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The Importance of Knowing If Your Mattress Is Really…
Made In The USA
We strongly feel that the United States has the highest standards for quality and safety, so we therefore want to direct consumers to manufacturers and companies that carry mattresses that are 100% made in the United States, including the foam within the mattress, but we also want to disclose which mattresses use USA made foam or are even just assembled in the USA In cases where just the foam or just the memory foam is made in the USA, we think that it is also very important to see that distinction, as is just the claim of “assembled,” but not “made” in the USA In today’s market place, overseas companies manufacturing some, if not all of their components overseas are even putting claims on their sleep products that actually say Made In The USA, so the only real production for consumers is full supply chain transparency.
Which Mattresses and Beds Are Truly Made In The USA?
According to the Federal Trade Commission, for a product to be called Made in USA, or claimed to be of domestic origin without qualifications or limits on the claim, the product must be “all or virtually all” made in the U.S. All or virtually all” means that all significant parts and processing that go into the product must be of U.S. origin. That is, the product should contain no — or negligible — foreign content. Back in 2012, Relief-Mart, Inc. went through a full audit by a 3rd party organization called “Made In the USA Certified” and proved that their memory foam mattresses such as the Tri-pedic and Tempflow mattresses, as well as pillows were completely made in the USA Since that time, they made decision to save the cost of the certification fees required to maintain the on-going re-certification process by the Made In The USA Certified® organization. However, Relief-Mart, Inc. still maintains the same level of commitment to purchasing all USA components and using USA only labor to manufacture all of our foam mattresses and pillows. Other companies below have made commitments to assemble the mattresses in the USA and only purchase memory foam made in the USA, so that means that other components may not be of USA origin. If you are a company that can show us verification that your mattresses, pillows and sleep products are made in the U.S., feel free tocontact us anytimeand we will include your URL and website in our recommendations.
Mattresses Made In The USA
Selectabed– A part of the Relief-Mart™ corporation, since their 2012 audit by the Made In The USA Certified® organization, they continue to use all USA labor and USA components, including the memory foam and mattress covering.
Tempflow– A part of the Relief-Mart™ corporation, these mattresses were also a part of the 2012 audit by the Made In The USA Certified® organization, they continue to use all USA labor and USA components, including the memory foam and mattress covering.
Snuggle-Pedic– Known for having the highest ratings on Amazon for both their mattress and pillows, Relief-Mart’s best selling pillow and Bed In A Box Brand uses the same manufacturing labor and components were a part of the 2012 audit by the Made In The USA Certified® organization and continue to use all USA labor and USA components, including the memory foam and mattress covering.
Mattresses Listed Below May Not Meet The Made In The USA Criteria, But Have Disclosed that They Assemble Their Mattresses In The USA and Use USA Made Foam
TEMPUR-Pedic®is the original maker of memory foam mattresses. At first, they used foam made in their own plants in Sweden and Denmark – good quality foam (TEMPUR-Pedicbegan as a Swedish company). Now the foam in their mattresses, sold in North America, is made in the USA at their own facilities. Again, this is top quality foam.
Air-Pedicis a Selectabed brand. These adjustable airbeds are assembled in the USA and use 100% USA made foam and covering. Several of the models have memory foam comfort layers.
Casper Mattress, best known as the shaker-upper of mattress marketing, is the company that ignited the mattress-in-a-box trend. Starting out with only one model, it now has three. Each one has memory foam which, like the rest of the materials, is made in the United States.
Layla Sleep, which started in 2015, is a family-owned manufacturer of memory foam mattresses. It’s offices are in Fremont, California, but the mattresses are manufactured in Phoenix, Arizona, which is also the home ofTuft & NeedleandBrooklyn Bedding/DreamFoam Bedding.
