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Best Cushioning Materials 2018 – [Buyer’s Guide]

Last Updated December 1, 2018
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Billy JacobsHELLO! I’m Billy Jacobs. I spent 51 hours researching and testing 18 different types of cushioning materials and found that material, variety of sizes, and style were most important.

Eventually, I found something that would suit my needs but it occurred to me that I wasn’t the only one who might be having the same problems I did. So, you will find reviews on some models of cushioning materials that impressed me (and a good many other people), and you will find a few informational pages as well.

Best Cushioning Materials of 2018

You can make a choice based on the my list as you shop. Not all cushioning materials are created equal though.

On that note, I review the three best cushioning materials of 2018 to help you get value for your money. After carefully examining the reviews and ratings of the people who have used them earlier this listicle has been made.

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№1 – Cushion Foam Sheets 12″ X 12″

Cushion Foam Sheets 12

PROTECT YOUR FRAGILE ITEMS: These thick low-density polyethylene foam sheets are perfect for your delicate items like dishes, glasses and china.
PERFECT FOR MOVING: Wrap furniture legs and corners to protect from scratches during bumps in the move or when shipping. Great alternative to bubble wrap or packing paper.
Nothing, except that I wasted too much time making my choice.

Why did this cushioning materials win the first place?

I really enjoy the design. It is compact, comfortable and reliable. And it looks amazing! I also liked the delivery service that was fast and quick to react. It was delivered on the third day. The product is very strong. Its material is stable and doesn’t crack. I am very happy with the purchase. It is definitely worth its money. The product is top-notch!












№2 – NEW YEAR SALE Heathyoga Eco Friendly Non Slip Yoga Mat

NEW YEAR SALE Heathyoga Eco Friendly Non Slip Yoga Mat

New Eco Friendly Material – A little more expensive, much better. TPE is the latest technological improvement to the traditional yoga mats. No latex, no PVC, non-toxic or any harmful chemicals. Our mats are made of SGS certified TPE material which is non-slip, odor-less and excellent in cushioning, unlike those cheap & traditional non-green PVC, NBR or EVA yoga mats. They are truly eco-friendly, healthy and recyclable.
Expensive more then others and featured a bit less then other in our high-end picks.
Limited official sellers leave room for fakes.

Why did this cushioning materials come in second place?

The design quality is top notch and the color is nice. I really liked it. It is amazing in every aspect. It did even exceed my expectations for a bit, considering the affordable price. I like this product. For such a low price, I didn’t even hope it to be any better. It’s decently made. Seems that the material is good. It has a very beautiful color but I don’t really like the texture.












№3 – Hardex Perforated Foam Roll 100′ x 12″- PINK- Perforated every 12 inches Cushioning Foam

Hardex Perforated Foam Roll 100' x 12

PROTECTS DELICATE ITEMS: Hardex Perforated Foam Rolls are shock absorbent,which protects delicate items for shipping and storage. Protects your products or items whilst in transit.
FIRMLY SECURE YOUR ITEMS: Perforated Foam Rolls are made up of thousands of air cells foam, the perfect cushion to your products. And the Perforated Foam Roll is used to fill voids in boxes that firmly secures your items in place.
The cover is not ideal.
The clamp could be of better quality.

Why did this cushioning materials take third place?

I liked the design. We’ve been using it for 2 months and it still looks like brand new. It doesn’t squeaks nor bents. Looks great in my apartment. This price is appropriate since the product is very well built. I hope that the good reputation of the manufacturer will guarantee a long-term work.












Cushioning Materials Buyer’s Guide

If you keep the before points in mind, you can easily go out to the market and buy cushioning materials, right? No!

Cheapest Doesn’t Always Save in the Long Run

If you’re thrifty like me, you might be tempted to buy the least expensive pillow stuffing you can find. After all, it’s just there to fill out the pillow cover, right? Not exactly. A number of times, I’ve used the cheapest polyester filler (sometimes in a pre-made pillow form) for a throw pillow and was eventually disappointed.

The pillows looked great when I first tossed them onto an overstuffed chair, but after being leaned on for a while, they flattened out and there was nothing I could do to fluff them up again.

