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Best Latex Mattress: Zenhaven vs. PlushBeds vs. Nest vs. Brooklyn Bedding

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Thinking about buying a latex mattress – but don’t know which one to get?

You’ve come to the right place.

In this 5-minute mattress comparison, we will compare the best latex mattresses sold online: Zenhaven, PlushBeds Botanical BlissNest Hybrid Latex and Brooklyn Signature.

What’s In This Mattress Comparison?

My aim here is to help you find the best latex mattress for your needs and budget.

To do this, I will review the following features one at a time, pointing out the differences between these four mattresses:

  • Mattress Construction
  • Comfort and Firmness
  • Sleeping Experience
  • Warranty and Returns
  • Shipping and Delivery Options
  • Price

If you want to dive deeper into the details of each mattress, then read my 10-minute mattress reviews.

If you want to learn more about the benefits of latex vs. other types of foam, check out our latex vs. foam FAQ.

Short on Time?

If you don’t have time to go through this blow-by-blow comparison, then here is my quick take on each mattress:

Click on a link to learn more about a mattress.

MattressRating Price Our TakeShop
PlushBeds Botanical Bliss
4.8$1,099- $2,098The best-sleeping / highest-quality 100% latex mattress sold online. All-natural materials, lots of options and a super-long warranty.
Nest Hybrid Latex
4.8$999 to $1,599This is a true luxury hybrid mattress. It has more bounce than the other latex mattresses, is better at cooling and has zero motion transfer.
4.7$1,299 to $2,499A unique mattress with a soft side and a firm side. Whichever you sleep on, it feels really comfortable and supportive. The soft side feels plush with a deeper hug.
Brooklyn Signature
4.5$425 to $900The Brooklyn Signature mattress is the cheapest of the lot and provides the best bang for the buck.

Mattress Construction

Zenhanven, PlushBeds Botanical Bliss, and Brooklyn Signature are all-foam mattresses that utilize latex foam in their main support and comfort layers.

The Nest Hybrid Latex is the only mattress that combines latex foam with pocketed coils.

Zenhaven Construction

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Zenhaven is a new mattress from Saatva that uses 100% natural latex.

The most interesting feature of Zenhaven is that you can change comfort levels by flipping the mattress over. One side provides Luxury Plush comfort while the other provides Gentle Firm comfort.

The mattress uses four Talalay latex layers with an organic cotton cover at the top plus organic wool as a fire barrier.

The top comfort layer consists of 1.5 inches of Talalay latex. This layer has a 5-zone design that aligns with different areas of your body.

The second support layer consists of 3 inches of Talalay latex. This layer has a higher ILD (density) rating than the top layer which allows the mattress to support your weight adequately.

The third layer is also a support layer of 3 inches Talalay latex. But it’s firmer than the second layer, which boosts compression support especially for heavier sleepers. When the mattress is flipped to the firmer side, this becomes the second layer and creates the ‘Gentle Firm’ comfort experience.

Finally, there is a foundation (comfort) layer of 1.5 inches Talalay latex with a zoned design. It is the foundation layer in the ‘Luxury Plush’ position and the comfort layer in the ‘Gentle Firm’ position. It is slightly firmer than the first comfort layer above.

Learn more about Zenhaven mattress construction.

PlushBeds Botanical Bliss Construction

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The PlushBeds Botanical Bliss has three main layers plus an organic cotton cover and a layer of New Zealand wool to act as a fire barrier.

Note: The Botanical Bliss comes in three thickness options: 9, 10 and 12 inches. Each have different prices.

The top comfort layer consists of 2 inches of natural Talalay latex. It feels bouncy and plush yet resilient enough to support you.

The second/base layer consists of 6 inches of ARPICO Organic Latex. This type of latex foam has a noticeable denser feel than the Talalay latex above. It provides adequate compression support, preventing sagging and body impressions. This layer also doubles as the base of the mattress.

Read our Botanical Bliss review for more details about this mattress.

Learn more about PlushBeds mattress construction.

Brooklyn Signature Construction

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Brooklyn Bedding uses a different kind of latex-like foam called TitanFlex in its Brooklyn Signature mattress. It’s very similar to organic latex foam and has most of the same characteristics, which is why we've included this mattress in our ‘Best Latex' comparison.

