Casper cuts out the fluff
Mattress buying can get pretty expensive, but you can get a Casper mattress for as little as $500 for a twin, and up to $950 for a king. They don’t screw around with huge showrooms, overstocked inventories, or inefficient shipping that tend to drive up prices. So you can take the hundreds of extra bucks you save to buy yourself a cake, and eat it too on your new bed.
It’s as American as your bald eagle boxers
All the materials, from the knit fabrics to the three different kinds of memory foam, are made in the US. The mattress is hand-sewn in South Carolina & Illinois, and manufactured in Georgia. Ok, and there’s one woven textile from Belgium for the side border. Chocolate’s not the only thing that country has going for it.
They set it on fire
This isn’t a joke, they lit that thing up—beds in America have to pass crazy burn tests, and that includes holding a multi-burner torch to the bed and seeing how the fire-barrier holds up. The sock that protects the Casper mattress is made with yarn that has a silica core that helps create a char barrier, and suffocates the flame’s oxygen. So instead of using chemicals, it basically melts on itself to put fire out. Never forget the sock sacrifice.