Leesa just began selling their pillow this fall
I ordered a couple of them yesterday, so check back in a couple of weeks and I’ll give you my review of them. I have had them for a good week now and I shot a video review and featured it in my ultimate pillow fight video below.
Leesa also sells a hybrid adjustable pillow.
The hybrid pillow has a couple of inserts that can be taken out if you think that it is too big. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have the same cover and bounciness that you get with the original leesa pillow shown in this video review below:
Leesa Pillow Review:
The Leesa cover is one of the best in the industry, so you will understand why they chose to put the same cover on the blanket and on their pillow.
If you have been on a Leesa mattress you can assume that the cover of the pillow will have that same stretchy, soft feel. The Lessa pillow cover is made from the same polyester lycra blend. I don’t see their iconic 4 stripes on the pillow when I look at the pictures from their site, but that doesn’t mean that they aren’t on the back side. I’ll confirm when I get them. Update 10/7/17 no stripes.
Inside the pillow we expect to see the Avena foam that you see on the top layers of both the Leesa and the Sapira mattresses. So I expect a cooling pillow that will have some give to it. The top Avena layer of the mattresses is more dense, 3.65 PCF vs the Leesa Pillow at 2.5 PCF.
The Leesa pillow comes with a 100 night trial period and a 3 year warranty.
Fun fact, Leesa donates 1 pillow for every 10 they sell.
The Leesa pillow combines the beautiful look and feel of Leesa’s signature cover with the cooling and responsive Avena® performance foam
You will notice right away a lot of time and effort into selecting the combination of materials used inside all Leesa products.
I don’t currently have a coupon for the Leesa pillow, but if you are looking to get one with a purchase of a Leesa or Sapira mattress please use the code below.