How we built our Latex Hybrid Mattress - Introduction

How we built our Latex Hybrid Mattress - Introduction

Experience the perfect blend of memory foam and latex

Experience the ultimate sleep with our hybrid mattress featuring natural talalay latex and high-density cool copper-infused memory foam, encased coils, and steel edge for unmatched support. Enjoy the comfort of quilt foam with cooling gel and a heavy-weight circular knit panel, all backed by a natural chemical-free fire barrier for added safety.

Body hugging comfort

Memory foam contours to your body, offering personalized support and pressure relief. Plus, with advanced cooling technologies, you can enjoy a comfortable, cool sleep all night long.

In this 5 part series we will go through each product that we place into our Latex Hybrid Mattress, but some layers are so good we repeat them. Such as the following layers we have mentioned in our previous series regarding our Luxury Foam Hybrid Mattress.

High-Density Cool Copper Infused Pneumatic Memory Foam 

High Profile 852 Ascension X Pocketed Spring System with steel edge

High Density Base Foam

What is Latex Foam?
Latex foam is designed from the sap of rubber trees, and it has been a long time since bedding products have used this natural, renewable material. Rubber tree sap must first be harvested and processed into a foam substance to make latex foam.

Latex foam is a preferred material for beds and pillows because it is firm and supportive. It has a springy feel that can be helpful for those who prefer a firmer sleeping surface by offering excellent support—additionally, breathable and temperature-regulating latex foam aids in keeping you cool while you slumber.

Latex foam is also hypoallergenic and impervious to dust mites, mold, and mildew for those with allergies or respiratory problems. For those seeking to invest in a long-lasting bedding product, it is strong and can last up to 20 years. However, due to its natural components and production method, latex foam may be more expensive than other kinds of foam.

Many health professionals such as osteopaths, physical therapists and chiropractors recommend latex mattresses for pain relief. This is because of the comfort and cushioning properties of the latex, as well as its ability to promote natural spine alignment.

We hope you enjoy this 5 part series.

Kind regards,

The SpineAlign Team