Tuft & Needle, based in Phoenix, AZ, is a couple of years older thanCasper SleepandYogabed, the spark-plugs of the current boxed-bed trend. It has neither memory foam nor latex in the top layer, but a latex-like-foam with some memory foam properties. The other layers are polyurethane foam. These foams are made in the USA
Saatva– Their signature model, theClassic Luxury Innerspring, is a hybrid mattress. It has a memory foam comfort layer over a Bonnell coil innerspring. It is ordered online, but not compressed and rolled. They list that all foams are made in the USA
Loom & Leafis a luxury memory foam mattress introduced by Saatva in 2015. Loom & Leaf. As are all Saatva products, including the Loom & Leaf mattress use foam made in the USA
Leesais a 10” high memory foam mattress which was introduced the year after the original Casper Mattress. The design was updated in 2018 with a new material in the top layer. Leesa Sleep has added another model, the Sapira, an 11” hybrid mattress and both use foams that are made in the USA
Amerisleepis a memory foam manufacturer owned by theOne Mall Group, a marketing firm. Their product line has five models, simply named A1, A2, A3, A4 and A5. These are all made in Arizona using USA-made foams.
Helix Sleep, which began not long after Casper Sleep, customizes each mattress for the customer (individual or couple), in sharp contrast to one-for-all brands. Their foam and assembly has been verified as 100% made in the United States.
PlushBedshad an early start (in 2007) as a manufacturer of boxed mattress with direct sales online. Michael Hughes, the owner-founder, aimed to provide environmentally friendly mattresses. The foam is made in the USA and the assembly is performed in Southern California.
Purple Mattressis and is not a foam mattress. The signature material,Purple, was first created for wheelchair seat cushions. It is best described as a honeycomb design made of “food-grade materials.” The lower layers are polyurethane foam. Neither memory foam nor latex, Purple’s firmer material provides give as it laterally displaces when pressure is applied. The gel material is molded in the USA and the mattresses are all assembled in the USA
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Our memory foam mattress reviews cover memory foam mattress companies and their models to help provide a better understanding of the market place.
How Is Memory Foam Made?
Memory Foam Developed by NASA
The very first memory foam material was developed by NASA in the 1970s. Their intention was to try to improve seat cushioning and crash protection for airline pilots and passengers. Memory foam has widespread commercial applications, in addition to the popular mattresses and pillows you are familiar with today.
Anybody who has gone shopping for a bed, a new pillow, or even a new bicycle seat or mouse pad wrist rest in the last two decades will have encountered memory foam. This new material has been applied to a huge range of uses since its introduction to the US in 1991—from revolutionary medical uses to gimmicky new product designs. But what is it, who came up with it, and how does it work?
Though it is a relatively recent phenomenon in the US, memory foam has been around in various forms since the midpoint of the century—the first work on the polyurethane polymers that go into memory foam was actually begun in 1937 by Otto Bayer and his coworkers In 1965 the nursing staff at Lankenau Hospital tested “inert polyurethane porous foam” pads for use as bedding material, and found that they prevented “decubitus ulcers” (also known as pressure ulcers, sustained by patients who spend long amounts of time lying down), and found them to be hypoallergenic and resistant to bacteria (Kraus 1965). In the 1960s, NASA did work on materials that would serve as better cushions, and would also keep astronauts comfortable and protected from the extreme g-forces of lift off. It was then that memory foam as we know it came into being.
Memory Foam vs. Polyurethane Foam
Memory foam starts its life as polyurethane foam—a material first manufactured in the 1950s by adding water, halocarbons, or hydrocarbons to a polyurethane mix. Depending on the chemicals added and the way it is processed, polyurethane can form anything from car parts to spray liner, or in this case, one of the most comfortable sleeping surfaces the world has ever seen.
In the modern production of memory foam, a polyol is mixed with a diisocyanate and water. The foam rises like bread, with an open cell structure that helps give it its unique ability to spring back slowly from pressure. The introduction of gases into the initial solution creates a bubble matrix; vary the application of chemicals, and the size of the bubbles changes. A more open cell structure will have more give, and allow more airflow through the material.
