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Zoma Mattress

A Full Size Mattress

With the perfect feel and advanced technology, the Zoma Full is an unmatched sleep experience.

  • uncrate

    "The mattress athletes have always dreamed of"

  • gear patrol

    "The perfect blend of comfort, pressure-relief, responsiveness, and support"

  • cool material

    "You owe it to yourself to try Zoma today"

Restorative, restful sleep.

Our Triangulex™ technology and Reactiv™ material mesh together to provide you with a cool, comfortable night’s rest. Triangular cutouts enable the mattress to mold closer to your head, shoulders, and legs, while also letting more airflow through the mattress to wick away body heat. Reactiv™ improves the mattress’s response time, preventing you from feeling stuck in the bed.

Don’t compromise.

We designed each layer of the Zoma Mattress with your comfort in mind. The Triangulex™ technology in the top layer of gel memory foam lets your head, shoulders, and legs relax into softness, while your back and hips remain supported. The latex-like Reactiv™ prevents you from sinking too deeply into the bed with its bouncy lift. The base layer’s Support+ foam prevents sagging, which adds to the mattress’s longevity.

Who is a full size mattress good for?

  • Single side sleepers

    Some side sleepers may feel cramped on a twin size mattress. A full size mattress lets you spread your arms out, instead of tucking them against your body.

  • Apartment dwellers

    If you’re tight on living space, a full size mattress will let you stretch out without taking up too much room.

  • Guests

    A full size mattress fits in most guest rooms, yet leaves visitors with plenty of space to sleep.

How much to spend on a full size mattress.

Companies set a mattress’s price based upon its quality of materials, its thickness, its attached sleep trial and warranty, and any extra features such as a Euro pillow top or gel memory foam.

What you should look for in a mattress depends on your sleeping position and health condition. Side sleepers need a plush mattress to limit pressure build-up in their sides. Sleepers with back pain should consider a medium-firm feel and may want extra lumbar support and firmer edges to make it easier to get out of bed.

Think about how you will use your full size mattress. A guest room's bed is rarely slept on, so you don’t have to spend as much as you would on a mattress used daily.

By learning the average price of different types of mattresses, it will be easier for you to see through marketing ploys—some mattress companies mark up their bed’s prices to give the appearance of luxury. Luxury, however, is determined not by a bed’s costs but by the comfort it provides. If you’re thinking of buying a higher-priced mattress, look at its features and certifications, and search for any similar mattresses to compare prices.

Be careful you’re not swayed by a low-cost mattress either. Mattresses that are only a few hundred dollars often contain low-quality or even unsafe foams and flimsy fabrics likely to break down in a few years. If a deal seems too good to be true, it probably is.

One way you can calculate a mattress’s quality is by its attached warranty. Mattress companies decide a warranty’s terms after testing a mattress’s durability. Most mattresses include a 10-year warranty—if a mattress has a shorter warranty, it’s likely a lower-quality bed.

How big is a full size mattress?

A full size mattress is 75 inches long and 54 inches wide.

  • Twin

    38" x 75"

  • Twin XL

    38" x 80"

  • Full

    54" x 75"

  • Queen

    60" x 80"

  • King

    76" x 80"

  • California King

    72" x 84"

  • Split King

    38" x 80" x 2

Which size mattress is best for me?

  • Kid’s room, studio apartments

  • College dorm, studio apartments

  • Kid’s room, studio apartments

  • Master bedrooms, guest rooms

  • Extra large master bedrooms

  • Extra large master bedrooms

  • Split King

    Master bedrooms, adjustable beds

How does a Zoma full size mattress compare in price?

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  • Serta®
  • Sealy®

Sleep on it.

We include a risk-free, 100-night sleep trial with every Zoma Mattress, which starts only once it’s been delivered to your home. If you try out the Zoma Mattress and find it’s not right for you, we will process a full refund.

See why people 
love the Zoma Mattress.

James B.

My wife and I have been sleeping on our Zoma king mattress for nearly two months now and we are very happy with our purchase. It is very comfortable and feels cooler than our last memory foam mattress which had a tendency to trap heat. I would describe our previous mattress as firm to medium firm and the Zoma feels a bit softer than that, but I still find it very comfortable. The price was great. We got our king for about $800 with a promotional discount. The shipping was free and it arrived in about 4-5 days. Overall we are very happy with our mattress and would recommend others check out Zoma if you are looking for a comfortable and affordable mattress.


