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Zoma Mattress

A Twin Size Mattress

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

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    "The mattress athletes have always dreamed of"

  • gear patrol

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

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    "You owe it to yourself to try Zoma today"

Restorative, restful sleep.

The Triangulex™ technology in our Zoma Mattress keeps a sleeper cool, while the latex-like Reactiv™ layer adds some bounce to the bed. Triangulex’s™ triangle cutouts create three zones of support, with softer sections for the head and legs and a firm area under the torso. Reactiv’s™ responsive nature adapts to a sleeper’s movements while protecting the support layer.

Don’t compromise.

The Zoma Mattress isn’t just comfortable. Its design promotes restorative sleep with three layers of foam. Triangulex’s™ zoned support contours to the head and feet while supporting a sleeper’s back and hips, maintaining spinal alignment. Reactiv™ makes the bed more responsive and keeps the sleeper lifted. The base layer of Support+ foam makes the mattress more durable, providing a sleeper with many years of use.

Who is a twin size mattress good for?

  • Children

    Many parents buy a growing child a twin size mattress for their kids' room, as the bed should last them throughout their teen years. Some parents buy two twin size mattresses to use in bunk beds.

  • Small living spaces

    If you have a small bedroom or studio apartment, a twin size mattress can keep you comfortable and help maximize floor space.

  • 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 twin size mattress.

The mattress materials, warranty, sleep trial and included sleep technologies (for example, extra lumbar support or reinforced edges) all influence how much a mattress costs.

Your sleep position and any health concerns can help you decide which mattress is best for you. Back sleepers, for example, need a mattress firm enough to support the spine but with enough plush give to conform to their curves. Hot sleepers need cooling technology such as gel memory foam or memory foam with an advanced open-cell structure.

Researching the average prices of different types of mattresses prevents you from falling prey to bad deals—many excellent twin size mattresses cost less than $1000. If you’re considering a more expensive mattress, look at similar kinds of mattresses to compare prices. A bed’s comfort level and features are what make it luxurious, not a high price.

Conversely, be cautious of mattresses with low prices, such as $100 or less. Many inexpensive beds use low-quality foams and cheap fabrics that will wear down sooner than high-quality materials. A mattress with a low price may seem like a good deal now, but you may have second thoughts if you have to replace that mattress within a year or two.

One way to determine a mattress’s quality is by reading through its attached warranty. Mattress companies determine the warranty’s coverage by testing how resilient a mattress is. Most mattresses promise coverage for 10 years, so a less extensive warranty may mean the bed is lower quality.

How big is a twin size mattress?

A twin size mattress is 38 inches long and 75 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 twin size mattress compare in price?

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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’ll issue a refund in full.

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!

Upgrade your sleep today.


Twin Size Mattress FAQs

What is the best twin 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 may be the most popular choice of material for a bed-in-a-box mattress—the material compresses well enough to fit into a small box for convenient home delivery.

Two to three layers of foam make up most memory foam mattresses. The top layer is the only layer to contain memory foam, as the material is too soft to offer the full support a sleeper needs. The base layer is a stiff foam, typically polyurethane foam, and provides the bed’s structure. A transition layer can protect the support layer and make the mattress adapt better to a sleeper’s movements.

A memory foam mattress is naturally hypoallergenic, as the material’s density prevents allergens and dust mites from infiltrating the mattress. Traditional memory foam’s density can trap body heat, as air has trouble circulating through the mattress. Many manufacturers solve the issue by adding cooling gels, copper, charcoal, or graphite to absorb and wick away heat.

The other issue some mattress owners notice is a sharp chemical odor when the bed is first unboxed—a problem most often associated with lower quality foams. Organic compounds in the mattress break down at room temperature when the mattress is opened, creating the smell. The smell should disappear within 3 to 7 days.

Latex mattresses conform to a sleeper’s body like memory foam does, though the material is bouncier and isolates less motion.

To manufacture a natural latex mattress, companies harvest rubber tree sap and process it using the Dunlop or Talalay methods. Talalay produces a softer but more costly latex. Dunlop has a firmer feel and is often used in the mattress’s base.

Natural latex mattresses are some of the more expensive foam beds on the market, as the process of harvesting the material and creating the foam takes time and care. Many latex owners find the price worth it since mattress can last between 10 to 20 years.

Many sleepers find latex is too firm. To offset this, some companies offer an optional plush pillow top, but this usually adds to the bed’s cost.

Innerspring mattresses were once the primary type of mattress and remain reasonably popular. The steel coils in an innerspring’s base provides breathability and bouncy support.

An innerspring mattress, however, is one of the worst beds for pressure relief. The thin comfort layer can’t fully mold to a sleeper’s curves, letting pressure build up in the body. Many people find that a memory foam, latex, or hybrid mattress provides a better night’s sleep.

Manufacturers draw upon the design of both an innerspring and a foam mattress to create a hybrid mattress. Hybrids contain 2 to 3 inches of foam on top of a layer of coils, typically wrapped to prevent motion transfer.

The supportive coils offset the heat retention issues of a foam mattress, while the top foam layer adapts to a sleeper’s body with more ease than an innerspring. Hybrids can be one of the more expensive types of mattresses, as they mix high-quality but disparate materials.

