The Sleep Republic mattress has a standard hybrid construction. Two layers of foam sit on top of a deep pocket spring base. Together, these create a supportive hug that helps you sleep through the night. Below, we share what this means for firmness, durability, and weight.
At first touch, this mattress is soft with a luxurious give. The comfortable feel is from two layers—a gel-infused memory foam and a latex. First comes the memory foam. This material is notoriously firm, but mixing it with gel beads makes it more responsive. Customer say it feels like melting into the mattress. Next is the layer of natural latex that acts as a transition between the comfortable foam and supportive springs. Naturally bouncy, latex absorbs pressure and is better at distributing pressure. Underneath the latex is the pocket spring base. These springs are individually wrapped in fabric to decrease motion transfer and prevent noise. Unlike outdated spring mattresses, these springs are smaller and stronger to help with contour. The Queen size has 1,850 springs—that’s almost twice as many as hybrid and spring competitors.
Keeping these layers in place is a soft, sturdy cover. The top material is a silky, yet durable, cashmere fabric. This natural material is comfortable but tough enough to prevent tears. Wrapping the sides of the mattress is a 3D spacer fabric. Featuring a wave stitch pattern, the design and fabric allow air to circulate through the layers
Close up of the Sommuto mattresses Tempright stretchy knit fabric cover — @sommuto