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The 2019 Best of Baby Award Winner for Top Crib Mattress

It’s a highly breathable mattress that maximizes airflow and helps baby stay cool and comfortable.
ByThe Bump Editors
Updated
April 24, 2019
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And the Winner Is: The Newton Crib Mattress

Safe sleep is a top concern for new parents, and understandably so. Given how much time your little one will (hopefully) spend sleeping in their crib, choosing the right mattress is key—and those who use the Newton Crib Mattress are huge fans. It’s a highly breathable mattress that reduces the risk of suffocation and overheating, and it’s free of toxic, off-gassing chemicals and allergens.

What We Love

  • This innovative mattress core is 90 percent air! The other 10 percent is food-grade polymer. Its construction maximizes airflow and helps baby stay cool and comfortable and breath easy, even when they roll over at night
  • You won’t find any of the foam, latex or glue commonly found in other crib mattresses, meaning no off gassing, toxic chemicals or allergens; in fact, it’s Greenguard Gold certified for safety
  • Your crib mattress is bound to get messy—luckily, the Newton is 100 percent washable; toss the mattress cover into the washing machine (and dryer!) and the mattress core into the tub for a deep-clean soak

Buy it: $300, Amazon.com

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