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Nest Bedding All Latex Mattress Review

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OVERVIEW

Nest Bedding started out in 2011 and made a name for itself as one of the pioneers of the mattress in a box industry. Today, Nest Bedding sells pillows, sheets, blankets, bed frames, sleep apparel, and more.

Its mattress line includes seven models. All-foam options include the Quail and the child-friendly Puffin. Hybrid models include the Sparrow, the Owl, and the Certified Organic Hybrid Latex. The Nest Bedding All Latex Mattress is the company’s only all-latex model.

The Nest Bedding All Latex Mattress comes in two distinct options: the Finch – previously known as the Natural All Latex Mattress – and the Organic All Latex Mattress. The Finch uses an organic cotton cover quilted with polyfoam followed by two layers of Dunlop latex, while the Organic All Latex Mattress uses a Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS)-certified organic cotton cover quilted with GOTS-certified organic wool batting paired with two layers of Global Organic Latex Standard (GOLS)-certified organic Dunlop latex.

Both versions of the bed come in two firmness options: Medium and Firm. The Medium version rates around 5 on the 10-point firmness scale, while the Firm option comes in at 7.

This review will go over the Nest Bedding All Latex Mattress’s construction and performance in-depth, including detailing variations in the two models and their firmness options. We’ll also detail the mattress’s pricing, customer reviews, and company policies.

Price Range

$1,699 - $2,699
Mattress Type

Latex
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Ideal for:

  • Individuals who prefer natural materials
  • People who prefer sleeping “on” a bed to sleeping “in” a bed
  • Sleepers who tend to run hot
  • Those who want a more durable mattress

Considerations:

  • People who prefer close conforming may not like the floating sensation of latex
  • The mattress is relatively heavy, so it may be difficult for some to move it
  • The higher price-point of latex may not suit shoppers on a budget
RATINGS SUMMARY
Motion Isolation
Ease of Movement
Temperature Control
Sex
Pressure Relief
Off-Gassing
Edge Support

Mattress Performance

Motion Isolation

Medium: 3/5, Firm: 2/5

Because of its thick quilted cover, the Nest Bedding All Latex Mattress may transfer less motion than some other latex models on the market. The Finch uses 1.5 inches of polyfoam in its cover, while the Organic All Latex Mattress uses wool batting. Both versions dampen motion to limit the spread of vibrations across the surface of the bed. This can promote a more restful night’s sleep for people who tend to wake up when their partner moves around on the bed.

The Medium version of the mattress is going to isolate motion to a more significant extent than the Firm version due to its softer comfort layer.

Pressure Relief

Medium: 4/5, Firm: 3/5

Compared to other latex models, the Nest Bedding All Latex Mattress has strong pressure relief. Both the Finch and the Organic All Latex Mattress have quilted covers, which give surface-level cushioning for a sleeper’s pressure points. The latex comfort layer adjusts to the sleeper’s shape to relieve pressure from areas that put more force on the mattress, like the hips and shoulders.

Because the Medium version of the mattress has more give, it may be a bit better at relieving pressure than the Firm version. However, which model has the best blend of support and pressure relief is also influenced by the sleeper’s weight. Those who weigh under 230 pounds may get more pressure relief from the Medium option, while those who weigh over 230 pounds will likely prefer the added support of the Firm version.

Temperature Control

Medium: 4/5, Firm: 4/5

Like many latex mattresses, the Nest Bedding All Latex Mattress excels when it comes to temperature control. Latex has an open-cell structure, which allows for more cooling airflow than most synthetic foams.

The Finch and the Organic All Latex Mattress both use natural Dunlop latex, which tends to be quite breathable. They also both have cotton covers that allow air into the mattress. The Organic All Latex Mattress adds additional temperature regulation with a layer of moisture-wicking wool batting.