Memory Foam Firmness
The firmness of memory foam is rated by the IFD (Indention Force Deflection), also known as ILD (Indentation Load Deflection) measuring the force in pounds required to make a 25% indentation in a 4 inch thick foam square. Also important in measuring the “softness” of a foam is the density. Foam densities range from 1-7 lbs, but a good-quality foam will usually be at least 4 and usually 5 lbs. A foam with a high density, but low ILD may still feel firm when compressed, especially in a lower room temperature. The density together with the IFD/ILD and the resilience will determine the softness, firmness, and life-span of the foam. Foam that is lower density will more readily conform to pressure, whereas higher density foam (usually 5-lb. or above) molds itself to contours when warmed by body heat.
Major production of memory foam did not begin until NASA released it into the public domain in the 1980s.Fagerdala World Foamstook up the challenge of producing this somewhat difficult product, and in 1991 produced the “Tempur-Pedic Swedish Mattress.” Today numerous companies around the world produce visco-elastic memory foam, which gives consumers increased variety and price range. Unfortunately, it also increases the risk of purchasing cheaply-made foams that may deteriorate over time. Not all memory foam is made equal, as many of the overseas manufacturers work at reducing the cost of memory foam by adding in other “filler” type ingredients that reduce the quality and potentially add toxicity to the formulation. The real problem with overseas foam is the lack of quality standards that have been created in the United States.
How Latex and Memory Foam Mattresses Are Made
There are a couple of reasons why you might be interested to read what I have on this section of my website. The first is that you have a natural curiosity about how the products you buy are made, and considering you’ll be spending up to one third of your life on a mattress, I can’t blame you for wanting to know.
The second reason might be because you’re concerned over how eco-friendly a mattress is, and again, I can’t blame you. After all, we’re constantly told how we should treat our planet better and the dangers that certain materials can pose to our health.
So, no matter what the reason I thought it would be a good idea to let you know how latex and foam mattresses are made. Of course, if you’re familiar with latex you may think this is the most natural substance a mattress can be made from, and you would be right since the raw material is drawn directly from the rubber tree.
However, if you are erring on the side of a latex mattress do be careful of the actual amount it contains because manufacturers use three different forms: 100% natural, 85% natural and 15% synthetic and finally 20% natural and 80% synthetic. Of course, the more natural a latex mattress is the more expensive it will be.
In respect of memory foam mattresses, the materials used are synthetic and this is one of the reasons why I come across so many complaints about the “outgas” odor many of them give off when they’re brand new. Whilst this can be a little worrying, if you’re careful to look for the CertiPUR-US certificate this will guarantee that your mattress is gentle on the environment and isn’t bad for your health.
If you’re interested in finding out about the whole process, why not have a little peek at the short video I have included below?
Memory Foam: Pros and Cons
Considering a memory foam mattress or similar product? Read what sleep experts say about it.
Few things feel as good as a good night’s sleep. That’s especially true if sleep seems to escape you, night after night after night.
If you’ve heard about memory foam, you may wonder if it could improve the quality ofyoursleep. Some people swear by it. Others are less enthusiastic.
What exactly is memory foam? And what are its pros and cons? Here’s information to help you decide whether memory foam is worth a try.
What Is Memory Foam?
First designed in the mid-1960s for NASA airplane seats, memory foam is made from a substance called viscoelastic. It is both highly energy absorbent and soft.
Memory foam molds to the body in response to heat and pressure, evenly distributing body weight. It then returns to its original shape once you remove the pressure.
In addition to protecting against impact, these properties make memory foam very comfortable. After its "virgin flight" for NASA, memory foam made a foray into other applications. For example, it was used as cushioning in helmets and shoes. Medicine found a use for it in prosthetics and products to prevent pressure ulcers such as seating pads for people who are severely disabled.
