Spring Air used to be a bigger contender years ago, but has lost a lot of ground in recent days. Most of their mattresses are traditional with an innerspring and foam cushioning.
Spring Air has some cheaper beds but can also price higher with typical mattress costing anywhere from $600 to $2,000. Spring Air advertises that it uses a lot of “eco friendly” materials for their mattresses such as bamboo infused silver fabric, natural latex, and eco wood.
Spring Air has a comparably lower owner satisfaction rate than most other mattress companies. They also use fairly average to low grade foams for their cushioning. Spring Air has many of the same complaints of body indentations and sagging as other mattresses that use foam. They also feel comfortable for the first 5 minutes of lying on one, but begin to sink in further and further making sleeping more painful.