Pillow Reviews: Iso-Cool Traditional vs. Coop Home Goods

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Both the Iso-Cool Traditional Pillow and Coop Home Goods Adjustable Memory Foam Pillow are foam-filled pillows. One pillow is a single solid piece of ventilated memory and the other is filled with shredded pieces of memory foam. These different styles give each of the pillows a unique feel that may suit different types of sleepers. Read on for my full comparison.

Key Similarities

  • Traditional-shaped
  • Foam filling
  • Removable and washable portions/covers
  • Breathable cover fabric
  • Hypoallergenic
  • 5-year warranties

Pillow Reviews: Iso-Cool Traditional vs. Coop Home Goods

Key Differences

Iso-Cool Traditional:

  • Solid piece of ventilated Visco-Elastic memory foam filling
  • 300-thread count 100% cotton cover, made with Outlast Adaptive Comfort material
  • Endorsed by American Sleep Association (ASA)
  • One size available per type of pillow
  • 5-year warranty

Iso-Cool Traditional Shaped Foam Pillow Review

Check out the full Iso-Cool Traditional Pillow review, here. 

Coop Home Goods:

  • Shredded memory foam filling (CertiPUR-US® certified foam)
  • Access to filling – can remove as much/little as desired
  • Cover is 60% Polyester, 40% Bamboo-Derived Rayon and designed to be breathable
  • Comes in Standard, Queen and King sizes
  • 5-year warranty
  • 30-day trial period

Coop Home Goods Adjustable Shredded Memory Foam Pillow Review

Read the full Coop Home Goods Adjustable Shredded Memory Foam Pillow review, here. 

You Might Choose

Iso-Cool Traditional If …

  • You are a stomach sleeper who is curious about foam pillows. The Iso-Cool pillow is thinner than many foam pillows, making it a great fit for stomach sleepers who would like to try a little more support than a down or down alternative can provide.
  • You want a traditional-feeling cover. The 300 thread count 100% cotton cover is smooth and soft and made with Outlast Adaptive technology to keep you cool. Compared to the Coop Home Goods with its polyester/bamboo cover, this will feel like a crisp hotel pillow cover.

Pillow Reviews: Iso-Cool Traditional vs. Coop Home Goods

Coop Home Goods if…

  • You want a pillow for all sleep positions. With Coop Home Goods, you can add/remove as much of the filling as you want. This makes it a good fit for all sleep types, but it does come very firm and full which might be most appealing to back and side sleepers.
  • You want size options. The Coop Home Goods pillow comes in three sizes: Standard, Queen, and King. Iso-Cool comes in different styles, but only one Standard size.

Related: Best Memory Foam Pillows

Pillow Reviews: Iso-Cool Traditional vs. Coop Home Goods

Overall

Even though both pillows are filled with foam, they sleep very differently. The Iso-Cool Traditional pillow is much flatter and has a removable cover made with cotton and phase change technology designed to keep you cool. It could be a great fit for stomach sleepers.

Pillow Reviews: Iso-Cool Traditional vs. Coop Home Goods

Coop Home Goods pillow is adjustable, which means you can remove or add as much foam pieces as you need. Any type of sleepers could enjoy this pillow and the many ways you can manipulate the size and shape.

Both pillows come with a 5-year warranty. Coop Home Goods has a 30 day trial period and it’s worth checking with Iso-Cool pillow retailers about their specific return policies.

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Katie Golde

Katie manages the day to day operations of the Mattress Clarity news site and reviews sleep products in addition to writing and editing sleep news.She hails from Austin, where she lives with her growing family. She has a master’s degree in Journalism from Northwestern University and has a background in health and science content. Her work can be found in print and online publications like Discover Magazine, USA Today and The Huffington Post.

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