Then, memory foam really took off. It’s now well known for its use in pillows, mattress pads, and mattresses, which come in different densities and depths.
What Are the Benefits of Memory Foam?
Could the special properties of memory foam enhance your sleep? Sleep specialist Donna L. Arand, PhD, says that objective studies supporting the claimed benefits of memory foam — or the effects of any particular type of sleeping surface — are lacking.
This is true for a variety of reasons, she says. This type of sleep study can be expensive, if conducted independently. Or it is "chased" by a shadow of bias, if supported by industry.
Also, some sleep technology, such as memory foam, is relatively new, so it hasn’t been well studied. But perhaps one of the more difficult stumbling blocks to testing the health benefits of mattresses such as memory foam is the subjective nature of sleep. It is simply difficult to measure.
Sometimes the brain’s electrical activity, measured with an electroencephalogram (EEG), and other findings recorded during a sleep test don’t always match up perfectly with a person’s subjective experience, says Arand, who is the clinical director of the Kettering Sleep Disorders Center in Dayton, Ohio. "They might say, вЂI had a great night’s sleep,’ but the EEG parameters might not really indicate that."
Sleep is not only subjective, but preferences for sleep surfaces are individual, Arand says. "There’s quite a bit of variability between individuals in terms of what type of surface — whether it’s firm, hard, or soft — they prefer when they’re sleeping," she says. "As far as we know, there is no rhyme or reason for that."
Many of Arand’s patients who use memory foam have offered unsolicited glowing reports like these about memory foam: "I’m sleeping great." "Best sleep I’ve ever had." "I love going to bed at night." Arand says these anecdotal responses may be one-sided. That’s because she and other staff don’t ask all their patients about their sleep surfaces. "We may only be hearing the good stuff," Arand says.
Kathy R. Gromer, MD, sleep specialist with the Minnesota Sleep Institute in Minneapolis, agrees that memory foam may improve sleep. "It can, if it relieves painful pressure points," she says. But Gromer adds that memory foam doesn’t do anything for sleep apnea or other sleep-breathing disorders — and sleep disorders are the primary complaint of most her patients.
"When you lie on the memory foam, the heat from your body softens it in appropriate points," Arand says, "so this helps to support your body along the curves and natural lines of the body." Memory foam manufacturers claim this helps relieve pain and thereby promotes more restful sleep. And, though consumers often believe that very firm mattresses are best, more "giving" mattresses like these may lead to better sleep in people with back pain, according to the National Sleep Foundation.
Although there aren’t scientific data to support the hypothesis, Arand wonders whether memory foam sleep surfaces might be especially helpful for older people. For them, minimizing extra movement could reduce the number of times they awaken during the night. Being less aware of a bed partner’s movements might be an extra benefit, she adds. "Without the coiled springs, you feel your sleep partner’s movement less, and that might help, too."
What Are the Disadvantages of Memory Foam?
Gromer says that memory foam products may retain body heat, which could make them less comfortable in warm weather. However, Arand has not heard this complaint from her patients. "In our culture, most people can adjust their thermostats or blankets for the appropriate season," Arand says.
When new, memory foam can produce an odd chemical smell — a phenomenon called offgassing. To minimize this problem, the Sleep Products Safety Council, a sleep products trade group, recommends airing out the mattress or pad for at least 24 hours before putting sheets on it. "If you follow directions, the smell dissipates quickly," Arand says, "But I’ve never heard of anyone having reactions to it."
Are Memory Foam Products Safe for Young Children?
"I would strongly recommend avoiding this and similar very soft materials for use in infants’ beds," Gromer says. "That’s because soft bedding traps [carbon dioxide] and increases the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) deaths."
NASA Scientific and Technical Information: "Forty-Year-Old Foam Springs Back With Newer Benefits."
Donna L. Arand, PhD, clinical director, Kettering Medical Sleep Disorders Center, Dayton, Ohio; research associate professor, Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine.