This mattress has three layers adding up to 10 inches in thickness.

The top comfort layer is made of 2 inches of TitanFlex. It is infused with gel to provide both plush comfort and responsiveness. It combines the luxury pressure relief of memory foam and the bounce of latex foam.

The second support layer is made of another 2 inches of TitanFlex. This layer of foam is firmer than the top layer, which allows it to support more weight and prevent sagging.

The foundation layer consists of 6 inches of foundational foam. This high-density foam provides overall support and durability to the mattress.

Learn more about the Brooklyn Signature's mattress construction.

Nest Hybrid Latex Construction

The Nest Hybrid Latex is a hybrid mattress consisting of foam and pocketed coil layers.

Nest Hybrid Latex Mattress - constructionLike the other three mattresses, it has an organic cotton cover at the top and incorporates wool to helps with breathability and fire protection.

There are 5 layers as follows:

The topmost comfort layer is 1.5″ of Eco Flex Quilted foam topped with an organic stretch knit cotton and Joma wool cover.

The second comfort layer underneath is made of 3 inches of Oeko-tex Certified Dunlop latex. It is medium-firm which provides a perfect balance between plush comfort and firm support.

The support layer consistsof 1″ of Eco-Firendly Comfort foam on top of 6 inches of pocketed coils. The pocketed coils provide excellent body contouring while also suporting your weight. This layer prevents too much sinkage (compression support) for those with heavier bodies. and prevents sagging, ensuring the mattress remains comfortable and supportive for years.

Finally, there is a thin slice of 1-inch high density foam at the bottom of the mattress. It enhances the support provided by the second layer.

Because of the pocketed coil layer, the Nest Hybrid Latex is definitely the best mattress of these four for heavier sleepers.

This mattress comes in Medium, Firm and Plush comfort layers.

Learn more about Nest Hybrid Latex mattress construction.


All four mattresses offer a choice of firmness levels, but the Zenhaven is unique in how it provides that.

Zenhaven Firmness

Instead of selling a separate product for each firmness level, Zenhaven sells a single mattress that you can flip over to switch from Luxury Plush to Gentle Firm.

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In this way, the Zenhaven is both a medium firm mattress and a firm mattress.

The Luxury Plush side provides a medium-firm comfort level that rates about 4-5 on our 10-point scale with ten being the firmest. It has more pronounced sinkage and feels quite plush. It’s the right choice of the two for side-sleepers and those who love to feel their mattress hugging them.

The Gentle Firm side of the Zenhaven offers a pretty firm feel that's about 7-8 on our firmness scale. It has much less sinkage and is best for back- and stomach-sleepers.

PlushBeds Botanical Bliss Firmness

The PlushBeds Botanical Bliss comes in three firmness options: soft (19-21 ILD), medium (24-26 ILD) and medium firm (29-31 ILD).

They vary the firmness by changing the ILD rating  of the top comfort layer.

The soft option has a lower ILD, thus has more sinkage. It’s great for side sleepers and those who love to sink into their mattress. I’d rate it at around 4-5 on our firmness scale.

The medium option feels soft enough to be plush and firm enough that you don’t sink in too much. It’s the ideal choice for most people including those with back and joint problems. On our firmness scale, it falls between 5 and 6.

The medium firm is also somewhere in the middle of the firmness scale though it falls a bit on the firm end (6-7). It’s not too firm that you’ll feel like you are sleeping on the floor. It feels more like floating but still with a bit of softness for comfort.

Brooklyn Signature Firmness

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Brooklyn Bedding also offers three firmness levels for their Signature latex mattress: soft, medium and firm.

The soft option has a more pronounced hug, making it extra-plush compared to the medium and firm comfort options. It’s ideal for side sleepers, and those who prefer a deep plush feel when they sleep.

The medium option is the most popular.  It’s great for most people since it offers the best balance between soft and firm. It doesn’t feel too soft nor does it feel uncomfortably firm. It’s good for all types of sleepers including back, stomach and side sleepers. It is also the recommended option for those with back problems.

The firm option is still comfortable but has very little sinkage. It’s perfect if you love floating on your mattress or like to move around a lot at night. It’s also great for back and stomach sleepers and those with a larger body type.

