Earlier this week we posted an article comparing the Kiss mattress to the Casper mattress. Today we have a similar post that will give you an idea of how the Kiss mattress stacks up to the Leesa mattress. Let’s head back to mattress land and jump right in!

Mattress Cover
Each mattress has two covers, an outer cover and an inner cover.

When you unzip the Leesa you will find a 6 sided inner cover that fits the mattress like a sock. The following picture shows the bottom side of the mattress.

The Kiss mattress is like a fitted bottom sheet, molding very well to the mattress. The following photo also shows the bottom of the mattress.

Air Flow
Both the Kiss mattress and Leesa mattress have a large number of holes drilled into their top layers. The Kiss mattress has slightly more holes as well as larger holes than the Leesa mattress. The greater number of holes as well as the larger holes found on the Kiss mattress are likely two reasons why the Kiss mattress is cooler to the touch than the Leesa mattress.

Foam Layers
Each mattress is composed of 3 layers of foam. Check out the specifics below:

The Leesa is made up of 6″ of dense core support base foam, 2″ of contouring memory foam, and 2″ of cooling avena foam. The photo shows that at the time of unboxing, the mattress stood roughly 9″ tall. When measured 12 days later, the mattress stood 9.5″ tall.

7″ of base foam, 1.5″ of float memory foam, and 1.5″ of latex foam are layered on top of one another to create the Kiss mattress. After unboxing, the mattress measured right at 10″.

Both Leesa and Kiss have included cooling properties in the top layers of their mattresses. Justin and I found that the Kiss is cooler than the Leesa. We feel that this is due to the greater amount of airflow allowed through the multitude of large holes found in the top layer of the Kiss mattress. We would like to note that the Leesa is still a great choice for a cool sleeping mattress.

After a touch and feel session with each mattress, Justin and I discovered that the Kiss mattress is softer than the Leesa. Because we did a sink test in our comparison of the Casper and Leesa mattresses, we decided to include one in this post as well. Justin used a level, a 20 pound weight and each of our bodyweights to test the level of sinkage for each mattress. Check out the results below:

  • 20 pound weight- the Kiss sank significantly further
  • Kylie’s bodyweight- the Kiss sank significantly further
  • Justin’s bodyweight- the Kiss sank significantly further

The results back our speculation that the Kiss mattress is softer than the Leesa mattress.

Shortly after unboxing, a smell could be detected from both mattresses. After additional time to air out, the smells dissipated leaving our noses with no complaints.

Motion Transfer
Justin performed a “collapse on the bed” test. If you would like to check it out, you can watch us during our comparison video here. We discovered that the Kiss mattress has more motion transfer than the Leesa mattress.

Okay guys! That sums up the Leesa vs Kiss mattress comparison. Hopefully this article provided some useful information during your mattress search!

Do you have experience with the Kiss or the Leesa mattress? If so, what are your thoughts regarding the mattress? If you have any questions, feel free to ask! We will do our best to answer! 🙂

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