Saatva Mattress Canada

See how the Saatva Mattress stacks up against Silk & Snow We've provided an in-depth review of the Saatva Mattress brand and taken the opportunity to compare it against Silk & Snow, one of the leading Canadian Mattress Brands. If you’d like to jump right to the review, click the link here.  
What Makes Silk & Snow Different
True High-Density Foam
At Silk & Snow, we only use 4lb high-density memory foam in all of our foam mattresses, which is one of the highest quality foams in the industry. 4lb means your mattress will maintain it's wonderful level of comfort for a long period of time. Saatva uses 1.8lb foam in their Hybrid Mattress.
Total Transparency
We stand by our products and what goes in to them. That’s why we offer total transparency and disclose everything about our materials and manufacturers. Saatva does not do this.
Canadian Coils
Our Hybrid and Organic Mattresses use 1000 (Queen Size) 8" coils, forged in Canada by Canadian steel, ensuring unparalleled support and quality. Saatva does not disclose where their coils are manufactured.
Silk & Snow vs Saatva Mattress
Silk & Snow
Silk & Snow
SAATVA CLASSIC MATRESS
SAATVA CLASSIC MATRESS
Price $600 - $1600 CAD $849 - $1999 USD
Country of Origin Canada U.S.A.
True Trial Period?
Full Refund

Return Fee
High-Density 4lb Memory Foam
1.5lb in Hybrid Model
Certi-PUR US Certified?
Motion Isolating?
Warranty 15 Year Warranty 15 Year Warranty
Silk & Snow vs Saatva Firmness
At Silk & Snow, we offer various different models of mattresses with varying levels of firmness, and Saatva does the same. If you’d like to compare this in more detail, you can jump ahead to the "Saatva Mattress Construction and Materials", where we will analyze and break down the firmness and feel of each mattress Saatva offers.
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Our original premium responsive foam meets springy pocketed coils
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Our all natural, foam-free mattress
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Saatva Mattress Review

If you'd like to dive deeper into the details, we have provided an in-depth analysis of the Saatva Mattress brand.
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Saatva Mattress Overview

Saatva was founded in 2011 by Ron Rudzin and Ricky Joshi, both entrepreneurs with prior experience in the furniture industry. Their first mattress offered was the Saatva Luxury Mattress, which has since been rebranded as the "Saatva Classic". Saatva currently only offers their mattresses to customers who reside in the United States of America.

Saatva Construction and Materials

All of the mattresses in the Saatva range are manufactured in the U.S.A, and the composition of each mattress varies between the different models of mattress that they offer.

The Saatva Classic Mattress features a Hybrid construction (just like our Hybrid Mattress), with both polyurethane foam and coils. The cover of the Saatva Classic is made from Organic Cotton. The Saatva Classic also features a pillowtop, which is made from 1.5-1.8lb foam, and is 3" in width. Following the pillow top, the main comfort layer of the Saatva Classic Mattress is comprised of 4" pocket coils, which provide additional support. This is followed by a base layer of innerspring coils, which increase the support of the mattress further. While the Saatva Classic comes in three optional levels of firmness, the composition of each firmness level remains the same throughout.

The Saatva Loom & Leaf is Saatva's all-foam mattress. This mattress features the same Organic Cotton cover as the Saatva Classic. This is followed up by a comfort layer comprised of 2" of gel-infused memory foam, which is then followed up by another 2" layer of conventional memory foam. The transition layer of the Loom & Leaf is comprised of 2" of 1.8lb polyurethane foam, which is then supported by the base layer of 5.5" of 1.8lb polyurethane foam.

Lastly, the Saatva Latex Hybrid uses latex in the composition of the mattress, much like our S&S Organic Mattress. The cover of the Saatva Latex Hybrid uses Organic Cotton, just like the other models Saatva offers. This is followed by a layer of wool, which acts as a fire retardant. Next is the main comfort layer of the mattress, which is comprised of 3" of Talalay latex. This is then followed up by the supportive base layer, which in this case is comprised of 8" pocket coils.