Nest Hybrid Latex Firmness

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The Nest Hybrid Latex offers 3 firmness options: medium, plush and firm.

The plush option is quite soft, rating only 3 – 3.5 out of ten on our firmness scale where 10 = rock hard.

The medium option is slightly on the soft side, rating around 5 – 5.5. It’s the best choice for most people.

The firm option rates around 6 – 6.5.

Sleeping Experience

All four of these four beds are luxury mattresses, and they feel like that.

And, all four do a great job with temperature control, a benefit that latex foam is well known for.

Zenhaven Sleeping Experience

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You don’t have to worry about choosing the right firmness level if you buy the Zenhaven mattress – just flip the mattress to change it from firm to soft.

Whichever side you sleep on, the Zenhaven feels comfortable and supportive. The soft side feels plush with a deeper hug. The firm side doesn’t hug your body as much.

The mattress sleeps cool through the night, too. But that shouldn't be a surprise, since Latex foam is naturally good at dissipating heat.

There is minimal motion transfer, so couples needn’t worry about waking each other in the middle of the night.

The Zenhaven mattress is also quite bouncy, a much welcome feature for your amorous nights.

If you are looking for a great all-latex foam mattress, we really like the new Zenhaven from Saatva.

Read more Zenhaven customer reviews to see what they think.

PlushBeds Botanical Bliss Sleeping Experience

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PlushBeds Botanical Bliss is the best organic latex mattress we've tested. If you want the full luxury hotel bed experience, buy the 12-inch size.

The sleeping experience is, according to me and to many other customers, very close to a luxury hotel experience.

The medium and soft comfort options feel really soft and plush. They cradle your joints and your back, which is really nice after a long day.

Being a latex mattress, the Pillow Plus never gets hot regardless of the weather outside.

It also has a nice bounce and very little motion transfer, both of which make this mattress a great choice for couples who like to, um, “move around” a lot at night 😉

Read more PlushBeds customer reviews to see what they think.

Brooklyn Signature Sleeping Experience

The Brooklyn Signature mattress is the least expensive mattress of this lot. Perhaps that’s because it’s the only one that does not use natural or organic latex.

That aside, most customers claim that this mattress is just as luxurious as an organic latex mattress. Many also say it provides the best luxury for the money.

The medium firm Signature is the most popular comfort option, and it does feel plush without being too soft. You get firm support for your back and a nice hug for your hips and shoulders.

The mattress stays cool and fresh, has minimal motion transfer and offers a good level of responsiveness (bounce).

Read more Brooklyn Signature customer reviews to see what they think.

Nest Hybrid Latex Sleeping Experience

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The Nest Latex Hybrid mattress is a luxury hybrid mattress, not an all-foam product like the other three.

It is also arguably the best latex hybrid mattress you can buy for less than $2,000.

You get the best features of latex foam and coil springs, which in the real world means more bounce than the others and less motion transfer.

The pocketed coils add to the bounce of the latex layer above. They also improve airflow, which enhances breathability and keeps the mattress cool. Because the coils are individually pocketed, they don’t transfer disturbance across the mattress.

Your sleeping experience will vary depending on which firmness level you choose.

The medium option is plush yet supportively firm.

The firm option feels a bit more rigid with less of a body hug.  But it's not Japanese firm.

Read more Nest Hybrid Latex customer reviews to see what they think.

Warranty and Returns

All four companies offer very generous return policies and warranty coverage.

Nest Bedding really stands out from the pack with their exceptional lifetime warranty and lifetime comfort guarantee on their Hybrid Latex mattress.

NOTE: Please be careful to buy from the company's official website. Third-party retailers like Amazon may only give you 30 days to test your mattress and return it.

Zenhaven Warranty and Return Policies

Zenhanven gives you 120 days – almost four months – to test their mattress and decide if you like it. You can return it at any time during this period for a full refund less the $99 delivery charge. You can also request an exchange though you’ll be charged $99 for handling.

