The Leesa Foam Mattress Review
Leesa is the Tom’s Shoes of mattresses -- that is, they’re a B Corporation company with a conscience. For every ten foam mattresses sold by Leesa, they donate one to a shelter. Leesa, in conjunction with the Arbor Day Foundation, will also plant a tree for every mattress sold, reducing their environmental impact.
The actual mattress, meanwhile, is exceptionally high quality. Leesa mattresses have three supportive foam layers: 2-inches of airflow-friendly Avena foam on top, a 2-inch middle layer of pressure relieving memory foam, and a 6-inch dense foam base for support. We like the bouncy Avena polyurethane foam layer in particular, as it works better to dissipate heat than most of the competition. It’s very responsive to body movements, too, so you won’t lose support if you shift around a lot.
Like its competition, the $890 Leesa offers a 100-night trial, so you really don’t have anything to lose. And because of Leesa’s commitment to social responsibility, worthy charities have everything to gain. That’s why the Leesa is our pick for the best mattress with a social conscience.