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Zoma Mattress

Twin XL (38" x 80") $650 $550

A Twin XL Size Mattress

With the perfect feel and advanced technology, the Zoma Twin XL 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.

You can rest in cool comfort with our Triangulex™ technology and latex-like Reactiv™ foam. Triangulex™ contains triangle cutouts to contour closer to your head, shoulders, and legs, while maintaining firm support for your midsection. Reactiv™ acts as a bouncy buffer between the top layer of gel memory foam and the bottom layer of Support+ foam.

Don’t

compromise.

We designed each layer of the Zoma Mattress to add to the bed’s overall comfort. Triangulex’s™ triangular cutouts add softness under the head, shoulders, and legs—the cutouts also promote air circulation to wick away body heat. The springiness of Reactiv™ lifts you and prevents you from feeling “stuck” in the bed. The Support+ foam in the bottom layer deters sagging and keeps the bed structured.

Who is a Twin XL size mattress good for?

Twin XL size mattresses are the top-selling beds thanks to their versatile size.

  • Growing children

    A twin XL mattress gives children a few extra inches to grow into, which is especially important if the parents are taller than 6 feet.

  • College students

    Most college dorm rooms have bed frames for twin XL size beds if a student wishes to bring their own mattress.

  • Tall sleepers

    Single sleepers more than 6 feet tall need a bed long enough to keep their feet from dangling over the edge.

How much to spend on a twin XL size mattress.

Mattress materials along with their attached sleep trial and warranty are the three main factors that determine mattress price, along with optional features such as gel memory foam or lumbar support to limit back pain. Mattresses can cost less than $100 or more than $3000.

Sleep position and health conditions are the two most important considerations when looking at mattresses. Your position influences what firmness is best for you, as the wrong firmness can misalign your spine. Sleep technologies such as edge support and lumbar support can help with chronic pain, but these technologies also drive up a mattress’s price.

How you will use your mattress influences how much to budget—a twin XL size mattress for a guest room will see infrequent use, so you don’t have to spend as much as you would on a mattress you’d use every night.

Sometimes consumers buy two twin XL size mattresses, whether it’s for bunk beds or to make a split king size mattress. If you’re buying two mattresses with different firmnesses, the price may not be the same, even if they are similar models. Soft mattresses often have more material for a plusher feel, which increases its costs.

A quick web search gives you an idea of the average mattress price —you shouldn't need to spend more than $1000 on a quality twin XL mattress. If you’re buying a bed for everyday use, be careful of mattresses with low prices. A mattress costing $100 or less may contain low-quality foams that will wear out quickly—or may be made with harmful chemicals.

If you’re uncertain of a mattress’s quality, read through its attached warranty. Warranties are determined when companies test their mattresses’ durability. The majority of mattresses include a 10-year warranty—a shorter warranty likely signifies a lower-quality bed.

How big is a twin XL size mattress?

A twin XL size mattress is 80 inches long and 38 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 XL size mattress compare in price?

  • Amerisleep
    AS3
    $1149
  • Purple
    The Purple
    $749
  • Serta®
    iComfort
    $849
  • Sealy®
    Conform
    $1274

Sleep on it.

A risk-free, 100-night trial comes with all of our Zoma mattresses. Any sleeper who isn’t happy with our mattress can return it during the sleep trial for a full refund—we make returns easy by picking up the mattress for you.

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.

Lucy

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.

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Twin XL Size Mattress FAQs

What is the best twin XL size mattress?

It all depends on you. An objective best mattress doesn’t exist as everyone has different sleep styles, health conditions, budget concerns, and comfort preferences. Your best twin XL mattress should support your spine and back muscles while offering enough cushion for heavier parts of your body (such as the hips) to sink in.

Mattress Type Pros Cons Good for
Memory Foam
  • Pressure-relieving
  • Conformability
  • Quiet
  • Excellent motion isolation
  • Hypoallergenic
  • May trap body heat
  • A sleeper may feel "stuck"
  • Off-gassing
Side sleepers
Back sleepers
Stomach sleepers
Combo sleepers
Latex
  • Responsive
  • Contouring
  • Aerated for
    breathability
  • Isolates motion
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Heavy
  • Firmer feel than many sleepers expect
  • Expensive
Side sleepers
Back sleepers
Stomach sleepers
Combo sleepers
Innerspring
  • Bouncy
  • Cooling
  • Edge support
  • Little to no pressure relief
  • Motion transfer
  • Noisy coils
  • Prone to sagging
  • Allergens and dust mites may accumulate
Back sleepers
Stomach sleepers
Hybrid
  • Bouncy
  • Breathable
  • Pocketed coils isolate motion
  • Foam layers block out allergens
  • Noisy coils
  • Coils transfer more motion with age
  • May sag within a few years
  • Expensive
Side sleepers
Back sleepers
Stomach sleepers
Combo sleepers

Memory Foam
To create memory foam, manufacturers process polyurethane foam to make it more responsive to heat and pressure. This viscoelasticity is why memory foam cradles your body when you lie down. Its flexibility also lets memory foam mattresses work well on adjustable bases, as the material follows the curve of the base.

Every memory foam mattress has at least two layers—the top layer of memory foam and a bottom layer of support foam, often poly-foam. A transition layer can make the bed adapt faster to your movements and protect the support layer.