Saatva Mattress Firmness and Feel

Since most of the mattresses in the Saatva range have optional levels of firmness, the feel of each mattress can vary based on which firmness option is chosen. We will analyze each of the different options of firmness levels within each model of mattress that Saatva offers.

First, we'll take a look at the Saatva Classic. In our testing we rated the "Plush Soft" option of firmness at a 4/10 (on a scale from very soft to very firm). This mattress is among the softest we've ever tested, so we strictly recommend this one for sleepers who prefer soft mattresses. The pillow stop layer is plush and cloud-like, and the contouring effect of the memory foam is very prominent. Light-weight sleepers may enjoy this firmness as well. For the "Luxury Firm" option, we rated it as a 6.5/10 in our testing. This mattress is closer to a medium-firm feel, and is recommend for most side sleepers and back sleepers. While the contouring effects of the memory foam are present, they are not as prominent as in the softer options of firmness. The responsiveness of the pocket coils and innerspring coils can be sensed as well! Lastly, we rated the "Firm" option of the Saatva Classic at a 8/10 in terms of firmness. This mattress is strictly for the firm mattress enthusiasts, as the contouring effects of the memory foam are not present at all. We recommend this firm mattress for heavy sleepers and back sleepers.

The Loom & Leaf also has two separate options for firmness ratings, which change the overall feel of the mattress as a whole. We rated the "Relaxed Firm" option at a 6/10 in terms of firmness. This mattress features the contouring effects of memory foam, and the mattress will cradle your body as you sleep. The base layer foam provides a reasonable level of support, and this mattress will work for most varieties of sleepers. Conversely, we rated the "Firm" option of the Loom & Leaf at an 8/10 in terms of firmness. This mattress is strictly recommended for those who prefer firmer mattresses, as the cradling effects of the memory foam are not present at all in the "firm" version of the Loom & Leaf. This version is firm, responsive, and recommended for heavy sleepers and pure back sleepers.

The Latex Hybrid does not feature any separate firmness options, so only one firmness is available for the mattress. In our testing, we rated the Saatva Latex Hybrid at a 7.5/10 in terms of firmness. This mattress is very responsive, which is typical of a latex mattress. The Talalay latex layer does not posses any of the contouring effect you'd find in a typical memory foam mattress, and possesses a prominently firm feel. We recommend this mattress for heavy sleepers, back sleepers, and sleepers who are looking for mattresses that use organic materials, like our S&S Organic Mattress.

Where Can I Buy the Saatva Mattress?

Currently, Saatva Mattresses are only available to customers residing in the United States, and can be purchased only through their website.

Saatva Mattress Smell

Some customers have reported some minimal off-gassing in their mattresses from Saatva. To mitigate this issue, we recommend you let your Saatva mattress off-gas for a period of 48h before sleeping on it.

The History of Saatva

As previously mentioned, Saatva was founded in 2011 in Austin, Texas by entrepreneurs Ron Rudzin and Ricky Joshi, who established the company as a response to the frustrations present within traditional mattress retail, just like our founders discovered when establishing Silk & Snow. While the first mattress launched by Saatva was their "Saatva Luxury Mattress" (Now the "Saatva Classic"), Saatva has gone on to introduce multiple different varieties of mattress, including their most recent offering; the Zenhaven Mattress, which is an all-latex mattress launched in 2016.

Saatva Discount, Promo, Coupon Codes

Saatva is currently offering a $200 discount on orders of $1000 or more, and they do offer additional discounts and coupons throughout the year, so keep your eyes peeled!

Saatva Mattress Price

Saatva Classic Mattress  
Size Price
Twin $849 USD
Twin XL $849 USD
Full $1199 USD
Queen $1299 USD
King $1699 USD
Cal King $1699 USD
Split Cal King $1899 USD


Loom & Leaf Mattress  
Size Price
Twin $899
Twin XL $999 USD
Full $1499 USD
Queen $1599 USD
King $1899 USD
Cal King $1899 USD
Split King $2198 USD
Split Cal King $2276 USD


Saatva Latex Hybrid  
Size Price
Twin $899 USD
Twin XL $1049 USD
Full $1399 USD
Queen $1599 USD
King $1999 USD
Cal King $1999 USD
Split King $2298 USD