My new rule is to use cheap polyester only if the pillows will be strictly ornamental – like throw pillows on a bed. Otherwise, I like to use something you can easily reshape, like down.

Choose a Filler to Enhance Your Pillow Experience

Not every pillow gets to sit there and look pretty. Some have a job to do. If you’re making a travel pillow or even a regular sleeping pillow, you can choose a filler to maximize your comfort and even give you other health benefits.

Some people are looking to avoid artificial fibers and choose feathers, natural latex or even green tea to stuff their pillow. Others need their pillow to be truly hypoallergenic and so choose the latest in synthetic fibers. For example, a pillow filled with millet seed will conform comfortably to your head and, as an added bonus, will release soothing compounds while you sleep.


This is the most popular and most budget-friendly. It’s non-allergenic. You can wash it. And it’s easy to find. Fairfield (see “Where to Find” links below) now makes a fluffier version of their original Polyfil with fibers that better resist flattening. You can also get polyester/cotton blends to give you added firmness.

Down and Other Feathers

Made from the soft under feathers of ducks or geese, down has remained very popular through the years. It’s even better now as improvements have been made in feather-proof casings and removing dander in the down. It’s great for sleeping pillows and sofa pillows that will be sat on. Washing a down pillow is not recommended because it’s difficult to dry the feathers properly. So you should make a removable cover.

This traditional filling takes advantage of the fiber’s ability to stand up to years of wear without losing shape. A good pillow liner can make wool feel as soft as cotton.


This grain seed has been used in therapeutic pillows for years. Buckwheat gives firm support to small pillows. People like it for neck pillows or other travel pillows. Buckwheat can be noisy in a full size pillow.

Supposedly quieter than buckwheat, millet seeds are finer and give better contouring. They also contain silicic acid, which is released from the hulls via body heat and is reported to have numerous therapeutic properties.


When harvested and dried, lavender buds give off a soothing aroma. You wouldn’t want to sleep directly on a lavender-filled pillow (it’s a little too crunchy). Instead, you can make a tiny lavender pillow to tuck under your regular pillow, where you can still enjoy the benefit of the pleasing smell without the annoying crunch. I mix a quarter cup of dried lavender with flax seed to fill a small lavender pillow.

Other Fillers

From silk to hemp, you can find dozens more things to stuff a pillow. A hand-made pillow stuffed with a natural or therapeutic filler makes a memorable gift.

Jo-Ann Fabric & Craft Stores (lots of different fillers online and in the store)

Feather and fibre

Modern upholstered furniture predominantly contains feather or fibre filled back and/or seat cushions. Both are popular for comfort because you sit ‘in’ them rather than ‘on’ them. But they do require a lot of plumping-up to retain their shape, and some people can be allergic to feathers inside.

Feather and/or fibre cushion in-fills are often produced in sections to reduce the likelihood of the filling moving around inside the cushion where downward movement could be a problem. These cushions can usually be restored to look like new by smoothing out creases to avoid premature fabric wear and frequent plumping for shape retention. There is no universal standard for the plumping of seat and back cushions, but your retailer will be able to give you specific advice about care requirements.

Other fillings

A number of new products have come to market which are designed to offer the softness and comfort of fibre filled cushions, but with less of a need for regular maintenance and plumping.

These cushions can be made from specially shaped foam, contain sprung interiors or mixtures of foam and feather. Speak to the sales representative to understand what type of cushions you are purchasing and the level of maintenance required.

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Flower Tesselation Play Mat

WHAT An innovative mat that doubles as a building toy. Made from high-quality foam that’s environmentally friendly and non-toxic, the pieces of this tessellation mat can be assembled into a 3D flower bouquet or even a table. Each box contains 3flower pieces, 3leaf pieces, and white bars.

Pupsik Studio 

WHAT This set of 1interlocking tiles will let junior play and explore in comfort. Made of foam, and designed and tested for babies from birth, you can configure the play mat in endless ways. Buy more than one set if you need it for a larger space.

PROS The bright colours are a joy to look at and perfect for your little one’s nursery. You can also use it to teach your baby about the various zoo animals, and as he gets older, he can learn to fit the animal “puzzle” pieces in, and hone his fine motor skills.

