We Reviewed Mend Sleep’s Adapt®  And Mend Renew®  Models: Here’s What We Found

The Mend Renew® Mattress is a 12″ Tall Hybrid Mattress that features pocketed coils, and a bouncier and more responsive foam called Mend Adapt. Along with a quilted top piece, at around $1200, it offers features comparable to $1800-2400 big box brand models.

1. The Mend Renew Mattress® 

A lot of our readers ask for a recommendation for a reasonably priced yet supportive coil/foam mattress that has a softer feel up top.

A hybrid mattress that has a quilted top, also called a “Eurotop”, so long as the pocketed coils underneath are supportive and a tad on the firmer side, is ideal for couples, side sleepers, and those looking for a firmer bed.

We reviewed and test drove The Mend Renew®  Mattress and found it to be a little springier and softer, but without that bottoming out sensation that you can’t did your way out of.

It has great edge support, as well, something we always test for, allowing you to sit comfortably on the edge of the mattress, as well as making getting in and out of bed easier.

The Mend Renew®  Mattress is built to last. One of the best features that is easily glossed over is the side fabric that is used. Designed to keep the mattress from bulging outward, a common problem with bed in a box mattress options, it’ll keep the mattress from flattening, getting mushy, and losing its overall height.

We found that the quilted top added a huge amount of cooling factor on the mattress also, being made using silky Tencel fabric with a sewn in layer of super resilient foam- which we like to see as a way to make the overall feel of the mattress more lively and nest like.

Technical Details Are What Makes This Hybrid Coil/Foam Option A Strong Contender

We tested the mattress right out of the box, and one of the best benefits we noticed was how supportive and lively The Mend Renew® Mattress felt.

The design of the exterior encasement fabric was unique also, with the side panels being vertical and stiffer, preventing the foam and coils inside from expanding and bulging. This is a feature that is often ignored in mattress design, as most consumers won’t even notice the benefit- but we appreciate it!

When you purchase this model, you’ll get Mend Sleep’s no questions asked 180 day trial, lifetime warranty, and the company really pitches its finance program too. You can make payments as low as $66/month (in queen size).

Another feature that’s built into the Mend Renew® Mattress is the base layer of foam that is underneath the pocketed coil system.

One of few mattresses we’ve seen that beefs up the foundation foam layer, it helps minimize motion transfer and essentially eliminates jiggling or shifting of contents.


The Mend Adapt® Mattress is a 14″ tall hybrid coil/foam combination mattress with advanced design features. It’s essentially two mattresses in one, with a flippable 4″ layer of gel foam and responsive memory foam that offers two unique sensations. Choose medium firm or medium soft, or switch back as needed.

What’s unique about the The Mend Renew® Mattress is that you can opt for two different levels of firmness and support, simply by unzipping and flipping a layer of foam.

Surprisingly, the medium soft soft wasn’t so soft that you bottomed out, just surprisingly cushier and a bit more body enveloping.

The firmer side gives you the option of firmer support and little bit less sink. Either way, you’ll get 2” of cooling gel-infused super-bouncy air-cell foam that ensures coolness, breathability, and pressure relief with 2” of fast-responding support foam that delivers comfort and support through a firmer feel.

On the very top, you’ll get the same quilted outer encasement made using Tencel foam, which we like ot see in mattresses that are thicker, like this model.

Thicker mattresses tend to absorb and hold heat, but Tencel fabric wicks heat from the body and moves it to the edges of the mattress, acting much like a radiator.

Underneath the 4″ layer of support foam that is dual sided, there is the same pocketed coil system found in the Adapt model, described at the top of the page.