As for the warranty, you can choose from two warranties, as follows:

  1. The standard warranty is for 20 years. Zenhaven handles all costs, including handling, during the first two years. For the rest of the warranty period, you’ll only pay for handling if you make a claim. Zenhaven still handles all replacement or repair costs.
  2. Saatva also offers a Fairness Replacement Option that runs for 20 years. It’s essentially a prorated warranty. They’ll replace the mattress at no cost to you during the first two years. After that, you pay a percentage of what you originally paid for your mattress. For years 3-5 it is 30%, for years 6-10 you pay 50% and for years 11-20, you pay 75% of the original price.

Read the Zenhanven Warranty and Return policies.

PlushBeds Warranty and Return Policies

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PlushBeds offers a standard trial period of 100 days, which is plenty long enough to test the comfort of your mattress. If it doesn’t feel right, you can return it or request a comfort exchange at no cost to you.

The warranty is longer than most, at 25 years. The warranty has two phases. During the first ten years, PlushBeds will replace or repair the mattress at no cost to you. During the final 15 years, they will repair the mattress and charge you for the handling cost. If a full replacement is necessary, you’ll have to pay a percentage of the original price – which is 50% in the first year of the 15 years and increases by 3% for every subsequent year.

Read PlushBeds's Warranty and Return policies.

 Brooklyn Signature Warranty and Return Policies

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Brooklyn Bedding offers a 120-day return period. They ask that you at least sleep on the mattress for 30 days before initiating a return. Returns are completely free.

Brooklyn's warranty is an industry-standard ten years, which in this case is the shortest of the bunch.

But it’s long enough considering that this is a budget-priced mattress. This warranty is non-prorated meaning the company will cover all costs for repair or replacement whether you claim the 1st or 10th year of coverage.

Read Brooklyn Bedding's Warranty and Return policies.

Nest Hybrid Latex Warranty and Return Policies

Nest Bedding offers the best policies of this group, by far.

Nest offers a lifetime comfort guarantee. During the first 100 days, Nest offers a normal return policy. You can exchange the mattress for another comfort level at no fee or return it for a full refund. After the first 100 days, and for as long as you own your mattress, you can exchange your mattress for a firmer or softer one after paying 50% of the then-current mattress price.

Nest's also provides a lifetime warranty. As long as you own the mattress, Nest Bedding will cover any replacement or repair costs for approved claims.

Read more about the lifetime comfort guarantee and warranty on Nest Bedding’s official website.

Read the Nest Hybrid Latex Warranty and Return policies.

Shipping and Delivery Options

Zenhaven Shipping and Delivery

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Zenhaven charges a flat $99 fee for shipping and delivery. This fee includes in-home setup. So you don’t have to worry about carrying the mattress inside and setting it up in your bedroom.

PlushBeds Shipping and Delivery

PlushBeds offers free 7-9 day shipping within the contiguous United States. In other regions such as Hawaii and Alaska, they’ll send you a shipping quote.

You can also pay an extra $99 to get the new mattress set up for you and the old one taken away.

Brooklyn Bedding Shipping and Delivery

Brooklyn Bedding also offers free 5-8 day shipping within the contiguous United States. For Alaska and Hawaii, shipping is around $250 per mattress. For Canadian buyers, it’s $270 per mattress.

You can request expedited shipping at an additional cost. But they don’t offer any setup services.

Nest Bedding Shipping and Delivery

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The Nest Latex Hybrid mattress is shipped free within the contiguous United States. Alaska and Hawaii, as well as international orders, cost extra in shipping.

You can also request White Glove delivery for an additional fee.


Except for Brooklyn Signature, all of these mattresses are fairly pricey, in line with their organic latex construction.

Only Brooklyn Signature costs less than $1,000 for a queen size.

But remember that these are luxury latex mattresses. They’d cost twice as much. if not more. in a traditional Brick and Mortar store.

Note: prices below reflect the latest discounts.

Size Zenhaven by Saatva PlushBeds Botanical Bliss Brooklyn Signature Nest Latex Hybrid
Twin $1,299 $1,099 $425 $899
Twin XL $1,349 $1,099 $475 $999
Full $1,699 $1,499 $625 $1,199
Queen $1,899 $1,599 $750 $1,399
King $2,499 $1,899 $900 $1,599
CA King $2,499 $1,899 $900 $1,599

Financing Options

Subject to Approval; For US Customers Only.

