Hybrid Mattresses

About Our Hybrid Mattresses

If you want the conforming comfort of memory foam without as much sinking, a hybrid mattress might be right for you. The innerspring support layer reduces the amount of “give” in the memory foam layer, while maintaining the underlying bounciness you expect from innersprings. In addition, couples sometimes want different things from their mattress. A hybrid mattress provides the strong innerspring support one partner may desire, while also providing excellent pressure relief for a side sleeper.

Our Hybrid Mattress Options

We carry several hybrid mattresses at City Mattress, each with its own unique feel. If you prefer a pillow top comfort layer, Aireloom’s Joshua EuroTop Mattress or Serta’s iComfort CF3000 Quilted Hybrid Plush Pillow Top Mattress is for you. With multiple layers of luxurious foam atop an innerspring system, this mattress provides soft comfort with sturdy support. Those sleepers who are looking for a plush comfort layer will prefer Tempur-Pedic’s Tempur-Adapt Medium Hybrid Mattress or Serta’s Arctic Premier Medium Hybrid Mattress. These mattresses use soft but cooling comfort layers to provide pressure relief while you sleep. 

If the durable feel of a firm mattress is what helps you get to sleep, you’ll want to take a look at Sealy’s Elsanta Hybrid Firm Mattress, Simmons’s Beautyrest Black Hybrid 'X' Class Firm Mattress, or Casper’s Wave Hybrid Snow Mattress. These hybrid beds use cooling technology to create the perfectly comfortable combination of memory foam and coils.

What Else to Know About Our Hybrid Mattresses

City Mattress offers hybrid mattresses in most sizes. Furthermore, many of our hybrid mattresses are adjustable-friendly, meaning they can be safely used with an adjustable bed base. Whatever you need from a hybrid mattress, City Mattress' broad selection of hybrid mattresses means we one that will give you the great night's sleep you're looking for. In addition, we offer free local delivery and setup with every mattress we sell, so you don’t have to think about how to install your new mattress. Talk to one of our Sleep Experts today!

Learn More About Hybrid Mattresses

A hybrid mattress contains layers of foam or other materials like cotton, wool, or latex, along with an innerspring coil system. These are different from an all-foam mattress because it includes spring coils. Often, this is done to provide additional support for your spine, as well as to help stabilize the mattress and provide stronger edge support.

Different hybrid mattresses are made from different materials. What they have in common is that they all include metal springs and at least one other material, like foam or latex.

You need support from your mattress, and your mattress needs support from a boxspring! Many people find that the springs and slats in a box spring serve to make their hybrid mattress even more comfortable.

Side sleepers often experience soreness because of the pressure applied to their hips and shoulders. Hybrid mattresses can be an amazing option for side sleepers who are looking for that happy medium. A hybrid mattress offers a blend of cushion and support, ideal for those sleeping on their side.

A "regular mattress" is either innerspring, memory foam, or latex. A hybrid combines two of these for a bed that is very comfortable and extra supportive.

Hybrid mattresses are not designed to be flipped over. Instead, rotate your hybrid mattress every six months. This will ensure your comfort by sleeping on all of the mattress.

Many people find hybrid mattresses are more supportive and durable. Because coils can handle heavier weight, hybrid mattresses can handle more wear and tear and tend to hold up longer than memory foam. However, the ultimate choice is yours!

Yes! This is because they have firm coils at the center of the mattress. These serve to keep your spine properly aligned while you sleep.

A hybrid mattress should always have at least two layers. The top layer of foam is at least 2 inches thick. Many hybrids have a top memory foam layer, but you may also see hybrids with a poly-foam or latex foam comfort layer. A support core of pocketed coils is often 7 to 8 inches thick. Therefore, a hybrid mattress will be 10 inches thick at a minimum.