Capitol Bedding Touch of Softness (TOS) Pillowtop

Touch of Softness PillowTop Mattress Only:






Mattress with 5" or High 9" Wooden Foundation:






Mattress with (5",7", or 9") Hand-crafted True-Flex Foundation:

(King Matt w/ Horizontal True-Flex Foundation)

*Limited odd sizes available for this mattress. See store for details.


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The Touch of Softness Pillowtop

Made with pride by Capitol Bedding in Grand Ledge, Michigan

Safe Non-Toxic, Milliken Silica/Rayon-Based FR Fiber Quilted to Cover
1" Quiltflex High-Density Foam
1" 1.6lb Density 15ILD High-Density Foam


3/8" 1.8lb Density, 30ILD High-Density Foam
Quilted Versare Inner Layer

Comfort Layers:
1.5" 1.8lb Density, 30ILD Convoluted Foam
1" 2.5lb Density, 36ILD High-Density Foam
Foam and Accord Insulation layer for durability

Support System:
Hickory's InnerAct Alternating LFK Coil Unit
- Approximately 26% cooler than a foam core mattress
14.5 Gauge Steel
1.5" High-Density Base Foam

Edge Support System:
"V"-style Clips attach to top and bottom border rod for roll-off prevention and durability

Mattress Dimensions:
Mattress Height: 13"

Width x Length:
Twin.........38" x 75"
TwinXL.....38" x 75" 
Full..........54" x 75" 
Queen......60" x 80"
King.........76" x 80"
Cal-King....72" x 84"

It's just like that amazing hotel bed you slept so well on that one time and there's a reason they call it the Touch of Softness, it perfectly describes how it feels.

This bed is designed to have a firmer feel and bounce under the slight "touch of softness" provided by the pillowtop. It's the very definition of a "firm pillowtop," The much sought-after bed that doesn't let you sink too far and gives you a solid feel, but still manages to provide juuust enough give for those hips and shoulders.

Firm enough for stomach sleepers and those who want to not sink into the bed too much, while being just soft enough for most side sleepers. But not all.

As awesome as this bed is, not everyone is going to like the feel, and that's ok.

It is a tried-and-true bed that has remained virtually unchanged for almost 44 years - and is something that is uniquely Michigan.

If you want something a bit softer underneath, try the Copper Harbor Latex Hybrids or the Grand Indulgence Latex/Wool.


The secret to a bed's durability used to also lie underneath the mattress, and then mattress companies figured out a way to still make the mattress work well, but make it wear out just a bit faster, which put you back in the market for a bed sooner.

Box Springs used to be so heavy-duty that people would use them to drag roads.

Things have changed, and thankfully we don't need a foundation quite like that anymore, but it did serve a purpose! The foundation absorbs a large amount of energy that would otherwise be entirely directed back into the mattress from a solid foundation because of the whole equal-and-opposite-reaction-physics-thingy. (2)

Unfortunately, rising costs (and a tiny bit of planned obsolescence) have forced most manufacturers to cut costs, and the box was the first things to go.

Fortunately, Capitol Bedding is one of the very, very few manufacturers out there still doing it the right way and offering the option of a truly unique, HMI True-Flex Foundation.

To put it plainly: the True-Flex foundation absorbs energy that would otherwise go into your mattress, making it last longer. It's that simple.

Another unique thing about Capitol - if you've ever had a king size mattress and have gotten the dreaded 'hump' in the middle, then you know why Capitol Bedding makes the HMI True-Flex foundation go SIDE-TO-SIDE in a king instead of head-to-toe. This particular box orientation helps prevent the flexing box from being too firm in the least used part of the bed, significantly reducing the hill-and-valley type body impressions that tend to develop in most king size mattresses over time.

Also, the box orientation puts that slightly firmer section of the True-Flex foundation directly under the middle of the mattress, which coincidentally happens to be where we're the heaviest, in our middles.  This horizontal orientation has the added benefit of placing the most robust section of the foundation directly under where we happen to be the heaviest.

It's a wonder why more companies aren't doing this.

Additional Information: 

Warranty: 10 Year Non-Prorated Manufacturers Warranty

Items covered under limited warranty can include:
- Body impressions greater than 1.5"
- Shifting, bunching, or clumping of upholstery materials
- Coils or wires that are loose or broken
- Coils or wires that protrude through the fabric
- *Sagging: your sleep set must be continuously supported by an appropriate foundation, or equivalent, with a proper bed frame. The frame should include rigid center support with legs that support down to the floor.
*NOTE: A mattress warranty will be considered void in the event of any staining or being in an unsanitary condition.

Items covered under Foundation warranty can include:
- Splits in the wood frame
- Squeaking, rattling or other non-typical noises
- Broken, loose, or defective boards
- Loose or broken module wires

The Warranty does NOT cover:
- Soiled or stained products
- Damage incurred from using an improper foundation. *See our FAQ section about this issue
- Mattress fabric

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