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Which Mattress Comfort Level is Right for Me?

Different bodies have different needs, and no one comfort level is right for everyone. Learn more about the different mattress comfort levels and discover which one is right for you.

Note: Each of our mattresses have their own unique feels. Please see product pages for full comfort level details.

Ultra-soft

Soft

Medium-soft

Medium

Medium-firm

Firm

Ultra-firm

How Do I Choose the Right Kind of Mattress?

Picking the right mattress is about more than just price or comfort level. Choosing the right components and materials is what truly makes a mattress perfect for you and your needs.

Mattress Types

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Hybrid

Hybrid mattresses combine pocketed coils and different types of materials for an ideal mix of comfort and support.

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Pillow Top

Pillow top mattresses come with extra padding on the surface for additional comfort.

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Euro Top

Euro top mattresses use high quality foam in the surface, however, this foam layer is sewn directly to the top of the mattress and flushes with the edges for superior comfort.

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Latex

Latex offers pressure relief and support with just the right bounce to keep you feeling light and soft as you sleep.

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Memory Foam

Memory foam gently conforms to the body for a soft, cushioned sleep experience.

Note: Not recommended for people who sleep hot.
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Pocketed Coil

Pocketed coils isolate movement for superior support, reduced disturbances, provide optimal support, and increased body contouring.

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Innerspring

Open coils are the traditional coil used in innerspring mattresses. They're best used for small children and teens or those who need minimal support.

Mattress Components

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Open Coil

Open coils help your mattress retain its shape and allow for enhanced airflow, promoting a cooler night’s sleep.

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Pocketed Coil

Pocketed coil support layers are highly durable and offer cooling airflow, reduced motion transfer, and ideal lumbar support.

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Foam

We use different types of foam in our mattresses to achieve different levels of comfort and feels for different sleep styles and body types.

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Latex

Celsion, copper-infused, or graphite-infused talalay latex can be incorporated for your unique support needs and help provide a cooler sleep.

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Quantum® Coil

Quantum® Coil uses nearly 200% more coils than a standard mattress for luxury comfort and optimal lumbar support.

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Comfort Coil

Comfort coil moves the posturizing support of pocketed coils into the upper comfort layers of a mattress for enhanced pressure relief.

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Ice Blue Quilt Topper

The Ice Blue Quilt Technology helps keep your body temperature neutral as you lay on the mattress to help you achieve a cooler sleep through the night.

Mattress Components

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Open Coil

Open coils help your mattress retain its shape and allow for enhanced airflow, promoting a cooler night’s sleep.

Do I Need a Box Spring?

Box springs aren’t just for looks — adding a box spring provides important benefits for both your mattress and your body to ensure a long lasting mattress.

Learn More

Choosing the Right Mattress For Your Body

Sometimes, the mattress you think you want isn’t actually the mattress that’s best for your body. Learn how your weight, height, body shape, and preferred sleeping position all come together when searching for the perfect mattress.

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ROUND

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RECTANGLE

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TRIANGLE

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INVERTED TRIANGLE

Which Mattress Size is Best for My Needs?

When it comes to choosing a mattress, size is important. Before you click “Buy”, hear from our mattress experts and learn what to consider when picking a size for your new mattress.

Mattress Size

Dimensions

Mattress Size

Description

Dimensions

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Twin-size

Mattresses

Get the room you and your partner need to stretch out and sleep comfortably.

Twin

38” x 75”

Twin XL

38” x 80”

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Full-size

Mattresses

Great for solo sleepers, guest rooms, and more.

53” x 75”

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Queen-size

Mattresses

A versatile size perfect for couples, guest rooms, and even those with pets.

60” x 80”

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King-size

Mattresses

Get the room you and your partner need to stretch out and sleep comfortably.

76” x 80”

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Split King-size

Mattresses

Personalize each side of your mattress to meet you and your partner’s unique comfort needs.

76” x 80”

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California King-size

Mattresses

Get the space you need to sleep comfortably without sacrificing space in your bedroom.

72” x 84”

What are Some Common Mattress Myths?

If you’re shopping for a mattress, you have a lot of things to consider — we’re here to help you remove myths from the equation. Before you buy a “one-size-fits-all” mattress, let our experts help you unpack the myths and gimmicks that stand between you and the perfect mattress.

Mattress Myth 1:

One Size Fits All

A good mattress does not just roll up to your doorstep.

Mattress Myth 2:

All Mattresses Are the Same

While most mattresses look the same from the outside, the difference is in the details of what is in the inside.

Mattress Myth 3:

Relying on Technology vs. Experts

One of the best mattress experts in the country talks about common sleep challenges and how to fix them.