Matsleep Mattress Review
The Matsleep mattress review highlights this new foam mattress that recently hit the market. Matsleep offers a very high quality mattress at a really affordable price while using premium materials and a 365-night sleep trial.
We recently have been sleeping on a Matsleep and give our opinion on this new mattress in the following review.
Construction and Materials
The Matsleep mattress is a 11″ all foam mattress made up of 3 layers of various foams.
- 1″ Top Comfort Layer – This layer is 1″ of latex
- 2″ Support Layer – This layer is 2″ of gel infused memory foam
- 8″ Foundation Layer – This layer is 6″ of high density foam that acts as the foundation and provides deep compression support.
The cover of the Matsleep mattress mattress is made up of Tencel – a fabric more absorbent than cotton, softer than silk, and cooler than linen. It is extremely soft and luxurious feeling, and makes the mattress very comfortable to lie on.
Firmness & Support
The Matsleep mattress only comes in one firmness option, a universal comfort type mattress, which we rate it at a 6-7 out of 10 (10 being the firmest).
With many mattresses, since I am a heavier sleeper, I tend to press through the top comfort layers and feel more of the support layers which are often harder and not as comfortable.
This isn’t the case with the Matsleep, as I don’t immediately compress through the comfort layers and the 11″ height helps support my weight.
We felt the Matsleep mattress does a good job of providing support in all sleeping positions for both Kaye and myself sleeping as a couple.
We are primarily side sleepers, so we like mattresses that provide enough give in the top comfort layer to support our shoulders and hips, while also having the firmness if we switch to our stomach or back.
I prefer much softer top layers in mattresses, often choosing softer memory foam layers that hug and mold to my hips and shoulders, and the latex layer in the Matsleep does a really great job at giving that same feeling compared to many other latex mattresses we have slept on. .
The Masleep mattress is quite comfortable, with that Tencel cover and latex layer providing a soft and supple sleeping environment, while the various foam layers below work to support and contour the body during sleep.
The layers of gel memory foam and latex provide the response needed to switch positions during the night and support my heavy bodyweight with ease, without causing too much movement during the night for Kaye when I get up or move around.
The Matsleep mattress is both very supportive as well as being a very comfortable mattress, and the premium materials all lend themselves to accomplishing this.
The Matsleep does a good job of not sleeping hot due to the gel-infused foam layer and latex layer providing cooling features along with the breathable Tencel cover.
Taken together, all of this technology does a great job of keeping the Matsleep mattress quite cool. We did not experience the sticky feeling that we often do with foam mattresses in the least bit which was something we really were thankful for.
Sinkage & Motion Transfer
The Matsleep mattress does a good job with minimizing sinkage, compared to many competing mattresses. As we always preach, sinkage (and motion transfer) is largely weight dependent.
The fact that I weigh around 230lbs tends to have a rather large impact on how much sinkage I experience when sitting and lying on a mattress.
Kaye, who is half my weight, experiences much less sinkage than I do, but again this is to be expected due to her much lighter weight so it is only a problem when she rolls into me if the mattress compresses under my weight too much.
Motion transfer was also good due to the all-foam construction, which is known to offer reduced motion transfer between sleepers moving during the night compared to other types of mattresses we have tested.
Edge support is good with this mattress. The high density foams used in the construction of the mattress do a good job at providing even support throughout the mattress, including the edge.
I slept near the edge at times to test this and did not experience any of the “rolling off” the edges.
Smell / Off-Gassing
The Matsleep mattress had a noticeable amount of smell upon opening the box. It was enough to have to air the mattress out for a few days, but has since dissipated. This is normal for foam mattresses which ship in a box to the consumer.
Matsleep offers some options that are above and beyond what other mattress manufacturers offer such as:
- 365 night Trial period
- 10 year warranty
- Free Shipping
- 100% money back guarantee for Returns / Refunds
- Click here and save $200 on a Matsleep
The Matsleep mattress is very extremely reasonably priced, coming in at $595 for a Queen (after $200 discount) which is a great price given the quality materials and construction used in this mattress.
The Matsleep mattress is a great mattress that combines multiple layers of high quality foam with latex as well as a soft, breathable Tencel cover.
The Matsleep mattress provides a good medium feel and good support for all sleeping styles. For a mattress with latex in it, it has much less motion transfer than expected, sleeps cool and has good edge support.
The Matsleep is a good choice for those that like the hug and contour of foam with the responsiveness of latex without feeling “stuck in a hole” like some foam mattresses do.
The Matsleep is a nice comfortable mattress at a great price with extended sleep trial and is definitely a good choice for this price level.
We hope this review of the Matsleep mattress helps in your next purchase decision!