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  • Casper Mattress Topper

  • Sleep on Latex Pure Green Natural Latex - Soft

  • Tempur-Pedic TEMPUR-Topper Supreme - Standard

  • ViscoSoft Serene Memory Foam Hybrid

  • The Duck And Goose Co. Mattress Topper

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Casper Mattress Topper

The Casper Mattress Topper comes in a surprisingly small box, and it’s rolled up super tightly in plastic wrap. However, unlike other products, this topper quickly expands to its full size—no 24-hour waiting period necessary. The triple-layer topper is made up of an “alt-latex” top layer, a graphite latex middle layer, and a viscoelastic bottom, and it’s wrapped in a gray cover made from a blend of polyester, rayon, and lycra. The queen-size topper measures 59.5 by 79.5 inches and is three inches thick, and while it didn’t quite come all the way to the edges of the mattress, we didn’t find this to be an issue functionally.

The construction felt extremely durable, and it retained its shape well throughout the course of testing—there were no “body craters” left behind like with cheaper options. In terms of sleep experience, the Casper Mattress Topper delivered. It was cozy and welcoming at night, conforming to your body shape without the weird “quicksand” sinking feeling of some memory foam. While it was pleasantly plush, the topper was appropriately supportive for different sleeping positions.

Pros

  • Expands quickly

  • Durable construction

  • Supportive

Cons

  • Hard to clean

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Sleep on Latex Pure Green Natural Latex - Soft

This mattress topper resembles a piece of foam, but there are little holes spread evenly across the surface. It’s bouncier than memory foam, and it springs back to its natural shape faster. Upon first unboxing this mattress topper, we noticed it had a distinct smell—not unlike that of latex gloves. It took about a day for the smell to dissipate. and it was also a bit difficult to put sheets over the material, as the fabric clung to the latex.

Once it was all set up, however, we loved the experience of sleeping on the Pure Green Topper. It was the perfect combination of squishy and supportive, and it never got warm during the night thanks to its air chambers and the material’s breathable nature.nAdditionally, this mattress topper is surprisingly affordable (compared to other latex toppers) at just $199 for a queen.

Pros

  • Eco-friendly

  • Bounces back quickly

  • Keeps you cool

Cons

  • Has a strong smell

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Tempur-Pedic TEMPUR-Topper Supreme - Standard

The Tempur-Topper Supreme is three inches thick and wrapped in a soft removable cover. You can wash the cover in the washing machine, but there are specific instructions for doing so—you can’t use chlorine or stain removers and you should let it air dry. In terms of performance, this mattress topper did fairly well. If you sit on it, you’ll experience the “quicksand” sinking sensation associated with memory foam, but this doesn’t happen when you lay down.

The topper is surprisingly firm, which my boyfriend liked it better than I did—he sleeps on his stomach, so he needs a more supportive surface. I thought it was nice, but I didn’t like it as much as the higher-rated options. The Tempur-Topper Supreme retained its shape well during testing and didn’t get hot at night, so it might be a good option for hot sleepers. It does have a bit of a smell when you first unbox it.

Pros

  • Firm

  • Keeps its shape

  • Provides temperature regulation

Cons

  • Strong smell

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ViscoSoft Serene Memory Foam Hybrid

The ViscoSoft Memory Foam Mattress Topper was one of the most unique products we tested. It’s made up of two pieces—a 2.5-inch layer of gel-infused memory foam and a 1.5-inch down-alternative mattress pad. To set it up, you place the foam layer on top of the bed and then anchor it in place using the pad, which has a skirt that hugs your mattress.

This mattress topper is very squishy and you sink into it when you lay down. It definitely provides a more plush surface, so it might not be the best choice if you’re looking for body support. While we did enjoy sleeping on this one, the foam needs to expand for at least 24 hours before use. It also has a chemical odor that needs to be aired out.

Pros

  • Comfortable

  • Unique design

Cons

  • Not supportive

  • Takes a long time to expand

  • Strong chemical smell

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The Duck And Goose Co. Mattress Topper

The Duck and Goose Co. Premium Hotel Mattress Topper is another down-alternative option. When we first unboxed the topper, it seemed thicker and more densely packed than the other down-style products, but it didn’t change the feel of the mattress. This two-inch topper is made of a microfiber shell and a microfiber filler.

While this topper did add a small amount of cushioning, we thought it felt pretty much identical to sleeping on the bare mattress. The nice thing about this product is you can toss it in the washing machine if it ever gets dirty, and it’s also quite affordable at $78.99 for a queen.

Pros

  • Machine washable

  • Affordable

Cons

  • Too small

  • Thin cushioning

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