Linebacker Mattress Comfort
Comfort can be achieved by most people by addressing the needs of a restful night’s sleep. Nobody wants a bed that is too hard, or a bed that is too soft. But there are other factors that will either help someone get a restful night’s sleep or make sleeping miserable. The 4 most important things that affect sleep the most are:
Mattress technology has come a long way since the days of cotton filled mattresses. Memory Foam reduces pressure points on the body by not “pushing back” or rebounding like traditional foams. Even latex foam, which is great for allergy reduction and overall support and durability, doesn’t provide the pressure relief of memory foam. When pressure points are alleviated you don’t toss and turn as much at night. Linebacker Mattress uses the current state-of-the-art mattress technology – Visco Elastic Memory Foam, and takes it one step further by integrating Serene Foam in the comfort layers to provide the best comfort available.
While memory foam is great for reducing pressure points on the body it doesn’t effectively address moisture control. We’ve addressed this issue by channeling air flow within the mattress, and we did it by cutting areas between the memory foam and the polyurethane foam that allows air to travel through the bed. These air channels allow your body to remain drier, and when your skin is drier, you’re less likely to react to changes in ambient temperature. Additionally, the borders of the Linebacker Mattress use green spacer cloth, very similar to the type of material used in running shoes and other applications to allow air to move freely while maintaining structural integrity.
Traditional memory foam has been so popular for a specific reason and that is that it reduces pressure points. We’re all familiar with this image of the hand in the foam and the indentation it leaves as the foam slowly rises to its original shape. What that’s doing is absorbing pressure away from your body, and that’s a real plus, that’s really what you want in a bed. But taken to an extreme what happens is you tend to cradle into the product. And when you cradle into it the mattress it rolls up around your body and traps heat. The Linebacker Mattress integrates 3 technologies to address temperature control: Sta Cool Gel, Serene Foam, and Air Channels.
The Linebacker Mattress integrates medical grade STA-Cool Gel in the top comfort layers. It’s specially formulated to blend into the memory foam so it sits close to your skin and helps keep you cool. STA-Cool is the type of gel being used in medical prosthesis, on wheelchair pads, or anywhere else that you need pressure relief and temperature control. What makes the gel in the Linebacker Mattress unique is that we pour it ourselves. We buy the components, blend them together, and then apply them to the memory foam. This allows us to control the process from beginning to end. We know what’s in it, we know how it’s put together, and how much of it is applied to the product. Most other mattress manufacturers have to buy a component that is pre-manufactured.
The linebacker Mattress takes memory foam to the next level by using Serene Foam; a special type of memory foam that isn’t heat sensitive. Unlike traditional memory foam, Serene foam maintains the same feel regardless of room temperature and body temperature. Most people who are really active sleep hot, especially if you work out within a few hours of going to sleep. With the Linebacker Mattress, you won’t find yourself constantly changing positions like you have with a traditional memory foam mattress.
Another way we address heat is by channeling air flow within the mattress. This is done by cutting areas between the memory foam and the polyurethane foam where air can travel through the bed.