Natural Latex Mattress Comparison Table

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10" Natural Latex Mattress
by Spindle
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Latex core10 Read the full review
Ghost Bed Natural Mattress
by Ghost Bed Natural
30% off Ghost Bed Natural Mattress + 2 free pillows
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Hybrid12Read the full review.
Organica Mattress
by Amerisleep
30% off any mattress!
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Hybrid13Read the full review.
DIY Mattress
by Latex Mattress Factory
(6, 8, 9, 12 inches, hybrid or all-latex core)
Latex core or
Hybrid
12Read the full review
Luxury Bliss
by Plush Beds
$1,200 off Bedroom Mattresses + Free Luxury Sheet Set
20% off all Toppers & Bedding

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Hybrid12 Read the full review
Natural Bliss
(Wool free, 6, 8, 10 inches)
by Plush Beds
$1,200 off Bedroom Mattresses + Free Luxury Sheet Set
20% off all Toppers & Bedding

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Latex core10
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Botanical Bliss
(9, 10, 12 inches)
by Plush Beds
$1,200 off Bedroom Mattresses + Free Luxury Sheet Set + Mattress Protector.
20% off all Toppers & Bedding

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Latex core12
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Organic Luxury Hybrid Mattress
by Awara
$300 off mattress + free $499 worth of accessories + 10 trees
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Hybrid13Read the full review.
Hybrid Latex Mattress
by Brentwood Home
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Hybrid12Read the full review.
Cedar Natural Luxe
by Brentwood Home
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Hybrid14Read the full review.
Natural Mattress
by Sleep EZ (7,9,10,13 inches)
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20% off toppers
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Latex Core13Read the full review.
Organic Mattress
by Sleep EZ (7,9,10,13 inches)
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$500 off mattresses + 2 free pillows.
20% off toppers
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Latex Core13Read the full review.
Select Sleep Hybrid
by Sleep EZ
(2-in-1 flippable mattress)
Summer Sale!
$500 off mattresses + 2 free pillows.
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Hybrid14Read the full review.
360 Hybrid Pillowtop
by SleepEZ
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$500 off mattresses + 2 free pillows.
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Hybrid14Read the full review.
Organic Luxury Plush Mattress
by Avocado
(15-inch),
(18-inch pillowtop)
Summer Sale! Hybrid15Read the full review.
Green Standard
by Avocado
Summer Sale! Hybrid11 Read the full review.
Green Pillowtop
by Avocado

Summer Sale! Hybrid13 Read the full review.
Vegan Standard
by Avocado
Summer Sale! Hybrid11Read the full review.
Vegan Pillowtop
by Avocado
Summer Sale! Hybrid13 Read the full review.
Avocado Latex Mattress
by Avocado
Summer Sale!
Save $100 on the Avocado All Latex Mattress. Use code: SUMMEROFAVO at checkout.
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Latex Core9Read the full review.
AR1
by Sleep Essentials
Latex Core 9
AR2
by Sleep Essentials
Latex Core 9
AR3
by Sleep Essentials
Latex Core 9
AR4
by Sleep Essentials
Latex Core 9
DIY Build Your Own Mattress
by Sleep Essentials
Latex Core 9
Natural Escape
by My Green Mattress

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Apply code NM125 at checkout for $125 off all mattresses.
Hybrid11 Read the full review.
Hope Latex
by My Green Mattress
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Latex Core8Read the full review.
The Eco Terra Mattress
by Eco Terra
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Hybrid11 Read the full review.
2-sided mattress
(7 or 9 inches)
by Latex for Less
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Latex core9
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Pure Green Mattress
by Sleep On Latex
Latex core9 Read the full review.
The Eco Cloud
by Wink Beds
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SAVE $300 ON ALL MATTRESSES + GET FREE SHEETS, PROTECTOR, & TWO PILLOWS! (a $399 value)
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Hybrid13Read the full review.
Happsy Organic Mattress
by Happsy
Independence Day Sale!
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Hybrid10Read the full review.
The Metta Bed
Mattress

by Metta Bed
Latex Core7Read the full review.
Chorus
by Naturepedic
Hybrid (latex-free)10
Serenade
by Naturepedic
Hybrid11
Eos Classic
by Naturepedic
Hybrid12
Eos Pillowtop
by Naturepedic
Hybrid15
Eos Trilux
by Naturepedic
Latex Core10
Serenity
by Savvy Rest
Latex Core10
Unity Pillowtop
by Savvy Rest
Latex Core13
Tranquility
by Savvy Rest
Latex Core6
Serenity Spring
by Savvy Rest
Hybrid12
Pastoral
by Savvy Rest
Wool-Cotton4.5
Earthspring
by Savvy Rest
Hybrid9
The Idle Latex (2-sided 13")
by Idle Sleep
Temporalily out of stock.

