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The Nolah Natural Latex Mattress is an 11-inch thick, medium firm (6) model.
A GOTS-certified organic cotton cover wraps around the mattress. Cotton naturally allows air circulation to cool the surface, and a breathable, temperature-regulating layer of wool adds to this effect.
Following the wool layer is a 2-inch comfort layer of airy, responsive Talalay latex that gently cradles the body. A 1-inch transition layer of firmer Talalay latex deepens the contouring while adding support. Talalay latex is lighter and more breathable than Dunlop latex due to differences in their production methods. The latex in the Nolah Natural is also hole-punctured for extra air circulation and certified by the Rainforest Alliance for sustainable practices.
Next, a support core of patented HDMax Tri-Zone coils reinforces the surface. This layer is zoned with extra coils near the center of the mattress to limit midsection sagging and promote good posture. The coils are also pocketed to reduce motion transfer and better contour to the sleeper’s shape.
Finally, a layer of wool and cotton serves as a foundation for the coil system.
The Nolah Natural Latex Mattress consists of a GOTS-certified organic cotton cover, a breathable wool layer, a 2-inch Talalay latex comfort layer, a 1-inch Talalay latex transition layer, an 8-inch zoned pocketed coil core, and an organic wool and cotton base layer.
Organic Cotton and Woo
2” Talalay Latex
1” Talalay Latex
8” Pocketed Coils (Zoned)
Latex hybrid mattresses tend to be more expensive than average, but they’re also often more durable. Compared to similar models, the Nolah Natural falls towards the lower end of the average price range.
The Nolah Natural comes in the full range of standard sizes, from twin to California king.
|Twin||38” x 75”||11”||68 lbs.||$1,599|
|Twin XL||38” x 80”||11”||73 lbs.||$1,599|
|Full||54” x 75”||11”||91 lbs.||$1,699|
|Queen||60” x 80”||11”||108 lbs.||$1,799|
|King||76” x 80”||11”||135 lbs.||$2,099|
|California King||72” x 84”||11”||134 lbs.||$2,099|
The Nolah Naturals is a good choice for side sleepers looking for pressure relief without a lot of sinkage.
Its Talalay latex comfort system conforms to a side sleeper’s hips and shoulders to help redistribute their weight and reduce hip and shoulder discomfort. Since the material also limits sinkage, most side sleepers shouldn’t have to worry about their hips sinking in excessively and putting a strain on their lower back. Zoning in the support core also reinforces the center of the bed to prevent the hips from sagging.
Thanks to its medium firm feel, the Nolah Natural performs well for most side sleepers across weight groups. However, its combination of contouring and support is best suited for side sleepers over 130 pounds.
Back sleepers may have an easier time maintaining their spinal alignment because of the Nolah Natural’s supportive design.
Structure from the Nolah Natural’s coils provides an even sleep surface, preventing excessive sinkage that could put a strain on a back sleeper’s lumbar area. Zoning enhances the midsection’s support to further reduce the likelihood of a back sleeper’s hips sagging. Meanwhile, the Talalay latex comfort system has just enough give for the hips to sink without drooping, thereby promoting good posture.
The mattress’ medium firm feel is well suited for back sleepers up to 230 pounds, balancing gentle cradling with stable support.
The Nolah Natural’s limited sinkage and zoned support make it a comfortable option for many stomach sleepers.
Since the Talalay latex comfort system spreads compression across the surface, most stomach sleepers should not sink in excessively. The coil core is sturdier near the center, which helps prevent the sleeper’s midsection from pulling their spine out of alignment.
Because of its medium firm feel, the Nolah Natural may be closest to ideal for stomach sleepers who weigh less than 130 pounds. While the mattress should also be comfortable for many stomach sleepers over 130 pounds, some who carry extra weight near their midsection could experience discomfort in their lower backs.
Nolah Natural 11 Latex Mattress
|Under 130 lbs.||130-230 lbs.||Above 230 lbs.|
The Nolah Natural is available for purchase online at the Nolah website. Shipping is available within the contiguous United States.
Nolah ships for free within the contiguous United States
Each mattress is compressed in a box and shipped via FedEx. Generally, it takes 2 to 8 business days for the mattress to arrive.
The mattress does not require assembly, but customers will need to move it inside, take it out of the box, position it, unwrap it, and let it expand.
Nolah does not offer White Glove delivery or mattress removal.
Nolah offers a 120-night sleep trial. You can return your Nolah Natural after a break-in period of 30 days if you decide it is not right for you. At no cost, a driver will pick up the mattress and donate it to charity or recycle it. Nolah will issue a full refund of the purchase price within 1 week.
The Nolah Natural comes with a partially prorated lifetime limited warranty that covers defects in workmanship and materials, including indentations more than 1 inch deep.
For the first 15 years of ownership, Nolah will repair or replace mattresses with qualifying defects at no cost. Between years 15 and 25, it will repair a defective mattress for the handling cost or replace it for half of the purchase price. After 25 years, the company will repair defective mattresses for the handling cost or replace them for 60% of the purchase price.
After year 15, replacement mattresses will also incur a $75 shipping charge. Additional terms and conditions apply.
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