How it is manufactured and how it arrives:
Hybrid mattresses It is known for its ability to combine the best spring and foam mattresses in one design – and this Aware selection is no exception. The medium-rigid design combines pressure-relieving Dunlop latex and individually wrapped coils to provide targeted support for your shoulders and thighs.
The coils not only reduce transmission, but also ensure there’s plenty of airflow to keep you cool despite the pressure-relieving latex layer (which actually runs cooler than memory foam). There’s also a fleece outer covering that wicks away moisture for added impact.
The more luxurious of the brand’s two models, it scores 6.5 out of 10 on the Awara hardness scale. When shipped and boxed, the Premier has four knobs for easy setup and positioning.
We love that Awara has ton from certifications, such as Rainforest Alliance, Greenguard Gold and Standard 100 from OEKO-TEX. Plus, using more environmentally friendly materials means there aren’t any off-gassing odors as it expands.
What customers say:
Aura has overwhelmingly positive opinions. “No more back, shoulder or hip pain. No more tossing and turning all night,” exclaimed one shopper. Others complement its cooling properties, natural materials, and the fact that it doesn’t emit any odor while opening the box.
On the other hand, some people say this mattress is either too hard or too soft for their convenience – and there is only one choice for firmness. Fortunately, if you want to try out Awara for yourself, you’ll have a full year to decide if it’s right for you.