For years, memory foam mattresses have been considered the consumer standard. The greatest selling point of any memory foam mattress is the immersion properties — in other words, how great a mattress feels when you first bring it
The problem is that although memory foam may feel wonderful upon initial contact, it is a major conductor of body heat. Foam compresses over time, so, the breathability factor continually deteriorates, escalating the problem of waking up sweaty.
In addition, while memory foam does display immersive qualities, it does not display quality rebound characteristics. That means that, over time, it will sag and retain areas where you regularly sleep.
The introduction of AirString into the residential mattress market is a breakthrough in sleep technology. Airstring is 90 percent air, which allows the user to have a much cooler sleep — an important factor for better rest according to all sleep experts.
Its interwoven nest-like structure gives the inner core enormous capacity to rebound into its original shape. AirString allows for full body support for years with no sag or pressure points.
Mattresses with AirString technology will be available in 2017 from multiple major vendors.