Combine memory foam and the coiled support of an innerspring, and you get a hybrid mattress. These mattresses typically use foam to relieve pressure in the neck, shoulders, and upper back, as well as sturdy spring coils that move with your body’s weight to give you the benefits of both mattress types in one. With the firmer feel of an innerspring mattress and the soft cushion of memory foam, it’s no surprise that side sleepers gravitate to hybrid mattresses.
The Leesa mattress is designed with a breathable, perforated foam surface on top of contouring memory foam. The pocket springs found in the lowest layer are individually wrapped to give you responsive spring-back support as you move from one side to the other. The memory foam cushion hugs your shoulders and hips as you lie down, making it ideal for side sleepers. And because the coils aren’t connected, you won’t feel any motion transfer.
Buy It: Leesa Hybrid Mattress, $1,445 for a queen (originally $1,695)