Nolah Mattress Review
Nolah came to market in 2016 when they crafted their very own foam, called Nolah AirFoam®, as a response to the memory foam mattresses. Its innovation is that it retains less heat than other memory foam or common 'visco elastic' foams. It also has less pressure than even high end memory foam, meaning that it is easier on the hips and shoulders. Nolah's testers say it is also more durable and great for side sleepers. With multiple mattress options, Nolah is a brand anyone can feel good about!
KEY CUSTOMER FEEDBACK*
+1.7x pain relief
+1.8x cloud like
+2.0x side sleeping
Overall Score: 9.3/10
Customer Satisfaction: 9.3/10
Price Value: 9.4/10
No Back Pain: 9.3/10
Trial Period: 120 Days
Nolah is known for its pressure relieving foam technology, AirFoam™, that is featured prominently in multiple mattress offerings. Overall, their mattresses get good ratings from customers when it comes to comfort. One of their newest mattresses, the Nolah Natural 11'', offers the pressure relief of pocket coils couple with environmentally friendly natural latex.
Quality of Materials
Nolah's mattresses are high rated when it comes to material quality. Their foams are more responsive and cooling than classic memory foams, which is ideal for those who have been turned off by hot memory foam.
We'll go through what's inside their mattresses and discuss how each layer adapts to your body.
Here is the breakdown of what's inside the Nolah Original 10'':
Layer 1: The cover is made from a plant dereived Tencel™.
Layer 2: A 2'' layer of their proprietary AirFoam® contours to your body without the sinking feel of some memory foams.
Layer 3: A 1'' layer of high-resilience foam gives support, while being bouncy and giving the surface a comfortable responsiveness.
Layer 4: 7'' of high density foam that gives the bed structure and added support.
Now, here is what's inside the Nolah Signature 12'':
Layer 1: The cover is made of organic cotton, which is great for those that worry about synthetic fabrics and want something luxuriously soft and cozy.
Layer 2: 2.5'' of their signature AirFoam™ memory foam provides sleepers with plush pressure relief.
Layer 3: A 1.5'' high-resilience foam acts as a transition and support layer that provides a bounciness to the foam mattress.
Layer 4: 1'' of firmer AirFoam™ provides additional pressure relief.
Layer 5: The base layer is 7'' of high-density foam that's breathable while also being durable to support the layers above.
Now, here is what's inside the hybrid Nolah Evolution 15'', which is available in plush, luxury firm, and firm options:
Layer 1: It all starts with a quilted organic cotton cover. Stitched into this luxurious, soft and airy layer is 2'' Premium HTC™ (high thermal conductivity) foam, which instantly pulls heat away from the sleepers above, while also providing significant pressure relief and a gentle contour.
Layer 2: 2'' of graphite infused memory foam, AirFoamICE™, draws away heat, while further adapting to the body.
Layer 3: 2'' of high resilience foam provides deep support for the whole body.
Layer 4: 1'' of high density foam acts as a durable transition layer.
Layer 5: 8'' HDMax™ Eco Support Coils offer three zones for better spinal alignment and pressure relief around the hips and shoulders. This layer is further reinforced around the sides with E.D.G.E.™ rails.
Layer 6: At the very bottom of the mattress is a base layer of cotton/wool.
Lastly, we'll take a look at Nolah's newest mattress, the hybrid Nolah Natural 11'':
Layer 1: The cover provides a luxuriously soft feel with GOTS certified organic cotton.
Layer 2: Next, a layer of wool acts as a fire barrier while also promoting breathability.
Layer 3: 2'' of natural Talalay latex provides pressure relief for joints and pain points.
Layer 4: 1'' of supportive Talalay latex provides support while also acting as a transition layer.
Layer 5: 8'' of Nolah's HDMax™ Tri-Zone™ Support Coils provide structure and targeted support zones.
Layer 6: At the very bottom of the mattress is a base layer of organic cotton/wool.
Nolah's proprietary foam keeps things comfortable for most sleepers because of its ability to diffuse pressure and heat. The Signature gets great scores from side sleepers, while customers appreciate the spine support of the Evolution mattress.
The Nolah Original 10'' mattress is medium-firm and should fit the needs of most sleepers, while the Nolah Signature 12'' is a great option for side sleepers. The Evolution Luxury Firm 15'' is a good option for combination sleepers.
The AirFoam® provides cooling and breathability for the top layers. Additionally, the 10'' mattress cover is Tencel™, which whisks away heat and moisture.
Who Are Nolah Mattresses Best For?
For those that are looking for pressure point relief and ready to try a foam focused mattress built for the future, Nolah's technology is exactly what you are looking for. Both side sleepers and back sleepers can find something to like in these mattresses!