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best mattress for combo sleepers

Best Mattress for Combination Sleepers

We've compiled a list of the top rated mattresses for combination sleepers that rotate between several positions in their sleep

Many people shift positions throughout the night. That means they need a bed that will be supportive, yet pressure relieving, and also able to accommodate all sleep styles. Here are the best rated mattresses we’ve reviewed for combo sleepers that lay on their side, back, and/or stomach.

Our Top Picks For Combo Sleepers

So, you’re trying to find a new mattress. We know there are many, many options out there and it can be overwhelming trying to pick just one bed, which is why we’ve taken the time to do some leg work for you.

In this post, we’ll cover what our team thinks are the best mattresses for combo sleepers. This means that the beds we selected will be comfortable for you even if you sleep in a variety of positions (side, back, and stomach). No need to stand on ceremony, let’s look at our list of the best mattresses for combination sleepers:

Please keep in mind that we are not physicians or chiropractors and this is not an offering of health advice. That said, we did consult with a chiropractor to help us firm up our opinions and select this list.

At the bare minimum, this should serve as a starting point for you. I won’t be offended in the slightest if you do some extra research, but I do think that you’ll get a lot out of this post. And with that out of the way, let’s talk best beds for combination sleepers.

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Brooklyn Bedding Signature is an innerspring mattress that we consider a tremendous value for combination sleepers. It's supportive, ultra comfortable, and budget-friendly.
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Purple makes unique feeling mattresses that feature a proprietary material called Hyper-Elastic Polymer. This material is great for support, pressure relief, airflow, and responsiveness. For combination sleepers, our favorite bed they make is the Purple Hybrid Premier 3.
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Memory Foam Mattress

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Puffy Lux is a memory foam mattress that we can't imagine you won't like—that is, if you enjoy a fluffy, airy memory foam feel.
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Bear Hybrid has a neutral-foam feel, but is very supportive because it incorporates 8" pocketed coils. This is just a wonderful mattress for heavy and obese combination sleepers. It doesn't hurt also that Bear Hybrid is very affordable.
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Latex Mattress (mix)

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GhostBed is an accommodating latex hybrid mattress that is supportive and comfortable. It is much more affordable than a 100% latex mattress, and has a fairly neutral overall feel. We could see a lot of combo sleepers really enjoying GhostBed.


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We didn’t put any price restrictions in place when selecting this list, although we tried to include a variety of affordable beds. We also tried to include beds that accommodate a variety of different sleeping positions because, at the end of the day, that’s what combination sleepers need.

For example, side sleepers will want a bed that is pressure relieving. In other words, the bed should be soft, and give underneath the hips, so the body can lie flat on the bed. However, when someone is sleeping on their back or stomach, they will want a firmer, more supportive bed.

Again, we are not doctors or chiropractors, so please consult your doctor if you have any concerns, but we did consult with a professional chiropractor for some tips, which we use for all our mattress reviews.

Brooklyn Bedding Signature


  • Folks who want options (multiple firmness levels)
  • If value is priority #1 (Brooklyn Signature is affordable and very nice)
  • All types of sleepers
  • People of all shapes/sizes (the bed has 6" coils)

Brooklyn Signature is a great option for people that make value-based decisions. The bed sells for under $1,000 (queen) and yet has 6″ coils and is available in multiple firmness options, allowing you to select whichever best suits your dominant sleeping position.

For instance, the Soft model is purely for side sleepers looking for max pressure relief. The Medium option is still somewhat soft, but should be good for all sleeping positions. And the Firm model is about a medium-firm, which means it’s pretty versatile as well.

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For the price, it’s hard to do better than Brooklyn Signature

Beyond the fact that it’s a good value, Brooklyn Signature is just a really comfortable and accomodating bed. It feels like what it is: a coil bed with soft comfort layers on top. What’s nice, though, is that the comfort layers are not memory foam so you get a neutral, general soft-foam feel that we think most people will love.

And since we’ve been raving about the price, here it is: the Signature mattress has an MSRP that ranges from $599 (twin) to $1,249 (king). The queen size comes in at $949 before any discounts, but most of the time you can find it for under $800! No joke. You can visit BB’s website to see their current specials, but you can safely assume that you’ll be spending well under $1,000 for a queen size Signature mattress.

Purple (All Models)


  • If you're open to a new type of mattress
  • All styles of sleepers (side, back, stomach, combo)
  • All sized sleepers with the New Purple mattresses (petite, medium, heavy)
  • People who sleep hot (this mattress allows for great airflow)
  • Individuals who want a responsive mattress that also isolates motion well

Purple mattresses are great for people who want a very unique feeling bed. Purple is different than pretty much every other mattress out there right now, because their beds use a special material called Hyper-Elastic Polymer. The Hyper-Elastic Polymer topper is constructed in a grid format that allows for an almost unreal amount of airflow, which is the reason that Purple made our list of the Best Mattresses for Hot Sleepers and Best Mattresses for Night Sweats/Hot Flashes.

