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Price Range

$1,049 – $2,239

Mattress Type


Firmness Options:

Firm (7)



















Ideal For:

  1. Side sleepers over 130 pounds
  2. Individuals with mobility issues
  3. Hot sleepers


  1. Less contouring than many hybrid models
  2. Side sleepers under 130 pounds may find the mattress too firm
  3. Returns and exchanges incur a $99 transportation fee

Sleep Foundation Special Offer

Additional $30 off the Nolah Evolution. Code: SFEVO30

Nolah is a sleep brand that makes mattresses, bed bases, sheets, and other bedding accessories. The company uses proprietary materials like AirFoam, a type of polyfoam engineered to sleep cooler than memory foam.

The Nolah Evolution Comfort+ is a firm (7) hybrid mattress designed for heavier individuals. This model’s sturdy construction supports up to 1,000 pounds in a queen size. A plush Euro-top cushions the surface, while a zoned pocketed coil core offers targeted support. Meanwhile, features designed for cooling promote temperature regulation to satisfy hot sleepers. 

In addition to the Nolah Evolution Comfort+, the company makes three other hybrid mattresses. The Nolah Evolution is a high-profile mattress that comes in three firmness levels. The medium firm (6) Nolah Natural combines springy Talalay latex with a zoned pocketed coil support core. The flippable Nolah Nurture has two firmness levels built in to support growing children. 

Nolah also makes two all-foam mattresses: the Original and the Signature. Both have a medium (5) feel and notable contouring, but the Signature is thicker and more expensive. 

We’ll discuss the Nolah Evolution Comfort+ Mattress’ materials, construction, and performance. We’ll also break down the company’s sleep trial, warranty, and other policies to help you decide if this supportive hybrid is right for you.

Ratings Summary

Motion Isolation:
Temperature Control:
Pressure Relief:
Edge Support:
Ease of Movement:
Off Gassing:

Mattress Performance

Motion Isolation

Despite its notable bounce, the Evolution Comfort+ isolates motion well. The thick comfort system absorbs movement, so co-sleepers are less likely to awaken when their partner adjusts positions. The pocketed coil core also reduces surface vibrations since each spring moves independently.

Pressure Relief

The Evolution Comfort+ offers moderate pressure relief. Its Euro-top gently cushions pressure points, while the AirFoam HD layer redistributes weight to alleviate tension. The pocketed coil core also reduces pressure buildup by incorporating zoned support with more give under pressure-prone areas, such as the shoulders.

That said, side sleepers under 130 pounds are unlikely to sink deeply enough into the firm surface to enjoy significant pressure relief.

Temperature Control

Our testers were impressed with the mattress’ solid temperature control. The airy cotton cover has thermally conductive fibers designed to dissipate heat, and the gusseted Euro-top ventilates the comfort system.

While some types of foam are prone to heat retention, AirFoam HD is designed for breathability, so it doesn’t trap as much heat as close-conforming memory foam. The pocketed coil support core also has plenty of gaps to disperse heat.

Edge Support

We didn’t notice much compression when sitting or lying along the sides of the Evolution Comfort+. Responsive foam comfort layers minimize sinkage, while a reinforced perimeter boosts edge support. Co-sleepers should be able to spread out on the mattress and feel consistent support.

Ease of Movement

As a mattress designed for heavier people, the Evolution Comfort+ resists sagging and regains its shape quickly when sleepers move, preventing deep impressions that could otherwise feel confining. The springy pocketed coil core also facilitates movement, while a sturdy perimeter makes getting in and out of bed easier.


The Evolution Comfort+ Mattress’ responsive design makes it fairly conducive to sex. Its firm surface provides substantial support, while the bouncy coil system facilitates movement. Additionally, the strong edges give couples more usable surface area.


You might notice moderate off-gassing odors when you unbox the Evolution Comfort+ Mattress, which is typical of models containing foam. The smell occurs when synthetic foams release volatile organic compounds (VOCs). As these tiny particles dissipate, so too does the odor.

If you’re sensitive to smells, you can let the mattress air out in a well-ventilated room. Most odors should dissipate within 48 hours of unboxing the mattress.

Nolah Evolution Comfort+ Mattress Coupon

Sleep Foundation Special Offer

Additional $30 off the Nolah Evolution. Code: SFEVO30

Sleeping Style and Body Weight

Nolah Evolution Comfort+

Sleeper Type

Under 130 lbs

130-230 lbs

Above 230 lbs

Side Sleepers

Side Sleepers

Under 130 lbs

130-230 lbs

Above 230 lbs

Back Sleepers

Back Sleepers

Under 130 lbs

130-230 lbs

Above 230 lbs

Stomach Sleepers

Stomach Sleepers

Under 130 lbs

130-230 lbs

Above 230 lbs

Side Sleepers

Side sleepers generally need considerable contouring to alleviate pressure around their hips and shoulders. The Nolah Evolution Comfort+ provides even contouring for most side sleepers over 130 pounds. Its adaptive Euro-top cradles the hips and shoulders, and its responsive polyfoam promotes neutral spine alignment. The zoned coil support core also lets a side sleeper’s shoulders and hips sink in a bit while supporting their lower back. 

