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Casper vs Purple: Why Choose a Casper Mattress?

Our mattresses provide exceptional pressure relief, support, and cooling to over 2,000,000 happy sleepers. With innovative materials and design, Casper mattresses are meticulously human-engineered and designed with recycled polyester and upcycled cotton.

Purple mattresses are made with their Grid™ technology, which is a solid polymer material that provides no obvious variation. Compared to Casper’s Original Mattress, the Purple Mattress is more expensive and lacks zoned support that improves ergonomics.

Both the Casper Original mattress and Purple mattress are built for all types of sleepers, with cooling features to regulate body temperature throughout the night. Use our guide above to determine what features are most valuable to you. Are you looking for a sustainable mattress? A mattress that supports your upper body and spine so you wake up feeling well rested?

It’s safe to say that if you’re looking for a more comfy, sustainable, and affordable mattress, Casper is likely your best bet. But don’t take our word for it! Learn why over 1,000,000 happy sleepers chose Casper.

Casper: Precision drilled perforations and highly breathable foams of the Casper AirScape™ system are designed to allow for fresh air to cool you all night long.

Purple: Purple's grid is made of non-breathable polymers that can reduce air circulation, which may cause sweating and overheating.

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Frequently asked questions

Casper: ZonedSupport™ provides variable softness and support, designed to keep your body in a healthy and natural sleeping position.

Purple: With no obvious variation head to toe, The Grid may not adapt to your body, your curves, or your needs.

Casper: Upcycled cotton and recycled polyester fabric are just a few of the many things Casper does to make a positive impact on the planet.

Purple: The Grid has an application of powder to prevent it from sticking to itself. We prefer our powder on the slopes.