Puffy Mattress Materials & Design
Puffy makes their mattresses with CertiPUR-US® certified foams, which means they’re free of ozone depletors, harmful flame retardants, formaldehyde, heavy metals and other harmful chemicals. Here’s a peek under the covers of a Puffy Mattress:
The Top Layer:
Puffy’s patented stain-resistant Cloud Cover is hypoallergenic and Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 Certified, which means the fabric has been tested and certified to be free from harmful levels of more than 100 substances known to be harmful to human health. Bonus: Puffy’s Cloud Cover is removable and washable.
The Middle Layers:
In the middle are two layers that make up Puffy’s comfort system. First, a two-inch layer of Cooling Cloud™ foam, a gel-infused visco polyurethane foam that’s manufactured with a process called Variable Pressure Foaming (VPF), which is cleaner for the environment than other methods. This layer is designed to be highly adaptive, breathable and gently conform to the body.
Beneath the Cooling Cloud™ layer is Puffy’s Climate Comfort™ layer, two inches of pressure-relieving cooling foam that cradles the body. This layer is called a transition layer because it acts as a transition between the softer comfort layer above and the firmer support layer below. Transition layers provide the feeling of being “hugged” by the mattress.
The Bottom Layers:
The bottom layers of the Puffy Mattress are made up of a durable support layer and a non-slip cover.
Puffy’s support layer is constructed of a breathable polyurethane foam that uses the same VPF manufacturing process as the Cooling Cloud™ layer. This high-density foam base is six inches high and helps stabilize your mattress, improve spinal alignment and eliminate pressure points.
Wrapping it all up is the Grip Base Cover, which helps eliminate mattress movement.
Where are Puffy Mattresses Made?
All Puffy mattresses are designed, manufactured, assembled and sewn in the U.S.