The Saatva Latex Hybrid combines sustainably sourced, natural Talalay latex with a core of individually wrapped recycled steel coils for a balance of contouring and support. Our testers noted that the quality materials and careful design give the mattress a high-end feel.
The comfort layers begin with a hand-tufted, GOTS-certified organic cotton Euro-top. Beneath the cover, a layer of GOTS-certified organic New Zealand wool wicks away moisture and helps regulate body temperatures. We found this combination added a bit of plushness while allowing heat to dissipate quickly.
Next, a 3-inch layer of zoned Talalay latex provides responsive support and pressure relief. The core uses pocketed coils, which are also zoned for enhanced support in the lumbar region and along the perimeter. Our testers noted that the edge reinforcement made it easier to get into and out of bed, which may be especially important if you have a low-profile platform bed. An organic eco loft pad made from a blend of cotton and wool provides a stable base.
In our testing, back and stomach sleepers between 130 and 230 pounds were especially impressed by the Saatva Latex Hybrid. Its zoned latex comfort layer and coil support core provided an even sleep surface, which helped our testers maintain their spinal alignment.
Side sleepers over 130 pounds also gave the mattress high marks, noting that it relieved pressure without restricting their movement. Across the board, the medium firm (6) feel was comfortable for virtually all our testers, though side sleepers under 130 pounds noted pressure around their hips and shoulders.
Saatva offers free White Glove delivery in the contiguous United States, which includes the removal of the old mattress. Each mattress comes with a 365-night sleep trial and a limited lifetime warranty.
The Saatva Latex Hybrid uses natural materials, appealing to eco-conscious customers who don’t want to sacrifice comfort. Thanks to the mattress’ balanced performance, it should meet the needs of most couples with different body types and position preferences.