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Unboxing the Polysleep Mattress

This week, I’ll be taking a look at Canadian retailer Polysleep’s flagship mattress. I’m super excited to test this bed out, not only because it’s built with some pretty interesting looking foam layers, but because it’s 100% designed, manufactured and assembled in Montreal, which isn’t something you see everyday. I should also mention that you can save $70 on your purchase of a Polysleep with the code SLEEPOPOLIS70.

But before I get to assessing how comfortable the Polysleep is, I’ve got to let it decompress. So let’s unbox this bad boy and get it set on the frame!


The Polysleep brings together both memory foam and high-density polyfoam for a sleep that’s as supportive as it is pressure-relieving. Additionally, the bed also boasts a ventilated top layer to encourage breathability and a spill-proof cover.

I’ll dive deeper into all of this in my full review, but wanted to give you a sneak peek at the Polysleep’s different layers.

Cover – The cover is made of a soft, liquid-repellent fabric. This means you can enjoy coffee in bed without worrying too much about all the inevitable spills.

Comfort Layer – The comfort layer is built with hybrid memory foam. While you’ll get some nice body contouring from this section, its hybrid nature makes it both soft and responsive to pressure, so you won’t sink in too much. This layer is also ventilated for extra air flow.

Transition Layer – Below the comfort layer, you’ll find some high-density poly foam. This section’s main job is to transition the sleeper from the plush memory foam up top into the denser materials below.

Foundation Layer – And finally, the base, which is comprised of high-density poly foam. This firm section gives the bed its stability and shape.

Edge Support – The Polysleep also has a thin layer of high-density poly foam that wraps around the entire mattress, providing extra edge support to the all-foam structure.


  • Couples – Beds built with thick layers of memory foam are typically great for couples as the material is great at containing motion, so I anticipate that the Polysleep would be a good fit for those of you who sleep with a bed mate.
  • Side sleepers – All-foam constructions are also fantastic for side sleepers as they’re typically soft and provide excellent pressure relief to the shoulders and hips.

That’s all for now, stay on the lookout for my full review!

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Logan Block

Logan is the content director of Sleepopolis, which means he not only reviews new mattresses every week, but also curates all the comparisons, best of pages, and video guides on the site. He takes a straightforward, honest approach to his reviews and endeavors to give viewers an objective look at each new product he tries out. Logan has perfected his method by personally testing over 200 different mattresses, so he’s not only able to discern the overall vibe of a specific bed, but to contextualize its feel within the bed-in-a-box market as a whole.

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