A year ago, I bought a Sealy Posturepedic West Salem Firm king firm mattress.
It was great for about 75 days, then began sagging and body contouring causing me hip and leg pain.
I weigh about 245, sleep on back, my wife is 130 side sleeper. We kept it for a year and took it back.
Next, we bought a Beauty-rest Silver BRS900 Extra Firm. It's probably a little to firm and not that comfy.
Although, it's not as bad as the Sealy. I feel it's probably heading down the path of body contouring in places.
We just got back from the in-laws and their 15 year old guest bed has more edge support and less sagging than on 3 month old bed. We only have a couple weeks to return within our sleep trial so need to get something ASAP
I have seen you post some about hybrid innerspring with latex and no memory foam from Wolf.
Do you think that is a good choice?
Is Wolf good for this or is there another brand?
What do you think?
The Wolf Pocketed Coil/Hybrids are an excellent choice.
The Adara is better for your size, but The Tulah is more comfortable...better suited to a female side sleeper.
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