Nowadays, the mattress industry is booming because there are more and more people focusing on quality sleep. Dozens of new online mattress companies are dramatically re-shaping the industry. Casper and Leesa mattresses are two stores that have become the most popular choices of both new and difficult customers.

These stores always receive exceptional reviews because their hybrid foam mattresses are sold at a great price point. If you’re wondering that Casper or Leesa can offer the most suitable mattress for you, just read this review to find out some important differences of these stores.

Leesa vs Casper Mattress
Leesa vs Casper Mattress


In order to help consumer achieve optimal comfort and support, both two stores have combined different types of foam which makes their hybrid foam mattresses. A layer of responsive poly foam from Casper or Avena foam from Leesa creates hybrid configurations which offer great support from memory foam and great comfort / cooling.

Foam layers



4 foam layers includes:

  1. First layer: the responsive poly foam (1.5 inches) cools the mattress by providing airflow. Both Casper’s original version (launched May, 2016) and recent re-design version (launched January, 2017) are always cooler than other normal mattresses.
  2. Second layer: the memory foam (1.5 inches).
  3. Third layer: the poly foam (1.5 inches).
  4. Fourth layer: the support foam base (5 inches).

3 foam layers includes:

  1. First layer: the Avena foam (2 inches) makes you feel that you’re sleeping on a latex mattress because it is designed as a latex foam alternative which can provide better durability than latex foam. You will never feel hot when sleeping on Leesa mattresses.
  2. Second layer: the memory foam (2 inches).
  3. Third layer: the support foam base (6 inches).

The cooling capacity of Casper mattress and Leesa mattress are fairly comparable so you can enjoy a good night sleep with both of them.

Casper vs Leesa mattress layers
Casper vs Leesa mattress layers


People often don’t consider the cover as a pure function of the mattress so they may not pay much attention to this part. However, the cover is really an important detail that makes a perfect mattress.

Casper’s subtle and traditional cover is 2-tone, with all white on top and grey around the sides. The top white 100% polyester fabric is quite thin, stretchy, and porous so the cover will has a breathability and cooling perspective. It’s also the reason why you must be careful whenever you want to move your mattress.

Leesa’s cover has the seamless construction because it is made from a single piece of fabric and woven together. The aesthetic bold 4-bar design has created a unique feature to make the cover different from other mattresses.

Leesa use a blend of polyester and Lycra to create their covers. The main function of polyester is protecting the mattresses from damage. Meanwhile, Lycra which has known as the special material making sports clothing provides exceptional stretch, moisture wicking, and breathability. In fact, Leesa’s cover is thicker than Casper’s cover. The added thickness gives it a more durable feel so costumer will believe in its long term durability.


Both Casper and Leesa mattresses meet the standard of firmness. They come in at a 6 out of 10 on the firmness scale. However, Casper mattresses may be a better choice for heavier sleepers as they can sink more into the firmer 1.5″ poly foam and base poly foam layers thanks to the thinner comfort layers.

Casper vs Leesa Firmness
Casper vs Leesa Firmness

Sinkage, Feel and Motion Transfer

Lying Down Position

You can easily see that the Casper’s sinkage on your back and side is a bit deeper than Leesa’s one after using both mattresses. The Casper’s sinkage is about 2.5” – 3.5” while the Leesa’s sinkage is just 2.0” – 2.25”. This is one of the factors making the difference when you lie on these two types of mattresses. Casper’s mattress may give to you a more enveloped feel like you receive a “hug” of the foams around your entire body.

Casper mattresses are described: “The Casper’s sleep surface is universally comfortable — it contours to your body to relieve pressure while retaining a healthy bounce and cool temperature”.

Casper mattress – angled view

When lying down on Leesa, you will feel a little bit of a push back apart from a soft neutral feel. Although Leesa’s products can’t give to you an enveloped feel as Casper’s mattress do, it’s still on the medium scale.

They are described: “Leesa mattresses are designed to be great for all body shapes and all types of sleepers. Three layers of high quality foam deliver cooling bounce, contouring pressure relief and core support for amazing sleep…”

Angled view of the Leesa mattress

Motion Transfer

Motion transfer is extremely minor in both Casper and Leesa mattresses so you won’t feel anything even when your mate moves around and gets out of bed in the middle of the night.

You can watch the real test on these mattresses on our Youtube channel.

Leesa vs Casper Price

The prices of these mattresses are similar. You can find more information about Leesa at and about Casper on Amazon.


Casper Leesa




Twin XL






Queen $950


King $1,150


California King $1,150


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