I take a good night's sleep very seriously and am very pleased with my Zoma mattress. Amazing quality, and extremely comfortable, and great for my back aches. The packaging is beautiful and makes transporting it a breeze!

Michael W.

I went back to my parents and slept on my old bed for thanksgiving. Could not sleep at all. You've ruined my childhood bed for me. I'm sleep deprived and completely non-nostalgic.

Dylan S.

This mattress is simply great. I bought the queen and plan to get the frame and pillow next. If the bed is any indication on the comfort and durability of Zoma prodcuts, I can't wait for them to arrive. If you're unhappy with any of your current sleeping products, check to see if zoma makes a replacement first.

Shane B.

I had a Casper before and I hands-down like the ZOMA more than my previous bed. It's just soft enough to let you sink in but supportive enough to keep your posture in good shape throughout the night. I would highly recommend it.

Matt B.

My wife and I love this mattress. We are so happy to come home and dive into bed as soon as we get home. After a long day if work and exercise we rest soundly at night - to do it all over again tomorrow! Thanks!

Besart C.

Love the bed and pillow. The bed is awesome to be honest with you, love sleeping in it. Actually, some of the best sleep in my life — and every time I travel, I miss it.

Victor M.

I was recently in the market for a new mattress and was looking for something that can help me sleep better while also supporting my muscles when recovering from my workouts.

Cole K.

I am a 26 year old man who has recently been having lower back pain. After wrongly assuming I had been lifting wrong or sitting too much at work, I started to realize that the culprit was my mattress. I had a run of the mill spring mattress with a memory foam topper. As a back sleeper I found my lumbar spine was sinking in too much as I slept. I did extensive research and stumbled across "Zoma." My first night completely exceeded my lofty expectations. Thinking it may have been a one off, I remained cautiously optimistic. Fortunately after a month of sleeping on this product, I remain just as satisfied as my first night on this high quality mattress. Thank you Zoma!

Brandon Z.

I was able to set up this mattress and bed frame by myself without the use of any tools. Being an athlete, I’m fully aware of how important sleep is for the recovery process. This mattress has elevated my game! I’m feeling more rested each night which allowing me to focus more on the field! The mattress really molds to my body to the point where I wake up in the exact same position I fall asleep in. 5 stars no doubt! I’d recommend this to anyone looking to be more productive during the day!

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Full Size Mattress FAQs

What is the best full size mattress?

The best mattress is different for everyone, thanks to our varying sleep needs and comfort preferences. Your best mattress should support your back while also offering enough cushion to ease pressure points—and it should be durable enough for you to sleep comfortably on it for several years.

Learn about the pros and cons of each type of mattress so you can choose what type is right for you.

Mattress Type Pros Cons Good for
Memory Foam
  • Relieves pressure
  • Conforms to sleeper
  • Quiet
  • Excellent motion isolation
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Can trap body heat
  • Sleeper may feel "stuck"
  • Off-gassing
Side sleepers
Back sleepers
Stomach sleepers
Combo sleepers
  • Responsive
  • Contouring
  • Cooling
  • Isolates motion
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Heavy
  • Firmer feel than many sleepers expect
  • High prices
Side sleepers
Back sleepers
Stomach sleepers
Combo sleepers
  • Responsive bounce
  • Breathable
  • Edge support
  • Little to no pressure relief
  • Transfers motion
  • Noisy coils
  • Quick to sag
  • Allergens and dust mites may accumulate
Back sleepers
Stomach sleepers
  • Responsive bounce
  • Breathable
  • Wrapped coils isolate motion
  • Foam layers keep out allergens
  • Noisy coils
  • Coils isolate less motion with age
  • Can sag within a few years
  • High prices
Side sleepers
Back sleepers
Stomach sleepers
Combo sleepers

Memory Foam
Memory foam mattresses have existed for decades, but their popularity exploded with the bed in a box trend. Now, customers can buy a bed and have it shipped to their doorstep without ever leaving their house.

