Soft-Tex partners with Restonic on sleep accessories
September 8, 2017,
“The Restonic brand has strong name recognition in the bedding category with excellent products and a rich history of awards and accolades dating back more than 75 years. It’s a great addition to be able to offer our retail partners, both in-store and online,” said Jeff Chilton, Soft-Tex CEO.
Soft-Tex will be unveiling its line of Restonic bedding products at the upcoming New York Home Textile Market at its showroom at 230 Fifth Avenue. The items include four memory foam pillow styles (traditional, contour, low profile, and gusseted), a three-inch memory foam mattress topper, a waterproof and temperature- regulating mattress protector and a Zip & Clean mattress pad encasement protector.
Jeff Chilton, CEO of Soft-Tex International, and Julia Rosien, Restonic brand director, in a Restonic display in the Sof-Tex showroom.
All Restonic memory foam products feature the ventilated iCOOL Technology System, cooling nylon circular-knit covers, and Soft-Tex’s brand new Transcend memory foam, officials said.
Transcend memory foam is an open-cell, hypoallergenic foam formulation built to provide plush comfortable support night after night. It sleeps cooler than traditional memory foam formulations by dissipating body heat and also features fast recovery times and low motion transfer, perfect for all sleep styles, the company said.
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