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09 Feb 2021 16:04
  • pmperron
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Hello Mattress Underground,

I wish I found you weeks ago! You’re truly a great resource. Now that I’ve read all I could on your website in regard to my situation, I’d like to have your opinion.

I'm about to return a queen-sized Recore mattress to Goodmorning.com. Too hot for me. I’m a very hot sleeper. Also too firm. I like a mattress that’s more soft than firm.

www.recorebed.ca/shop/recore-latex-mattress/

I mainly sleep on my back, but also on my side. I have a strong built, 6 feet and 225 lbs, v-shaped with broad shoulders and smaller hips. I also have lower back pain from a still-fragile herniated disc.

I’m thinking of going for a 3-4 inch pure Talalay latex comfort layer (semi-firm around 25 ILD), with either a 7-8 inch pure Talalay latex (firm around 35 ILD) or a quality pocket coils support layer.

I'd like to know if it makes sense to you. Is it overkill? Thinner layers are easier to find, and more affordable. I’d like to keep it under $2000 CAD ($1500 USD) all included if possible.

I’m located in Montreal, Canada. The two best rated manufacturers in the Province are located 2 hours away. I trust their quality, and a road trip to test these options is feasable.

matelashoude.com/en/mattresses/le-pure/

matelashoude.com/en/mattresses/le-reve/

www.matelaslapensee.ca/product/comfort-royal-mattress/

Not both though. They’re in opposite directions from home. I think Matelas Lapensee would be opened to tweak that mattress, and migth be negociable, but not Matelas Houde.

There’s also the following mattress very close to home, but I’m worried about the independent sections and the 2 inches of eucalyptus fiber. And there’s no try-out or return.

www.futondor.com/product/beds-and-mattresses/natural-mattresses/boreal-natural-mattress/

Also, this one’s very affordable, but I had a bad experience with a sofa there, and I can't get answers from them. Not very reassuring for a comfort layer with coils.

www.meublesrd.com/en/mattress-dreamstar-017904

I could also contact the following manufacturers for quotes. They’re closer to home than Houde and Labontee. But I’d be starting investigations from scratch.

Laurier Bedding
Provincial Bedding
Princess Mattress
Excellence mattress
Prestige mattress
Luxor mattress

I think if I could keep it between the Comfort Royal mattress from Matelas Labontee (in latex foam) and the Boreal Natural mattress from Futon d’Or, I’d be a very happy man.

I’d make a couple of calls and go test them if I like what I hear.

What do you guys think?

I look forward to your comments.

Thanks for reading me to the end!

- PM
09 Sep 2020 08:05
  • Sensei
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Hey mrs bond,

Welcome to the Mattress Underground :) ! Thanks for your question.

First of all, thanks for all the great articles and advice here! Very helpful. I am looking for sources of DIY Components available in Canada. I have found Memory Foam Comfort but I am wondering if there are any other sites I should consider. I'm looking for a soft top layer (probably Latex) and a cover right now.

Thanks for your kind words regarding the site, happy to hear you're finding the resources here useful. Congrats on your DIY mattress journey! Thanks too for considering expert trusted member MFC , I know that @Mario would be happy to help with any questions you may have of their products.

Below is a listing of Canadian and US manufacturers/retailers who are trusted member manufacturers/ retailers of the TMU that offer DIY mattresses and ship across Canada who you may wish to consider. They are very seasoned in providing good guidance over the phone and fitting their customers with a suitable product in terms of comfort/support needs.

CBH Wood Furniture : Canadian manufacturer of All-Natural beds.
Dormio : Canadian Manufacturer specializing in organic/natural latex mattresses with options that fit all budget ranges.
SnugSleep : has a factory and showroom in North Vancouver, Canada carrying natural latex mattress products.
Arizona Premium Mattress : Phoenix AZ- based manufacturer now offers latex mattresses, latex mattress toppers, latex pillows and the rest of our lineup via standard UPS ground shipping to Canada including Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver and much more.
MFC : Canadian online retailer with a very good selection of latex mattresses and hybrids that close to your budget range.

You can also browse our TMU Trusted Members as there are some US-based companies that provide products to the Canadian market but you'd need to call and check with the current Covid closures. Just for clarity, I don’t make recommendations for stores unless they are a vetted member here of the site. It's become increasingly difficult to maintain listings of all retailers across geographic regions, as those are constantly changing, and most importantly, the confusion it creates among consumer subscribers who incorrectly assumed that these businesses too had met TMU's strict qualification process and were approved members of The Mattress Underground. Hope this helps ;) .