O% APR for 60 Months
Hybrid 13Read the full review

Compare all the best natural latex mattresses in one place

Save yourself time by comparing all the real & genuine natural latex mattress brands in one place on NaturalMattressFinder.com. The latex mattresses that are featured in the chart above are third-party certified by world-renowned organizations. This ensures that the latex mattresses are organic, all-natural, non-toxic and don’t emit any VOCs. Here’s how to get the most out of the comparison chart above:

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Natural Latex Mattress Comparison Chart

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NaturalMattressFinder.com is thrilled to offer the best natural latex mattresses, toppers, bed sheets, pillows and adjustable bed frames from top brands like Idle Sleep, Avocado, Brentwood Home, PlushBeds, SleepEz, Spindle and Nest Bedding and more. Check out the latex mattress comparison table above for details on the best brands and models.

Natural Latex mattresses are free of toxic fire retardants, glues and VOCs. They are at least 3X more durable than a standard poly mattress and some models are customizable at home thanks to a zippered cover.

Why sleep on a natural latex mattress instead of a polyurethane mattress?

A Natural latex mattress is a long-term investment for your body and mind. It won’t sag like a polyurethane, gel, or memory foam mattress and it won’t poison you with off-gassing chemicals. Additionally, the raw materials that are used to make natural latex mattresses are sustainably grown and harvested.

Natural Latex Mattresses – Learn The Basics

The basic natural latex mattress comparison chart lets you sort the table by mattress type. Natural latex mattresses come in two basic types: latex core and hybrid. Here are the main differences between the two: Latex core a.k.an all-latex mattress.

  • Latex layers of different firmness are stacked on top of each other to form the core of the mattress.
  • Customizable mattresses are typically latex core mattresses. This means that you can open the zippered cover of the mattress and switch out the different layers.
  • Latex core mattresses have less “bounce” than hybrid mattresses. But, this is not necessarily a disadvantage. My current mattress is the latex core mattress from Spindle. I am quite pleased with it.
  • People weighing over 210-pounds should sleep on a hybrid mattress rather than a latex core mattress.

Spindle latex core mattress. The cover has been removed for demonstration purposes.

Hybrid a.k.a spring coil 

  • A fabric-encased spring layer forms the base of the mattress. One or more comfort layers of natural latex mattress foam are stacked on top of this layer. Thus, the core of the bed is a hybrid between spring coils and natural latex mattress foam.
  • Typically, hybrid mattresses are not customizable. But there are some hybrid mattresses that offer customization. The Happsy mattress seems to offer a zippered cover and could be customized with a latex mattress foam layer with a different firmness.
  • Hybrid mattresses have more bounce than latex core mattresses.
  • Hybrid mattresses can support more weight without bottoming out. Consider this type of mattress if you are over 210 lbs.

This is a cross-section of typical hybrid mattress construction. The latex and wool comfort layers are stacked on top of a spring coil layer. The latex layers in this mattress are zoned for maximum comfort for your body. The latex gives you more pressure relief around the hips and shoulders.

Selecting the thickness of a natural latex mattress

Once you have selected the type of mattress, hybrid or latex core, in relation to your body type, you can take a look at the different mattress thicknesses available to you. Use the comparison chart above to sort the mattresses by thickness. Just click “thickness” on the header and the chart will reorganize itself from thinnest to thickest. Click on “thickness” again to sort the chart by thickest to thinnest. For access to a more detailed comparison chart than the one above, sign up for access to the NaturalMattressFinder.com full comparison chart, where you can compare firmnesses, materials, sizes, certifications and much more.