Zenhaven: PayPal Credit offers no interest if paid in full in 6 months.

PlushBeds: Affirm offers rates between 10-30% APR. Payment periods are 3, 6 and 12 months.

Brooklyn Bedding: Affirm offers rates between 0-30% APR. Payment periods are 3, 6 and 12 months.

Nest Bedding: Affirm offers rates of 10-30% APR. Zibby is also available for those with a low credit score.



We currently offer a coupon for the PlushBeds Botanical Bliss mattress.

For the other three mattresses, check the Nest Bedding, Zenhaven and Brooklyn Bedding websites for discounts.

Zenhaven is the Best Mattress For You If…

You want a Talalay latex mattress that is supportive and luxurious.

It’s also great if you are not sure which comfort level you want, because Zenhaven packages both firm and soft into one.

PlushBeds Botanical Bliss is the Best Mattress For You If…

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You want a 100% organic latex mattress that sleeps like a luxury hotel mattress, is very supportive and will last a long time.

NOTEEnter discount code ‘SLPDLV050' when ordering to save an extra $50.

Brooklyn Signature is the Best Mattress For You If…

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You want a budget latex-like foam mattress that supports your back, is comfortable and sleeps cool.

But don't get this one if you want a true organic/green latex sleeper.

Nest Hybrid Latex is the Best Mattress For You If…

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You want a luxurious hybrid innerspring and latex foam mattress that provides excellent pressure relief and stays cool.

It’s also the best choice for big-bodied and overweight persons since the innersprings provide added compression (anti-sagging) support.

How To Buy a Latex Mattress: The Features That Matter

These are the features that matter most when you are shopping for the best latex mattress online.

100% Latex or Latex Hybrid?

100% Latex

There are generally two types of latex mattresses: all-latex and latex hybrids.

An all-latex mattress contains latex foam only, usually a combination of Talalay and Dunlop latex. There is no memory foam, polyfoam or innerspring.

Latex hybrids contain a combination of latex foam (usually in the primary comfort layer) and other types of materials such as memory foam and poly foam. Some latex hybrid mattresses may also contain pocketed coils.

Latex-only mattresses are more expensive with an average starting price for a Queen size being around $1,800.

Latex hybrid mattresses, on the other hand, can cost as low as $800 for the same size.

So if you are on a budget but still want a latex mattress, I recommend a latex hybrid.

Regarding sleeping experience, all latex mattresses tend to be noticeably firmer than memory foam.

They also tend to be more responsive (bouncy). Latex hybrid mattresses contain other foams that reduce the responsiveness of the latex foam.

Other benefits of all-latex mattresses include better cooling, more support, and increased longevity.

You can see why they are more expensive.

But latex hybrid mattresses have their benefits too:

  • Latex hybrids are ideal if you are looking for a softer mattress with more contouring. A latex hybrid mattress with a memory foam pressure relief layer is great for sleepers with back problems.
  • Latex hybrids have less motion transfer. Unlike memory foam, latex doesn’t absorb and transform the energy that goes into it. It reflects it and distributes it across the mattress. On the one hand, this is a good thing because it makes the mattress more bouncy (better for sex); on the other hand, it increases motion transfer. Combining latex foam with other foams reduces motion transfer while still maintaining a good level of responsiveness.

Dunlop vs. Talalay Latex Foam

Latex foam can be manufactured in two different ways: the Dunlop process or the Talalay process. The two processes create latex foams that are distinct from each other in terms of ‘feel,’ texture and overall sleeping experience.

Dunlop latex

Dunlop latex

This is the most common type of latex foam. It’s manufactured using the Dunlop process which goes as far back as 1929.

The manufacturing process is simpler compared to Talalay. Liquid rubber is injected into molds and then baked. It is then washed and heated again to get rid of moisture.

The final result is latex foam that is dense and incredibly resilient.

Dunlop latex feels firmer than Talalay and tends to last longer. That’s why it is used as foundational foam in most mattresses. It can support your weight for years without sagging.

If you are plus size and are looking for a latex mattress, get one with a Dunlop latex base.

On the downside, it can make the mattress too firm. If you are looking for a softer latex mattress, look for one with Talalay latex at the top rather than Dunlop latex.