Thanks,
Sensei
30 Jul 2020 19:08
  • zeff
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Hi Befor
I would definitely BUY LOCAL...I agree with Sweetdreams: « Buy from a seller you trust.... "Quality is remembered long after price is forgotten."» Buying a mattress is no easy task. I spent a few months doing research (blogs, forums...stores) so I would'nt go wrong. There are lot's of choices in the city. I bought a 9" 100% talalay latex mattress at Literie Laurier in 2012. One of the best buy of my life. It's still so comfy ...heavenly. Absolutely no regrets
Cheers
Zeff
30 Jul 2020 08:30
  • befor
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I also live in Montreal, and started shopping for a latex queen mattress after sleeping on one during my vacations. I always sleep on the side, and the support has been extremely comfortable on that latex mattress I had for a few days while on vacation.

I read this thread, and the choice in Montreal is seems overwhelming. Lots of vendors, each having a great variety of options.

Also, it seems like good quality latex mattresses bought locally are not on the cheap side (over 2000 CAD, and probably gotta add about 15% taxes).

I have been considering buying from a cheaper source, sleeponlatex.com. They seem have a very good reputation on this forum. Their queen mattress sells for 800 USD. Then of course, there is the shipping cost to Canada (198 USD), taxes and duties (157 USD). That makes the total cost 1154 USD, or 1550 CAD. Still significantly cheaper than local manufacturers and vendors.

One thing I like about this manufacturer is that they have streamlined the options. They now have one single version (8”), and they have sort of “merged” their medium and soft options. As they told me:

“We very recently discontinued the Soft density mattress. When our company first started, the Medium mattress was firmer than how it feels now; and there was a lot of customer feedback that it was firmer than expected. So we softened up the Medium mattress; but we got to a point where the Medium mattress and the Soft mattress were pretty close in feel. Since the firmness adjustment to the Medium mattress, it has become our best seller; and since the Medium and Soft mattress were so close together in feeling, we decided to just phase out the Soft mattress altogether. We've also come to the conclusion that we'd rather have people choose a mattress that is a little too firm and soften it up with a topper. If you go too soft with a mattress, it's a bit tricky trying to firm it up with a Firm topper; and customers were often asking to firm up their Soft mattress.”

That makes the choice, when buying remote without trying the product, much more easy, and that is something I like, it avoids going down the path of analysis paralysis.

Of course, there is one risk: if I don’t like the mattress, they provided options to get rid of the mattress for free, but I would only get refund for the product cost (800 USD, or 1075 CAD). The shipping, taxes and duties cost (355 USD, or 476 CAD) would be lost.

I would like to hear your thoughts about this...?
07 Jul 2020 06:21
  • Sweet Dreams
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mksleep - Congrats on your decision and going with the mattress you felt was superior to all others in comfort and quality from a local seller you trust. As the saying goes... "Quality is remembered long after price is forgotten." Hope that it serves you well and I look forward to your further impressions once you settle in with it.

- Bill
07 Jul 2020 05:30
  • mksleep
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Just a follow-up on our shopping.

We ended up contacting Dormio from the trusted members list but they only have Dunlop and after trying many mattresses we realized we prefer Talalay.

We also visited to Literie Provinciale based on the recommendations in this thread. They had a great price for their king size 6" 36 ILD All Natural Talalay of 2000$ which was the most comfortable out of their selection for us and the service was very good too.

In the end, we decided to go with Matelas Selection even if it was pricier. Our deciding factors were:
1. The service was superb
2. They really customized the mattress to our needs which most other manufacturers couldn't do
3. They're local :)

No other mattress we tried felt remotely close to theirs in terms of comfort for us. It's well worth the premium!
21 Jun 2020 14:08
  • Sensei
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Hey mksleep,

Thanks Sensei, I got so much from reading this site and I felt like I had to give back in a way


Consumer contributions, in particular citing current mattress specs and pricing, are helpful to the forum and much appreciated; thanks again for the good work, mksleep :) .

I have a few questions regarding density and firmness. From what I understand, a higher density means longer durability and higher quality (I may be wrong, please tell me if that's the case).


