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Amerisleep Revere Mattress Review

Update – Amerisleep recently re-designed and re-named the Revere. It is now the AS2. Read Amerisleep AS2 review here.

Is it time to replace that old mattress? Well ,you’re in luck. Amerisleep’s Revere mattress is here and ready to restore order to your bedroom. Amerisleep has been creating quality mattresses and sleep products for close to a decade now. Does their Revere mattress have what it takes to join your bedroom?

Keep reading below to find out! Short on time? Click here to slide on down to the review summary.

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The Amerisleep Revere mattress is 12″ thick and built from 2 layers of foam.

  • Top layer (comfort + cooling + pressure relief) – 3″ of Bio-Pur foam. The top layer of this mattress welcomes the sleeper by providing immediate pressure relief, cooling, and overall comfort. Bio-Pur foam is an advanced type of memory foam and is designed to pull heat away from the sleeper, working to maintain a cooler sleeping surface.
  • Bottom layer (support) – 9″ of Bio-Core foam. The bottom layer is designed to provide the sleeper with support. As a thicker layer, the bottom acts to provide a level of deep compression support as well.
Amerisleep Revere layers (top to bottom) - 3" Bio-Pur foam, 9" Bio-Core foam
Amerisleep Revere layers (top to bottom) – 3″ Bio-Pur foam, 9″ Bio-Core foam


The cover of the Revere mattress is constructed from a combination of Celliant (21%), spandex (2%), and polyester (77%). Celliant has been studied and shown to turn body heat into infrared light. Infrared light has been clinically proven to increase bloodflow, giving your body the ability to carry more oxygen. By using the Celliant in the cover, the Revere has the ability to reduce pain, partially regulate temperatures, and provide a more restful sleep overall.

Aesthetically speaking, the cover of the Revere is nice. While it is similar to their other mattresses, the dark brown side panels provide a nice level of contrast and a certain sharpened look, in my opinion. With a snug fit from head to toe, the cover’s wavy design is able to stand out and provide a sleek, modern aesthetic.

Close up shot of the Revere's cover
Close up shot of the Revere’s cover

Firmness, Feel, & Support

The Amerisleep Revere mattress strikes a medium firm feel. On a firmness scale of 1-10, where 10 is the most firm, the Revere comes in at a 6-6.5. Amerisleep created this mattress with intentions of meeting the needs of most sleepers.

Amerisleep Revere firmness - 6-6.5 out of 10, where 10 is the most firm
Amerisleep Revere firmness – 6-6.5 out of 10, where 10 is the most firm

The overall feel of this mattress is quite nice. There is enough sinkage to help take care of unwanted pressure points, but not so much that you feel enveloped by the foams. This is beneficial for the sleepers who need a very supportive mattress, yet they still want pressure relief. Typically, medium firm mattress with thin covers struggle in this area. The Revere is not one of those mattresses. On the Revere, sleepers receive the best of both worls.

Close up shot of the Amerisleep logo
Close up shot of the Amerisleep logo

Support was another area where I was thoroughly impressed by the Revere. The firmness and feel is such that it creates a nice level of both comfort and support suitable for sleepers of any position. As a stomach sleeper, I felt both comfortable and supported by the Revere. My wife who is primarily a side and back sleeper, informed me that she also felt well supported. The sinking feeling of this mattress is not abrupt, allowing movement to a comfortable position before it contours significantly. The response time isn’t instant, but it’s not slow either. I would describe it as being well above average compared to traditional memory foam.

Next up, let’s talk about bounce. It’s certainly not as high as you would get with a coil or latex mattress, but it’s several degrees better than old school memory foam. With a dense top layer, the Revere’s bounce is middle of the road.

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On the other hand, the cooling capabilities of this mattress were certainly above par for a memory foam mattress. The blend of materials used in the cover help aid in airflow in addition to the foams themselves. Made from plant based materials, the Revere’s two layers of foam do a great job of breathing. The top layer of foam used in the Revere works to pull heat away from the sleeper, helping to maintain a much cooler sleeping surface.

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All in all, I really enjoyed the Revere. The support is well above par, the pressure relief is solid, and the overall comfort of this mattress is something that really stood out to me. As a medium firm memory foam mattress, some of the flaws I noted are expected. That said, the Revere succeeds in a lot of areas and is a very well made mattress nonetheless.

King size Amerisleep Revere
King size Amerisleep Revere

Sinkage Tests

All mattress reviews on Sleepopolis go through a short series of sinkage tests. These tests are deigned to provide you with insight on how the mattress will perform under various conditions.

  • Lying on back – while lying on my back with all of my weight spread evenly across the mattress I saw 1-2″ of sinkage.
  • Lying on side – as I rolled over to my side I saw 1.25-2.5″ of sinkage.
  • Sitting on the edge (conservative) – while sitting near the edge with my butt slightly further back on the mattress I saw 3.5″ of sinkage.
  • Sitting on the edge (aggressive) – when moving into a more aggressive sitting position with my butt directly on the edge of the mattress, I saw 4.5″ of sinkage.
  • Standing in the middle – as I stood in the middle of the mattress with all of my weight in one spot, I saw 5″ of sinkage.

Keep in mind, sinkage results may vary based on body weight and body type. As a reference point, I weigh 140 pounds.

Angled view of the Revere
Angled view of the Revere


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California King$1,499
Split King$1,998

Other Details

Who should buy the Revere Mattress?

I would recommend the Amerisleep Revere mattress to sleepers who:

  • Want a medium firm feel – on a scale of 1-10, with 10 being the most firm, the Revere comes in at a 6-6.5. This mattress is designed to meet the needs of a wide array of sleepers.
  • Want an advanced memory foam – Amerisleep’s foams are some of the more advanced foams we have tested to date. They provide a high level of durability, breathability, and overall performance. Their Bio-Pur foam creates many of the best benefits of traditional memory foam, including pressure relief, support, and contouring, but without the negative of feeling stuck or sleeping warm.
  • Want a cooler mattress – the combination of a thin cover and 2 layers of breathable foams makes for a cooler memory foam mattress. The Revere’s cover and foams do a good job of breathing and providing air flow.

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The Amerisleep Revere is a happy medium ideal for many sleepers. A balanced level of sinkage backed by top notch support makes for one of the better mattresses I have tested to date. Amerisleep’s cooling, response, and overall support make for an excellent mattress, especially for those who like the feel of memory foam, but don’t want to feel stuck or warm.

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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. When he’s not hopping on a new bed or working with our editorial team to whip up an engaging sleep education guide, you can find him reading books on world history, walking his dog Pepper, or searching for the best cheeseburger in New York City.
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