My Green Mattress Review 4

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I received the Natural Escape mattress from the company My Green Mattress for free this past December. According to the website, this mattress uses all natural materials hence the “green” in My Green Mattress. This is the first hybrid latex mattress I have reviewed and I have come to appreciate how the springs assist in giving proper cushioning and support in conjunction with the latex.

Overview

My Green mattress is located in LaGrange, IL which is a suburb of Chicago. They have their own showroom and factory to make their own beds. The owner is a true craftsperson who is always striving for improvement. I had a chance to visit the store unannounced while on a trip to visit family. Below is a picture of me and the owner, Tim Masters. He is an all around great guy who really cares about quality and making sure people sleep their best.

green mattress

Ordering

You can purchase the Natural Escape mattress direct from the My Green Mattress website. Shipping is free and my mattress arrived in about a week. Similar to many of the online mattress startups, this mattress also comes roll packed in a box. This is the first natural mattress that came with a generous trial period. You get a 100 day trial where if you aren’t satisfied you can return the mattress for a full refund. This is a big plus since there are very few natural mattress brands that do this.

My Green Mattress Box

Unboxing

Below is a video of me unboxing the mattress. Please note, I made an error in describing the latex. it is actually Dunlop, not Talalay latex.

Specifications

This mattress has three layers to it.

The first layer is the quilted cover that is made of all natural Joma wool and organic cotton.

Below that is a 3 inch 100% natural latex layer which is the comfort layer.

Below that is a 968 pocketed coil spring system with great edge support.

In total this mattress measures 11 inches in height.

Some big positives to this mattress is that there are no flame retardant chemicals used. Instead, the all natural wool cover acts as a natural flame retardant. This is typical on many natural latex mattresses. Instead of memory foam you have natural latex so no artificial chemicals there either and consequently you won’t have to worry about any off gassing. Our son said it smelled like Cheerios, whatever that means.

Findings

I have reviewed a few other latex mattresses, the Savvy Rest and the Spindle. However neither of these included springs. An all latex mattress will have some bounce to it since it’s basically rubber but not as much as a spring will give you. Here’s a video illustrating the amount of bounce you will get with the Natural Escape mattress:

The mattress itself will have some sink to it but unlike memory foam it will bounce back into shape immediately:

My Green Mattress Depth

Here’s how well the mattress dissipates heat. I used my FLIR camera to make an infrared video showing showing the heat my hand generated.

Conclusion

What I like about this mattress is that it just feels like a solid, quality inner spring mattress. You get great bounce with the pocket coils without as much motion transfer as a cheaper mattress. The Latex layer is also just right. This mattress will have broad appeal to many different types of sleepers and the fact that it uses all natural materials is a huge plus. In terms of firmness, this is more of a medium firm. You aren’t going to sink into this mattress like a soft memory foam. However in my opinion the springs work well with the latex to offer better support than an all latex mattress will. With the 100 day free trial it make it that much more enticing to try.

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My Green Mattress

My Green Mattress
90.4

Motion Transfer

9/10

    Affordability

    9/10

      Softness

      9/10

        Off Gassing

        10/10

          Trial Period

          9/10

            Pros

            • Great edge support
            • Spring plus foam
            • Good pressure relief
            • Does not sleep hot

            13 thoughts on “My Green Mattress Review”

            1. Thank you for the Natural Escape review. You mentioned it being a medium firm level of firmness. Do you think this mattress would be too firm for a side sleeper?

              1. I don’t think so. The reason being, because it has a coils system so you will get some sink into the mattress as well as the benefit of the latex.

            2. Motion Transfer

              10.00

              Affordability

              10.00

              Softness

              7.00

              Off Gassing

              10.00

              Trial Period

              10.00

              My wife is a Naturopathic Doctor and understands the importance of a natural mattress and insisted we buy one for my daughter when we moved her out of her crib. I was hesitant since these are so expensive, but she explained that sleeping on a mattress that is not natural means that her face is pressed up against chemicals and toxic off-gassing for an entire night. This was a huge concern so we searched high and low for a high quality natural mattress that would also provide her with a good night’s sleep. We went to a local store that specialized in organic mattresses and could not find anything that felt good (they felt flimsy) and they were all so expensive. I decided to search online to see if I could find something and luckily I found the Echo Mattress.

              We purchased the single sided Echo Mattress for my little girl and we absolutely LOVE it. It is super clean, no smells at all, and very comfortable. It came packaged rolled up and was super easy to bring upstairs and unroll onto her bed.

              Now when I read my little girl bedtime stories I end up staying in bed with her a bit longer than I need to so I can enjoy her comfortable bed. I was actually enjoying my little girl’s mattress better than my own so we decided to buy a King Size double sided version of this mattress for my own bed.

              This is an incredible bed an a wonderful price and the customer service in this place is amazing too!

            3. Motion Transfer

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              Hi, I am very interested in purchasing a king My Green Mattress Natural Escape for my stomach sleeper husband and me (mostly side sleeper, and sometimes back). I am wanting to invest in a healthy natural mattress. No toxins, natural materials. I’m really picky.

              My question after reviewing this review and two others you have done about Nest Bedding (hybrid latex and Alexander), which would you personally recommend for comofort?. We currently have a maybe 8 year old innerspring pillow top mattress (have no clue on brand but apparently my husband spent a decent amount of money on it when he purchased it). It feels flexible and ok, but not great. I can almost feel the springs or something at times.

              We went on vacation and the bed was amazing we slept in. Realizing comfort is a nice plus, I am looking for something that suits our sleeping styles, is completely non toxic, so things like memory foams or petrochemicals or even bio foams are out (such as the Nest Alexander unfortunately), and has a nice comfortable feel to it (ie, i don’t want to have to sleep on an all natural brick or lumpy thing).

              Would Nest Bedding Hybrid Latex fit the bill? Or is My Green Matress Natural Escape basically similar? (There’s even another company called Sleep On Latex which sells a Pure Green latex non hybrid mattress. which could be a contender) In our case, would we benefit from having coils and latex hybrid versus only latex?

              I appreciate your advice as you seem to do very fair reviews on a bunch of mattress and know your stuff!

              1. I really like My Green Mattress as a Company. They make wonderful non toxic mattresses. If you like the feel of all latex for your mattress, Sleep On Latex comes highly recommended and they were recently listed in consumer reports. I think they offer a great value. Although I haven’t personally slept on their mattresses, I am impressed with their pricing.

            4. Have you looked at the Eco Terra mattress. It’s similar, 11″, 2.5″ Dunlop NR latex – S-M- or F (they’ll do Talalay if you want) and they use the Legget & Pratt coils but I don’t think they’re zoned or as heavy as the Natural Escape. I’d be interested in a comparison. Also, DreamFoam and Arizona Mattress makes a similar bed.

              1. I haven’t tried the Eco Terra yet but it looks like a nice mattress given the construction. Same for DreamFoam and Arizona, haven’t tried them but will most likely get to reviewing them soon. I can say that people I know who have purchased the Natural Escape have been very happy with it.

            5. Motion Transfer

              10.00

              Affordability

              10.00

              Softness

              10.00

              Off Gassing

              10.00

              Trial Period

              10.00

              If you’re looking for a good toxic/chemical free all Organic mattress for your money look no further. My Green Mattress is the best. I Purchased a Queen size about 3 months ago and now I’m very happy to say I don’t wake up with lower back pain or allergies. Also has great motion transfer.

            6. It looks like My Green Mattress has upgraded this model with zoned coils. Any chance you might take a look at it again?

            7. Do you recommend a box spring for the Natural Escape? If so any recommendations on natural box spring manufacturers?

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