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It’s unlike any comfort layer you’ve seen on a bed before

Combination sleepers who sleep predominantly on their side will likely find this bed to be excellent at pressure relief. However, the Purple Hybrid Premier 3 is constructed with a combination of coils, foam, and that Hyper-Elastic Polymer material, which makes it supportive enough for combination sleepers who spend a lot of the night on their back and stomach, as well. Because the Purple Hybrid Premier 3 is so supportive, yet soft, we think it should be comfortable for all sizes of sleepers, even heavier individuals.

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It’s easy to fall asleep in any position on a Purple mattress

Overall, Purple mattresses are great for combination sleepers, but they are a little more pricey and very unique, so it might not be for everyone. You can learn more about Purple and see current deals on Purple’s website.

Puffy Lux


  • Individuals that like memory foam
  • Anyone weighing under (or around) 250 lb
  • Anyone that's prone to feeling buyer's remorse (it has a 101-night trial window)
  • If you're worried about keeping your mattress clean (washable cover)
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Simply put, we see Puffy Lux as one of the most comfortable memory foam mattresses on the market today. Rather than having a deep, melting-in feeling like your standard memory foam beds, Puffy Lux has plenty of pressure relief, but makes it relatively easy for you to rotate sleeping positions.

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It’s a comfy bed with a fluffier memory foam sensation

In general, we aren’t the biggest fan of memory foam beds for combination sleepers, but we felt that Puffy Lux was above-average in the responsiveness department. Beyond that, given that Puffy Lux is softer, we think it will serve as a nice solution for side sleepers that like to flirt with other positions, but predominantly favor their side.

Bear Hybrid


  • Individuals looking for a soft, neutral-foam feel
  • People who want a bed with a 20-year warranty
  • All body types (petite, medium, and heavy folks)
  • Anyone that is intrigued by Bear's special Celliant cover
  • Couples (Bear Hybrid is quite accomodating in several ways)

People who are searching for a mattress with both coils and soft foam will likely enjoy Bear Hybrid. This bed has a comfortable, soft, neutral-foam feel, but it is very supportive given that it has pocketed coils.

It’s only available in one firmness level, but that happens to be about a medium on the soft/firm scale, which makes it perfect for combination sleepers, regardless of which position you tend to favor.

The bed starts with a base of pocketed coils, which not only provide support and bounce, but also tend to help with the longevity of a mattress—hence the reason why Bear Hybrid has a 20-year warranty.

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Bear Hybrid is a burly, yet comfortable mattress with 8″ coils

The mattress even has a special cover made with Celliant, a material alleged to help with restful sleep, circulation, and more. You can read more about Celliant on Bear’s website, but suffice it to say that we think there’s something to it. We have no data to prove that, but there are certain members of our team that swear by Celliant.

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A closer look at Bear Hybrid’s quilted Celliant cover

All in all, Bear Hybrid is just one of those beds that most people can agree on. I’m not saying it will be exactly what you had in mind, but I sincerely doubt that you will hate it. It’s just neutral, comfortable, supportive, and overall perfect for combo sleepers.



  • People who want an affordable latex bed
  • Anyone that wants an accommodating mattress (it’s just a safe pick)
  • Individuals who want a longer than average warranty (2x normal warranty)
  • Couples (solid edge support and motion isolation for all-foam bed)

While GhostBed is technically a latex hybrid, we chose it as the best latex mattress for combination sleepers for several reasons. This mattress is very accommodating, with a 1.5” layer of latex foam, 2” of gel memory foam, and 7.5” of a dense base layer. This mix gives it a neutral-foam feel that has characteristics of both memory foam and latex foam.

Combination sleepers who spend a lot of time on their sides will likely find the GhostBed more comfortable than a lot of all-latex bed because of the pressure-relieving capabilities of memory foam. GhostBed is also significantly more affordable than most all-latex beds, including Zenhaven and the IDLE Latex Hybrid.

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The GhostBed provides qualities from both latex and memory foam

Furthermore, this will be a good mattress for couples because (among other things) GhostBed isolates motion well, meaning you won’t be jolted awake when your partner moves at night. GhostBed also has a 20-year warranty, which is about double what most bed-in-a-box companies offer. Overall, combination sleepers should find GhostBed an affordable and pressure-relieving alternative to all-latex beds.