Both the Medium and Firm options of the Nest Bedding All Latex Mattress should sleep cool enough to satisfy most individuals. However, those who are particularly prone to overheating may prefer the Firm. Since sleepers do not sink in as deeply on the Firm model, air can circulate more freely around their body to allow heat to dissipate.

Edge Support

Medium: 3/5, Firm: 4/5

The Nest Bedding All Latex Mattress has edges that are similarly supportive to most other latex mattresses. While the edges are not reinforced, the firm latex of the mattress core limits sinkage. Most individuals should feel well supported when sitting or sleeping near the mattress perimeter. The Firm version’s edges will feel even more secure due to its firmer comfort layer.

Ease of Movement

The ease of movement on the Nest Bedding All Latex Mattress is comparable to that of many latex models. While latex contours to the sleeper’s body, it has a springy, buoyant feel. The material regains its shape more quickly than most synthetic foams, so it shouldn’t be difficult for most individuals to change position on the bed.

Latex also spreads out any compression over a wider area. As a result, sleepers are likely to feel like they’re sleeping “on” the mattress rather than “in” the mattress, further adding to the ease of movement. Both firmness options rate similarly in this category.

Sex

Because of their natural bounce, many couples enjoy latex mattresses for sex. The Nest Bedding All Latex Mattress has a similar springiness to other latex models. Additionally, the contouring of the comfort layer and the quilted cover can provide some traction. Since it does not contain springs, the Nest Bedding All Latex Mattress is also virtually silent, making it discreet.

Off-Gassing

Any mattress may have an initial odor, but latex models tend to off-gas less than synthetic foam models. The Nest Bedding All Latex Mattress’s off-gassing odors are likely to be less pronounced than many similarly constructed models because Nest Bedding lets its latex off-gas at the factory before the mattress ships.

That being said, if the initial odor bothers you, you can leave the mattress in a separate room with good air circulation until the bed airs out. This process typically takes somewhere between a few hours and a few days.

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Sleeping Style and Body Weight

Nest Bedding All Latex Mattress – Medium

Sleeper Type Under 130 lbs 130-230 lbs Above 230 lbs
Side Sleepers
Back Sleepers
Stomach Sleepers

Side Sleepers

Under 130 lbs
130-230 lbs
Above 230 lbs

Back Sleepers

Under 130 lbs
130-230 lbs
Above 230 lbs

Stomach Sleepers

Under 130 lbs
130-230 lbs
Above 230 lbs

Nest Bedding All Latex Mattress – Firm

Sleeper Type Under 130 lbs 130-230 lbs Above 230 lbs
Side Sleepers
Back Sleepers
Stomach Sleepers

Side Sleepers

Under 130 lbs
130-230 lbs
Above 230 lbs

Back Sleepers

Under 130 lbs
130-230 lbs
Above 230 lbs

Stomach Sleepers

Under 130 lbs
130-230 lbs
Above 230 lbs

Side Sleepers:
The Nest Bedding All Latex Mattress combines cushioning and contouring, which can help relieve the sharp pressure points that often occur as a result of side sleeping. A layer of polyfoam quilted into the cover of the Finch cushions the surface, while wool batting in the Organic All Latex Mattress does the same. Deeper contouring comes from the 3-inch comfort layer of Dunlop latex. This contouring spreads out the sleeper’s weight to help take pressure off of their hips and shoulders.

Depending largely on the individual’s weight, either the Medium or Firm version of the Nest Bedding All Latex Mattress may be appropriate for side sleeping. Sleepers who weigh less than 230 pounds will likely prefer the Medium version, though those who weigh under 130 pounds could experience some slight pressure buildup. Side sleepers who weigh over 230 pounds will likely get a better blend of support and cradling from the Firm version of the mattress.

Back Sleepers:
Back sleepers usually need even support to prevent their hips from sagging in and putting their spine out of alignment. The Nest Bedding All Latex Mattress’s responsive Dunlop latex cradles the hips while limiting sinkage to support a back sleeper’s natural spinal curvature. Cushioning from its quilted cover also adds a touch of softness that many back sleepers may find comfortable.