Latex comfort/ support layers are only partially an indicator of mattress durability, the quality and choice of all components combined contribute to the longevity of a mattress as explored in Phoenix's "Mattress Durability: How Long Will a Mattress Last?" . A person's BMI plays a role in material choice; BMI ranges under 30 require a different comfort/ support system than those BMI ranges of 30+. Density in itself is not an indicator of "quality", more a measurement of the latex's mass.

but I have no idea how to interpret the density number. Can you tell me if 5.25lbs is a good density for Talalay latex foam? What's the typical range for Talalay? Is it similar to Dunlop?


For other consumers following your research, a read of Phoenix's "Latex: Pros and Cons" , "Mattress Comfort Layers: Latex Foam" and "Mattress Support Cores: Latex" are good resources for getting acquainted with the differences in these two latex manufacturing processes. You may find this information from Phoenix's post #2, "Likelihood same Dunlop product is labeled differently (by ILD and "firmness")?" , here are highlights as they relate to your question:

Here are some densities for Talalay Global's blended Talalay (these are accurate within the tolerance of TG blended Talalay) ...
14 ILD ... 2.5 lbs/ft3
19 ILD ... 3.0 lbs/ft3
24 ILD ... 3.4 lbs/ft3
28 ILD ... 3.7 lbs/ft3
32 ILD ... 4.0 lbs/ft3
36 ILD ... 4.3 lbs/ft3
40 ILD ... 4.7 lbs/ft3
44 ILD ... 5.0 lbs/ft3

And some rough guidelines that I believe would apply to manufacturers producing similar densities of 100% natural latex and don't take into account the firmer feel of Dunlop:
EXTRA SOFT 16-18 ... 4.05pcf (64.9 kg/m3)
SOFT 19-22 ... 4.36pcf (69.8 kg/m3)
MEDIUM 23-27 ... 4.67pcf (74.8 kg/m3)
MEDIUM FIRM 28-33 ... 4.98pcf (79.8 kg/m3)
FIRM 34-38 ... 5.30pcf (84.9 kg/m3)
EXTRA FIRM 39-44 ... 5.61pcf (89.9 kg/M3)
X-EXTRA FIRM 45-49 ... 5.92pcf (94.8 kg/m3)

How does a 4 lbs density differ from a 6 lbs density? Is that number even important and relevant to ask when shopping around?


A discussion of latex density would not be as meaningful as understanding your personal sleeping preference and needs. How you "feel" on a mattress is unique to you and the more clearly you can explain those details, the closer you will be to finding the right mattress for you. For more thoughts on that subject, review article "Your Sleep Style, Preferences and Statistics" . As you continue your research, article "Five Steps to Your Perfect Mattress" will help form more questions for discussion. A truly knowledgeable and transparent manufacturer/ retailer, such as the many fine TMU trusted members will also offer their knowledge and expertise to help guide you through the mattress selection process. Hope my response isn't too long-winded as you already have put a great deal of time and energy in your process… ;)

Thanks,
Sensei
19 Jun 2020 19:22
  • mksleep
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Thanks Sensei, I got so much from reading this site and I felt like I had to give back in a way :)

I checked out the Canadian members' websites but I prefer to shop locally. I might reach out to a few to get a better sense of what can be done out of province, doesn't hurt to ask!

I have a few questions regarding density and firmness. From what I understand, a higher density means longer durability and higher quality (I may be wrong, please tell me if that's the case). but I have no idea how to interpret the density number. Can you tell me if 5.25lbs is a good density for Talalay latex foam? What's the typical range for Talalay? Is it similar to Dunlop? How does a 4 lbs density differ from a 6 lbs density? Is that number even important and relevant to ask when shopping around?

Thanks for your help!
19 Jun 2020 19:21
  • chanpou
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We bought a king size latex mattress from Literie Provinciale in 2015. We love it. The softer top layer means no pressure points. When we sleep elsewhere, I always get aches and look forward to getting back to my bed. No regrets, very good quality. We had also bought a queen size for my daughter and she loves it too.
19 Jun 2020 15:48
  • Sensei
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Hey mksleep,

Welcome to The Mattress Underground :) ! Thanks for your question.

Does anyone know of another shop that can customize Talalay firmness with more competitive prices? Is the value of Matelas Selection at 4k worth it and I can't expect to get much lower than that for customizable firmness in 8" Talalay?


Happy to hear that Phoenix's suggestions were helpful to you! Want to thank you too for sharing your comprehensive Montreal-based shopping research with other TMU consumer subscribers, we have many questions about Canadian mattress options and updated information is always appreciated. As you've already investigated TMU suggestions for local store visits, have you considered contacting any of our trusted members?

