Is leesa a good mattress for hot sleepers? How good are their cooling features?
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Sleepopolis's listed Leesa as one of their picks for "Best Cooling Mattresses," saying it's best for side sleepers. They note Leesa's pioneering use of copper infused foam, a material used in a number of other industries for its cooling and healing capabilities. Mattress Clarity says Leesa is a good pick if you want a memory foam mattress that is breathable. Tuck rates Leesa's "Temperature Neutrality" factor as Good (with Very Good and Excellent being the two higher ratings), and says "The Leesa can sleep hot, owners say, but this mattress is relatively cool compared to many competing foam-based models."
The main feature that makes a Leesa mattress a great option for a hot sleeper is the top layer of foam, Avena. This layer of foam provides airflow for a cooler night's sleep. The top layer was built to disperse heat throughout the mattress, rather than trap it as many other memory foam mattresses tend to do.
Besides offering great airflow and breathability, the Avena layer also happens to be hypo-allergenic. Plus, it is also worth noting that this particular layer of foam has better durability than latex. In other words, your mattress will stay cool for years to come.
Leesa is built with advanced materials purposefully selected to create a fantastic sleeping experience.
These materials directly influence how the body responds at night, how much heat it gives off and whether that heat is trapped.
The three layers that compose the mattress are:
- Cooling Avena Foam,
- Pressure Relieving Memory Foam, and
- Dense Core Support.
The heating is addressed by the first layer, the Cooling Avena Foam.
It’s just 2 inches deep, but because of its perforated design air can freely flow and thus brining a better, cooler sleep.
You can read more about the Leela’s mattress layers here: https://www.leesa.com/pages/premium-memory-foam-mattress
Update: we've found 24 more online mattresses stores that currently offer cooling features and 72 home & garden stores that are offering cooling features . You can also view all 72 stores that offer cooling features across all categories.