As the sleeper’s weight influences how much they sink into the mattress, it also plays a role in which firmness is best for back sleepers. Those who weigh under 230 pounds will likely get the support they need from the Medium version of the mattress. However, back sleepers who weigh over 230 pounds may prefer the Firm option to prevent their hips from drooping into the mattress.

Stomach Sleepers:
Since most people carry the bulk of their weight around their midsections, sleeping on the stomach frequently leads to sagging into the bed that puts a strain on the spine. The Nest Bedding All Latex Mattress’s Dunlop latex comfort layer does not permit as much sinkage as many mattresses, so stomach sleeper’s bellies and hips shouldn’t dip too far into the bed. Additionally, the quilted cover adds some plushness and cushioning.

The Medium version of the mattress is likely to be supportive enough for most stomach sleepers who weigh under 230 pounds. Their hips should not sink in too far, and they should experience gentle cushioning. Stomach sleepers who weigh more than 230 pounds will probably want to go for the extra support of the Firm version of the mattress to ensure their midsections don’t sink in too deeply.

Nest Bedding All Latex Mattress Review Breakdown

The Finch and the Organic All Latex Mattress share similar constructions, but some key differences set them apart.

Both mattresses use an organic cotton cover. The NFinch’s cover is knit and has some stretch, while the Organic All Latex Mattress’s cover uses GOTS-certified organic cotton. A 1.5-inch layer of 1.5 PCF Eco Flex polyfoam is quilted into the cover of the Finch to add cushioning and plushness. The Organic All Latex Mattress has GOTS-certified wool batting, which cushions the surface of the bed while regulating its temperature.

A comfort layer of 3 inches of natural Dunlop latex contours to the shape of the sleeper with a more buoyant feel than foam. The Organic All Latex Mattress uses GOLS-certified latex. Due to its low point elasticity, latex does not compress directly under the sleeper’s weight. Instead, it spreads the compression over a wider area. Many sleepers liken this to a feeling of “floating” on the bed.

The Finch and the Organic All Latex Mattress both have support cores constructed of 6 inches of Dunlop latex. The major difference is that the Organic All Latex Mattress uses GOLS-certified organic latex in its support layer. For both mattresses, these firm latex cores reinforce the surface of the mattress and provide even support.

Two firmness options are available for both versions of the mattress. The Medium version rates around 5 on the 10-point firmness scale, while the Firm option comes in around a 7. The Finch measures about 10.5 inches thick, while the Organic All Latex Mattress is about 10 inches thick.

Firmness

Mattress Type

Medium – 5
Firm – 7

Latex

Construction

Both the Finch and the Organic All Latex Mattress are constructed of three main layers and consist primarily of latex. Each mattress has a quilted cover. The Finch’s cover is quilted with polyfoam, while the Organic All Latex Mattress’s cover includes organic wool batting. Two layers of Dunlop latex act as the comfort and support layers for both versions of the mattress.

Cover Material:

Organic Cotton

Comfort Layer:

1.5″ Eco Flex Polyfoam

3″ Dunlop Latex

GOTS-Certified Organic Wool Batting (Organic Model)

3″ GOLS-certified Organic Dunlop Latex (Organic Model)

Support Core:

6″ Dunlop Latex

6″ GOLS-Certified Organic Dunlop Latex (Organic Model)

Mattress Prices and Sizing

The Finch runs slightly lower in price than average for a latex mattress, so it may be a good value for shoppers on a budget. Because of its certified organic materials, the Organic All Latex Mattress is more expensive than average. However, the added expense may be worth it for shoppers who prefer sleeping on an organic mattress.

Both versions of the mattress are available in the six standard mattress sizes. For the king and California king sizes, the Finch is also available with an internal split with a medium feel on one side and a firm feel on the other.

