Why Mammoth Performance?

Why Mammoth Performance?

Mammoth's Medical Grade Foam is so good that we can sell it without VAT if you have a chronic back problem.
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Why Mammoth Performance?

What are the 3 Posture Zones?

The Mammoth Performance Mattress has 3 distinct sections. Sections 1 and 3 (head and foot end) are slightly softer and have greater pliability. This allows the head, neck, shoulders and legs to have more circulation which helps recover stiffness within muscles. Section 2 (torso) is slightly firmer to give greater support for the heaviest section of your body. This results in improved spinal alignment throughout the night.

The Tencel Stretch Cover

This unique cover stretches in all directions and allows your body to fully mould into the mattress. It removes any hammock affect where part of your body will be incorrectly or unnaturally supported. The cover is Hypo-allergenic, absorbs excess moisture and dries more quickly than cotton using the airflow through the mattress. It is made from completely sustainable, biodegradable resources and generates no hazardous bi-products.

Style and Sizes

The Mammoth Performance comes in 3 styles - 20cm, 22cm and 25cm - and available in all standard UK mattress sizes. The 20 and 22cm are purely Medical Grade Foam, whereas the 25cm is separated into 21cm of Medical Grade Foam and 4cm of Super-Soft Latex. As you could imagine the 25cm mattress has a more luxury feel, but this can take away performance of the Medical Grade Foam. The differences between the 20cm and 22cm are subtle, but some of the more sensitive individuals can feel like a big difference. It is worth trying them both to compare.

Elite Sports Endorsements

The use of this mattress has also been great benefits within the sports and athletics worlds. The superior nights sleep gained from using this the Mammoth Performance Mattress allows them to train longer and harder. Users include Greg Rutherford (Track & Field Athlete), Joel Jameson (Elite Ironman Athlete) and Liz Yelling (Long-Distance Runner).