Mattress review and guide site Sleepopolis reviewed the Loom and Leaf memory foam mattress and gave it an overall rating of 4.4 out of 5 stars.
Their review overviewed Loom and Leaf’s mattress construction, cover, comfort levels, and support. They also conducted sinkage and motion and transfer tests. Other features reviewed include price, shipping, refunds, and trial period.
Loom and Leaf Construction
The luxury memory foam mattress consists of four different layers for better overall support and durability.
Sleepopolis highlights the four different layers:
- Quilted, Organic Cotton Covering
- Cooling Spinal Gel
- Cooling Memory Foam With Airflow Channels
- Premium 5 lb. Memory Foam & Support Layers
According to Sleepopolis, Loom and Leaf’s cover is “soft, breathable, and has a nice textured feel, especially along the embroidered portions.”
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Loom & Leaf Memory Foam
Premium memory foam, handcrafted in the U.S. with eco-friendly materials. Breathable organic cotton, cooling spinal gel, and layers of high-density support foam assure a cool, comfortable night’s sleep.
Loom and Leaf Comfort Levels + Gel Layers
Loom and Leaf memory foam mattresses come in two firmness levels:
- Relaxed Firm: A 6 out of 10 on the firmness level.
- Firm: A solid 8 out of 10 on the firmness level.
According to Sleepopolis, “the best attribute of the Loom and Leaf is the cooling. No expense has been spared regarding the cooling layers and features.”
Details about L&L gel layers:
Loom and Leaf memory foam mattresses have patented spinal-zone technology. The gel panel is layered onto the spinal area promoting ultimate coolness. The gel is also swirled into the top layer of memory foam to further promote a restful night’s sleep.
The spinal gel is also completely non-toxic and stable. Overall, it helps to eliminate pressure points, sleeps cool with maximum comfort, and helps support spinal alignment.
In terms of overall comfort, Sleepopolis gave Loom and Leaf a solid 5 out of 5 stars.
Learn more about Loom & Leaf’s gel layers on Sleepopolis’ YouTube:
Loom and Leaf Sinkage Test
A key concern with any type of mattress is how it conforms and feels in different sleeping positions. All of Sleepopolis’ mattress reviews consists of 3 sinkage tests:
- Laying on the mattress(normal position):The sinkage was rated as minimal with about 1.0-1.5 inches of sinkage.
- Sitting on the edge: The Loom and Leaf mattress faired better than average compared to other memory foam mattresses for sinkage on the edge. Sitting further toward the middle the sinkage was 2 inches and sitting on the very edge the sinkage was 4 inches.
- Standing in the middle: The recorded sinkage for standing in the middle of the mattress was 4 inches.
Overall, all the sinkage tests results faired better than average in comparison to other memory foam mattresses. As for motion transfer, Sleepopolis stated that there was virtually none.
Loom and Leaf Overall Rating
Sleepopolis concluded that the Loom and Leaf mattress would be a good fit for most sleepers.
It has a balanced feel, there are multiple firmness levels, great support, good body contouring, incredibly high quality materials (including green/organic), and the best cooling features I have yet to test in any mattress.