Nest Bedding Finch

Sizes Dimensions Height Weight Price
Twin 38" x 75" 10.5" 75 lbs. $1,699
Twin XL 38" x 80" 10.5" 80 lbs. $1,749
Full 54" x 75" 10.5" 100 lbs. $1,999
Queen 60" x 80" 10.5" 129 lbs. $2,349
King 76" x 80" 10.5" 140 lbs. $2,699
California King 72" x 84" 10.5" 140 lbs. $2,699
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Nest Bedding Organic All Latex Mattress

Sizes Dimensions Height Weight Price
Twin 38" x 75" 9" 110 lbs. $2,799
Twin XL 38" x 80" 9" 115 lbs. $2,999
Full 54" x 75" 9" 144 lbs. $3,699
Queen 60" x 80" 9" 169 lbs. $4,099
King 76" x 80" 9" 200 lbs. $4,699
California King 72" x 84" 9" 200 lbs. $4,699
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Trial, Shipping, and Warranty Policies

  • Availability

    Nest Bedding mattresses ship within the United States. The company also works with a third-party vendor to ship internationally.

    The Finch and the Organic All Latex Mattress are both sold through the Nest Bedding website. You can also view Nest Bedding mattresses in person in select showrooms across the U.S.

  • Shipping

    The Finch and the Organic All Latex Mattress ship free within the contiguous United States. Shipments to Alaska and Hawaii come with an added fee. International shipping is also available.

    Most Finch models ship via FedEx within 3-4 business days after the order is placed. It arrives compressed in a box. The Organic All Latex Mattress typically ships via UPS in 4-6 business days and arrives in 3-4 boxes depending on the mattress size.

    Nest Bedding mattresses ship compressed in plastic and encased in a box. Each mattress is typically wrapped in two layers of plastic. Nest Bedding suggests that customers remove the outer layer of plastic before cutting small holes along the edge of the inner layer to let air enter the mattress before removing this final layer.

    To ensure the mattress fully expands, Nest Bedding recommends unpacking the mattress within 30 days. Failing to do so could void the warranty.

  • Additional Services

    Nest Bedding offers White Glove delivery for an additional charge. To purchase White Glove delivery, customers should contact Nest’s customer service team before ordering. The delivery team will reach out to set up a day and time to deliver the mattress. This service includes bringing the mattress into the room of your choice, setting it up, and taking away the packaging.

  • Sleep Trial

    Both the Finch and the Organic All Latex Mattress come with a 365-night sleep trial that begins the day the mattress is delivered. Customers are required to try the mattress for at least 30 nights or a 25% restocking fee will apply for their return.

    To be eligible for return, mattresses must be clean and in a donatable condition. If you wish to return your mattress, you can contact Nest Bedding. The company will give an option to pick up the mattress, donate it, or dispose of it. This process must be finished within 30 days of the time the return is initially approved. The customer will receive a full refund of the purchase price of the eligible mattress.

    If the customer doesn’t like the firmness of the mattress, they can also exchange the comfort layer during the trial period to adjust the feel of the mattress.

    Additionally, Nest Bedding has a Lifetime Comfort Guarantee that gives eligible customers the chance to save 30% when buying a new mattress.

  • Warranty

    The Finch and the Organic All Latex Mattress each come with a lifetime limited warranty. This warranty applies to the original mattress owner who purchased their Nest Bedding mattress from an authorized retailer.

    In the event that Nest Bedding finds a qualifying defect, it will repair or replace the mattress. Eligible defects include indentations over 1 inch deep, flaws in the manufacturing of the cover’s zipper, and physical flaws in the mattress cover.

    The mattress should be decompressed within 30 days of arrival to avoid infringing on the warranty. Damage that results from the use of an improper foundation, abuse or misuse of the mattress, or normal wear and tear is not covered.

    Additional terms and conditions apply.

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Austin is a professional writer and researcher who has covered sleep science and sleep products for over a decade.

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