CONS Like other interlocking tiled playmats, this can be a little tougher to clean. Some parents also reported paint peeling off the mat, while others felt that the 1.3cm-thick foam was a little hard.

Agape Babies Singapore

WHAT  Made of eco-friendly, non-toxic and non-phthalate soft PVC, this one-piece mat is 1.5cm thick to protect your little one from bumps and grazes. This mat has safe, rounded corners to protect your baby, and some designs are educational. 

PROS The Parklon playmats come in a variety of designs to suit your needs – from brightly hued kiddy ones, to muted designs suited for general living spaces. We liked the Square Room design — it features a bold black-and-white pattern on one side, and a whimsical, pastel, cloud pattern on the other. The mat is thick, plush and very comfortable. Easy to clean.

Product Options

Many of the following materials are offered by a wide range of companies (see the Parcel Shipping & Distribution Buyers Guide for a full listing of companies and contact information). Individual products or manufacturers are not mentioned where multiple companies offer variations on the same basic product. For unique or harder-to-find items, manufacturers and products are mentioned.

Loose Fill Loose fill is still the least expensive and easiest to use type of void fill available. There are over 60 varieties of loose-fill products available in different materials and shapes to accommodate a wide range of products. Starch-based loose fill is also available for customers concerned about disposability and recycling issues.

Because it flows (either from manual or powered feeders), loose fill quickly and easily fills all voids in a carton, making it very easy to use with variable carton contents. According to industry sources, the recent growth of e-commerce companies has spurred an increase in loose fill sales, based in part on the need to accommodate extreme variability in the shape, size and number of products packed in standard carton sizes and shapes.

Loose fill also provides good cushioning for light- to medium-weight items. Heavy items, particularly irregularly shaped ones, are more likely to crush most types of loose fill and reduce its efficiency as void fill. Loose fill is a lightweight material, however, some new products are even lighter and offer weight savings that can amount to freight cost saving.

Because most loose fill maintains its ability to flow during handling, it may migrate to the top of the carton allowing some irregularly shaped and rounded items to settle, reducing the amount of protection on the bottom of a carton. Other disad-vantages include the fact that it is bulky and typically requires significant storage space and disposal costs (if waste is charged by volume and not weight). A hidden limitation to loose fill is that small items may get lost in the packaging, resulting in customer claims that items were not shipped.

Recycling and waste disposal are also issues for some companies. Some shippers reuse loose fill they receive to package their own shipments. While this is sound business practice from ecological and financial perspectives, it may reduce the efficiency of the loose-fill material if many different types of different compressibility and resiliency are mixed together. It may also have an impact on customer perception for the better or worse depending on the customer. Some may appreciate the reuse (rather than recycling) of loose fill. For others, it may produce a negative perception of the company.

Loose fill may also create other problems for the customer. Some customers are issuing prohibitions against loose fill because of recycling, disposal and housekeeping considerations.

Bagged Loose Fill

To address the migration and housekeeping issues of loose fill, a number of companies offer a bagging option, where loose fill is poured into a bag, sealed, then put in place. Not only does this process eliminate housekeeping problems for the consignee, it also reduces the amount of fill needed in most situations. Because the fill cannot migrate, not all void areas need to be filled to prevent items from shifting and to provide cushioning.

Air-Cell Cushioning

Another popular product is air-cell cushioning sheets. These come in a wide range of sizes, with cells of about 1/inch to nearly one inch, available in pre-cut sheets, in rolls and pre-formed in bags.

Air-cell cushioning sheets provide good cushioning and have low to moderate compressibility and high resiliency. Sheets can be wrapped around items or crumpled to provide void fill.

There are several new products available which are lighter in weight than traditional air-cell sheets, yet provide the same amount of protection. These products employ two different types of plastic to achieve increased strength. Air-cell cushioning sheets are relatively bulky in storage.

