Tempurpedic vs. Loom & Leaf vs. Casper vs. Leesa: Foam Mattresses Compared
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Tempurpedic vs. Loom & Leaf vs. Casper vs. Leesa: Foam Mattresses Compared

Tempurpedic is the most expensive mattress but rich in features such Tempur-cooling. Loom & Leaf focuses on green mattresses with plant-based gels. Casper has hypoallergenic foam and many multiple layers for those with bad backs. Leesa has compact storage for mattresses making them a good choice if you need to transport your mattress far away.
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Tempurpedic — Best Features
10-year limited warranty for repairs or replacement.
10-year limited warranty for repairs or replacement.
Best for: Those looking for some security in their mattress purchase.
Loom & Leaf — Best Features
Plant-based memory foam options available.
Sustainable shipping with no off-gassing.
Best for: Environmentally-minded buyers who want more green options.
Casper — Best Features
Hypoallergenic foam for those with allergy issues.
Multiple layers with transition foam to help bad backs.
Best for: Those who have issues with allergies.
leesa — Best Features
2-inch contouring memory foam in mattresses.
Expanding mattresses fit in compact packages for easy transportation.
Best for: Those planning on moving around their mattresses a lot.

Ideally, beds should be well-suited to the individual and what their specific condition is. Here are a few bed companies along with their features and bed types so you can do your own analysis for which one would work the best for you.



Tempurpedic is easily one of the most famous companies for bed on Earth. It uses technology that was originally created for the seats in a space shuttle. The mattresses use memory foam, which conforms to the shape of your body for a more comfortable sleep than what you get from box springs, according to many people anyway.


  • 90-day Night Trial-This means that you can try out the mattress that you buy for 90 days before you are committed to it. If you don’t like it before the 90 days are over, you can send it back.
  • Buy One Give One Donation- Another promotion that often happens is where you can make it so that if you buy a Tempurpedic mattress, they will actually donate one to charity on your behalf.
  • Free White Glove Delivery-You can get white glove delivery for free during certain promotions, which means they will deliver the bed and even set it up for you.

Loom & Leaf


Loom & Leaf has some green, organic solutions for memory foam mattresses.The mattresses are made in the United States.


  • Organic Plant-based Gel-The memory foam at Loom & Leaf is plant-based, making it better in terms of environmentalism than many other options.
  • Breathable Channels-The foam focuses on being non-cloying and cooling to the skin when you lay in it.
  • Green Certifications-The company has CertiPUR-US certifications, support from the Sustainable Furnishings Council, and organic cotton covering. They mattresses also have no odor and use a gel that’s medical-grade. Efforts are made to make sure the shipping used is green and sustainable.



Casper has a full solution for sleeping including mattresses, sheets, pillows and even a dog mattress. It’s been reviewed by The New York Times, Wired, and others. Those with bad allergies and bad backs often like the mattresses due to their features that aid with these particular ailments.


  • Open-cell Latex-This cell is hypoallergenic and also helps make sure that you stay cool. It’s also a bit bouncier than other mattresses. It lies on top of the responsive memory foam.
  • 100-Night Trial-Casper has one of the best options for trying out mattresses since they go a full 100 days before you have to choose.
  • Variety of Bedding Options-You can also buy box springs, pillows, and sheets here as well as mattresses. You can even buy dog mattresses if you want.
  • Effective for Bad Backs-Reviewers report that the mattresses are good for bad backs due to a combination of having a bouncy top hypoallergenic layer with memory foam and many other layers besides. This includes transitional layers, which likely explains why people with back issues like the beds.



Leesa features a number of options such as their 10% off for military ID and their seasonal coupons for saving $75 as well. They have  Google Trusted icon like many of the other companies, but they get very strong reviews from the thousands of people reviewing them there.


  • Frequent Coupons-Leesa offers coupons frequently, such as the one that pops up on their main site which gives you $75 off. You do have to add the appropriate coupon code into the box during checkout, however.
  • Google Trusted-The store has Google Trusted status, as well as a 4.9-star rating from over 3,000 reviews. This status means you get protection up to $1000 plus help with Google for arbitration. You can read reviews in by clicking on the Google box in the bottom right corner of the main site page.
  • Free Shipping-Leesa offers free shipping where the mattress arrives in a compressed box.
  • Contouring Foam-The mattresses feature 2-inch memory foam with contoured layers. This helps with pressure relief.

Head to Head


Tempurpedic has a lot of deals to make it easier and safer to buy a mattress and bed. For example, they often have promotions such as getting 0% APR for 48 months. This is only for orders that are over $750, however. They also have a 90-night trial for you to try out the mattress before you commit to buying it. The mattresses have a lot of extras like tempur-breeze cooling to keep from getting overhot, a smartclimate system for wicking out moisture, and many features focusing on support.

Loom & Leaf offers a 75 day home trial, which is less than Tempurpedic. The live chat on Loom & Leaf comes up right away when you go to the home site, which is good for those who have questions, but it’s a bit intrusive and the audio is on automatically.

Casper has a 100-night trial which beats both Loom and Tempurpedic. Casper is also a good choice for the charity-minded since they have a partnership where they give out clean drinking water in Cambodia. Reviews mention that the mattresses are good for bad backs.

Leesa has a 100-day trial as well, making them tied with Casper for the longest trial period of the four. They also have charity options such as giving one mattress away for every 10 that are purchased, though it appears that Tempurpedic often features stronger promotions than this since theirs is one mattress for every one purchased. The Tempurpedic promotion looks temporary, however, where the Leesa one might very well be much more on-going.


Tempurpedic mattresses are on the more expensive side with a medium-firm Tempur-Flex Prima Twin mattress going for $1600 or so.

Loom & Leaf offers a luxury memory foam bed for about $1000. They also do nationwide delivery and in-home setup.

The main mattress for Casper is a little cheaper than the others at $950 for a King and only $500 for a twin.

Leesa goes for $525 for a twin mattress. This makes Casper the cheapest mattress of the four when it comes to Twin. 

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