Here is a listing of Canadian and US manufacturers/retailers who are Trusted Members of our site that carry Latex or all Latex mattresses and ship across Canada that you may wish to consider. They are very seasoned in providing good guidance over the phone and fitting their customers with a suitable product in terms of comfort/support needs.
MFC , Canadian online retailer with a very good selection of latex mattresses and hybrids that close to your budget range.
Restmore Bedding , Canadian manufacturer with a large array of mattress choices latex/ pocket coil, hybrid, springs. They are based in Winnipeg, but you can place an order over the phone.
Dormio , Canadian manufacturer specializing in organic/natural latex mattresses with options that fit all budget ranges.
SnugSleep , has a factory and showroom in North Vancouver, Canada carrying natural latex mattress products.

Also, it was quite amusing to hear each shop defending how Dunlop or Talalay is THE way to go and the other one was bad based on what they were selling


Yes; the debate on the virtues of Dunlop vs Talalay latex is an ongoing conversation. Each of these latex manufacturing processes yield unique properties in terms of their feel, responsiveness and support. For those consumers who are interested, Phoenix's article, "Mattress Comfort Layers" discusses the general differences in the manufacturing of various foams, while the article "Mattress Comfort Layers" focuses on Dunlop and Talalay latex foam properties. TMU trusted member manufacturers use their many years of component expertise and consumer response when designing their products and are skilled at pairing the more appropriate latex layering based on a consumer's preferences/ PPP. Needless to say, both are quality comfort layer materials and the choice of one over the other is entirely a matter of individual preference.

Looking forward to hearing what others have to say and more of your future updates ;) .

Thanks,
Sensei
19 Jun 2020 09:51
  • mksleep
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Hi

I thought I'd share my experience shopping around for a king size latex mattress in Montreal based on a few places named in @Phoenix's post .

Matelas Dauphin: Good service at the location I went to, $2 200 for a 6" Dunlop with ILD 36. Only one firmness available. Also available is a 6" 36 ILD + 2" 19 ILD also in Dunlop, also non customizable for $2 800. I found the first one ok, but the second one too soft.

Matelas Siesta: Good service as well. 2 200$ for a 6" Dunlop with ILD somewhere around 36 (they have their own numbering system and weren't able to really confirm ILD). Again no option to customize the firmness that much, tried two other options which were way too firm or way to soft for me.

Literie Provinciale: Only called but friendly service over the phone. $2 250 for a 6" 36 ILD + 2" 19 ILD 100% Natural Talalay. Seems inexpensive for an 8" 100% Natural Talalay so I'm a bit skeptical on quality. Haven'T tried it but I'm pretty sure the 19 ILD will be too soft for us.

Matelas Sélection: Most knowledgeable and helpful service. $3 340 for a 100% Natural Talalay with 6" 40 ILD core + 2" 28 ILD topper. It was definitely the most comfortable mattress, but also the most expensive by quite a margin. Their latex is 5.25 lbs density, maybe that explains the higher price?

If Matelas Selection would be under 3k I would definitely get that one as the comfort was great, but I'm wondering if it's worth the 1k+ premium. With tax the mattress comes close to $4 000!

Does anyone know of another shop that can customize Talalay firmness with more competitive prices? Is the value of Matelas Selection at 4k worth it and I can't expect to get much lower than that for customizable firmness in 8" Talalay?

Also, it was quite amusing to hear each shop defending how Dunlop or Talalay is THE way to go and the other one was bad based on what they were selling :lol:
19 Apr 2020 01:39
  • Ariella
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Hi Mattress experts!

I just discovered this site two days ago and i am overwhelmed. This is very impressive. I would have loved to have had this site when I was researching best sleeping mattresses 20 years ago!

I searched the forum and found this post that was close to what i might ask.

www.themattressunderground.com/mattress-forum/index/20308-scoliosis-twisted-vertebrae-looking-for-all-natural-latex-bed-please-read-on.html#67223

But decided to put in a new question.
I have scoliosis and have low BMI ( 127lbs 5'8''). I am a dancer and need to have a bed that really rests a sore body. Also in the last year i have been hospitalized and have severe illness so have been spending more time in bed than usual. It was then I noticed my mattress was sagging in the middle. All this has made scoliosis worse.

I have been sleeping on a Talalay latex mattress by Natura organic for 25 years. It was the first ones in Montreal where in live. When I opened the cover to see the condition of the latex, I was surprised that it was dried up cracking , crumbling etc.. Time for a new mattress! I wasn't sure if I wanted to go to Natura again. But I still wish to go with Latex as I won't like synthetic or metal. And due to my financial situation was trying to find a more affordable, but equally quality, option. I am also looking for a frame that has no metal.