A memory foam mattress contains at least two layers of foam—a comfort layer of memory foam and a bottom layer of sturdy poly-foam. A transition layer improves the bed’s support and comfort while contributing to weight distribution.

Memory foam is known for its responsive pressure relief, making it an excellent choice for a sleeper with chronic back or hip pain, or another health condition. The bed’s elasticity also allows it to move with an adjustable bed frame, which can ease health concerns such as chronic pain or restless legs.

The main problem with traditional memory foam is how it can hold onto body heat, causing night sweats. Many companies address this problem with gel memory foam or other infusions (copper, graphite, charcoal) to wick away heat. Other cooling technologies include advanced open-cell memory foam and cutouts in the mattress for added breathability.

Latex foam adapts to your body much like memory foam and can bend with an adjustable base. Unlike memory foam, latex has an inherently firm feel and is naturally more springy.

If you want an eco-friendly mattress, latex is an excellent choice as little to no pollutants are produced in its creation. Manufacturers create latex foam by harvesting rubber sap and processing it with the Dunlop or Talalay method. Talalay latex takes extra steps to develop, so it’s more expensive, while Dunlop has a firmer feel than Talalay.

Natural latex mattresses are one of the more expensive bed options. Many owners find the price fair, as a latex mattress can last between 10 to 20 years—though it’s often wise to replace one after 10 years for hygienic reasons.

Innerspring mattresses were once the most popular mattress type. Inside the mattress is a system of coils, arranged to keep a sleeper elevated on top of the bed. The coils make it easier for heat to escape the mattress.

Innersprings are inexpensive and available at most mattress and furniture stores—making them a convenient option for someone who needs a new bed immediately. Many owners, however, find an innerspring mattress can’t contour to the body for full pressure relief. Innersprings with plush pillow tops or Euro tops can provide more cushion, but you may find a memory foam, latex, or hybrid mattress offers a better night’s sleep.

Manufacturers borrow elements of innerspring and foam mattresses to create a hybrids. A true hybrid contains at least 2 inches of foam (often memory foam, sometimes latex or poly-foam) on top of a coil support system.

The support coils allow air to circulate better than it would in a foam bed, while the top layer of foam provides more pressure relief than the average innerspring mattress. Most hybrids use pocketed coils, with all the coils individually wrapped to better absorb and isolate motion.

Are there different types of full size mattresses?

Yes, there’s also the full XL size, which adds an extra 5 inches to the mattress’s length.

Standard Full
54 inches by 75 inches

Full XL
54 inches by 80 inches

You may also see a standard full size mattress referred to as a “double.”

What should I look for when buying a full size mattress?

When shopping for a mattress, look for:

  • Durable materials: A foam’s density can affect its durability, as low-density foams break down quicker than high-density foams. As for mattress coils, thin coils tend to sag quicker than thicker coils, as thin coils are less firm.
  • The right firmness level:If you sleep on a mattress that’s too soft or too firm, your spine may shift out of alignment. Side sleepers need mattresses with a soft to medium feel. Medium-firm to firm mattresses suit most back sleepers. Stomach sleepers need mattresses with a firm feel. If you move between sleeping positions, look for a medium mattress.
  • Temperature regulation: Mattresses can trap body heat, leaving you waking up in a sweat. Many manufacturers add cooling gels, copper, graphite, and charcoal to draw away and disperse body heat.
  • Hypoallergenic properties: Allergens and dust mites can penetrate a mattress if there’s only a thin comfort layer on top. Thick, dense foam layers make it more difficult for pests and allergens to settle inside the mattress.
  • An extensive sleep trial period and inclusive warranty:You may need a month to adjust to your mattress, as your body needs time to adapt to the different levels of comfort and support your new mattress offers. Sleep trials give you the chance to see if a mattress feels right after the adjustment period. Warranties protect a customer from structural defects—we recommend warranties that cover sagging under an inch.
  • A good price:Shoppers on a restricted budget should consider an online mattress. Online companies sell direct-to-consumer rather than utilizing a store and salespeople.

What if my full size Zoma Mattress feels too soft or firm?

