While Spring Air previewed its Four Seasons collection to gauge retailer reaction at the summer market, the company is officially launching its reimagined, iconic Four Seasons brand at the winter Las Vegas Market.
Featuring top-tier materials such as Joma wool, Serene foam and Talalay latex, the Four Seasons collection encompasses five mattresses in various comfort choices. The beds integrate specialized fibers that help consumers stay cool in the spring and summer, and luxe, natural-wool fibers to keep them warm throughout the fall and winter seasons.
The Four Seasons lineup is supported by marketing materials inspired by ski resorts, complete with vintage posters. As such, cover designs showcase lodge-inspired tartan plaids, tweeds, herringbone patterns, etched leathers and snowflake-dusted covers for the cool side, complemented by a quilted leaf pattern for the warm side.
Retail prices for the Four Seasons line range from $1,599 to $2,599 in queen size.
“These are not just double-sided beds,” says 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.”
The manufacturer says it originated the concept of multiseason comfort in the 1990s with its first-generation Four Seasons product, with two-sided mattresses that featured high-quality wool on one side, and cooling fibers on the other. The mattresses are now designed for year-round temperature regulation.
The new line can be seen in Spring Air’s main showroom at A-701.