Hybrid mattresses are a combination of the first two types, with a base of innerspring support coils underneath a few layers of specialty foam. Though innerspring mattresses typically include a layer of foam as well, in a hybrid mattress that amount of foam is increased, the fiber used is decreased, and the top tends to be flatter instead of tufted. The Beautyrest Hybrid Virgil Ultimate Luxury Drop Top and Beautyrest Silver SEA ISLE CITY Twin Lux Firm Tight Top are both examples of a hybrid mattress.
This mattress type is easy to move around on and is good at contouring to your body, relieving pressure points while maintaining support where needed, even more than a regular foam mattress. The base is pocketed coil technology which reduces motion transfer, especially helpful if you or your partner are restless sleepers. And the double layers of infused memory foam and gel-infused memory foam mean comfort from both pressure relief and heat diffusing. They also tend to include reinforced edges, meaning the sleep surface of your mattress is larger and sitting on the edge to put on shoes won’t lead to an early tearing down of the edges.
There also exists the option of a semi-hybrid, which means a coil base covered with a pillow-top. The end goal is the same: the bounce and give of an innerspring mattress with the added benefits and comfort of foam. A third hybrid, one comprised solely of foam layers, is also an option.
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