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Tomorrow Sleep Hybrid Review

Between the strong pedigree of the company and the quality of the materials used, I am comfortable recommending Tomorrow Sleep to my readers. It’s a good mid-range hybrid mattress and has a few options to accommodate different sleeping positions.

Nerd Score: 4.6/5


Tomorrow Sleep is an online direct-to-consumer mattress company, one of many to come on the scene in recent years.

But Tomorrow Sleep has something huge to set it apart from the crowd. Tomorrow Sleep is the direct-to-consumer arm of Serta Simmons Bedding, the largest mattress manufacturer in North America.

Serta Simmons knows their way around the mattress since they’ve been slinging mattresses since the1870s. They were the first company to mass produce coil mattresses in North America.

That kind of experience and know-how is coupled with a desire to exploit new technology for a new age of sleepers. That was the impetus behind the Tomorrow line.

And when I say new age sleepers I mean all of us. Science is telling us, in no uncertain terms, that we need better sleep. Our health depends on it. So putting time into your mattress shopping is a good thing.

And that’s why we go through this process to tell you that the Tomorrow Sleep Hybrid is a hybrid mattress that tries to offer individualized support with medium firm and medium soft versions. This newer mattress attempts to increase the breathability and airflow through the mattress.

The Tomorrow Sleep Hybrid will cost you the roughly the same amount as other mattresses in the same category. But the quality is better.

Perhaps we should expect that kind of quality from a mattress pioneer. Here’s more info to chew on.


Here are some cool things to know about the Tomorrow Sleep Hybrid:

  • Five-layer hybrid in medium soft or medium hard
  • Eco-friendly foams are certified by CertiPUR-US
  • Medium soft mattress is designed to hug your body
  • Medium firm has a more solid sleeping surface
  • Premium memory foam for contouring; wrapped coils for support and airflow
  • Designed for maximum comfort, individualized support, and airflow
  • 365-night trial period, among the best in the industry
  • Designed to work with any frame or surface, even the floor
  • Parent company has nearly 150 years of experience making mattresses
  • You go see the mattress at any CB2 store in the U.S.
  • Made in the USA

150 Years Old: I'm referring to Serta Simmons, not this mattress.



The Tomorrow Sleep Hybrid is a hybrid mattress made of memory foam and innerspring coils.


You know that old-timey foam had a bad reputation for heating up too much.

The Tomorrow Sleep Hybrid, because it’s a hybrid and because technology is a great thing, has a top made of “phase change” material. That’s a fancy way of saying it is meant to keep the temperature fairly neutral.

Also the second layer in these mattresses has perforated edges so heat can escape out of the sides of the mattress. Neither you or the heat should get stuck inside the foam layers.


The Tomorrow Sleep Hybrid comes in medium firm and medium soft.

The Medium Firm is quite firm, but doesn’t feel too hard on the surface. It uses a 1-inch layer of very firm memory foam that doesn’t contour so much. However, the next layer and the coils beneath that will do the contouring.

Tomorrow Sleep says 70% of their customers prefer the Medium Firm over the Medium Soft, but maybe that’s because most people are used to a firmer mattress. This one is better for back sleepers, stomach sleepers, and for people who are overweight that sleep in any position.

The Medium Soft is a bit softer on the surface than the Medium Firm, and it contours just a bit more. It’s no where near plush, which is probably why they call it the medium soft. If you like a squishy mattress, this isn’t it. The Medium Soft is going to be good for side sleepers and people who are on the thin side regardless of their sleeping position.

Motion Transfer

Normally a foam mattress will keep bed partner movements on their respective side of the bed. It would be a good job to isolate the movement.

Same with this hybrid, though with a little more wiggle if your partner or child is waking up early or needing to use the potty and getting up out of the bed. Let’s just say it should be of a ferocity that will wake you from a deep sleep.

Edge Support

The Tomorrow Sleep Hybrid has a solid enough base to keep you upright if you’re sitting on the edge of the mattress or if you’re lying in any position to sleep. The quality of materials helps keep the edges strong.


The Tomorrow Sleep mattress is made of five different layers. They vary slightly depending on the firmness you choose. We’ll explain below.

The top layer is the Tomorrow Cool Memory Foam quilted into a soft fabric. The gel material incorporated into the foam pulls heat from your body to keep you cool.

The second layer is the Tomorrow Airy Comfort Memory Foam. It promotes airflow because the outer edges are perforated. Heat can escape from both sides of the mattress.

The third layer is the Tomorrow Bounce Foam. It’s a transition layer that keeps you from sinking all the way down into the coils.

The fourth layer is the Pocketed Coil Network System: Every coil is made from durable high-carbon steel and flexes separately, adapting to your body contours, for head to toe support. The result is a stabilizing structure designed to support each of your sleeping positions and reduce motion transfer between you and your sleep mate.

The fifth layer is the Support Foam Base Layer. All of that adapting and contouring layers above get the stabilizing and support they need from this final, high-density foam layer.

