A hybrid mattress with supportive innerspring coils and a pressure-relieving memory foam top. Foam has temperature-regulating features so it’s not too hot. Distributes weight so partners don’t disturb each other. High-quality materials assure a long service life.
Very bouncy compared to an all-foam mattress.
This all-foam mattress features multiple foam layers, including a temperature-regulating top layer. Provides medium-firm support to keep the spine aligned at key pressure points.
As a one-firmness-fits-all mattress, it has too much give for some back sleepers.
Its combination of memory foam and innersprings offers a medium to medium-firm experience. Foam gives around body contours; springs provide support. Particularly good support for shoulders and back. Easy for sleepers to shift their position.
Not firm enough for back sleepers who require lots of support.
An eco-friendly latex foam mattress made without the use of ozone depleters, heavy metals, or formaldehyde. Low volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions. Offers medium to medium-firm support. Gel memory foam layer transfers body heat away from sleepers.
As with most one-type-fits-all mattresses, this is too soft for back sleepers with sciatica and other back problems.
Its high-density gel memory foam layer disperses body heat while its quality fabric cover protects the mattress. Plush-feel top cushions the body; bottom foam layer provides support. Good firmness for back sleepers.
Side and combination sleepers may be uncomfortable on this mattress.
People who sleep on their backs need a mattress that keeps the spine aligned without being too firm. This sounds like a simple prescription, but finding the right mattress for back sleepers can be tricky. A mattress that provides support yet “gives” around the body’s contours is important. Hybrid mattresses, which combine long-lasting innerspring support with a top layer of latex foam, are a popular choice. Lightweight sleepers and restless sleepers may prefer a medium-firm innerspring mattress, while heavyweight sleepers may find that a firm mattress resolves their chronic lower-back pain. Whether you decide on an innerspring, memory foam, or hybrid mattress, quality matters. A good-quality mattress will last about 5 to 10 years, developing minimal indentations or sags during that time.
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