Posted on Wed May 16 2018
Casper is an all foam mattress, consisting of four layers and totalling 10 inches in height. When looking at the construction of the mattress it looks to me that Casper is looking to provide people with the pressure relief of memory foam, but the bounce and cooling benefits of latex-like foam. Cover – The cover is 100% polyester and has a soft feel to it, as well as some thickness, which provides a bit of a cozy feeling. The cover snapped back into place quickly when I grabbed and pulled on it, meaning that you won’t have to worry about it bunching up when you move around and adjust positions on the mattress. I also found the cover to be pretty breathable, allowing air to flow through the mattress, which will help the sleeper stay cool. After taking a look at the construction of the Casper, it’s time to discuss the feel and firmness of the mattress. I started by pressing into the mattress, and the initial feel is from the comfort layer of response foam. As I mentioned before, the layer has a quick response to pressure and snaps back into position pretty quickly when I remove my hand. I begin to feel the memory foam layer for pressure relief when I apply more force and push further into the mattress, but the mattress regains its shape quickly, which will help defend against feeling stuck in the mattress.