Airweave Portable: The Mattress That Travels With You
Courtesy of Airweave
Have you ever wished while traveling that you could find a mattress as comfortable as yours back home? Now you can with the Airweave Portable. Originally developed in Japan for elite athletes, this mattress topper uses a proprietary interwoven fiber technology that results in a good night’s sleep each and every night you are on the road.
Athletes in Japan longed for the consistent comfort of renowned Japanese futons when sleeping in various hotels around the world. The answer was the airfiber mattress topper that is designed for ease of movement, maximum breathability, and support. The dual-mode mattress features one side that is softer and another that is firmer, allowing the user to customize the type of support they prefer.
Compared to memory foam or spring mattresses, Airweave’s fibers quickly adjust to your body’s movements, resulting in increased support, according to the manufacturer. Weighing in at just 11 pounds, the Airweave comes neatly packed in its own carrying case and can be checked in as luggage on your next flight.
Airweave was the official mattress supplier of the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) as well as the USA Swimming, USA Diving, and USA Volleyball teams. The company provided 300 of their mattresses to American athletes competing in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Some of their other global partners include The Ritz chain of hotels in Paris, the Royal Ballet School in London, and Japan Airlines.
The Airweave Portable is listed at $570 on the company’s website.
FTC Disclosure: This was a sponsored item, however, all opinions herein are the author’s.