Kathy R. Gromer, MD, sleep specialist, Minnesota Sleep Institute; medical director, Respiratory Care Program, Saint Paul Technical College.
National Sleep Foundation: "Buying the Right Mattress for You."
Sleep Products Safety Council: "Mattress Odors" and "Sudden Infant Death Syndrome."
Buying a Mattress Made in USA: The Ultimate Source List
Is buying a mattress on your list of things to do this year? A good mattress is an investment in your comfort and health, but it is also a good opportunity to buy American from a company you can trust. There are a surprising number of options. Don’t miss this list of American made mattresses to get you started on your search for the perfect one!
Don’t miss our source lists for American made bedding and made in USA organic bedding.
Buying a Mattress Made in USA
Aslan: 365 Night Trail, Infinite Warranty
Aslanis the only mattress company that offers a full 365 night trial with free returns on a product that is 100% made in the USA. They also offer an Infinite Warranty and will match other mattress warranties. Aslan medium-firm mattresses are made of 3 layers of state of the art CertiPUR-US Foam and offer ideal comfort and support for all body types. The top layer is made of beaded GEL Memory Foam, which provides temperature regulation and helps keep the body cool. Aslan mattresses also have great edge support, and are Zero Off-Gassing.Save 10% on Aslan mattress and pillow orders with promo code USALOVE.
BedInABox.com: The Original Mattress in a Box
For 12 yearsBedInABox.comhas been offering affordable luxury mattresses online. It is the oldest direct sale mattress company in the business. All BedInABox is the only box mattress company that manufactures it’s own foam cores in the USA and they are CertiPur-US® certified. Choose from mattresses for every sleep style and budget. BedInABox.com offers 120-night sleep trial. You pay nothing if you are not satisfied with a money back guarantee, just contact our onsite customer service center. Every mattress is covered with a 20 year warranty as BedInABox stands behind all products with an exceptional warranty. Get your new BedInABox mattress in only 2-5 days in the contiguous US as it is shipped right from the facility where every product is inspected for quality. Free shipping on all orders!15% off all BedinaBox.com orders (and an additional $25 off the Azul and Tranquillium mattresses) with discount code USALOVE through March 6, 2020. Valid on all Queen Size Mattresses and higher, with the exception of the PacBed Lite Mattress.
CRāVE: Luxury Foam and Spring Hybrid Mattresses
The CRāVE team knows that one mattress does NOT fit all which is whyCRāVEoffers four mattress styles to choose from. Two of CRāVE mattress styles are foam and spring hybrid mattresses- mattresses that provide comfort and support equal to traditional luxury spring mattresses, but at a lower price.CRāVE mattresses are Eco-friendly. All foams used are CertiPur-US® certified. Made in North Carolina, all materials used in CRāVE mattresses are sourced with in a 200 mile radius, reducing their carbon footprint. Receive the good night’s sleep you crave on an affordable, Eco-friendly, luxury mattress. CRāVE mattress offers free shipping too!
My Green Mattress: Non-Toxic Mattresses
My Green Mattressnon toxic mattresses are handcrafted in Illinois. All My Green Mattress mattresses are GREENGUARD Gold Certified, which considers safety factors for individuals with sensitivities and allergies. Instead of chemical laden flame retardants, My Green Mattress uses American Eco Wool as a natural flame barrier on it’s mattresses. The wool is sourced from California and Oregon. For its latex mattresses, My Green Mattress uses 100% GOLS (Global Organic Latex Standard) Certified Organic Dunlap latex. Dunlap latex is made from the sap of the rubber tree. My Green Mattress even offers a 100 night sleep trial.MyGreenMattresss discount code USALOVE saves you $125 off.
