Sleep hot? Sleep cold? Spring Air’s new line flips for customized comfort

WOBURN, Mass. – Following up on its sneak peak offering of Four Seasons last summer, Spring Air International has finalized its redesigned brand for the winter Las Vegas Market, Jan. 28-Feb. 1.

The Four Seasons five-model mattress lineup is designed with Joma wool, Serene foam and Talalay latex. The double-sided beds feature a cooling fabric on one side for hot sleepers and a wool cover on the other side for a cozy, warm sleep. Cover fabrics for the lineup include tartan plaid, tweed, herringbone and etched leathers. The cool side is dressed in a snowflake patterned cover, while the warm side features a quilted leaf pattern.

“These are not just double-sided beds,” said Nick Bates, president of Spring Air. “While the mattress industry prioritizes cool sleep, it doesn’t always align with people’s sleeping preferences in colder seasons. Along with our focus on cooling aspects in our product collections like Grand Hybrid, we’re also dedicated to providing our customers with year-round comfort. The new Four Seasons collection delivers on that promise.”

Retail prices for the Four Seasons collection range from $1,599 to $2,599 in queen size.

Spring Air introduced the first generation Four Season in the 1990s and offered a preview to select retailers last summer to gauge reaction before the official rollout later this month.

The new line can be seen in Spring Air’s main showroom at A-701 during the Las Vegas Market.

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