Leesa Mattress Review
Why did I have 2 Leesa mattresses in my bedroom? Well, to do a full review of the new model of the Leesa I had to put it next to my old one to see if my sleep experience would be different.
Was sleeping on the New Leesa Mattress different? You can Skip ahead to the sleep testing if you want.
Who Will Love It
Who May Not Like It
Leesa Mattress Review Menu
Leesa Mattress Video Review
We try to do a video review of the mattresses we test to give you a better understanding of their look and feel. I have a unique take on mattress reviews as I am a petite side sleeper and this is shot in my bedroom. I spent 6 weeks sleeping on these 2 versions of the Leesa, before I shot this video. My opinions may be different than yours, especially if you are much larger than I am.
Leesa Sleep, LLC Company Policies
What really separates Leesa Sleep from their competition is their commitment to the community. They operate within a 1 in 10 principle. They choose to donate 1 mattress for every 10 that they sell. This means that to date they have donated over 35,000 mattresses. If you are good at math, then you know that they have sold over 350,000 mattresses so far. They offer:
- 100 Night risk free trial
- Free Shipping
- Optional In-Home Delivery
- Affirm Financing
- You can test in person at West Elm
What's Inside the Leesa Mattress?
The cover is nice, so nice that they actually sell Leesa mattress covers as blankets. Yeah, that’s not a joke, when you feel the cover you will know what I’m saying.
It’s made in the USA, I fast forwarded a where is my mattress made video to the Leesa section.
I live in Arizona so sleeping on a cool mattress is a must. While sleeping on it I have never been too hot, which is a big plus for me.
Leesa is 10″ of all foam, unlike the larger sibling the Leesa Hybrid, which has pocketed coils.
1. Cooling LSA200 Foam Technology. This new foam has an IFD rating of 13 and a density of 3 PCF.
Pictured above, you can see the Avena foam at the top of the Leesa on the right and the new LSA200 foam on the top of the Leesa mattress on the left.
The LSA200 isn’t as impressive when you look at it, there was something cool about the structure of the Avena foam. After 3 years of using it they switched. At first, I wondered why would they go away from something that they new worked? Surely, they made this decision for a reason.
I figured out why they made the change after I woke up on it this morning. The original Leesa design was already my top pick for side sleepers, and this is a huge improvement. If you are a side sleeper and you are under 200 pounds, this is the mattress for you.
2. Pressure Relieving Memory Foam
The 2” memory foam layer provides the body contouring and pressure relief you’ve come to expect from memory foam.
3. Dense Core Support
The 6” dense core support foam adds strength, durability and structure to support sleepers of all sizes, without feeling too firm on top.
The top layer is where you find the 2″ of cooling foam.
The middle layer is 2″ of memory foam (polyurethane).
Rana, 2+2 equals 4 and you promised me a 10″ mattress.
Right, that means that the bottom layer is 6″ of dense core support foam for durability and edge support. This layer has an IFD rating of 32 and a density of 1.8 PCF.
The Leesa mattress is a completely redesigned mattress offering a Universal Adaptive Feel™ that adapts to all body shapes and sizes and all sleeping styles. Most sleepers find this to be the most defining difference with a Leesa. Each layer of foam is carefully selected to provide core strength, memory foam pressure relief as well as cooling and bounce.
The Leesa mattress is 10″ thick. The 6” foam base allows for a solid, supportive base that helps the Leesa maintain long-lasting stability both as you sleep and when you sit on the edge of the bed. The 2″ memory foam center provides that signature cloud-like feel to hug to you as you sleep. Strategically positioned below the cooling layer, the memory foam is free to live up to its reputation of blissful comfort without the risk of over-heating the sleeper. The 2″ top layer of cooling foam, is designed for a cooler night’s sleep.
Now that it has been redesigned and is even better for side sleepers do I need to replace my older version of the Leesa?
No, as you can see from my bedroom set up I have both beds side by side. I have had the original Leesa for well over a year and it holds up just fine. The improvement for side sleeping is great, the cover is either improved a bit or my old one is just worn a bit more. So the new design is a better value, but I wouldn’t toss the old one in order to upgrade.
Leesa Mattress Sleep Tests
Leesa Mattress Price & Discounts
|Size||Measurements||Leesa Price||Leesa Hybrid Price|
38"W x 75"L
38"W x 80"L
54"W x 75"L
60"W x 80"L
76"W x 80"L
72"W x 84"L
Leesa Mattress Review Conclusion
The Leesa Mattress is one of the best mattresses you can buy. You feel great sleeping on a mattress from a company that does so much to support the community.
But how does it feel? The cover is without a doubt one of the top 3 covers that I have tested. If you could you would wrap yourself in the cover like a blanket. Oh wait you can, the Leesa Blanket solves that. In the winter time you can find me wrapped up in it at all times.
Leesa sent it to us for testing. All of the opinions expressed in this review are mine.
Yes, you can try it at West Elm
It is made in the USA