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Why you'll love it
Innovative foam + fiber design
Marshmallowy soft and supremely supportive
Outer foam layer ensures a consistent shape — no fluffing necessary!
Don't Lose Sleep
15.6" x 24"
15.6" x 31"
Cover: 92% polyester, 8% spandex
Lining: 100% polyester
Fill: 100% polyester fiber
Foam: 100% polyurethane foam
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No fluffing needed — the exterior foam layer ensures no clumping or flattening.
A foam outer layer and a fiber core inner layer for an ultra-soft feel.
Our 3-layer design and a plush knit outer shell create an ultra-comfy, squishable feel while still giving your neck the support it needs.
The foam layer on the outside ensures no clumping or flattening over time. You don’t even need to fluff it! Your pillow stays supremely supportive night after night.
With two fills in one, you get the moldable, almost liquid-like feel of fiber and the reliable consistency of our ultra-soft foam. It’s the best of both worlds.
Frequently Asked Questions
Unlike a memory foam pillow, down pillow, or memory fiber pillow (which only uses the material in their name as filling), a hybrid pillow utilizes multiple types of filling inside one pillow for the best of all worlds, thereby earning its “hybrid” moniker.
The Casper Hybrid Pillow features a three-layer foam + fiber design, which provides both ultimate comfort and support for a better night’s sleep, plus a soft plush knit outer shell as the cherry on top.
The right pillow for you will be specific to your individual experience, priorities, and sleep position, among other factors. When figuring out which type of pillow will help you sleep best, here are the main questions you’ll want to ask yourself:
How firm is the pillow? – On a scale of ultra-soft to ultra-firm, this determines how well the pillow keeps its shape as you apply pressure to it. Your head will sink all the way into an ultra-soft pillow and will rest atop an ultra-firm one. Discover how to decide between a firm vs soft pillow.
What amount of loft does the pillow have? – Loft refers to pillow height and thickness, on a scale of Low Loft to High Loft. The right loft will ensure proper alignment between the spine and neck as you rest your head on the pillow.
What material is the pillow made with? – Different pillows come with different fillings that affect how they feel and regulate body heat. A few common types include down, memory fiber, foam, or a hybrid filling.
Your perfect pillow will be a combination of the right firmness, loft, and material, resulting in a sleep experience that checks all the boxes.
Cleaning the Hybrid Pillow is easy. To clean the cover, remove it from the pillow and machine wash cold on a delicate cycle. Dry flat, and do not bleach or iron.
The best pillow for sleeping will be determined by your most used sleep position. Are you a side sleeper, a stomach sleeper, or a back sleeper? The answer will help guide you to the “right pillow,” though it depends a lot on personal preference, too.
As a general rule, the following applies to each primary sleep position:
Side Sleeper – Side sleepers typically benefit from a soft-to-medium pillow with a higher loft, and just about any material type, aside from gel, bamboo, and buckwheat, as these tend to be too firm.
Stomach Sleeper – Stomach sleepers often sleep best when paired with a medium or medium-firm pillow that has a lower loft. As for the best material, this firmer feel is often found in down, cotton, memory foam, gel, polyester, and buckwheat pillows.
Back Sleeper – Back sleepers usually benefit from a pillow that falls between the above two, offering medium-soft to medium-firm support without pushing their neck out of alignment. Because back sleepers are looking for mid-range firmness, any pillow material is fair game!