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What’s the definition of a hybrid mattress?
Aug. 27, 2023

A hybrid mattress is a type of mattress that combines two or more different materials to provide a balanced sleep experience, typically aiming to combine the benefits of various mattress types. The most common combination involves blending memory foam or latex layers with innerspring coils. This design seeks to offer the support and durability of an innerspring mattress along with the contouring comfort and pressure relief of foam or latex mattresses.

Hybrid mattresses often have a construction that includes a layer of memory foam or latex on top, followed by a layer of innerspring coils beneath. The foam or latex provides body-conforming properties, allowing the mattress to contour to the sleeper's body and relieve pressure points, while the innerspring coils offer support, breathability, and a responsive feel. The combination of these materials is intended to provide a compromise between the benefits of different types of mattresses, making hybrid mattresses a popular choice for individuals seeking a mix of comfort and support.