The industry is much more sophisticated then when I first purchased latex 25 years ago. And I am overwhelmed by all the info.

I know I want:
-Removable cover made from cotton and wool. Maybe with built in washable wool pad ..
-100% Latex.. ( I still want figure out the Dunlop vs talalay)
- Flippable sounds good but don't understand how this works (more longevity?)
-Not soft and not hard..
-Warranty
- Trial period
- Delivery to or in Canada with large or no shipping fees

Thank you for your help!
Ariella from Montreal
17 Feb 2020 15:54
  • Sensei
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Hey PatG,

Welcome to the TMU Forum :) ! Thanks for your question.

I live in Montreal, QC, Canada and am looking to purchase a mattress with one of our local manufacturers. We are indeed very lucky to have so many around the vicinity. My husband and I have gone to visit many of them but are having a very hard time deciding which mattress is a good fit for us. As you can see, I can not ask one expert company in particular from this site. But, I hope someone can help and offer good advice.


Congrats on your new mattress shopping journey :cheer: ! Hope you will find the resources here useful while researching your options. For a brief overview of using the site, I recommend you read several of Phoenix's guides, the Mattress Shopping Tutorial , for planning your shopping process; The basic functions of a mattress-Overview , explaining the mattress as a sleep system and most importantly Five steps to your perfect mattress-Overview , discussing the importance of site visits and "testing", a step you mentioned you and your husband are working on now.

I am a female 5'4" and 180 lbs with a BMI of 31. I sleep 60-70% of the time on my side and the rest on my back. I toss and turn throughout the night. I have a lot of pressure points and have a hard time getting comfortable. My husband is 5'7" and 220 lbs with a BMI of 35. He sleeps about 90% of his time on his back and sometimes on his side. He does not have any other issues and is not very picky. We currently have an all Talalay Latex mattress that I bought from Literie Provinciale about 9 years ago. It has 6" ILD 36 base and a 2" top layer of ILD 20. I do not like it and never really did for that matter. It feels firm to me when I lie down, I cannot get comfortable. Weirdly, it also seems as though my husband and I sink in a little in the middle of the mattress.


I am sorry to hear that your current mattress is causing you discomfort with your pressure points and support difficulty. For the specs you are describing of your Literie Provinciale mattress, a 3" 20 ILD may have been a better comfort layer over the 6" 36 ILD support layer, providing a more supportive "softer" feeling you describe in your preferences. In very general terms, curvier profiles need thicker comfort layers and heavier bodies need thicker and firmer comfort layers with support layers and materials that are also appropriate to the comfort layers and type of construction. Just curious as far as any other triggers in your sleeping environment: what type pillows are you using and what age are they?

Everywhere we have gone, they tell me that I need a foam mattress with memory foam at the top layer because of how sensitive my body is to the pressure points. I don't really like the feeling of foam. There is no bounce like in a spring/coil mattress, which I miss and like. I tried some hybrid mattresses and like the feeling of them. However, I am afraid that the pressure at which the coils press back against my body will end up hurting me after a few hours on the bed.


Memory foam's greatest advantage is generally considered to be its ability to distribute and relieve pressure. This does not mean however that it is dramatically better than other types of foam, such as latex, that in their softer versions are very close to memory foam in their ability to distribute pressure to levels below personal detection for most people. I'm including these links for understanding the differences in the uppermost/ "comfort layer" and underneath/ "support layer" of mattress construction by Phoenix, Mattress comfort layers- Overview and Mattress support cores-Overview . Here you will find details on how different materials function in their different layers within a mattress construction, other consumers following your research may find them useful as well.

My other issue is that I love the feeling of getting into a bed and feeling like I am sleeping on fluffy cotton...without the sinking in feeling like in a traditional memory foam.
Is it possible to find a mattress that will support 2 heavyset/overweight people and keep their spine in good alignment all the while having a really thick and soft top layer and quilt???


You may consider testing a latex hybrid mattress with a 3" latex topper when visiting one of your local manufacturer's showrooms to get an idea of what "feel" the added inch in the comfort layer would provide. Make sure you both have plenty of time to stretch out and "test" each mattress for at least 15 minutes or so. You mention earlier "they tell me that I need a foam mattress with memory foam at the top layer" because of your sensitivity to pressure points; have you liked any of the mattresses that you have tested and if so, which ones are they? Looking forward to hearing more of your research and hope all goes well.

