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Leesa Hybrid Mattress Review

By November 21, 2021March 4th, 2024No Comments
Leesa Hybrid Mattress
  • Comfort
  • Back Support
  • Edge Support
  • Affordability
  • Cooling
  • Trial & Warranty
  • Customer Service

Leesa Hybrid Mattress

Overall, the Leesa Hybrid mattress has the potential to be a great fit for a lot of people. If you prefer a medium hybrid style mattress made in the USA, this mattress might be the bed for you. However, the 100-night trial period may not be long enough for some to decide, and those who don’t like the mattress have a lot to say.

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Leesa Hybrid Memory Foam Mattress Review

If you’re in the market for a hybrid mattress, Leesa is quickly becoming a popular choice in the “bed in a box” industry. Their original memory foam model became so popular they expanded to four models and donate one mattress to a child in need every ten mattresses sold. Their beds are designed and manufactured in the US, so as a company they’re certainly appealing at a glance. Read on if you’re considering making the Leesa Hybrid an addition to your home.

Product Details

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Hybrid, Memory Foam, Coils
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Trial Period
100 nights
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Price Range

Our Recommendation

Reviewer Rating Highlights For The Leesa Hybrid Mattress

The Leesa mattress is a lovely choice for hybrid fans looking for something comfy, but not too firm – for pain relief. The contouring memory foam and coil layers are great for combination sleepers of all body types, but not recommended for stomach sleepers. With individually wrapped pocket coils that provide strong edge support, this hybrid sleeps relatively cool. Couples can enjoy easy mobility and low motion transfer on this mattress. For every ten sold, Leesa donates one mattress to a child in need, so you can feel good about your choice.

Recommended for the following sleeper types:

Best Mattress For:

  • Back and side sleepers
  • Couples looking to compromise
  • Sufferers of back pain
  • Fans of average firm hybrids

Not Recommended For:

  • Strict stomach sleepers
  • Those on a budget
  • Those looking for extra firm or extra soft
  • Those who sleep too hot

A Closer Look at The Leesa Hybrid Materials

The Leesa Hybrid mattress is 11” thick with layers of poly foam and memory foam around a 6” layer of wrapped coils for added support, breathability and bounce. Its versatile construction is described as balanced and has potential to match a wide range of sleepers. Designed and manufactured in the US, the Leesa Hybrid is made with domestic and imported parts. This mattress is CertiPUR-US Certified, meaning it’s made without harmful materials. Off-gassing will still occur, and we always recommend airing out your new mattress for up to 48 hours before use.

  1. Mattress Cover and Poly Foam: A thin breathable cover over a ventilated layer of poly foam. This means that this mattress sleeps relatively cool for a hybrid.
  2. Comfort Layer: Slow-moving memory foam that hugs your body to relieve pressure, supported by another layer of thin but high-density poly foam.
  3. Support Layer: Over 2,000 innerspring coils provide durability and extra support all the way to the edge, with encouraged airflow that helps keep sleepers cool and dry.
  4. Base Layer: Another layer of high-density poly foam supports the mattress as a whole to provide structure and more durability.


Like most hybrids, The Leesa’s hybrid model falls under a medium firmness, around 6.5 on a scale of 10. Depending on weight and body type, this might feel too firm or too soft for some. This means the firmness of this mattress could be perceived at anywhere from a 5 to a 7 on the firmness scale. The Leesa Hybrid may feel firm initially and soften up over time. Sagging may occur depending on usage and framing, so the company recommends against using bases such as coiled/wired box springs, metal wired platforms, or wooden/metal slats that are thin, arched, or spaced more than 3” apart, which could affect the feel of the mattress.

I would feel like absolute mush on the foam, while 100 would be like sleeping on a balloon rock. The higher the number, the more the air chambers fill, increasing the firmness of the bed. With the added comfort layer of gel infused foam, just about anyone can find their sleep number, and change it whenever they need to with the push of a button.

leesa hybrid mattress construction layers

Mattress Sizes and Prices

(price doesn’t include discount or sale items)

SizeDimensionsRegular Price
Twin38" X 75"$1,199
Twin XL38" x 80"$1,299
Full54" x 74"$1,599
Queen60" x 80"$1,899
King76" x 80"$2,099
California King72" x 84"$2,099

Pros and Cons

Who is the Leesa Hybrid mattress best for?

The Leesa Hybrid is best for average weight side and back sleepers who enjoy a hybrid mattress. Those who struggle with back and body pain may find relief in the layers of body-hugging foam and pressure-relieving coils. Couples looking for a medium style mattress should be happy with the ease of mobility and edge support of the Leesa Hybrid.

How is the motion isolation?

The coils and high-density foams give the Leesa Hybrid mattress a significant bounce, so motion transfer performance could be better. Couples may still be disturbed by their partner’s movements in the night.

