The Avocado mattress is a new hybrid model built with both innerspring coils and multiple latex layers.

Some of the key strengths of the Avocado mattress include:

  • Quality specifications: by all indications, the Avocado mattress has had a lot of emphasis placed on materials quality. It includes latex foams with a good level of density and ILD, and well-designed innerspring coils.
  • Hybrid construction: many sleepers find that a hybrid model that combines different components, including foam and innerspring coils, provides the most balanced and supportive night’s sleep. This type of hybrid construction, in particular, should help create both support and bounce from the mattress.

Potential drawbacks for the Avocado mattress include:

  • Limited track record: the Avocado mattress is very new to the market, and because of this, there is very little customer data or long-term results that we can use to evaluate its performance or durability.
  • Delivery lag time: after an order is placed, it takes 2-3 weeks to receive an Avocado mattress. For people who need a new mattress as soon as possible, this could be a major issue.

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Avocado Mattress Pricing

Avocado offers 6 different mattress sizes, and you can view the price for each size in the table below. Each mattress is available with a pillowtop made of 2” of latex for an additional $300.

Mattress Size Avocado Standard Avocado Pillowtop
Twin $959 $1,259
Twin XL $999 $1,299
Full $1,199 $1,499
Queen $1,399 $1,699
King $1,599 $1,899
California King $1,599 $1,899

About the Avocado Mattress

Avocado Mattress Specifications

The Avocado mattress comes in two different options. The standard is designed with the following layers:

  • A ½” wool cover
  • A comfort layer of 2” of medium-firm Dunlop latex with a density of 75 PCF and an ILD of 24-28
  • An 8” layer of innerspring coils with 680-1,303 coils divided into 3 zones
  • A bottom layer of 1” of firm Dunlop latex with a density of 95 PCF and ILD of 36-38

The Avocado pillowtop mattress is designed with the following layers:

  • A ½” wool cover
  • A comfort layer of 2” of medium-firm Dunlop latex with a density of 75 PCF and an ILD of 24-28
  • A second comfort layer of 2” of medium-firm Dunlop latex with a density of 75 PCF and an ILD of 24-28
  • An 8” layer of innerspring coils with 680-1,303 coils divided into 3 zones
  • A bottom layer of 1” of firm Dunlop latex with a density of 95 PCF and ILD of 36-38

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Where It’s Made

Avocado’s mattresses are manufactured in the USA.

Buying Logistics

Where to Buy

The Avocado mattress is available online through the company’s website.

Sleep Trial / Refunds

The Avocado mattress comes with a 100 night sleep trial. During this period, you can return the mattress and receive a full refund.


Free standard delivery is offered to locations within the 50 U.S. states. Standard delivery involves the mattress being compressed into a box and delivered to your doorstep. Then, when you remove the mattress from the box and packaging, it decompresses and expands to reach its full size. Please be aware that the King model is not available for standard delivery.

Avocado also offers white-glove delivery for $99. This includes setup of the new mattress and haul-away of your old mattress set (if desired).

After ordering, it typically takes 5 days to build the mattress, and then it takes another 1-2 weeks for the mattress to be delivered.


The Avocado mattress comes with a 25-year limited warranty and covers defects in materials or workmanship. During the first ten years of the warranty, the company will repair or replace a defective mattress. During years 11-25, Avocado Mattress will replace the mattress at a prorated charge to the purchaser plus transportation and/or shipping charges. You can find full warranty details at https://www.avocadogreenmattress.com/warranty/.

Customer Service

Avocado Mattress is still very new to the mattress industry and does not have an established reputation — good or bad — for customer service. The company does not have a rating from the Better Business Bureau.

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Mattress Performance

In combining zoned innerspring coils and Dunlop latex — both with high-quality materials — the Avocado mattress has the potential to offer many excellent features.


Hybrid mattresses can offer quality support through their combination of a solid base and a comfortable top layer. The Avocado mattress creates a solid base with an 8” innerspring layer and then uses a medium-firm latex to provide more tailored support. While latex has less of a contouring feel than memory foam, most sleepers find that it has sufficient responsiveness to eliminate the body’s pressure points.


The Avocado mattress does not have a long enough track record to be able to know how well it will last over the long term, especially with regular use. However, all indications are that it is made with high-quality materials that should enhance its durability.


Two firmness options are available. The standard Avocado mattress is a 6-7 on the typical firmness scale. The pillowtop version, which has an extra 2” of medium-soft latex in the comfort layer, is more of a 5-6. However, the pillowtop model costs an additional $300, which may be a deterrent for people who want a softer mattress.

Motion Transfer

Because latex and innerspring coils both have more bounce than traditional memory foam, there can be slightly more motion transfer from one part of the bed to another. That said, the zoned coils can help to reduce this effect, and overall, most sleepers find that latex offers enough motion isolation to prevent major sleep disruptions from a partner’s movements.


The Avocado mattress does not include the types of foams that are most commonly-associated with offgassing or odors, so this should not be a significant issue.

Sleeping Hot

Because of the resilience of both latex and innerspring coils, there is less risk of sinking too deeply into the mattress and having issues with heat retention. As a result, sleeping hot is unlikely to be a problem on the Avocado mattress.


Latex and innerspring components are associated with more bounce and easier movement in bed, which helps to facilitate sexual activity, especially relative to traditional memory foam mattresses.

Mattress Comparison

The table below provides a comparison of some mattresses with similarities to the Avocado in terms of construction and feel.

Brand Mattress Type Support Layer Comfort Layer Price (Queen) Where to Buy
Avocado Hybrid Zoned coils Latex $1,399 OR $1,699 Online (direct)
Nest Alexander Signature Hybrid Hybrid Pocketed coils Memory Foam $1,199 Online + some showrooms
Saatva Innerspring Hourglass coils Coils + Foam $999 Online only
WinkBed Hybrid Pocketed coils Coils + Foam $1,299 Online + 1 showroom
Sapira Hybrid Pocketed coils Memory Foam $1,475 Online only

Additional Resources

Because it is still new to the mattress market, there has been limited news coverage of the Avocado mattress. If you’d like to read more about choosing a mattress and hybrid mattresses, check out the links below.

by: Eric Seger