Do you like Super Plush Latex Mattresses?

If you are looking for a latex mattress with a lot of pressure relief and bounce, I recommend the 13-inch Avocado Green or the Brentwood Home Cedar Natural Luxe. The 12-inch Plush Beds Luxury Bliss is also a great choice for those who like a  plush latex mattress. Although these latex mattress models are similar in construction, they vary in firmness. Side sleepers will get more benefits from a plush mattress. The Brentwood Home Cedar Natural Luxe is rated as a true medium firmness latex mattress foam bed. People love the plush feel of this mattress. And, since it is a hybrid latex foam bed, it can handle heavier bodyweights. The  Avocado Green and the Plush Beds Luxury Bliss are both medium-firm. These two models are great for back sleepers and all-around sleepers. Since a back sleeper’s body weight is more evenly distributed on the latex mattress foam, less pressure relief is needed. In the back sleeper’s case, a medium-firm mattress is more adequate.

How To Choose a Mattress

If you have a lighter bodyweight, you may not need a super thick mattress. If you are around the 150-pound range, you may not need as thick a latex comfort layer as you would if you were around the 250-pound range. A person with a lighter bodyweight will not compress as much foam as a person with a heavier bodyweight. General rules for comfort layer selection 150-pound range: a 2-inch latex mattress foam comfort layer or above is sufficient. If you fall within this weight range, your body will only compress a certain amount of latex. The remainder of the foam will be underutilized and selecting a slightly thinner mattress will save you hundreds of dollars in some cases. If you fall within this weight range, you might be interested in taking a look at the following mattresses:

The 10-inch Natural Bliss by Plush Beds

There are many other models to choose from for this weight range. To see more selections, please consult the NaturalMattressFinder.com complete comparison chart. Anything above 11-inches is unnecessary unless you absolutely want the most luxurious mattress you can find. 210+ pound range: I recommend going with a hybrid mattress (spring coil bottom layer) that has at least 3-inches of natural latex mattress foam for the comfort layer. Some latex core mattresses have more than 3-inches of latex mattress foam. However, an all-latex mattress is not recommended for the 210+pound weight range because the latex foam may bottom out and not relieve pressure adequately. Any foam mattress will bottom out, whether it made of polyurethane or latex. If you fall within the 250+ pound weight range, you might be interested in looking at the following mattresses. All of the models below are hybrid mattresses (fabric encased coils + 100% natural latex foam):

The 14″ Cedar Natural Luxe with optional topper by Brentwood Home.

More options are available to you if you are within this weight range. Consult the NaturalMattressFinder.com complete comparison chart to compare all the best natural latex hybrid mattresses available online.

Chemicals and VOC’s

Latex mattress foam is made without the use of toxic chemicals. Some non-toxic chemicals are used in the manufacturing process for Dunlop and Talalay latex foam to stabilize the latex sap prior to curing. The Dunlop latex manufacturing process will utilize less non-toxic chemicals than the Talalay process because it is a simpler process that requires fewer steps. Check out my post about Dunlop vs. Talalay latex to learn about the differences between the two types of foam. Get an insight into the steps that are involved in transforming the rubber tree latex sap into the most durable bedding foam on the planet (on average 4X more durable than polyurethane foam as well as more comfortable and responsive).

Spindle 10-inch latex core mattress.

Latex mattress reviews

I have had the privilege of doing some “hands-on” reviews for latex mattresses. Spindle was generous enough to send me their 10-inch latex core mattress for a hands-on review. The mattress arrived at my door in three separate boxes. This made it easy to move it to the setup location. The latex mattress is very heavy once it is all assembled, but being able to open the cover and move the component separately was a definite advantage. It was fairly easy to assemble and I truly enjoyed sleeping on it. Check out my full video review of the Spindle latex mattress as well as the detailed article that goes over all the specifications of the mattress.

