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Avocado Green Mattress Review

Founded in 2015 as an eco-conscious answer to the bed-in-a-box boom, Avocado has since grown into one of the premier green companies in the sleep space. Combining 100% Dunlop latex with 100% GOTS Organic certified wool & cotton and recycled steel coils, the brand’s flagship hybrid mattress aims to be as comfortable as it is easy on the environment.

But a bed can’t rest on green laurels alone, so I’ll be putting it through my series of rigorous tests to figure out how it feels, how it sleeps and whether or not it might just be the mattress of your dreams!

Continue reading below for my full review of the Avocado mattress. Don’t have time to read it all? Click here to skip to the bottom and check out my review summary.

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Avocado Mattress
Avocado Mattress

Composed of 100% natural latex and pocketed coils, the Avocado is as eco-conscious as it is comfortable. Save $100 off your purchase with our exclusive discount!


Avocado’s Standard Green Mattress features a simple two-layer design of latex and pocketed coils, measuring up to an 11” profile. The combination of materials is intended to create a sleeping experience that’s as pressure-relieving as it is supportive all while providing the sleeper with plenty of bounce.

Now let’s jump on into this bed to further investigate its hybrid construction!

Avocado Front
Queen size version of the Avocado Green Mattress

I should note that the Green Mattress also comes in a Pillow-Top version, which includes an extra 2” layer of latex up top for added comfort.

Cover – Built with organic cotton and quilted with organic wool, the cover of the Green Mattress is super soft and gentle, providing the sleeper with immediate comfort.

Avocado Cover
Close up of the cover of the Avocado mattress

Comfort Layer – Under the cover, you’ll find 2” of all-natural dunlop latex. This material has some great bounce to it and works to keep the sleeper positioned on top of the bed. Another fantastic benefit of latex is that it’s naturally cooling, so will help to regulate temperature throughout the mattress. You’ll also notice that this layer is perforated with small holes, which help with breathability and airflow.

Support Layer – Making up the bulk of the bed is an 8” section of pocketed support coils. These springs double down on the bounce in the comfort layer, imbuing the structure with a buoyant lift. This layer is also broken down into three separate zones, intended to bring targeted relief to different parts of the body.

Avocado Construction
The layers of the Avocado Green Mattress

All-Natural Beds

Since I’ll be throwing around the terms “all-natural” and “organic” a lot in this review, I thought I’d give you all a quick break down of some of the pros and cons associated with beds made up of natural materials.

Pros: One of the biggest pros of an organic bed is that you’ll usually know exactly from where all its various materials have been sourced. This can provide a lot of clarity and reassurance to the consumer, especially if it’s important for you to know the practice behind the process. The overall production also generally results in a smaller carbon footprint, which can be a big selling point for eco-friendly sleepers.

Cons: Given all these great benefits, one of the most significant detractors is cost. Locally sourcing materials and ensuring the best in organic product can be expensive, so “green beds” often come with a hefty price-tag. Thankfully, the Avocado is pretty reasonably priced with a Queen size coming in at $1,399.


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Avocado Mattress
Avocado Mattress

Composed of 100% natural latex and pocketed coils, the Avocado is as eco-conscious as it is comfortable. Save $100 off your purchase with our exclusive discount!

After taking a look at the construction of the Avocado, let’s chat about the firmness and feel. I started off by applying light hand pressure to the mattress and found that I was immediately interacting with the gentle wool and cotton blended into the cover. As I pushed in further, I encountered the bounce of both the latex foam and the pocketed coil system.

Avocado Hand Press
Pressing into the Avocado Green Mattress

Since folks of different sizes and weights are going to feel firmness differently, I decided to bring in three other testers to help me figure out how firm the Avocado is. To do this, we each took a turn lying on the mattress, gave it a personal firmness rating and then compiled them on the graph below.

While feel is always going to be an individual thing, our responses should give you a better sense of the firmness range you can expect from the mattress.

Avocado Firmness
The firmness rating results for the Avocado Green Mattress from four different testers

My testers were pretty much in agreement about the firmness of the Avocado, giving it an average rating of 6.6, which syncs up nicely with the industry standard of 6.5 for medium firmness.

I personally gave the bed a 7 as I found it to be just a touch firmer than medium firm. While you’ll likely experience some nice comfort from the quilted cover and top latex layer, the tall section of pocketed coils creates a ton of firm support that’ll keep you lifted on top of the bed.

Though this could be great for those of you who doze primarily on your backs or stomachs, it may not be the best fit for side sleepers, to whom I’d recommend checking out the softer pillow-top version of this mattress.

I should also note that your weight will likely determine how you’ll feel the bed, with heavier sleepers sinking through to the coils faster than lighter sleepers, thereby experiencing it as an overall firmer structure.


Another important component of a bed’s feel is pressure, or more specifically where pressure points are likely to form while lying on top of it.

To help you visualize where these tension spots might crop up on the Avocado, I placed a pressure map on top of the mattress and lied on my back, side and stomach. You can see the results on the image below where pressure is represented from blue (low pressure) to red (high pressure).

Avocado Pressure Map
Showing pressure map results for the Avocado mattress while lying in a few positions

Back – Lying on my back, I felt as though my weight was pretty evenly distributed across the surface. Though I definitely experienced the Avocado as a firm bed, I thought its quilted cover and latex comfort layer did a good job of filling in the space at my lower back for some nice relief. The bounce also made it very easy to move around and change positions.

Edge Support – Scooting closer to the edge of the bed, I felt a lot of great support! The coils help to maximize the usable space of the mattress, allowing you to sleep all the way to the side.

