Leesa Mattress

Aug 6, 2018

Category: Living

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Sleep could very well be one of the most non-discriminatory acts known to man. No matter who you are or where you come from, getting a good night’s rest is imperative for a productive next day. What’s not mandatory, however, is sleeping on a sub-par mattress. That’s where Leesa comes into play.

Driven by their mission to provide a superior night’s rest, Leesa not only builds their mattresses to please, but donates one to a shelter for every ten sold via their One-Ten Program. They’re also planting one tree for every mattress sold and donating 1% of each employee’s time to volunteer for local causes for good measure. As for the mattresses themselves, each Leesa Mattress features their Universal Adaptive Feel technology that comes complete with three premium foam layers: a 2-inch Avena top layer for cooling, 2-inch memory foam middle layer for pressure relief, and a 6-inch dense core layer for superior durability and structure. Best of all, they’re running a Memorial Day promotion for $160 off for a limited time. Available now.

Purchase: $525+

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