The Foam

The key to comfort in any bean bag chair is the foam. Lazy Sack uses Premium Grade Polyurethan Foam. Lazy Sack foam is made for one thing only- Lazy Sacks! It has never been recycled and is brand new. It is manufactured within the USA. Imported foam is usually tough and lacks its spring.

Lazy Sack foam is shredded into popcorn-size pieces. This ensures maximum comfort! If the pieces are too big, your beanbag chair won’t conform well to your body. If they are too small, you’ll also feel a difference in comfort. Through careful testing, we’ve made Lazy Sacks the comfiest chair ever to be sat on!

Take a look at ratings on different types of beanbag fillers…

Lazy Sack Foam

Fluff (memory)
Anti-Static and Clumping
Lifetime
Overall Rating
Imported and Recycled Foam

Fluff (memory)
Anti-Static and Clumping
Lifetime
Overall Rating
Mixed Foam

Fluff (memory)
Anti-Static and Clumping
Lifetime
Overall Rating
Styrofoam/Polystyrene
Fluff (memory)
Anti-Static and Clumping
Lifetime
Overall Rating

Don’t settle for styrofoam and lesser grade foams. Have you ever sat on a styrofoam-filled chair? Styrofoam’s just about as comfortable to sit on as it sounds. Many other sacs are filled with either styrofoam or cheap recycled polyurethane foam. Much of this recycled foam or styrofoam is imported from large plants in foreign nations. These plants use low-quality, crusty foam scraps.

These foreign plants vacuum wrap the foam in plastic for weeks. They do this for shipping and storing purposes. This foam will loose 50% of it’s memory by the time even arrives at your house. This process steals it’s fluff! So the company makes money, but what about your comfort? Don’t settle for loud, crunchy, and flat foam bags!

Lazy Sack uses foam that is made in the USA. We don’t pack it until we ship it. That’s why our foam will fully decompress in less than 24 hours, while most other companies’ bags take days or even up to a week! Ahhh… Lazy Sack Foam. Now that’s comfy!