This highly durable foam is constructed with ventilation chambers for a more breathable sleep environment, keeping sleepers cool and comfortable through the night. Latex foam is synonymous with a superior “push back” support and quick recovery, as it gently suspends the head and shoulders during sleep, never allowing the sleeper to bottom out.
VISCOSE MEMORY FOAM
This foam was originated by NASA to support the astronauts in transit because it offers little resistance with optimal contouring support. This slow recovery formula has been adapted for the consumer market, offering similar qualities and comfort levels to help relieve pressure points.
This foam is the basic formulation for foam bedding products, offering a firmer support than viscose. Polyurethane foams have a slightly different recipe additive than viscose foam, and they are generally a more economical offering in the market. Most polyurethane foam has a convoluted or design cut, allowing the foam to mimic the softer flexibility of viscose.
In fusing two types of foam densities we are able to offer the consumer a reversible-style foam topper that can be flipped to one side or the other depending on the desired level of support. Considered to be the best of both offerings, one side offers a soft contouring support with a firm base layer, while the other side offers a firmer initial support with a flexible base layer. Fusion foam offerings can be seen in straight/slab cut or combinations of design/convolute cut and straight/slab cut.