We offer a 100-night sleep trial, starting from the day the mattress arrives at your home, so you can see if the mattress is comfortable for you. You should feel adjusted to your Zoma Mattress within 30 days; but if you find the bed uncomfortable, let us know, and we can process your return and issue a full refund.

If your mattress is past its sleep trial date and you can’t return it, you can still change its feel with a mattress topper. Toppers add a few extra inches of soft or firm foam, letting you customize a mattress’s feel to your preferences.

Your current mattress can feel too soft or too firm if you’ve changed your sleeping position. If so, you may need to buy a new mattress or adjust its feel with a topper.

If your mattress is old, it may grow softer or firmer as its materials wear out. Toppers can make an old mattress feel comfortable long enough for you to save up for a replacement.

Can my body weight affect the feel of my full size Zoma Mattress?

Yes, your body type can influence how the Zoma Mattress feels. Heavier people place more pressure on a mattress, compressing its comfort layers. Lightweight people put less pressure on a bed and need a soft mattress to fully conform to their body.

Our 100-night sleep trial lets you ensure the Zoma Mattress feels comfortable and can provide a good night’s sleep.

Can a full size Zoma Mattress fit a couple?

Many couples will feel cramped on a full size mattress, so we don’t recommend it. The smallest mattress size we recommend for couples is a queen, which gives each partner about 30 inches of space.

Are hard or soft mattresses better for your back?

Researchers have found medium-firm mattresses are the best mattresses for soothing back pain. These mattresses offer extra support to promote healthy spinal alignment but still offer enough cushioning to alleviate pressure in the shoulders, hips, and lower back. We also recommend searching for a mattress with zoned support technologies, as these are designed to offer relief for sleepers with back pain.

Can I flip a full size Zoma Mattress?

No, the Zoma Mattress cannot be flipped. Like most memory foam mattress manufacturers, we build our Zoma Mattress with the sturdiest layer on the bottom and the most comfortable layer on top. Flipping the mattress means changing the bed’s feel and damaging the bed’s support and comfort capabilities.

A few memory foam mattresses can be flipped; however, they often have different firmnesses on each side. Check the mattress company’s website to see if your mattress is flippable.

Do I need a box spring for my full size Zoma Mattress?

No. We strongly suggest you do not keep any memory foam mattress on top of a box spring, as these mattress accessories cannot offer the consistent support a memory foam mattress needs. The coils inside a box spring are often too far apart, causing the foam to sink between the springs, resulting in premature sagging.

Instead, we recommend a solid or slatted bed frame for your Zoma Mattress. A solid foundation may prevent excess heat from escaping while keeping your mattress on slats lets airflow through the bottom and limits overheating. Just make sure the slats are no more than 3 inches apart—any wider and the mattress’s base may dip between the slats, stretching it out of shape.

How long does the Zoma Mattress last?

Memory foam mattresses like the Zoma often last up to 10 years—we provide a 10-year warranty because we believe in our mattress’s durability.

You can stretch out your mattress’s use by taking care of it with regular cleanings and rotations. Vacuum your mattress often to prevent debris and dust from accumulating—otherwise, your body can press the debris into the mattress, which changes the mattress’s feel and reduces its support. Rotating your mattress every three months smoothes out the wear and tear you place on the bed.

Where is a Zoma Mattress made?

We make each Zoma Mattress to order in the USA, using CertiPUR-US® certified foams. CertiPUR-US® is an independent organization that verifies foams are manufactured without ozone depleters, formaldehyde, mercury, lead, heavy metals, and PBDEs, TDCPP, or TCEP flame retardants.

How big is a full size mattress?

A standard full size mattress is 54 inches wide by 75 inches long, or 134.5cm by 190.5cm.

Is a double bed the same thing as a full size bed?

Yes, a “double bed” is another name for a full size mattress.

What’s the difference between a full or a queen size mattress?

A queen size mattress measures 60 inches wide by 80 inches long, which is about 5-6 inches of difference in both width and length compared to a full size mattress. While a full bed could fit an average-sized couple, most couples prefer a queen size bed for more personal space.

Can you use queen size sheets on a full size mattress?

Yes, you can, but queen size sheets are slightly longer and wider, so you might have issues with bunching or the sheets slipping off. Full size sheets aren’t hard to find, so stick with the sheet size to match your mattress if possible.