Sleep Foundation (SleepFoundation.org) is a prominent voice in the world of sleep science and health for almost 30 years and counting. Their dedicated panel of sleep researchers, medical professionals, and technical editors work tirelessly in their pursuit of bringing unbiased research into the public domain so consumers can make informed decisions on their sleep health.
Our Airfoam™ 10” Original mattress has been awarded a Top Pick in the category of Best Mattress for Hip Pain from SleepFoundation.org. Needless to say, we’re thrilled and incredibly humbled that such a distinguished voice in the world of sleep science and health has recognized one of our mattresses as a worthy consumer choice.
Here’s what they had to say:
‘The Nolah Original takes advantage of the company’s specialty AirFoam to offer customers a mattress with a well-rounded performance that effectively cushions the hips and midsection.
The Nolah Original is 10 inches tall, and the top layer utilizes Nolah AirFoam. This polyfoam material is crafted to have a feel that blends the best of both memory foam and latex. It offers notable conforming, allowing the mattress to give extra comfort at the hips for people who sleep on their side.
At the same time, the AirFoam is responsive and keeps you from feeling stuck in the mattress. It doesn’t retain as much heat as memory foam, and it is able to isolate most motion to minimize nighttime disruptions from a partner getting into or out of bed.
Beneath the AirFoam is a one-inch layer of transition polyfoam and then a support core of seven inches of high-density polyfoam. The three total layers of foam combine to give the Nolah Original a Medium feel that has considerable appeal for many side sleepers and most people under 130 pounds.
Nolah offers a 120-night sleep trial, so you have plenty of time to try it out at home. The mattress comes with a 15-year warranty. In addition, for every mattress sold, Nolah makes a donation to Defenders of Wildlife, a non-profit organization that protects plants and animals.’