Shop by Comfort

When you’re shopping for a mattress, one of the most important things to decide is what comfort category you’d like for your mattress. With five different options to choose from, narrowing it down can be overwhelming if you don’t have the right information. Below, take an in-depth look at what sets each comfort category apart, as well as which type suits which sleepers best. While no category is better than another, one will be best for you, and getting the right information will help you make an informed decision when you’re ready to buy.

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  • Suit back or stomach sleepers who need uncompromising stability
  • Lack extra layers, so are thinner than other mattresses but equally supportive
  • Feature a dense, unyielding construction
  • Can be made with either an innerspring or foam construction
  • Are compatible with softer mattress toppers for couples who need extra firm support but don’t want to give up cushioning
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  • Work best for back or stomach sleepers, but some can be comfortable for side sleepers
  • Focus more on support than extra cushioning, so are on the thinner side
  • Feature a denser construction that has some give
  • Are available in a variety of materials, from innerspring, to foam, to latex, to hybrid
  • Offer couples a stable, supportive feel with the potential to add extra cushioning in the form of a mattress topper or pillow top construction
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  • Adapt well to back, side, or stomach sleepers
  • Available in a wide array of materials and constructions, so can vary in degree of softness or firmness
  • Sub-categories can include medium firm, medium plush, and luxury firm, which are actually made to feel more like medium mattresses
  • Offer a balance of support and cushioning that’s ideal for compromising couples
  • Are a great comfort category to start with if you aren’t sure which type of mattress you want
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  • Generally work best for side sleepers
  • Constructed with multiple layers of cushioning, so are usually thicker
  • Provide excellent support to lighter sleepers and those who sleep on their sides
  • Help sleepers prone to pressure points avoid pain
  • Available in a range of materials, from gel memory foam to innerspring
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  • Usually accommodate side sleepers best
  • Are constructed with several individual layers of cushioning, so are often tall
  • Keep side sleepers and lighter individuals supported
  • Allow sleepers to sink into cushioning rather than sleep on top of it
  • Significantly limit the likelihood of painful pressure points with extra softness
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