Thanks,
Sensei
13 Feb 2020 18:09
  • PatG
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Hello,
I live in Montreal, QC, Canada and am looking to purchase a mattress with one of our local manufacturers. We are indeed very lucky to have so many around the vicinity. My husband and I have gone to visit many of them but are having a very hard time deciding which mattress is a good fit for us. As you can see, I can not ask one expert company in particular from this site. But, I hope someone can help and offer good advice.

I am a female 5'4" and 180 lbs with a BMI of 31. I sleep 60-70% of the time on my side and the rest on my back. I toss and turn throughout the night. I have a lot of pressure points and have a hard time getting comfortable.
My husband is 5'7" and 220 lbs with a BMI of 35. He sleeps about 90% of his time on his back and sometimes on his side. He does not have any other issues and is not very picky.

We currently have an all Talalay Latex mattress that I bought from Literie Provinciale about 9 years ago. It has 6" ILD 36 base and a 2" top layer of ILD 20. I do not like it and never really did for that matter. It feels firm to me when I lie down, I cannot get comfortable. Weirdly, it also seems as though my husband and I sink in a little in the middle of the mattress.

Everywhere we have gone, they tell me that I need a foam mattress with memory foam at the top layer because of how sensitive my body is to the pressure points. I don't really like the feeling of foam. There is no bounce like in a spring/coil mattress, which I miss and like. I tried some hybrid mattresses and like the feeling of them. However, I am afraid that the pressure at which the coils press back against my body will end up hurting me after a few hours on the bed.

My other issue is that I love the feeling of getting into a bed and feeling like I am sleeping on fluffy cotton...without the sinking in feeling like in a traditional memory foam.
Is it possible to find a mattress that will support 2 heavyset/overweight people and keep their spine in good alignment all the while having a really thick and soft top layer and quilt???

Thank you! :)
Pat
11 Feb 2020 10:15
  • Lu1968
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First time posting here. Not sure where to place my question exactly since I can't do it under General. Is there a separate sub-category for Canada that I haven't found yet??

I'm female, 5'2", 135 lbs, side sleeper, back/neck pain (old injury). Currently sleeping on a Serta pillow top, which I hate, bought it 4 yrs ago and its been killing me for the past 2 yrs. Basically feels like I'm sleeping on springs. I wake up with pressure pains in my hips mostly. It doesn't sink in enough to kick in the warranty (1.5 in).

I once slept on a Tempurpedic for a week and was ready to throw it out the window. I have never been so sore in my life. So, the all foam mattresses scare me!

I've been reading around this site for the past few months, checking various websites, narrowed my choices again and again and again. Thought I found what I wanted, and then reading here I'm even more confused my head is spinning. I didn't realize I needed a degree in mattress construction! I really appreciate the knowledge you all possess and am thankful there is a non-biased (I think?) forum because I really hate the used car mattress salesmen in the showrooms.

I read all the recommended tips and articles, searched the forum and am still not finding what would work best for my needs.

I'd prefer a Bed in a Box company, mainly because of the lengthy trial period, and no hassle returns. I'm already out a few hundred dollars because of the S brand I currently have that's not that old.

I've always preferred FIRM but am shying away from the traditional innerspring like I currently have and opting for a possible pocketed coil and LATEX. Latex because of all the pro's of latex over memory foam (density, durability, cool factor). I don't want all latex because of my horrible experience with Tempurpedic.

My choices seem limited because I'm in CANADA. I know several companies ship here but I can't imagine dealing with the hassle of returning if needed, shipping costs (many are not free to CAD), customs fees, etc etc etc.

I thought I would go with Logan & Cove or Casper. But the L&C has lower density foam (not latex), warranty doesn't cover until 2" body impressions (which is the highest I've seen) and the Casper hybrid seems way too soft.

I know there are local mattress companies like Matelas Selection (I'm in MONTREAL) but they allow one exchange only, 21-45 day trial period, transportation fees. I'm really nervous about shelling out a few thousand bucks and ending up with a sagging mattress and more back pain on day 46.

Cost is not an issue. Not because I'm rich and can afford a $10K mattress but because I have not slept well for the past 7 yrs, have extreme back pain, insomnia, and would sell my soul to the debil for a consistent good night sleep.

So, my question: Are there other reputable BIB companies in CANADA, offering hybrid pocketed coils AND latex, that would meet my needs?

THANK YOU!!!
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