5 Best Cooling Mattresses (2024): Hybrid, Soft, Foam & For Couples

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There are a lot of mattresses on the market that claim to cool. Here are some other mattresses I tested and liked, but not as much as the options above.

Casper Snow Hybrid, $1,745: When you see a mattress with a name that includes “snow,” your expectations for a cooling effect are naturally high — and this mattress really lives up to that expectation. With a medium feel, the Casper Snow Hybrid includes a cooling material with three patented HeatDelete bands, which are engineered to “act as thermal highways and effectively dissipate heat,” according to Casper. The patented Snow cover is nice, and I constantly broke out into a sweat while testing this bed. Structurally, this hybrid bed combines poly foam, memory foam, and pocketed coils, and provides targeted support to the hips, groin, and lower back to relieve pressure, making it ideal for back and stomach sleepers. Keep in mind that after unboxing, this mattress may take some time to cool down. I noticed it came out of the box slightly warped by its packaging and giving off a slight plastic-like odor. After about two days, the mattress was ready for use, the odor was gone, and settled into its intended neat rectangular shape.

Saatva Memory Foam Hybrid for $1,595: The Saatva Memory Foam Hybrid is marketed as firm, and that’s what you should expect. Made from patented AirCradle memory foam, the mattress features center-centered cushioning, strategically placed to support your lower back. Since I’m only 5’2″, the cushioning in the middle of the back didn’t reach where it should. Despite its firmness, I didn’t find this mattress particularly exceptional, especially with its cooling properties. Triple Despite the inclusion of the -Phase LuxCool system and cooling gel-infused memory foam, the cooling effect was no different.

Bedjet 3 for $429: I haven’t tested the BedJet myself yet, but WIRED reviewer Christopher Null did and loved it (8/10, WIRED recommends). This device uses a large blower underneath your bed to blow hot or cold air under your covers. If you like your existing mattress but you sleep hot, this might be just the ticket.

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