Why We Use Merino In Our Mattress

Merino wool is a type of wool derived from the fleece of Merino sheep, a breed known for producing some of the finest and softest wool fibres available. Merino wool is often used in high-quality outdoor clothing, performance sportswear, and activewear due to its ability to regulate body temperature and keep the wearer comfortable in various conditions. It is also used in luxurious items, such as mattresses, because of its softness.


Despite its lightweight and soft texture, Merino wool is an excellent insulator, providing warmth in cold weather. It can also regulate body temperature, keeping you comfortable in varying conditions.


Merino wool fibres have natural moisture-wicking properties, allowing them to absorb and release moisture vapor. This helps keep you dry and comfortable by preventing the build up of sweat.

One of our mattresses that has a layer of Merino is The Monarch.