Review Team

Jeff Rizzo

Jeff Rizzo

Combo Sleeper

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Dillon Lopez

Combo Sleeper


McKenzie Dillon

Combo Sleeper

Dillon Payne

Dillon Payne

Combo Sleeper

How Did The Slumber Yard Come To Acquire All These Beds?

The Slumber Yard has a storage room filled to the brim with mattresses we’ve received in one of two ways: A mattress company sent us their mattress to review, or we bought the mattress ourselves so we could test it out. That means companies can’t pay or bribe us to write positive content about them and our reviews are 100% authentic. A product will get our stamp of approval if our experienced team members enjoy it, and if they can envision the general public liking it, too.

You’ll Likely Find A Combo Of These Materials If You Tore Apart Your Mattress

As you probably already noticed, there are countless mattress companies on the market right now and it seems like a new one is popping up almost every day. Each mattress uses a blend of different materials to achieve their desired result, but you can ultimately break down the different types of mattress materials into five categories. Of course there are other kinds of material, like air in an air bed or water in a water bed, but we’re talking about beds you’ll use for the long term. We aren’t writing this post to talk about mattresses to go camping with, and especially not mattresses that should stay in the ’90s. Here are the most common types of materials you’d find in your mattress if you were to cut open the cover.

Memory Foam — After conducting research from a sample size of over 1,000 people, The Slumber Yard came to find that a majority of folks either liked or didn’t mind the feel of memory foam. It’s soft and contours to the shape of your body, so it feels like your bed is giving you a hug every night before you go to sleep. The downside is that it’s often slow to respond, so we usually wouldn’t recommend memory foam beds to combination sleepers because it might be more difficult to change positions without disturbing your sleep. That’s why we only included one memory foam mattress on this list, and the one we chose incorporates coils so it bounces back much quicker than your traditional memory foam mattress.

Latex Foam — Similar to memory foam, latex foam has a soft feel to it, but it’s much bouncier and more responsive. We’d say it’s a little spongy, but in the best way possible. It doesn’t hug your body like memory foam does, so it sleeps cooler and it’s much easier for combination sleepers to switch positions on. Latex foam beds can be a little pricey because quality latex foam or organic latex is naturally derived, and all organic latex foams are hypoallergenic. There are less expensive synthetic latex foam mattresses out there, but you won’t get all the benefits you get with organic latex foam.

Polyurethane Foam — The folks in the mattress industry use fancy jargon to describe foam materials, so “polyurethane foam” is basically just a fancy term for neutral foam. It’s light, gentle, and much more responsive than traditional memory foam is. That’s why you can find several neutral foam mattresses on this list, and only one memory foam one.

Proprietary Foam — Here’s another slightly over-complicated mattress term. It really just means a type of foam made specifically by a company for their own use. It’s common for a mattress company to make their own memory foam, or neutral foam, and sometimes we see a company start from scratch and completely make their own kind of never-before-seen material like the Purple mattress you saw in this post. They came out with a mattress that uses a Hyper-Elastic Polymer along with foam or coils, and it’s one of the most unique mattresses we’ve ever tested out.

Innerspring/Coils — If you ask your grandparents or even parents what kind of bed they slept on growing up, there’s a strong chance they had a coil mattress. There’s even a good chance that the mattress up in grandma’s guest bedroom is an innerspring mattress. They’re bouncy and incredibly responsive to pressure, so they’re the best kind of mattresses for kids (or energetic adults) to jump up and down on. They’re also a good choice for combo sleepers because you’ll be able to roll around at your own leisure without struggling to switch positions.

And when you see the term “hybrid mattress” we aren’t talking about a mattress that’s half gas and half electric. When we say a bed is a hybrid, it means the mattress contains a combination of coils and foam. We really like hybrid mattresses because you get the best of both worlds; the support and responsiveness of coil mattresses, with the softness and pressure relief of a foam one. For this reason they tend to be a little more expensive, but it’ll be super accommodating for you combo sleepers. We mentioned earlier that the one memory foam mattress on our list is a hybrid—including coils into a mattress allows combination sleepers to get a memory foam feel without waking up every time they try to switch from their back to their side.

How Weight Affects The Feel Of Your Mattress

We included the mattresses’ different firmness levels throughout this post, but we generally give them their rating based on the way they feel to a medium-sized individual. If you’re under 140 lb or over 250 lb, a bed is probably going to feel a little different than how we described it. Let’s say you’re a 250 lb man laying on the 10” thick Leesa mattress we mentioned earlier. Your body is going to sink further into the mattress, making it feel softer than it would to say a 100 lb female. Vice versa, if the 100 lb female laid down on Leesa, she’d probably think it felt firmer than a medium because she isn’t sinking into the mattress enough to feel the softness of its top layers. We suggest always taking your weight into consideration so there aren’t any surprises when you finally get your online mattress delivered.