The memory foam layers will certainly absorb some movement, but the hybrid nature of this model means it might still be noticeable.

What’s The Catch?

Like many hybrid beds, the Leesa Hybrid will be on the heavier side, so set up in the room of choice is strongly recommended. Stomach sleepers will likely need something firmer, and it might not be ideal for sleepers over 250lbs. While it has more airflow than other hybrids, overly hot sleepers may still find the foam layers too insulating. Firmness may soften over time, and Leesa only has a ten-year warranty, so you may have to find a new bed once that time is up. Lastly, the price of this mattress may cause some shoppers to look elsewhere for a cheaper investment.

The Best Leesa Hybrid Mattress Reviews

Satisfied customers say expectations of pain relief and support are met and are often acknowledged by Leesa’s customer support. Fans of the Leesa Hybrid love that it sleeps cool and retains bounce despite its firmness. Happy sleepers say they’d purchase the mattress again and are sleeping better than ever.

The Worst Leesa Hybrid Mattress Reviews

Dissatisfied customers have taken the time to write some savage reviews. For some, the Leesa Hybrid was not the right firmness, and actually caused them further pain. Other complaints include a lingering “new bed” smell, the mattress itself being undersized according to the sizes advertised on Leesa’s website, and abysmal customer service. The company certainly seems to respond more to praise than anything else, if you get the drift.

Leesa Hybrid Mattress Warranty

Leesa Sleep, LLC covers their mattresses with a 10 year full replacement limited warranty, voided if the mattress leaves the US, Canada or UK. This means that for 10 years after purchase, if a defect covered by the warranty is confirmed, Leesa will replace or repair your mattress. Transportation or shipping costs associated with repairs or replacements are the responsibility of the purchaser. This warranty is valid exclusively for the original purchaser, and only applies to mattresses purchased from Leesa Sleep, LLC. Be sure to read the terms and conditions before the purchase of any mattress, and keep all receipts and records of purchase in a safe place at home.

What the Leesa mattress warranty covers:

Visible indentations greater than 1 inch not associated with use of an improper or unsupportive foundation or bed base are covered by Leesa’s warranty. Any obvious physical flaw in the craftsmanship of the mattress that causes permanent damage like splitting or cracking despite proper set-up and normal use is covered. Manufacturing defects in the craftsmanship of the cover including seams and zipper assembly are also covered, and if the cover needs replacing Leesa offers the most current style available, which could be different than the cover originally provided.

What the Leesa mattress warranty doesn’t cover:

A normal increase in softness isn’t covered if Leesa determines it doesn’t affect the overall quality of the mattress. Leesa’s limited warranty doesn’t cover physical abuse or damage such as burns, cuts, stains, tears or liquid damage, and the warranty won’t apply to any mattress that is considered used, previously owned or sold through unauthorized retailers.

Comfort preference isn’t covered either, meaning if you simply find the mattress uncomfortable and there aren’t any defects, the warranty won’t work in your favor. Be sure you’re using an appropriate frame, as Leesa won’t cover damage caused from improper set-up. Go over the warranty before contacting customer service, so you know whether or not you’d be wasting your time by making a claim.

Sleep Examiner’s Review Process

Here at Sleep Examiner, we consider ourselves expert reviewers of all things sleep. However, we believe that ten opinions are better than one, so we take on the task of opening twenty different browser tabs and digging deep so you don’t have to. We painstakingly comb through reviews on multiple sites for every mattress, pillow, and sleep accessory we can find – so you don’t get fooled by fake, biased, or limited points of view.

Using a combination of verified customer reviews, we put together in-depth research on the exact composition and materials used, as well as comparisons and ratings from expert sites. Once our research is concluded, our system automatically generates an overall performance score for each mattress based on the collected data in the following categories: Comfort, Firmness, Edge Support, Affordability, Cooling, Trial period, Warranty and Customer Support.

Our Analysis

Leesa Hybrid Mattress Performance Score

Comfortability is subjective, so not everyone will experience a mattress the same way, but it’s no surprise why this company is popular. Leesa launched their business in 2014 and have since come up with several new models to offer. While some of the negative reviews are a bit concerning, Leesa is a Certified B Corporation, and have donated over 37,000 mattresses to children in need according to their website.

Leesa Hybrid Mattress Performance Score

Comfort: 4/5
Back Support: 3.8/5
Edge Support: 3/5
Affordability: 4.5/5
Cooling: 3/5
Trial & Warranty: 3.5/5
Customer Service: 3/5

The Verdict: 3.5/5

Overall, the Leesa Hybrid has the potential to be a great fit for a lot of people. If you prefer a medium hybrid style mattress made in the USA, this could be the bed for you. However, the 100-night trial period may not be long enough for some to decide, and those who don’t like the Leesa Hybrid have a lot to say, so we’ve given it a 3.1/5.



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