Bear Hybrid Mattress Review 2019 Update (+ Bear vs DreamCloud and Helix!!)

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The Bear Hybrid mattress is designed with athletic sleepers in mind, employing a construction of gentle foams, pocketed coils, and a special Celliant-blended cover (more on that later) to actively relieve sore joints and muscles.

While I’m certainly intrigued by these claims (a bed that can help me recover after leg day… yes, please!), I’m never one to let a mattress get by on hype alone. So join me as I test this bad boy out for myself, to figure out not only how it sleeps and feels, but whether it could be the 100% right bed for you.

Bear launched in 2015 on a mission to help active folks sleep better. With a team of sponsored athletes, medical doctors, and general fitness enthusiasts, the company has carved out a unique space in the bed-in-a-box sphere by marketing its mattresses as tools for post-workout recovery.

In addition to the Bear Hybrid, Bear also sells a namesake, all-foam model as well as adjustable bases, pillows, and sheets. We won’t be going into these products in this review, but we will be taking some time later on to compare the Bear Hybrid to its stiffest competition in the space, namely the DreamCloud and Helix mattresses.

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