Designed to meet the needs of a wide range of sleepers, this mattress has a neutral to warm temperature without getting too hot. Built with four layers of foam for support, temperature regulation, and moisture control. Medium-soft rating that users can sink into. Can be used on any type of bed base or frame. Machine-washable cover. Sleep trial of 101 nights.
Heavyweight sleepers may sink uncomfortably into this softer mattress.
A hybrid mattress with innerspring coils underneath layers of memory foam to provide firmer support. Plush quilted Euro topper offers comfort and maintains body temperature. Easier to shift positions on this than an all-foam mattress.
Doesn’t provide the wraparound cushioning that some cold sleepers like from foam mattresses.
Blends multiple layers of low-toxin foam for comfort and good airflow to maintain body temperature. Infused with odor-fighting green tea extract. Medium firmness supports different sleeping positions and a range of body weights.
As with most budget mattresses, it will lose some firmness after the first year of steady use. Too hot for some sleepers.
Polymer gel layer draws heat away from the body more slowly than other types of gel foam, and it’s further moderated by a comfort layer on top that conforms to the sleeper’s body. Hybrid innersprings provide support. Users like the 101-night trial period.
Heavyweight sleepers may be too warm.
An all-foam mattress with a layer of firmer foam on the bottom to provide support. Inflates quickly once unboxed so users can sleep on it the same night. Sleepers will find it warm on most nights but rarely hot. Soft foam top layer provides cushioned comfort.
Some heavyweight sleepers find this mattress far too hot, and some say the foam compresses too quickly.
People who get cold while they sleep try to solve the problem by wrapping up in blankets or turning up the thermostat. But not everyone likes fighting their way out of tangled blankets. A mattress designed for this specific comfort issue is a much better bet. Latex foam mattresses without a “cold” layer – a layer of foam infused with gel, copper, or graphite that redistributes heat from the body – are the most affordable mattresses for cold sleepers. But don’t dismiss mattresses with temperature-controlling top layers either. By balancing the distribution of body heat, these mattresses can also help you maintain a comfortable sleeping temperature.
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