Factory Direct Mattresses
Did you know that you can get high-quality mattresses sent right to your door? I honestly had no clue until I started doing research for this list! Purchasing a mattress from an online-only retailer usually means that the mattress comes to you directly from the factory. This lowers the cost of the mattress by cutting out retail store costs. To make shipping easier, these mattresses come rolled up in an easy to handle box. I have to admit, I was a little wary about purchasing a mattress this way.
BearMattresssent me a twin size mattress to review. BearMattress gel memory foam mattresses are uniquely designed for optimal cooling, comfort, and healing. The mattress arrived right to my door via UPS.
The box was easy for me to move without the need of another person and contained easy to follow directions on how to remove the mattress. With the help of my kiddos, we removed the mattress from the box, followed the directions, and had the mattress ready to use in no time. Once we unrolled it, there was no evidence at all that the mattress had previously been rolled up.
BearMattress was specifically designed for those with an active lifestyle as it’s engineered with four layers of foam to promote healing, cooling and to increase energy levels. Active, I am not, so this review is limited on that aspect. However, the day that the mattress arrived I had been on a hike with the hubby that included going up and down a large hill which normally would have resulted in sore muscles the next day. Coincidence or not, after sleeping on the BearMattress that night (and having a great night’s sleep), I did not have a spot of soreness.
My daughter is the one who has been sleeping on the mattress since. She is the person in the family who is always hot, and she would often wake up during the night from being too hot (even in the winter). This has not been happening since she has had this mattress. For our first online mattress experience, BearMattress has set the bar high!
Buying a Mattress Made in USA: Ultimate Source List
Many of the companies on this list are online only stores. This list is always growing, so check back often. If you have a favorite American made mattress company that you don’t see on our list, let us know in the comments and we will add it.
- 4Sleepoffers luxury foam mattresses.
- Agilityhybrid mattress was designed with moms in mind.
- Ameena Mattressare factory direct and manufactured in Georgia (the covers are made in North Carolina) from CertiPur-US certified memory foam.
- Amerisleepis a maker of natural memory foam mattresses.
- Amore Bedsmattresses are available with organic cotton fabric, split mattress firmness. Also available: 2 sided flippable mattresses and coil hybrid mattresses.
- AslanGEL infused memory foam Certi-pure USA certified mattresses are made in the USA and come with a 365 Night Trial.Learn more about Aslan mattresses at the top of this post.
- Avocadomattresses are made with natural and organic materials in California.
- BearMattressmemory gel foam mattresses are specifically designed for athletes and those with active lifestyles. See review above.
- BedinABox.comis an online retailer and manufacturer of memory foam mattresses, located in Tennessee. The Serenity mattress is pictured below.Learn more about this made in USA Mattress company at the top of this post.15% off all BedinaBox.com orders (and an additional $25 off the Azul and Tranquillium mattresses) with discount code USALOVE through March 6, 2020. Valid on all Queen Size Mattresses and higher, with the exception of the PacBed Lite Mattress.
- Brentwood Homememory foam, latex, spring, and foundation mattresses (quilts, pillows and pet beds too) are made in California.
- Brooklyn Beddingfactory direct mattresses, pillows and sheets are made in Arizona.
- Caspermattresses, pillows and sheets are made in the USA and factory-direct.
- Cocoon by Sealymattresses are assembled in the USA.
- Colgatemanufactures crib, changing table, and bassinet mattresses.
- Cozy Puremanufactures organic pillows, sheets, blankets, and toppers in Norfolk, Virginia.
- CRāVE Mattressfoam and innerspring mattresses are Eco-friendly and made in North Carolina.Learn more about CRāVE Mattress at the top of this article.
- Create A Mattressmanufactures made to order memory foam, latex, futon, and pillow-top mattresses in the USA.
- Diamond Mattressbrands includeRallyand Diamond. Diamond Mattress has been making mattresses in the USA since 1946.
- Dromma BedEco-friendly mattresses are made in the USA from natural materials.
- Easy Restadjustable mattresses are made in the USA.
