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On a mission to create “tomorrow’s mattress,” the founders of Nolah decided to ditch the standbys of yore (namely memory foam & latex) and develop a new substance that would best them both. Their solution? The Nolah AirFoam™, a material that mimics the body contouring principles of memory foam, but promises to do so without overheating.
In this review, we’ll explore how this proprietary foam feels to see if it makes for a comfortable mattress. We’ll also test the bed for firmness, pressure relief, bounce, and motion transfer, so you’ll know 100% without a doubt if it’s the mattress for you!
Nolah considers itself a “sleep technology” company that is looking to improve upon the more common materials used in bed-in-a-box mattresses. They use Nolah AirFoam™ in place of memory foam and a high-resilience foam as a substitute for latex. In addition to the Original Nolah we’re looking at here, the brand also sells the Nolah Signature (a luxury mattress we’ll discuss later on) as well as adjustable bases, pillows, and mattress protectors.
Now that we see what the company behind the mattress is made of, let’s dig right into the Nolah mattress to see what makes it tick.
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