Layers of foam and latex make up the Hugo. Below, we look at how the construction and materials contribute to its support, comfort, firmness, and weight.
When sleeping on a Hugo, the first latex layer offers comfort and pressure relief. It gives the mattress bounce and helps keeps you cool. Latex is breathable, naturally antimicrobial, and hypoallergenic, so you don’t have to worry about a sweaty night. A handful of foam mattresses in our index use latex for comfort, but Hugo puts it on top for maximum cooling and comfort. Next comes the memory foam layer. This material contours to your body—giving support where needed. It compresses to maintain a softness, and is great for deep compression relief.
Underneath the memory foam is a transitional foam. It’s made to disperse weight and help your body adjust to the dense base layer. Often, memory foam mattresses exclude this layer. However, it’s key to achieving Hugo’s balanced feeling. The last layer is a high-density foam that serves as the mattress’ foundation. It’s rock solid feel is essential for maintaining shape and making the mattress durable.
Protecting the Hugo is a two-tone cover. The top is a stretchy white rayon/polyester fabric that wraps over the sides. A smart design move that prevents uncomfortable edges. The rest of the side fabric is a sturdy gray polyester made to withstand wear and tear.
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