Estee Bedding’s Made to Ride mattresses have been unveiled with the promise of extra comfort for those who are spending the night in a sleeper, and the Dreamliner product tops them all.
The top layer is made of a hybrid memory foam that helps keep sleepers cool as temperatures rise. The middle foam layer delivers the dynamic support, and a layer of micro coils adds the stability, comfort and four-way flexibility – especially at the mattress edges. The core support comes from a base layer of high-density foam.
Everything is encased in a fire-retardant stretch-knit cover, while a non-skid bottom keeps the mattress in place.
Unlike a traditional memory foam, the hybrid foams in a Made to Ride mattress won’t heat up in warm weather or feel stiff when temperatures drop, the company says.