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Coop Home Goods Original

Fill: Shredded Memory Foam and Microfibers

Firmness: Medium Firm

$60 See Discount Price

Coop Home Goods is an online store that specializes in pillows and bedding. The company produces pillows, pillowcases, sheet sets, mattress toppers, mattress protectors, and sleep masks. Coop Home Goods also offers a few items that fall outside of the pillow and bedding category, such as seat cushions and home deodorizers.

In addition to the Original Coop Pillow, which we focus on in this review, Coop Home Goods sells the following pillows:

  • Coop Eden Pillow
  • Coop Body Pillow
  • Coop Travel Pillow
  • Coop Toddler Pillow
  • Coop Four Position Support Pillow
  • Coop Knee Pillow

Coop Home Goods pillows stand out for a few reasons. They are cruelty-free, hypoallergenic, and made in the U.S. They come with a 100-night sleep trial and 5-year warranty, and many of them have an adjustable firmness or loft.

Both the Original Pillow and the Eden Pillow are adjustable and come with an extra half-pound bag of fill. As a result, sleepers may add or remove fill to make the pillow thicker or thinner to suit their needs. With an adjustable loft and firmness, the Coop pillows work well for a wide variety of sleepers.

We’ll focus primarily on reviewing the Original Coop Pillow. We’ll share information about its construction, analyze its performance for different sleepers, and detail Coop Home Goods’ company policies.

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Coop Pillow Review Breakdown

The Original Coop Pillow is filled with hypoallergenic pieces of cross-cut memory foam and microfiber. It works well for people who prefer a lofty or medium firm pillow, such as side and back sleepers. While we’ll primarily focus on the Original Coop Pillow, we’ll also include information about other Coop pillow models for the sake of comparison.

Zippers in the Original Coop Pillow’s liner and case allow sleepers to open the pillow and add or remove fill. Each pillow comes with an additional half-pound of fill. Adding fill makes the pillow firmer and more lofted. Removing fill makes the pillow softer and thinner. As a result of its adjustability, the Original Coop Pillow performs well for a variety of sleepers.

A 100-night sleep trial allows Coop Home Goods customers to try the Original Coop Pillow risk-free. Shipping and returns are free in the contiguous U.S. The pillow also comes with a 5-year warranty.

Materials and Options

The Original Coop Pillow is manufactured in the U.S. A zippable polyester liner holds the memory foam and microfiber fill, and a zippable polyester and bamboo-derived viscose rayon cover surrounds the liner.

We’ll compare the Original Coop Pillow to other pillows sold by Coop Home Goods, including the size, loft, fill, and cover materials across pillow offerings.

Product Size Options Loft Interior Materials Cover Materials
Coop Pillow – The Original Queen: 20” x 30” King: 20” x 36” Adjustable, 6″ When New Cross-Cut Memory Foam, Microfiber Lulltra Fabric (60% Polyester, 40% Bamboo-Derived Viscose Rayon)
Coop Eden Pillow Standard: 20″ x 26″ Queen: 20” x 30” King: 20” x 36” Adjustable, 6″ When New Cross-Cut Gel Infused Memory Foam, Microfiber Lulltra Fabric (60% Polyester, 40% Bamboo-Derived Viscose Rayon)
Coop Body Pillow 20″ x 54″ Adjustable, 6″ to 10″ Cross-Cut Memory Foam, Microfiber Lulltra Fabric (60% Polyester, 40% Bamboo-Derived Viscose Rayon)
Coop Travel Pillow 19″ x 14″ Adjustable Cross-Cut Memory Foam, Microfiber Lulltra Fabric (60% Polyester, 40% Bamboo-Derived Viscose Rayon)
Coop Toddler Pillow 19” x 14” Adjustable Cross-Cut Memory Foam, Microfiber Lulltra Fabric (60% Polyester, 40% Bamboo-Derived Viscose Rayon)
Coop Four Position Support Pillow 21″ x 8″ 5″ with Insert, 4″ Without Solid Memory Foam Lulltra Fabric (60% Polyester, 40% Bamboo-Derived Viscose Rayon)
Coop Knee Pillow 12.6” x 7” 8″ with Insert, 7″ Without Solid Memory Foam Lulltra Fabric (60% Polyester, 40% Bamboo-Derived Viscose Rayon)

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Pricing Information

Pillow size largely determines the price differences among Coop Home Goods pillows. Many Coop pillows are made with identical materials, so larger pillows naturally cost more than smaller pillows.

The Coop Eden Pillow is an exception to this rule. The Eden Pillow shares the same measurements as the Original Coop Pillow, but it has a higher price-point because it contains different materials and provides a unique feel. The Eden Pillow is considered more luxurious because it feels more down-like and is infused with a cooling gel.

Coop Pillow Pricing

Product Price
Original Coop Pillow Queen: $60 King: $65
Coop Eden Pillow Standard: $70 Queen: $80 King: $90
Coop Body Pillow $70
Coop Travel Pillow $30
Coop Toddler Pillow $30
Coop Four Position Support Pillow $25
Coop Knee Pillow $26

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Pillow Performance Ratings

We’ll focus specifically on reviewing the performance of the Original Coop Pillow, rather than all of the Coop pillow options, to help shoppers determine if this is the right pillow for them. The Original Coop Pillow performs well on most accounts, but does come with considerations for some sleepers.

The Original Coop Pillow is fairly durable, and it is backed by a 5-year warranty. Memory foam pillows such as the Coop tend not to last as long as pillows filled with natural materials like latex or down. That said, customers can expect the pillow to last a few years.

Since the Original Coop Pillow is filled with memory foam and microfiber fill, it is easy to mold into whatever shape the sleeper prefers. The pillow also tends to maintain its shape and conforms closely to the sleeper’s head and neck.