Air Pillows

Another form of packaging thats becoming more popular is air-pillow packaging. Air pillows have low compressibility and very high resiliency. They provide void fill as well as limited cushioning. Fully inflated and properly-used pillows can also add to carton strength. Depending on the products in the carton, not all void areas need to be filled to prevent movement of items. Because pillows are primarily air, packaging material and weight is kept to a minimum.

Pillows come in two basic forms: pre-filled and inflatable. Pre-filled air pillows are typically created on-site either in perforated sheets or individually cut. The size of the pillow is set by the equipment operator. Inflatable pillows come in a number of sizes and are designed to be inflated once they are placed in a carton.

Pillows also come in both polyethylene and nylon materials. Nylon has the greatest air-holding capabilities, providing two weeks or more of full pressure. For increased puncture resistance, Tyvek may be incorporated into the pillow material.

Valve placement on inflatable pillows may be a consideration. One company offers an edge valve with an eight inch sleeve that can be inflated after the package is sealed, which the company claims, removes operator subjectivity in ensuring tight void fill.

For individual work stations, inflatable pillows may be more effective because packers can fill cartons then inflate pillows. For a central line, a variety of pre-filled bags may be more efficient.

Air pillows do not require a great amount of storage space. Once created, however, pre-filled pillows are bulky and a variety of sizes may be required for efficient packing.

Air pillows are subject to catastrophic failure if punctured. Additional protective material around sharp objects or a puncture-resistant material may be required.

Formed Air Products

Formed air products have the same benefits and limitations as air pillows, but some have multiple chambers for the air to provide far greater cushioning capabilities. Sealed Air offers engineered air products. Most formed air products designed for specific shapes. Inflatable Packaging Inc.s Waffle Pack can be shaped around a product to form a box much like a very large sheet of air-cell cushioning material. It also offers single air-cell En-Cap and En-Cap Sleeve products which inflate around smaller items.

Layered Kraft Paper Products

Heavier materials typically require a more aggressive block-and-brace type of packaging which can be accomplished by a foam product or, in many cases, layered kraft paper products. These products have relatively low compressibility and low resiliency making them appropriate for heavy materials. At the same time, theyre also suitable for very lightweight materials which do not require a highly resilient packaging material. Kraft products are also recyclable. Prior to being layered, kraft materials are less bulky than loose fill and air cell sheets.

Ranpaks PadPak produces a multi-layered pad of kraft paper, which can be compressed or flattened to provide block-and-brace. STOROpacks PAPERplus is used in much the same manner.

Expanded Kraft Paper Products

At the other end of the kraft spectrum are expanded products which offer relatively light weight and light-to-moderate void-fill capabilities. Kraft has relatively high compressibility and rather low resiliency (depending on the specific material), which limits it to lighter-weight products.

STOROpacks Boxfill produces void fill by partially shredding and expanding corrugated carton material. The benefit of this process is that corrugated waste is turned into void fill, eliminating material cost and greatly reducing or eliminating disposal costs. The limitation is the amount of void fill required in your packaging operation may exceed the volume of waste corrugated so secondary packaging material may be needed for some products.

Sealed Air offers Void Kraft, which is a heavily embossed kraft product which, again, provides light to medium void fill depending on the weight of the product and how tightly the packaging material is packed around it. Storage bulk is roughly the same as air-cell cushioning material.

GeoPax offers Gemi, a very thick expanded kraft paper product that is backed by a liner sheet to prevent the material from interleaving and reducing its efficiency. It resembles expanded metal mesh and is particularly suited to lighter materials. It can be snaked or folded to provide a denser void fill. Prior to being converted, storage volume of the materials is fairly low. Pactiv’s Hexacomb is similar to a very thick corrugate. A honeycomb of kraft is sandwiched between two layers of corrugate to produce planks that can be cut to provide void fill. This material is also often die cut, making it more like an engineered or cut-foam product in that application. It requires significant storage space, roughly equivalent to loose fill and formed foam products. Foam-in-Place

There are various foam-in-place products, both poly-based and starch-based. Enclosed in a plastic material, the foam expands to fill all available space. These products provide positive void fill and block-and-brace characteristics even around variable and irregular shapes. Foam-in-place is appropriate when engineered foam solutions aren’t feasible and positive protection is required. Foam-in-place products are not extremely bulky in storage but may produce a bulk disposal issue for the customer. Starch-based products can be disposed of in an ecologically sound manner by dissolving the foam and draining off the waste water. The encapsulating packaging material is not very bulky. Formed Foam Products