Are there different twin size mattresses?

Yes, there’s also the twin XL size. It has an extra 5 inches of length, making the bed 38 inches by 80 inches. A twin XL can be the right choice for a growing child, especially if the bed is meant to last until adulthood. For many sleepers, though, a regular twin size mattress is good enough.

You may see a mattress referred to as a single mattress while browsing your options. A twin size mattress is the same size as a single bed. The label “twin” simply implies a set of two mattresses placed side by side, such as in a shared bedroom.

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

When shopping for a mattress, look for:

  • Sturdy materials:High-density foams and thicker coils stand up best to extensive use.
  • The right firmness:Your ideal firmness depends on your sleeping position. Side sleepers need a mattress with a soft to medium feel, as pressure points can build up in their side—a softer mattress relieves that pressure. Back sleepers need even support for the body and can find it in a medium-firm to firm mattress. Stomach sleeping can strain the spine unless a person rests on a firm mattress.
  • Cooling technologies:No one enjoys waking up in the middle of the night in a hot sweat. Cooling gels, copper, graphite, charcoal, and ceramic can move excess heat away from a sleeper. An advanced open-cell structure can provide more air channels to prevent a mattress from retaining heat.
  • Motion isolation: Often advertised as a feature for a couple’s mattress. However, single sleepers who awaken easily should consider a twin size mattress that absorbs motion to prevent sleep disturbances.
  • Hypoallergenic properties: Mattresses with thin comfort layers can make it easier for allergens and dust mites to penetrate the bed’s insides. Once inside a mattress, it’s difficult to clean out pests and allergens. Dense foam layers prevent allergens from making their way inside a mattress.
  • A long sleep trial period and warranty: Many sleepers take 30 days to adjust to a new mattress, but you’ll want more than a month to be sure if a mattress is right for you. A 10-year warranty is standard in the mattress industry—anything less may mean an inferior bed.
  • A good price:Many of the best mattress prices are found online, as companies cut out the middleman and avoid the costs of staffing a storefront.

Can my weight affect the Zoma mattress feel?

Yes, your body type determines how much pressure you will place on the mattress. Large-statured people will compress a mattress’s comfort layer more than the average sleeper, while a lightweight sleeper puts less pressure on a mattress.

Heavyweight sleepers need a firmer mattress to take on their weight, while lightweight sleepers need a softer mattress.

Body Weight Corresponding Firmness
Less than 130 pounds Medium-soft to soft
Between 130 to 230 pounds Medium to medium-firm
More than 230 pounds Medium-firm to firm

If you’re considering a mattress sight unseen (and also feel unfelt), take a moment to read mattress reviews and customer feedback. Did anyone complain about receiving a firmer or softer mattress than expected, and did the company take steps to resolve the issue?

It may be time to replace your mattress if it’s recently become too soft or firm for a good night’s sleep. Foam can soften with age or firm up as the material loses its elasticity.

If you need to change the feel of your mattress, consider a mattress topper. Toppers add a few extra inches of soft cushioning or firm foam, which can let you stretch out a mattress’s use until you’re ready to replace it.

How often should you replace your Zoma mattress?

A memory foam mattress such as the Zoma needs to be replaced every seven to 10 years—we offer a 10-year warranty as a sign of faith in our mattress’s longevity.

If your current memory foam mattress sags or has lumps, it’s time to look into a replacement. Sleeping on an old mattress that’s lost its shape can cause back pain and other health issues.

Can I put my Zoma mattress on slats?

Yes, slatted bed frames are one of the best choices for a memory foam mattress foundation, as they provide solid support and room for air to circulate through the mattress.

Just check that the slats are at least 0.5 inches thick and no more than 3 inches apart. Thinner slats may not stand up to the weight of a memory foam mattress, while slats spaced too far apart will let the foam dip down beneath the foundation. If the foam dips, it can cause sagging and negate the bed’s support.

Other good foundation choices include a piece of moisture-resistant plywood or a solid platform bed.

If you’re considering a box spring for your Zoma mattress, we strongly recommend against it. Box springs can damage a memory foam mattress because the box spring’s construction isn’t solid enough to offer uniform support, which can lead to the mattress dipping.

Where are Zoma mattresses made?

Every Zoma mattress is made to order here in the United States. We manufacture every bed using an eco-friendly process, and all of our mattresses are made with CertiPUR-US® certified foams for your safety.

What are the dimensions of a twin size mattress?

A standard twin size mattress measures 38 inches wide and 75 inches long, or 96.5 centimeters by 190.5 centimeters. A twin size mattress can fit in almost any space, big or small.

Do two twin beds make a queen?

No, two twin beds do not make a queen. However, two twin XL beds make a king size mattress.

What’s the average price of a twin size mattress?

Most twin size mattresses cost between $300-$800. While some twin beds can cost more than $800 due to special technologies like gel memory foam or zoned support, mattresses priced less than $300 are usually cheaply made and won’t last long.

Can adults sleep in twin size beds?

Yes, adults can sleep in twin size beds, but will probably only be comfortable sleeping in one alone.