Combo Latex Mattress

By Portland Mattress Makers
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Price including options

$3,630.00 ea
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Looking for a way to get a great night's sleep? Our high quality, American made Combo Latex Mattress might be just what you're searching for. Made from natural Dunlop and Talalay latex, this mattress is extemely durable, anti-microbial and dust mite resistant. Consisting of a 6" molded natural latex core, 2" natural Talalay Latex topper and finished with a 1" thick organic cotton cover. For additional padding 2 layers of Joma Wool are quilted into the cover. Total thickness is 10". Customize with your choice of medium or firm. Made from sustainably harvested rubber tree sap. Made in New England and provided with a 10 year warranty.  Due to federal and state regulations we cannot accept returns on mattresses. All mattress sales are final.

Base Price Represents 60"W x 80"L queen size mattress

Shown In Natural Dunlop and Talalay latex with organic cotton and wool cover

Size  Width    Length    Height  
Twin 38" 74" 10"
Full 53" 74" 10"
Queen 60" 80" 10"
King 76" 80" 10"
Cal King 72" 84" 10"

Construction Details:

  • Handcrafted in New England, using eco-friendly materials
  • 2” Layer Natural Organic Cotton and Joma Wool Cover
  • 2” Layer Talalay Latex
  • 6” Layer Dunlop Latex
  • Customize in your choice of firmness
  • Made to order


Dunlop Latex:

The Rubber Tree sap is first placed in a centrifuge and whipped into a froth. From there it is poured into a mold and steam baked. During the process sediments settle to bottom of the mold giving the latex a firmer consistency, especially on the bottom of the mattress. This makes the mattress firmer and more durable.


Talalay Latex:

The process used for making Talalay latex is a much newer process than the Dunlop method. The Rubber Tree sap is first placed in a centrifuge and whipped into a froth. After it is poured into the mold it is placed in a vacuum chamber where it is flash frozen and baked. This process prevents the sediments from settling, unlike with the Dunlop technique. By preventing the sediments from settling it makes the mattress softer, more durable, and gives it an overall more consistent feel.