In 1736 French Explorers discovered American natives playing with crude rubber balls, making rubber shoes and drinking out of rubber bottles. The explorers went on to debut their findings of the natural rubber in France. Throughout the years rubber began to serve many purposes from an eraser or a rubber band to a hose or a set of tires. In 1962 foam rubber mattresses, also known as latex mattresses, enjoyed their peak in popularity among Americans.
So why is latex such a superior component in mattresses? Well, there are a number of reasons: Talalay latex provides excellent pressure point relief; it offers up to 33% more relief than conventional foams and materials. Latex is incredibly durable and does not break down easily, body impressions will become a thing of the past. Talalay latex is also extremely supportive and will keep your spine properly aligned throughout the entirety of the night. Latex is breathable and sleeps temperature neutral. It is also uniquely healthy as it is hypoallergenic, dust mite resistant, and antimicrobial.
Here at Parklane we offer a wide variety of mattresses that contain Talalay latex. We offer models which have layers of Talalay latex over top a firm and supportive core. We also offer models for those who love latex but are also looking for advanced motion transfer reduction. Our latex mattresses can fit the needs of any combination of sleep styles or sleeping habits.