- Eco Terrahybrid mattresses are made in California from 100% talalay latex and have fabric encased coils.
- Elementfactory-direct memory foam mattresses are 100% American made.
- eLuxuryis an online retailer of bedding products. Not all products are American made, but they have a selection of pillows, mattresses, and toppers that are.
- Envi3 layered mattresses are made in Portland.
- Everlaymattresses, pillows, and even pet beds are made in California.
- Freedom Sleepmattresses are affordable and American made
- GhostBedGel memory foam and latex mattresses by Nature’s Sleep. Foundation/box spring also made in USA.
- Helixpersonalized mattresses are made to order.
- HIBRmanufactures cooling memory foam mattress, made in America.
- Hyphenmattress is designed for a cool, clean, supportive sleep.
- Kiss Mattressmemory foam and latex mattresses are made in USA.
- Leesafoam mattresses for everybody. For every 10 mattresses sold Leesa donates one mattress to a shelter.
- Lilybedmattress is designed for women, made in Vermont
- Loom & Leafby Saatva. These ultra–luxury mattresses are made from a plant-based foam
- Luxiis a luxury foam mattress that adapts to your body’s needs
- Memobedluxury hybrid copper infused mattress, made in California
- My Green Mattressnon-toxic mattresses are handcrafted in Illinois. The Hope latex mattress pictured below is made from certified organic Dunlap latex, made from the sap of the rubber tree.Learn more about My Green Mattress at the top of this post.MyGreenMattresss discount code USALOVE saves you $125 off.
- MyPillowmakes a mattress too- 10″ and 4 layers.
- Nest Beddingsells American made organic mattresses, sheets, pillows, blankets, and comforters.
- Newtonbreathable crib mattresses are made in Tennessee.
- NolahEvery part of the mail order Nolah foam mattress is made in the USA in one of their 8 factories.
- Novosbeddesigner luxury memory foam mattresses are made in Pennsylvania.
- Pacific Mattress Co.float foam mattresses are made in California.
- PangeaBedmanufactures copper infused Talalay latex mattresses.
- PerformaSleepmattresses are handcrafted in the USA. The foam is made in Georgia and the covering materials in South Carolina.
- Plushbedsflagship product is the Botanical Bliss American made organic latex mattress – a custom-made, hand-crafted, adjustable firmness model with a 25-year warranty. PlushBeds offers free shipping and a completely risk-free money-back guarantee.
- Puffyfoam mattresses are American made.
- PuraSleepmemory foam mattress and pillows are American made.
- Purpleoffers no pressure mattresses, made in USA.
- Quilbedmanufactures gel memory mattresses.
- Real Sleep by Real Simplemattresses are 100% made and designed in the USA
- Saatvais the only online mattress brand that manufactures and sells ultra-premium innerspring mattresses.
- Sertamattresses are available in 7 sizes from crib to Cal King. Serta has 24 factories throughout the USA.
- Spoonmattresses are memory foam.
- Spindlenatural latex mattresses are made in Massachusetts.
- Stumptown Mattressmattresses are affordable and made in the pacific northwest.
- Summerfieldmade in New York and developed by the owners of the mattress store Craig’s Bed.
- Sure2Sleepoffers plush gel memory foam mattresses
- Tangomattresses are 2 sided- plush on one side, firm on the other
- tulomattresses are available in multiple firmnesses and can be purchased in store AND online.
- Tuft & NeedleAdaptive Foam mattresses are made in California from materials sourced throughout the USA.
- Warrior Bed Companymanufactutures Certipur-US memory foam and gel mattresses in Mississippi.
- WinkBedshybrid premium mattress, made in USA
- Yoga Bedluxury gel memory foam mattresses
- ZenBedGEL infused hybrid memory foam mattress are American made
- Zenhavenby Saatva affordable luxury natural latex mattresses made in USA with organic cotton and wool.
- Zottooffers hybrid foam mattress and mattress topper.
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