What is the Noa mattress made from?
Like all hybrid designs, the Noa is made from three primary layers. What makes this mattress different is the order of the layers and the materials used. Below, we share how this affects weight, thickness, firmness, and feel.
Starting from the upper layer, the Noa begins with a layer of natural latex foam. This material is made from rubber trees and has an organic bouncy quality. It’s more eco-friendly materials than synthetic latex and is naturally hypoallergenic. If that’s not enough to love, this comforting fabric also does a great job of keeping you cool throughout the night. Plus, Noa uses only OEKO TEK certified latex meaning it’s free of heavy metals, pesticides, and chlorinated phenols.
Underneath the latex, it has an internal layer of the gel-infused memory foam layer. Like all memory foam, this layer is less responsive and provides pressure relief by cradling your body. The layer of gel is meant to prevent heat from building up, and several sleepers have noted the Noa doesn’t sleep too warm. You can sleep soundly knowing the memory foam layer is REACH certified a European certification that ensures chemicals and materials are being used safely.
Next comes a base layer of the thin transitional foam layer, which helps sleepers ease into the pocket steel springs support. The coils are individually wrapped to lessen motion transfer and noise. Since pocket springs are smaller than traditional spring coils, they offer targeted support for sleepers, making Noa a comfortable mattress.
Covering these layers is a breathable Tencel fabric cover. This unique material is made from wood cellulose, which makes it easy to produce and sustainable to create. It has a naturally silky feeling and adds a layer of comfort even underneath sheets. The side panels of the Noa use a firmer fabric, so it’s easier to move and less likely to tear.
Couple unpacking Noa mattress — @noasleep