Nest Bedding Hybrid Latex Mattress Review

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Cover – The cover is made of a soft organic cotton that I found to be pretty breathable. I should also mention that the cover has an inch of wool quilted into it. This will provide some immediate comfort and pressure relief on top of the mattress.

Comfort – The comfort layer is made of 3 inches of Talalay latex foam. Latex foam is known for having a quick response to pressure, which gives the mattress some bounce. While this layer is soft to provide pressure relief, the bounce of the latex helps defend against feeling stuck in the mattress. Latex also does a good job of dissipating heat, to help sleep a bit cooler, and the comfort layer is also aerated to allow for air to flow into the mattress for better temperature regulation.

Support – The Nest Hybrid Latex uses and 8 inch pocketed coil support system. This layer provides some bounce to the mattress as well as supports the comfort layer above it as well as the sleeper on top. Pocketed coils create space in the mattress for air to flow through for temperature regulation and cooling. Another advantage of pocketed coils is that they are individually wrapped, so they tend to isolate motion better than traditional innerspring mattresses.

Base – The foundation of the mattress is 1 inch of high density poly foam. This is a firm layer of foam that the support layer rests upon.

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