pressure in your lower back. A layer of GOTS-certified New Zealand wool acts as a fire barrier while keeping you cool by wicking moisture away from your body. All Zenhaven models are treated with Guardin, a plant-based antimicrobial agent intended to safeguard the mattress from harmful bacteria.


The comfort layer on each side is divided into five firmness zones to give you extra reinforcement around the torso and hips, and gentler cradling for lighter areas of the body. A thick, shared support core of ultra-dense Dunlop latex is sandwiched between the comfort systems. All latex layers are ventilated with small holes to promote airflow throughout the interior.


The PlushBeds Botanical Bliss uses a combination of Talalay and Dunlop latex to create an adaptive, responsive feel with limited sinkage. Multiple firmness and thickness options ensure most people with back pain can find a design that's both comfortable and supportive.


Each Botanical Bliss begins with an inch of wool batting sewn into the cover, which acts as a moisture-wicking fire barrier. The 9-inch and 10-inch models contain a top layer of Talalay latex, followed by two Dunlop latex support layers. The 12-inch model adds a third Dunlop layer to the support system. A breathable organic cotton cover encases the entire mattress.


Both models start with a wool comfort layer that cushions the surface and acts as a natural fire barrier. Dunlop latex cradles, rather than adapts, to your body to alleviate pressure buildup. Pocketed coils in the support core keep the body on an even plane, preventing excessive sinkage and reinforcing the perimeter of the mattress. The mattress cover is made from breathable, GOTS-certified organic cotton.


Each Organic Latex Mattress comes with medium soft (4), medium (5), and firm (7) Dunlop latex layers. You can unzip the cover and rearrange the layers to create the most comfortable configuration for you and your partner. Our testers weighing less than 130 pounds preferred a soft-to-firm arrangement from top to bottom, resulting in a plush surface with decent support. Those weighing 130 to 230 pounds felt more comfortable with the top two layers reversed. This created a firmer surface feel with extra transitional cushioning. If you weigh more than 230 pounds, we recommend placing the firmest layer on top.


All three latex layers are ventilated for optimal airflow and the cover is breathable organic cotton, so the mattress performed quite well during our temperature control tests. We also found that the latex layers are adaptive enough to reduce motion transfer and alleviate pressure for side sleepers, but also bouncy and conducive to movement across the surface. Edge support varies by layer configuration. For the strongest perimeter, you should place the firm layer above the other two.


Each 3-inch latex layer has a distinct feel and cushioning level. That said, all three are composed of dense Dunlop latex that responds to your movement with a light bounce. A 1-inch layer of organic batting encased in the mattress acts as a fire barrier and also keeps the surface cool and dry. This brings the total profile up to 10 inches, so the Organic Latex Mattress toes the line between low- and medium-profile. The cotton and wool hold GOTS certifications and the latex is GOLS-certified, so the mattress should appeal to eco-conscious shoppers who prefer to buy sustainably made products. 041b061a72


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