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Why Stearns & Foster?

Founded in the 19th century, Stearns & Foster has been crafting mattresses by hand for generations. Learn about the quality materials and construction that go into each Stearns & Foster mattress – and the types of sleepers a Stearns & Foster mattress is designed to benefit most.

Handcrafted Comfort

If there's one thing that sets a Stearns & Foster mattress apart from the rest, it's the authentic craftsmanship. Each Stearns & Foster mattress is made by hand – by expert craftsmen with a relentless eye for detail. While making each mattress by hand results in a slower design process, the end result is an exceptional bed of the highest quality.

Made with a core of innersprings designed for superior pressure-absorption, each Stearns & Foster mattress combines a system of firm coils with premium layers of comfort foams. As a result, a Stearns & Foster mattress merges adaptive cushioning with aligning support for the ultimate in sleep comfort.

Luxe Pillow Tops

One of Stearns & Foster's signature design elements is their luxurious pillow top. Though you can opt for a Stearns & Foster mattress without one, you will find most Stearns & Foster mattresses to feature it – and for good reason. Embedded with innovative microcoils for lasting, resilient comfort, each Stearns & Foster pillow top layer offers a unique blend of targeted support and enhanced, pillow-soft comfort.

Best for: Stearns & Foster mattresses with pillow tops provide a unique combination of comfort and support, though because of the extra cushioning provided by the pillow top layer, those who sleep on their sides or backs tend to find Stearns & Foster pillow top mattresses most comfortable. If you prefer to sleep on your stomach (or prefer high support), skip the pillow top, and opt instead for a Stearns & Foster bed with a firmer density level.

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