Springs are old technology. Sleeping on creaky steel can't provide the uniform support your body needs.
Memory foam has no bounce and is dough-like. You end up hot, sweaty, and sleeping in a hole that you can't move out of.
Open air = empty support. Ridged and cut foams don't add any benefits for you, the customer, but instead allow the manufacturer to make marketing claims and cut their costs.
Like mystery meat, nothing good can come of this. When a company uses proprietary foams, they're hiding the use of inferior materials to justify their pricing. Don’t you want to know what you are buying?
Legend Sleep uses talalay latex foam. This foam is unparalleled in comfort, pressure relief, and support. It adapts to each individual's body because the more pressure you apply, the more it supports your needs.
So, why don’t more companies use talalay latex? Simply because they are cutting costs, instead of making a bed of top quality. When most companies construct a bed, they use a small layer of latex, so they can say they use the best mattress material in their products. However, it's typically less than 10% of the overall composition. Something seems off there, right?
Visibly see the temperature advantage our talalay latex has over other materials.
Considering sleep is one of the most important aspects of our lives, we set quality at the top of our list.
We don’t cut costs by reducing quality. We cut costs by making our supply chain more efficient. We cut out the middlemen and ordinary mattress retail stores, so our products are built and shipped right from our factory to your home.
For example, The Legend Sleep Geneva mattress would cost over $6,000 in a mattress retail space, but we are able to sell it direct for just over $3000. Saving you money, while maintaining quality.