Because of its firm (7) feel, the Evolution Comfort+ is well suited to side sleepers over 130 pounds but might be a little too rigid for lighter individuals. These sleepers may prefer a mattress with more give around the hips and shoulders.

Back Sleepers

The Evolution Comfort+ Mattress’ combination of firm support and gentle cushioning are ideal for many back sleepers, particularly those weighing between 130 and 230 pounds. The Euro-top cushions the body, while the AirFoam HD layer evenly distributes weight.

The pocketed coil core’s middle section is zoned for extra lumbar support, providing additional pushback to help back sleepers maintain good posture.

Stomach Sleepers

Because of its firm support and zoned core, the Evolution Comfort+ is a good match for most stomach sleepers. Its resilient polyfoam comfort system prevents the stomach and hips from sagging excessively, which can strain a stomach sleeper’s lower back.

The zoned pocketed coil support core is the second line of defense in limiting sinkage, with sturdier coils in the middle to help keep a stomach sleeper’s midsection and shoulders on an even plane.

Nolah Evolution Comfort+ Mattress Review Breakdown

The Nolah Evolution Comfort+ is a 14-inch hybrid mattress that rates as firm (7) on our 10-point firmness scale. 

An organic cotton cover encases the mattress. The fabric incorporates ArcticTex fibers engineered to dissipate heat. A 2-inch layer of polyfoam is quilted into the cover, creating a Euro-top that cushions the surface. A gusset around the Euro-top is designed to promote airflow. 

The next layer uses 2 inches of AirFoam, a proprietary polyfoam formulated to sleep cooler than traditional memory foam while maintaining more consistent firmness. Two additional layers of transitional polyfoam promote spinal alignment by evenly distributing body weight and resisting sagging. 

The support core features 8 inches of pocketed coils. They’re built to support extra weight and are arranged in three firmness zones for targeted support. The center is firmer to bolster the lumbar area, while the top and bottom zones allow the shoulders and legs to sink in a bit.

A reinforced perimeter increases edge support, which is helpful if you sit or sleep near the sides of the bed. A layer of recycled plant fibers stabilizes the mattress, and a non-skid fabric base helps prevent shifting.


Firm – 7

Mattress Type



Cover Material:

Organic Cotton with ArcticTex Fibers

Comfort Layer:

2″ Polyfoam (quilted in Euro-top)
2″ AirFoam HD
1″ Polyfoam
1″ High-Density Polyfoam

Support Core:

8″ Pocketed Coils
Recycled Plant Fibers

Mattress Prices and Sizing

Nolah’s Evolution Comfort+ has a moderate price tag that reflects its higher profile and high-quality materials. It comes in all six standard sizes and a split king option. Nolah includes two free pillows with mattress purchases.

Sizes Dimensions Height Weight Price
Twin 38″ x 74″ 14″ 71 lbs. $1,049
Twin XL 38″ x 80″ 14″ 71 lbs. $1,119
Full 53″ x 75″ 14″ 96 lbs. $1,609
Queen 60″ x 80″” 14″ 107 lbs. $1,749
King 76″ x 80″” 14″ 147 lbs. $1,889
California King 72″ x 84″ 14″ 141 lbs. $1,889
Split King 38″ x 80″ (2pc.) 14″ 142 lbs. $2,239

Sleep Foundation Special Offer

Additional $30 off the Nolah Evolution. Code: SFEVO30

Trial, Warranty, and Shipping Policies


The Nolah Evolution Comfort+ is sold through the company’s website. Nolah ships to the contiguous U.S.


The mattress includes free shipping to the contiguous U.S. Nolah does not ship to Alaska or Hawaii. The mattress is compressed, vacuum-sealed in plastic, and encased in a box for shipping via FedEx.

Additional Services

Nolah offers new mattress setup and old mattress removal for additional fees. Shoppers can select either or both services at checkout. Nolah arranges the services through a local third-party partner. Fees are nonrefundable.

Sleep Trial

The Nolah Evolution Comfort+ includes a 120-night sleep trial with a 30-day required break-in period. Returns within the trial period are eligible for a full refund, minus a $99 transportation fee.

Nolah arranges the pickup and donates returned mattresses to local charities when possible. Customers who waive the sleep trial at checkout receive a $100 discount.


Nolah backs the mattress with a partially prorated, limited lifetime warranty. The warranty covers manufacturing defects and permanent body impressions greater than 1 inch. 

For the first two years, Nolah replaces a defective mattress with a new one at no cost to the customer. From years 3 to 10, defective mattresses are repaired and re-covered for a $99 transportation fee each way. From years 11 to 25, customers pay a prorated charge of 50% of the original purchase price to replace a defective mattress.

The prorated charge for defective mattress replacements increases to 60% of the original purchase price for years 25 and beyond. The warranty is voided if the mattress isn’t decompressed within 30 days of delivery. Only the original purchaser is entitled to coverage. Other terms and conditions apply.

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