Know that the Medium Firm uses firmer foam and thicker gauge coils in the bottom layers than the Medium Soft version, but both use high density foams that should be very durable in the long run.

The Tomorrow Layers: Cooling, comfort, bounce, coils all have a special layer in this mattress


Here is a breakdown of the Tomorrow Hybrid specifications:


  • Twin: 38″ x 74.5″
  • Twin XL: 38” x 79.5”
  • Full: 53” x 74.5”
  • Queen: 60” x 79.5”
  • King: 76” x 79.5”
  • Cal King: 72” x 83.5”


110 pounds for the queen


10 inches



The Tomorrow Sleep Hybrid comes with a full-year trial—365 days, which is the best you’ll find anywhere. They encourage you to break in the mattress and get used to the feel of it for at least 30 days before you think about returning it.

If you still want to send it back, you can call the company and have someone pick it up at no cost to you. You will received a full refund.


The mattress comes with a 10-year limited warranty, which is about standard in the industry. One scenario? The mattress begins to sag about 1.5 inches. If that’s the case, Tomorrow will repair or replace the mattress. You pay delivery charges.

Delivery & Setup

The Tomorrow Sleep Hybrid comes compressed and rolled in a box. It can be delivered in 2-3 business days. It ships for free. If you set it up yourself, simply take it out of the box and plastic, place it on its base and watch it come to life in roughly 10 minutes and fully expand within 24 hours.

You can set up the mattress or chose White Glove service and have them set it up for you. Prices start at $75 and vary by location. For an additional $49, Tomorrow Sleep will remove and dispose of your old mattress.

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Customer service

The customer care people at Tomorrow Sleep are most easily reached by phone or chat, but only during business hours.


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The Tomorrow Sleep Hybrid mattress is a great value for the money and it is built by the largest mattress manufacturer in the United States.

With so many new online companies, it could be hard to know where to turn. With Tomorrow Sleep mattresses you at least know that Serta Simmons is overseeing the project. That’s why you’ll find this hybrid in two different firmness levels. Who else can say how personal a mattress purchase is than the company that has been selling them since the 1870s?

If you want a direct-to-consumer mattress but aren’t sure about the newer companies that have popped up, the Tomorrow Sleep is a solid choice.

It’s better value for your money than most mattresses you’ll find in a retail store. And it’s backed by a bigger company than other direct-to-consumer mattresses.

Comments (8)

  1. We are looking for a queen mattress for the both of us, but I need a softer one because I sleep on my side and the one we have now is too hard. I am a large female and my husband is within the BMI range for his size. He sleeps on his side also but tends to gravitate towards me during the night. I get hot and need a mattress that allows me to have my shoulders lower than the pillow which our current one doesn’t do. With this info could you tell me which mattress do you think would be good for us please.

  2. I am looking at the Tomorrow Sleep Hybrid and the Beautyrest Silver Hybrid, I notice the Beautyrest is 12-1/2″ thick vs 10″ for the Tomorrow Sleep and it has 1000 coils in the queen size vs 800 for the Tomorrow Sleep, does this translate in anyway to a better feel for the Beautyrest?

  3. I am looking for a King size for my husband and I. We are both average weight. He is mostly a back sleeper and I am mostly a side sleeper. Should I get the firm or soft?

    • The soft should be fine for you two, since the “soft” isn’t super-squishy. It’s more of a medium.

      That is unless you like a firmer mattress as a personal preference, or you tried a Tempurpedic and really liked the slow reaction time. Otherwise, the Medium Soft is most likely to work.

  4. How would you compare the Tomorrow Sleep Medium Firm to the Leesa Medium Firm in terms of bot feel and quality?
    Thanks, Scott

    • They feel quite different.

      The Leesa will have a bouncier top, and the Tomorrow Medium Firm will be a bit squishier on the top, and feel more like traditional memory foam (it will have a little “bounce” further into the mattress, not on the surface like the Leesa).

      They are kind of similar quality, but the Tomorrow uses slightly stronger foams, so I’d have to say the Tomorrow is a little better as far as durability goes. The Sapira, which is also sold by Leesa, is more comparable in quality to the Tomorrow Sleep.

      On the other hand, I personally like how the Leesa feels a little better, but that’s just personal preference. I like latex mattresses, and the Leesa feels like latex. If you like the feel of memory foam, you may like the Tomorrow better.

  5. I’m interested in the medium soft. I recently tried a Nolah and found it too firm. How soft would you say the medium soft is? Do you sink in? Is it softer than the Nolah? I currently have a Serta innerspring with a 3-inch, 3lbs memory foam topper. I like that amount of foam because I sink into it, but it feels hot. I’m thinking of getting the tomorrow sleep because it too has 3 inches of foam on top but may be cooler.

    • I’m not familiar with the Nolah, so I can’t really compare to that. The Medium Soft is not super soft. But, you do sink into it a fair bit, especially on your side. On a scale from 1 to 10 where 1 is the firmest, this will be somewhere around a 5 (but keep in mind everyone’s body is different, and will sink in by a different amount, so your number may be a little different than mine).

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