There are a number of foam products: from soft to hard, sheets and planks to pre-formed shapes. Sheets and planks can be cut to generic sizes and used for block-and-brace. Although it’s not a foam product, American Excelsior offers a starch-based plank product that is used in the same manner. The proper foam sheet or plank product can provide all of the functions of inside-the-box packaging but does require considerable storage space. Many formed foam products are custom cut or formed to provide cushioning and void fill for delicate products. While they do represent an important aspect of inside-the-box packaging, they are not applicable to variable packing and are typically used by original equipment manufacturers. Don’t Limit Yourself to One


Not all PVC mats are created equally. Some are manufactured without phthalates and other toxins. However there are no PVC mats that are biodegradable.

Newer more eco-friendly options include recycled and natural rubber, organic or natural cotton, and jute. Rubber mats are the most popular eco-friendly option, but you should avoid rubber if you’re allergic to latex.

Cotton is the most absorbent mat material, which is important if you sweat a lot or plan to practice hot yoga. Cotton mats tend to cost a bit more, but are also available in a more affordable rug style. Jute mats feature an organic surface texture which prevents slippage naturally.


Think about it. Your foot is trapped for hours inside of a large boot. With that noted, breathability is a must to sustain comfort while skiing. With the use of ski specific socks, you will experience built in ventilation. Ski socks are made for the purpose of providing, warmth, comfort and breathability. A ski sock provides ventilation for your foot so that your feet stay dry from perspiration, allowing you to remain warm after a certain amount of time riding.

Sock Care

Ski socks are probably more expensive than your usual athletic socks, so protect your investment.  Turn the socks inside out to wash them – this is where skin cells and dirt build up.  It is best not to dry ski socks in commercial dryers. They get too hot.  For best results, remove them from your home dryer before they are completely dry and finish drying them at room temperature.


As mentioned before, when producing the EVA foam sheet, we can put elements of natural rubber and other resilient additives. This way we can formulate a highly resilient EVA foam materials once we utilize those resilient elements. Sometimes customer requires the high resilient EVA foam and it is actually the blend of EVA and rubber foam. A highly elastic EVA foam materials can be widely used to enhance the cushioning and durability of products. Some foam products you may see the highly resilient EVA foam materials such as squeegee blades, foam seals, foam gaskets, seat cushions and so on.


EVA foam is a closed cell foam material. They are naturally good at insulation. Also other closed cell foam materials do have better insulation abilities than open cell foam. For production, EVA foam materials need to go through vulcanization procedure where they are formed with a cross-linked also closed cell molecular structures. The insulation abilities of EVA foam includes heat and thermal insulation.The can resist temperature from minus 30 degree centigrade to 80 degree centigrade. Besides, we can also put ire retardant additives and anti -static agents to enrich the insulation performance of EVA foam materials.


Resistance ability of EVA foam materials is similar to its insulation. But here when we talk about its resistance ability, it refers to resistance to solvent and noise. Due to its closed cell foam structure, EVA foam materials in different densities or hardness can all have excellent resistance to water, moisture, oil and sound. The closed cell structure can make the foam have a smooth and flat surface that can help raise its resistance. In some products like flooring underlay, as you can see, EVA foam performs excellent resistance.


EVA materials is widely used for marine products and applications. EVA foam has strong buoyancy in closed cell structure. They are excellent at water resistance. Also you should know the low density and mid density EVA foam materials are lightweight and portable. These advantages make them quite suitable and outstanding for marine products. You can easily see EVA foam materials for water floats, boat cushion mats, swim kickboards and even as foam parts in life jackets.