That said, the Original Coop Pillow may not be the best choice for sleepers who find they become hot or sweaty during the night. Memory foam is known for retaining heat, and the memory foam fill in the Original Coop Pillow is no exception. Sleepers who want a Coop pillow but sleep hot may prefer the Eden Pillow, which performs better in terms of temperature regulation.

Coop Original Pillow

  • Durability

    The Original Coop Pillow is well-constructed using high-quality materials, so it should last an above-average amount of time compared to other pillows. It’s also machine-washable, which helps it resist the buildup of dust mites and bacteria. That said, memory foam pillows tend not to last as long as down or latex pillows.

  • Firmness Options

    Since the Original Coop Pillow is adjustable, it offers sleepers plenty of firmness options. This pillow comes with a half-pound bag of extra fill. It has an unzippable case and liner, so sleepers may add or remove fill to adjust its firmness.

  • Shape Retention

    The Original Coop Pillow tends to retain its shape well. Since it is filled with cross-cut memory foam and microfiber, sleepers can fluff or mold the pillow any time they notice it becoming flat or taking on a shape they don’t prefer.

  • Moldability

    Since the Original Coop Pillow is filled with shredded memory foam and microfiber, sleepers can essentially shape it however they’d prefer. Pillows that contain a solid block of memory foam rather than shredded memory foam fill cannot be similarly molded.

  • Conforming

    Because of its memory foam fill, the Original Coop Pillow conforms to the head and neck. Sleepers feel like they are sinking into the pillow, rather than lying on top of it.

  • Temperature Control

    Memory foam has a reputation for retaining heat and the memory foam fill in the Original Coop Pillow lives up to this reputation. Sleepers who notice that they become hot and sweaty throughout the night may want to opt for a more cooling pillow. The Coop Eden Pillow sleeps a bit cooler than the Original Coop.

  • Odor Potential

    Unfortunately, the Original Coop Pillow has a high odor potential. Memory foam is known for an off-gassing odor that isn’t associated with most other pillow materials, such as down or buckwheat hulls.

Sleeping Style and Body Weight

People of different sleep position preferences and body weights tend to prefer different types of pillows. Since the Original Coop Pillow has an adjustable loft and firmness, it appeals to a variety of sleepers.

Side Sleepers
Side sleepers tend to find comfort on the Original Coop Pillow. With a 6-inch loft, the pillow is generally thick and firm enough to adequately support the side sleeper’s head. Side sleepers require a higher loft and firmness to maintain spinal alignment. If a side sleeper’s pillow is too thin or soft, their head will angle downward, creating pressure points in the neck.

Although nearly all side sleepers rate the Original Coop Pillow highly, side sleepers weighing less than 130 pounds give the pillow a slightly lower rating. Sleepers in this group may want to experiment with removing fill from the pillow to give it a slightly lower loft until they find the ideal firmness and thickness for their needs.

Back Sleepers
Back sleepers of all body weights rate the Original Coop Pillow highly. The pillow works well for back sleepers because it provides support and firmness while also being moldable and conforming. Back sleepers can lie down and feel like they sink into the pillow.

Since the Original Coop Pillow is adjustable, back sleepers of different weights can add or remove fill to suit their needs. Coop Home Goods recommends back sleepers begin by trying the pillow with one-fourth of the fill removed. Sleepers who weigh less than 130 pounds may want to remove more fill so the pillow doesn’t lift their heads up too high.

Stomach Sleepers
Of the different types of sleepers, stomach sleepers give the Original Coop Pillow the lowest rating. Generally, stomach sleepers require a pillow with a low loft. Since this pillow starts with a 6-inch loft, Coop Home Goods recommends stomach sleepers begin by removing one-third of the fill from the pillow.

Stomach sleepers weighing over 130 pounds rate the Original Coop Pillow favorably, finding that it meets their needs. Stomach sleepers weighing less than 130 pounds may want to consider a pillow with a lower starting loft.

Coop Home Goods Pillow

Under 130 lbs. 130-230 lbs. Over 230 lbs.
Side Sleepers Good Excellent Excellent
Back Sleepers Excellent Excellent Excellent
Stomach Sleepers Fair Good Good

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Trial, Warranty, and Shipping Policies

  • Availability

    The Original Coop Pillow is available online from the Coop Home Goods website and through Amazon.com. Coop Home Goods ships within the U.S. U.S. territories, and Canada.
    The Original Coop Pillow is also available from medical professional partners across the U.S. and Canada. Coop Home Goods shares a map of stockists on its website.

  • Shipping

    Coop Home Goods provides free shipping to the contiguous U.S.

    They also ship to Alaska, Hawaii, U.S. territories, and Canada for an additional shipping fee.

    The Original Coop Pillow is compressed, rolled up, and shipped in a box.

  • Trial

    The Original Coop Pillow comes with a 100-night sleep trial, which begins the date the pillow is delivered. This allows customers to try the pillow out and decide if they want to keep it or return it.

    Returns may be initiated via email or phone. Coop Home Goods offers full refunds on returned pillows. They also pay for return shipping from locations in the contiguous U.S.

    Customers who paid an additional shipping fee will not have that fee refunded. Canadian customers must also pay for return shipping.

  • Warranty

    Coop Home Goods pillows come with a 5-year limited warranty. Customers may initiate a warranty claim via phone or email.

    Warranties only apply to products purchased directly from Coop Home Goods or an authorized seller. The warranty covers defects, but it does not cover normal wear and tear or damage from incorrect use.

    Customers making warranty claims from outside of the U.S. must pay for any applicable shipping fees and duties or taxes.