Talalay latex

Talalay latex

The Talalay process is very similar to Dunlop with a few additional steps designed to create less-dense foam.

The process came about in 1935 and has been since used to manufacture rubber products with precise densities.

First, liquid rubber is added to molds. But the molds are not filled. Air is then completely removed from the mold to create a vacuum. This causes the latex to expand and fill the mold, thus resulting in a lighter and less-dense texture.

The latex is then frozen, and carbon dioxide is forced through it.

This creates airways that give the latex an even lighter feel and texture. The airways greatly improve the cooling performance of the latex foam.

Because there is more airflow, the foam dissipates heat more efficiently.

The final steps – baking, washing, and drying – allow the foam to set with uniform consistency.

The main advantage of Talalay latex is that it feels softer, plusher and generally more comfortable. That’s why it’s often used in the comfort layer.

It’s also better at cooling.

On the downside, it doesn’t last as long as Dunlop latex and is also more expensive.

Which One Is The Best?

If you are buying an all-latex mattress, look for one that uses both types of foam: Talalay latex in the top layer and Dunlop latex in the base.

This ensures you get the best of both foams: the comforting pressure relief and cooling of Talalay and the support and longevity of Dunlop.

Organic or Blended Latex?

Yet another decision to you need to make is whether you want a 100% organic or blended latex mattress.

The terms ‘organic’ and ‘natural’ can be confusing these days as every company tries to promote their product as healthy and environmentally friendly.

Here’s what you need to know:

  • If a latex mattress is labeled ‘natural,’ it does not mean it is 100% natural. There are no legal standards for using that term. Most ‘natural’ latex foam mattresses actually contain a mixture of natural and synthetic materials.
  • If a latex mattress is labelled ‘organic,’ check whether it has the USDA certified organic label. This guarantees that it is 100% organic. Otherwise, the ‘organic’ label doesn’t mean much.

A certified organic latex mattress can easily cost over $2,000 in a store. But you can be sure it is hypoallergenic, chemical-free and better for the environment.   

If you don’t have the budget for a fully natural or organic mattress, there are plenty of blended (synthetic + natural materials) alternatives that are much more affordable (around $800-$1,500 for a Queen size).

Latex Foam Density

The density of a mattress affects how soft or firm it feels. It also determines other factors like support, pressure relief, and durability.

The density of a mattress is expressed in terms of pounds per cubic foot (PCF). This is basically the weight of a one cubic foot section of the foam.

There are generally three levels of density: low density, medium density and high-density mattresses.

For latex mattresses, density ranges between 3.75 PCF for low-density mattresses to 5.93 PCF for high-density mattresses.

Higher-density latex mattresses are firmer and longer lasting. They are ideal if you want a mattress with more support or if you are plus size.

Medium-density mattresses are the best for most people. They are softer but still provide plenty of support and last long as well.

Density vs. ILD

You may also see manufacturers using another term called indentation load deflection or ILD.

This is a more precise measurement of how firm or soft a latex mattress is. It’s determined by measuring how much pressure is needed to depress a portion of the mattress by 25%.

High-density mattresses (usually those containing Dunlop latex) have higher ILD measurements while low and medium density mattresses will have a lower ILD.

Generally, these density and ILD figures all refer to the ‘feel’ of the mattress. Most manufacturers will actually not indicate them, instead preferring to use general terms like soft, medium firm and firm.

Other Features

In addition to the above features, also consider these additional factors when choosing a latex foam mattress.

  • Home trial – does the manufacturer provide a home trial? How long is it? Most trial periods are 100 nights long though some companies give you up to a year to test the mattress.
  • Free returns– almost all online mattresses these days come with free returns. So you can test the mattress without any pressure or worries that you’ll be charged if you don’t like it.
  • Shipping & delivery– latex mattresses tend to be heavy and can be pricey to ship. So make sure the seller offers free shipping. If you want help setting up the mattress, look for those that offer white glove delivery (often for an extra fee).
  • Warranty – latex mattresses generally last longer and the warranty should reflect that. A non-prorated warranty of at least 15 years is ideal. For premium organic latex mattresses, the warranty should cover your mattress for at least 20 years.

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