Plain and simple comfort. Pocketed coils reduce motion transfer and provide contouring support while plush foam provides comfort and pressure relief.
The Mesa Verde
The Mesa Verde
Our Mesa Verde is very popular for anyone looking for a medium-firm night’s sleep. Great support from Individually-pocketed coil and foam quilt comfort layers. Most popular with stomach and back sleepers.
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$550.00 – $950.00
The Biscayne mattress offers an incredible amount of comfort and support in a simple, refined mattress that has everything you need, and nothing you don’t. Efficiently designed for a perfectly soft yet supportive sleeping experience, this bed is constructed with pocketed coils and generous foam layers for optimum comfort. Great for side, back and stomach sleepers.
$600.00 – $1,050.00
You can’t get much further away from the rush of our everyday lives than Acadia National Park: that’s the haven we were thinking of when designing this remarkably comfortable mattress. Pocketed coils and a soft foam quilt provide comfort, pressure relief, and incredible contouring support for those who prefer a softer mattress.
$700.00 – $1,100.00
classic SPEC COMPARISON CHART
|The Mesa Verde||The Biscayne||The Acadia|
|Outer Layer||Stretch-knit fiber||1 inch Certi-pur 1.8 lb HD foam over 2 inches of Certi-pur firm foam||1 inch Certi-pur 1.8 lb HD foam over 2 inches of Certi-pur firm foam|
|Comfort Layer||1″ firm pad, one 1/2″ layer of firm foam, one layer of soft foam, and one 1″ layer of SS foam|
|Support Layer||6 inch 660 pocketed coil||6 inch 660 pocketed coil||1057 8 inch individually pocketed coils with quantum edge|
|Great For||Back Sleeper, Side Sleeper||Back Sleeper, Side Sleeper, Stomach Sleeper||Back Sleeper, Side Sleeper|
We guarantee our beds won't sag for 15 years or we’ll pick it up and replace it with a new one.
WHAT A MATTRESS SHOULD DO FOR YOU
It should conform to the unique shape of your body, allowing you to comfortably settle into the softer materials, but keeping your spine in a straight line while you sleep.
It should distribute your body weight evenly to provide pressure relief in areas that can ache or be sore at the end of the day—specifically your hips and shoulders.
Respond to Motion
It should allow you to move around freely and with minimal effort. Especially important, if you sleep with a partner, you should be able to move freely without disturbing them.
It should help you maintain a neutral body temperature throughout the night by regulating airflow and wicking moisture.