In their Loom and Leaf review, the unbiased mattress review site Slumber Sage discussed some of the key aspects of the ultra-premium memory foam mattress.
Overall, their mattress review focused on details such as:
- Pros and Cons of Loom and Leaf mattress
- Brief comparison to Tempur-Pedic
- How Loom and Leaf doesn’t sleep hot
- The overall feel and comfort of the memory foam mattress
Slumber Sage also overviewed and rated customer service, trial period, value and who the mattress would be ideal for in terms of sleep quality.
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Pros and Cons of Loom and Leaf Mattress
In their review, Slumber Sage listed four pros of the Loom and Leaf:
- Comfort – highlighted on the point that the mattress is “very stable” and “contours to your body very subtly.”
- Sleeps Cool – focused on reviewing how certain features of the mattress allow it sleep cool despite the fact that most memory foam mattresses tend to sleep hot.
- Fine Details – noted how the mattress has some great final touches(such as organic cotton covering) that are both aesthetically pleasing and add to the overall feel of the mattress.
- Price – stated that while the price might be a little high for some people’s budget, the quality and value of the mattress over the long run is well worth the price.
In contrast to the pros, Slumber Sage listed three cons of the Loom and Leaf:
- No Brand Name yet – noted that since Loom and Leaf is a relatively new mattress brand, they are lacking brand recognition and trust. This will change over time though as the mattress brand establishes itself.
- No Long-Term Data – focused on the fact that no one really knows yet exactly how the mattress will hold up over time since it’s new on the mattress scene. Loom and Leaf has a 15-year warranty and a ‘Fairness Replacement Option’ in place for major issues, though.
- Not Suitable for All Sleepers – highlighted that while Loom and Leaf is a high-quality memory foam mattress, it won’t appeal to all sleepers. Some people will be happier on an innerspring, air bed, or hybrid mattress.
How Loom and Leaf Compares to Tempur-Pedic
In their comparison review, Slumber Sage stated that the “specs of the (Loom and Leaf) mattress are equivalent to a Tempurpedic mattress”.
In this section, Slumber Sage compared the foam density, cover, and price point of the Loom and Leaf to the Tempur-Pedic (Contour Rhapsody Luxe model).
- Foam Density – considered the foam density of the Loom and Leaf to be equally matched to the Tempur-Pedic.
- Cover – favored Loom and Leaf’s cover since it consists of quilted, organic cotton that is “incredibly soft and comfortable to the touch.”
- Price – noted how the Loom and Leaf has the huge advantage in this category. Their queen mattress costs $999 while the Tempurpedic Contour Rhapsody Luxe (queen) costs $3500.
For a more comprehensive comparison of how the Loom and Leaf compares to the Tempur-Pedic, check out this mattress side-by-side comparison chart.
How Does the Loom and Leaf Sleep?
While most memory foam mattresses tend to sleep hot, Slumber Sage was impressed with the fact that Loom and Leaf sleeps relatively cool. Slumber Sage hightailed that “gel-infused” memory foam doesn’t actually make a difference in heat reduction.
In their review, the mattress guide site stated there are only two methods that actually help a memory foam mattress sleep cool. These methods include having a “gel layer laminated on top of the memory foam and having eco-friendly foams.” Loom and Leaf uses both of these methods to help their memory foam mattress sleep “cooler.”
You can find out more about the overall comfort/support, mattress layers, sinkage test, and pros and cons in Slumber Sage’s Youtube video below:
Is the Loom and Leaf the Right Mattress Choice for You?
This mattress is the right choice for you if you tend to favor memory foam mattresses and need a supportive mattress. It’s also a great choice for you if you are heavier and/or if you have any level of back pain.
As Slumber Sage noted, while Loom and Leaf is a high-quality memory foam mattress it might not be ideal for all sleepers. If you are used to sleeping on an innerspring mattress, then this might not be the right mattress for you.
Slumber Sage concluded their Loom and Leaf review with the following:
If you are willing to spend $1,200+ on a mattress, I strongly suggest looking into Loom and Leaf. The value really is fantastic and the company spared no expense in making the mattress as high-quality as possible.