Foam Skiving

As you may know, the original EVA foam sheets coming out from the foaming machinery have thickness up to 100 mm. They are so thick that customers usually ask us to provide them thinner foam sheets. Besides, foam skiving is always be the first step for the rest foam fabrication processes. In order to make this, we have equipped with professional foam skiver which can be used to split the EVA foam sheets to any desired thickness. Also the machine can be used to skive other foam sheets such as Polyethylene foam sheet, Polyurethane foam sheet, foam rubber sheet and so on. Our technicians need to first adjust our foam skiver, and they will put the large foam sheets through the sharp blades. Then we will soon have the EVA foam sheets or blocks of your wanted thickness with tight tolerance.

CNC contouring cut

For complicated foam packaging, such as tool control cases with different thickness cutout shapes inside, we suggest to use CNC contouring engraver to make it. CNC contouring cut can work well for custom foam cut with different cutout thickness. It is a precise and efficient way to use. Before using this method, computerized drawings for foam parts need to be confirmed. Besides the drawings for CNC contour cutting are usually 3D version files. Our technicians will set up the CNC cutting machine with the right statistics compatible with the 3D foam part drawing. Also the machine can be used to cut thickness of around mm EVA foam materials. The CNC contouring cutting is frequently used to fabricate EVA protective foam inserts also Polyethylene foam packaging.

Foam Thermoforming

When people wants EVA foam materials to be both more resilient and durable, foam thermoforming can be a good way to go. This technique can also make 3D custom foam parts. Take look at foam knee pad and knee pad inserts so you will know the benefits foam thermoforming can bring. For utilize this fabrication method, custom mold of foam parts need to be developed according to product CAD drawing. Then we will use our EVA foam materials and the developed mold working with our thermoforming machinery. Thermoforming as you may see literally is related to heating and temperature. Our technicians will work carefully to adjust the termoform machines with appropriate heat temperature and pressure. The custom EVA foam parts will be formed in the mold under heating and pressure. Most of 3D foam parts are using foam thermoforming technique to achieve including boat seat cushion and other custom foam parts.

Foam Puzzle Mats

EVA foam puzzle mats are made of molded EVA foam materials usually with anti-slip texture finishing on surface. They are quite popular to use in many occasions such as home flooring, basement flooring, home gym and martial arts studios etc.. People like to use them because they are quite easy to install with interlocking tabs. Also foam puzzle tiles can provide good cushioning comfort for flooring.

Shoe Construction

Understanding the construction of basketball sneakers and determining which features are most important to you will help you select the right shoe.

The upper is the soft top of the shoe. Its job is to keep the foot snug and securely in place during play.

Closure Systems

A good closure system will keep the foot snug and secure in the shoe during sudden stops and starts, frequent side-to-side motions, and quick turns.

Laces are an acceptable choice for keeping the foot stable in the shoe.

Several manufacturers are offering new lacing systems designed to offer greater stability.

Good lacing systems should lock the laces in place, making them less apt to loosen or untie, increasing your stability during play.

Some basketball sneakers feature a strap that wraps around the upper arch of the shoe to add more stability and protection against ankle rollover.


Zippers are a fairly new choice for securing the foot in a basketball shoe. These are usually covered by some sort of protective material.

Good for younger children who can’t tie their shoes yet.

Not real reliable in terms of staying closed, and doesn’t offer good support.


This is the layer of soft, shock-absorbing material between the outsole and the upper. It is often considered the most important part of a basketball shoe, because the construction and materials used will impact the levels of cushioning and shock absorption and can affect a player’s ability to explode off the floor.

Cushioning Materials

The midsole is usually made of EVA, compressed EVA, polyurethane or a combination of these materials. Proprietary cushioning technologies are also found in many brands of basketball shoes.

EVA/Compressed EVA offers lightweight cushioning, but not as much stability and durability. EVA can be compressed to make it somewhat more durable.

Polyurethane (PU) is a more dense and durable cushioning material. It can add stability to the shoe, but also adds weight.

Proprietary Cushioning Technologies are usually found in the heel and forefoot of the shoe and add an extra degree of cushioning without much extra weight.





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Final Word

First of all thanks for reading my article to the end! I hope you find my reviews listed here useful and that it allows you to make a proper comparison of what is best to fit your needs and budget. Don’t be afraid to try more than one product if your first pick doesn’t do the trick.

Most important, have fun and choose your Cushioning Materials wisely! Good luck!

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