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Parachute is best known for their bedding. They make beautiful sheets, duvets and pillows. Recently they expanded into bath products such as towels and bath mats and now have showrooms in Los Angeles, Oregon and New York. Parachute has now launched their own mattress. It is made with natural materials so there’s no foam, making it a more sustainable product. Currently a queen size retails for $1,899.
The Parachute mattress joins other bedding companies like Boll and Branch that also recently introduced their own mattress. Boll and Branch makes Fair Trade, organic cottong bedding and their mattresses is made with springs and latex.
The Parachute Mattress Shipping and Trial Period
Parachute offers a 90 day trial for their mattress. This means you get to try it out for free in your home and if you don’t like it, returns are free within that 90 days. Parachute will come pick up the mattress for free. Shipping to your house is free as well.
Your mattress will be hand-delivered via complimentary white glove service via Pilot Freight Services. You may schedule the delivery at your convenience. White glove service includes set up and old mattress removal.
It will take 7-10 business days to receive your mattress. It takes 2-3 business days to manufacture the mattress. Then we will reach out via email to schedule your delivery with our white glove partner, Pilot Freight Services, at a time that is convenient for you.
If you decide to return your mattress, we’ll come pick it up for free.
From what I could glean from the webiste, this mattress will not come in a box. It should come full size and you will get white glove delivery. This means they can also haul away your old mattress too!
Construction of the Parachute Mattress
Here are the contruction details as listed on their website.
- Made to order in the U.S.A.
- Made of pure New Zealand wool, 100% organic cotton and tempered steel.
- Contains 5x the coils of a standard mattress.
- Oeko-Tex Standard 100 and GOTS certified. Learn more.
- Comes with a 10 year warranty. Learn more.
Soft and firm coils create comfort, stability and support zones, allowing for proper spinal alignment.
MID WOOL INSULATOR PAD
A layer of sustainable, hypoallergenic, flame-resistant wool protects the microcoils from the pocketed coils.
Three tiers of tiny steel coils react individually to pressure, contouring to your body and isolating its every move.
WOOL COMFORT LAYER
Two sheets of pure New Zealand wool naturally regulate body temperature and keep you cozy.
Quilted, 100% organic cotton for a soft finish.
My Parachute Mattress Recommendation
Given the specs of this mattress, it should provide an interesting feel. The fact that they don’t use latex or foam is a departure from how most mattresses are made. Normally a mattress is made with at least one of these components for the comfort layer. Parachute makes up for this by using microcoils and wool as a comfort layer which should provide much more breathability.
This mattress is also tufted which eliminates the need for glue to hold the layers together.