8-Inch Hybrid Mattress by Sunrising Bedding

I have also done a hands-on review of the 8-Inch Hybrid Mattress by Sunrising Bedding. Although this mattress is not a 100% natural latex mattress, it does represent a slightly more natural and economical option than a standard polyurethane mattress. The top cover of the Sunrising Bedding bed is made of natural goat wool and the comfort layer is a non-certified Talalay latex foam. The rest of the materials are synthetic and include a Dacron fibre fire barrier (which may have been treated with fire-retardant chemicals), a polyester back and side cover and metal spring coils encased in the polyester material. I don’t consider the Sunrising Bedding mattress to be an all-natural mattress by any means, but I think it is a worthwhile option for someone that is on a tight budget. Please note that this mattress only has a 1-inch Talalay latex layer. You might find the sleep surface too firm. That’s why I recommend that if you end up buying this mattress, try it out for a while and see if it is comfortable. It does come with a 30-day trial period and you can always adjust the firmness with a latex mattress topper (3-inch) or a latex mattress topper (4-inch). I have done several other latex mattress reviews, such as the Cedar Natural Luxe by Brentwood Home, the Standard and Pillow Top by Avocado Green, and the Botanical Bliss by Plush Beds. These reviews, however, are not “hands-on”, but I hope to update them in the near future if I manage to obtain some test copies of the latex mattresses.

Latex mattress pros and cons

Cons:

  • cost: 3rd party certified natural latex mattresses come at a premium price, but they are a premium product. On average, a natural latex mattress lasts at least 4x longer than a polyurethane mattress.
  • Weight: some natural latex mattresses weigh 130 – 150 pounds for a queen.
  • Testing: you can’t actually try before you buy, but most mattresses on NaturalMattressFinder.com feature a 100+ night sleep trial.
  • Limited delivery options: a natural latex mattress will be delivered to your door but you are responsible for bringing it into the house and setting it up. Some latex mattress brands offer “white glove” delivery depending on your location.
  • Old mattress removal options vary: you are responsible for getting rid of your old mattress.

Pros:

  • Durability: natural latex is very resilient and will last several times longer than a polyurethane mattress (gel foam, memory foam). Check out my report of a 50-year old Dunlop latex mattress.
  • Many firmness options: this depends on the model and manufacturer.
  • Environmentally friendly: natural latex is a plant-based material, so it is biodegradable. Cotton and wool are also biodegradable. If it is a hybrid mattress, only the coils would have to be removed and recycled.
  • Comfort: since natural latex foam has unique contouring, responsive and pressure relieving qualities, it is one of the best investments you can make in terms of comfort.
  • No Off-Gassing: all-natural latex mattresses, made from plant or animal-based materials from top to bottom will not time-release VOCs into your living environment.
  • No chemical fire retardants: Most latex mattress brands use sheep’s wool as the fire retardant layer.
  • A great option for allergy sufferers and chemically sensitive people: Natural latex mattresses are hypoallergenic and are unlikely to cause allergic reactions. Please be cautious if you know you have an allergy to natural latex.
  • Less partner disturbance: natural latex attenuates motion. Fabric encased coils that are used by most latex mattress brands isolate motion so you won’t be woken up by your partner.
  • Better heat regulation: natural latex is very breathable when compared to polyurethane. It does not sleep hot like memory foam, which tends to trap heat and moisture. Cotton and wool also do a great job of wicking away moisture and help you to sleep cool.
  • No toxic chemicals: the few chemicals that are used in the natural latex manufacturing process are non-toxic and don’t emit any harmful VOCs.

Natural latex mattress for back pain

100% natural latex foam, as long as it is not blended with synthetic foam, has some unique qualities that make it ideal for back pain sufferers.

  1. Contouring: natural latex mattresses offer excellent contouring. It adapts itself to every curve of your body.
  2. Responsive: it rebounds instantly. Think of the extreme opposite of memory foam and natural latex foam is what you get. The responsive quality of the foam makes changing sleeping positions effortless.
  3. Pressure relief:  the sensation I had when sleeping on the Spindle natural latex mattress was that it was like a water bed, but without the waviness. It is a very buoyant feeling and quite different from polyurethane.

When combined with proper targeted exercise and physiotherapy, a natural latex mattress may aid back pain sufferers to get rid of the chronic discomfort that they experience.

Feel free to ask questions

Use the contact page if you have any questions about any of the natural latex mattress models that are featured on NaturalMattressFinder.com. If you are doing a natural latex mattress comparison and don’t know which one to choose, feel free to send me a message, and I’ll help you decide on which mattress best.