Avocado Contour
Showing the slight contouring as I lie on the Avocado Green Mattress

Side – As you can clearly see in the graphic above, once I turned onto my side, I experienced the formation of pressure points at my shoulders and hips, typical problem areas for side sleepers. Considering how firm the bed is, I’m not super surprised by this as strict side sleepers tend to prefer softer beds that bring more cushiony relief to these sensitive spots.

Stomach – And finally, my stomach. I felt a lot of great relief in this position, thanks to the bed’s buoyant lift, which kept my spine in a nice alignment. Unlike side sleepers, stomach sleepers tend to dig firmer beds that keep the shoulders in a nice, even line with the hips.

Avocado Side
Lying on my side on the Avocado Green mattress

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Avocado Mattress
Avocado Mattress

Composed of 100% natural latex and pocketed coils, the Avocado is as eco-conscious as it is comfortable. Save $100 off your purchase with our exclusive discount!


Next up, let’s chat motion transfer, or the amount of disturbance you’re likely to experience from one side of the bed to the other. This test will be especially important for those of you planning to share your bed with a partner, as it’ll let you know just how bothered you’ll be by their movements in the middle of the night.

To illustrate this motion transfer, I dropped a 10 lb. steel ball from heights of 4 inches, 8 inches and 12 inches and measured the disturbance it caused: the bigger the lines, the bigger the disturbance.

FYI: Each drop is meant to symbolize a different movement you’re likely to experience in bed, from tossing and turning (4”) to getting out of bed (8”) all the way to full on jumping (12”).

Avocado Motion Transfer
Motion transfer results when a 10 lb ball is dropped on the Avocado from heights of 4, 8 and 12 inches

These are really high motion transfer results, which tells me you’re likely to feel your partner moving around at night. While these may not be the most ideal readings, they’re at least consistent with the bed’s hybrid design, which combines bouncy latex with even bouncier coils for—you guessed it!—a whole lot of bouncy disturbance.


When buying a new bed, most people want to know whether they’re going to be sinking “into” the mattress or lying “on top” of it, so our last test is going to be all about sinkage!

To visualize this variable, I placed four balls of varying sizes and densities (a 6 lb medicine ball, a 10 lb steel ball, a 50 lb medicine ball, and a 100 lb medicine ball) on the mattress and measured how much they compressed the surface.

The variations in size, weight and density are meant to simulate different body parts and different sized sleepers.

Avocado Sinkage
Showing the sinkage of balls weighing 6 lbs, 10 lbs, 50 lbs and 100 lbs into the Avocado Green mattress
  • 6 lb medicine ball: 1 inch of sinkage.
  • 10 lb steel ball: 1.5 inches of sinkage.
  • 50 lb medicine ball: 4 inches of sinkage.
  • 100 lb medicine ball: 5 inches of sinkage.

If you assumed that the Avocado wouldn’t have a lot of sinkage because of its tremendous bounce… you were right on the money! As you can see, while you’ll be able to sink into the quilted cover and latex comfort layer a bit, by the time you get to the supportive coils, you’re likely to be squarely positioned on top of the bed.


Avocado Back
Lying on the Avocado Green Mattress
  • Sleep Trial: 100 days.
  • Warranty: 25 years.
  • Shipping: Free, arrives compressed in a box.


If you’re convinced the Standard Green is the right mattress for you, the size and pricing information for the mattress are below. Please note that these prices reflect standard pricing, but you can use the code SLEEPOPOLIS100 to save $100 on your mattress purchase!

Twin38" x 75" x 11"59 lbs$959
Twin XL38" x 80" x 11"63 lbs$999
Full54" x 75" x 11"82 lbs$1,199
Queen60" x 80" x 11"97 lbs$1,399
King76" x 80" x 11"123 lbs$1,699
California King72" x 84" x 11"122 lbs$1,699


Save $100!
Avocado Mattress
Avocado Mattress

Composed of 100% natural latex and pocketed coils, the Avocado is as eco-conscious as it is comfortable. Save $100 off your purchase with our exclusive discount!

Now that we’ve taken a closer look at the Standard Green mattress, I want to highlight some of its biggest pros and cons:


  • One of my favorite things about the Avocado is that its entirely built with all-natural materials. From the organic cotton in the cover to the recycled steel coils in the support section, this bed is a fantastic green option.
  • These materials also create an incredibly durable structure that’s sure to last for years to come.
  • And of course, this mattress would also be a great pick for anyone who wants some serious bounce as the combination of latex and pocketed coils makes for a very springy bed.


  • As I mentioned up top, the Avocado doesn’t have the best motion transfer results, which could be a dealbreaker for those of you who get easily disturbed by tossing and turning in the night.
  • This bed also doesn’t have a ton of sinkage, which may not work for those of you in need of some deep body contouring.
Avocado Corner
The Avocado Green Mattress on the Culla bedroom set from Article.com

For more information on the Avocado, visit its website here!

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Avocado is made from natural and organic materials including 100% natural dunlop latex and a pocketed coil system. Avocado’s cover is a noticeably breathable combination of organic cotton and organic wool from New Zealand. This is a bouncier mattress that trends to the firmer side for most sleepers.

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Logan Block
Logan is the content director of Sleepopolis, which means he not only reviews new mattresses every week, but also curates all the comparisons, best of pages, and video guides on the site. He takes a straightforward, honest approach to his reviews and endeavors to give viewers an objective look at each new product he tries out. Logan’s perfected his method over the course of personally testing over 100 different mattresses, so he’s not only able to discern the overall vibe of a specific bed, but to contextualize its feel within the bed-in-a-box market as a whole. Needless to say, his sleep knowledge runs deep, and he loves nothing more than sharing that knowledge with his readers. When he’s not hopping on a new bed or working with our editorial team to whip up an engaging sleep education guide, you can find him reading books on world history, walking his dog Pepper, or searching for the best cheeseburger in New York City.
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