Traditional memory foam can retain too much body heat, as the foam’s density keeps air from flowing. Manufacturers often address the issue with cooling gels or conductive materials such as copper or graphite, to absorb and wick away heat.

Latex
Latex has a similar feel and flexibility to memory foam—it contours to your body and can bend with an adjustable base. And natural latex is an eco-friendly option as harvesting and manufacturing natural latex produces little to no pollutants.

Companies collect rubber tree sap to produce natural latex. There are two types of natural latex, Dunlop and Talalay.

Natural latex is one of the more expensive materials thanks to the time and effort involved in its creation. It’s also one of the more durable mattress materials, with a latex bed lasting up to 20 years.

Innerspring
An innerspring mattress is no longer the default mattress choice, but it’s still popular. Its coils give more space for air to circulate and provide a bouncy lift as you sleep on the mattress.

Innerspring mattresses are inexpensive and easy to find. Still, many customers find themselves dissatisfied with the bed’s feel—the thin comfort can’t mold itself close enough to relieve all of your pressure points. Side sleepers might want to avoid buying an innerspring mattress, as they arguably need the most pressure relief of the three sleep positions.

Hybrid
Hybrid mattresses are a combination of innersprings and foam mattresses. Some retailers may call a mattress a hybrid when it’s not as a marketing ploy—a true hybrid mattress has a coil support layer and 2 to 3 inches of foam, usually memory foam.

The supportive coils let air circulate to remove excess heat, while the foam adapts to your body and relieves pressure points. A typical hybrid mattress uses pocketed coils in its base layer, with every coil wrapped in foam or fabric for better motion isolation.

Are there different types of twin XL size mattresses?

Yes, there’s the regular twin size and the twin XL size mattresses. A twin size mattress is 75 inches long and 38 inches wide. A twin XL size mattress adds 5 inches of length, so it’s 80 inches long by 38 inches wide.

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

Keep an eye out for:

  • Quality materials: Low-density foams fall apart faster than high-density foams, as the material is more prone to wear and tear. Thin coils wear out more quickly than thicker coils as they’re less firm.
  • A good firmness: Sleeping position determines what firmness is most comfortable for you. A soft to medium mattress suits most side sleepers, back sleepers need a mattress with a firm to medium-firm feel, and stomach sleepers need a firm mattress to keep their spine in a neutral position.
  • Cooling features: If your mattress retains too much heat, it might wake you. Many mattresses are infused with cooling gels, copper, graphite, and charcoal to absorb and dissipate body heat.
  • Hypoallergenic properties:It’s easier for allergens to penetrate a mattress if the top layer is thin, such as on an innerspring mattress. A dense layer of foam on top is a natural deterrent against pests and allergens.
  • Motion isolation: Single sleepers may not to worry about motion isolation unless they have a health condition such as restless legs syndrome. Couples who plan to combine two twin XL size mattresses, however, should consider it.
  • An extensive sleep trial and warranty:You need time to adjust to a new mattress even if it’s better than your old one. Many sleepers take 30 days to adjust—so a sleep trial lets you test your new bed and determine if it’s right for you. Warranties protect a customer from sleeping on a defective mattress. Look for a long-lasting warranty that covers sags at least an inch deep.
  • A good price:If you have a tight budget, look at online mattresses. Most online companies offer better prices than in-store mattresses due to fewer storefront overhead costs.

How often should you replace a Zoma twin XL size mattress?

A memory foam mattress such as the Zoma typically lasts up to 10 years—we offer a 10-year warranty as a guarantee of a Zoma mattress’s quality.

To get the most out of your mattress, make sure you clean and rotate it often. Frequent rotations even out the wear on a mattress, while regular cleaning prevents your body from grinding dust and debris into your mattress.

Can my weight change the feel of a Zoma mattress?

Yes, your body weight can alter how a mattress feels. Heavier people compress soft layers, while lighter sleepers place less pressure on a mattress.

Lightweight sleepers should shop for a plush mattress, while heavyweight sleepers need a firmer mattress to withstand compression.

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 your current mattress is too soft or firm and you’re not ready to shop for a replacement, consider a mattress topper. The few extra inches of foam can change the feel of a mattress.

A good sleep trial can prevent you from sleeping on a bed with an uncomfortable firmness—during the sleep trial, you can return or exchange your mattress for another model. Reading customer reviews for a mattress you’re considering can also save you from buying the wrong bed.

Will twin sheets fit a Zoma twin XL size mattress?

No, the extra five inches will prevent a fitted twin sheet from staying on a twin XL size mattress—although a twin size blanket should work fine on a twin XL size mattress.

How often should you replace a Zoma twin XL size mattress?

A memory foam mattress such as the Zoma typically lasts up to 10 years—we offer a 10-year warranty as a guarantee of a Zoma mattress’s quality.

To get the most out of your mattress, make sure you clean and rotate it often. Frequent rotations even out the wear on a mattress, while regular cleaning prevents your body from grinding dust and debris into your mattress.

Should I keep my Zoma twin XL size mattress on a box spring?

No, you shouldn’t. The coils or rods inside a box spring are not grouped closely enough to provide a memory foam mattress such as the Zoma with even support. If a memory foam mattress is not evenly supported, parts of the bed can dip underneath the foundation, stretching the bed’s materials and compromising its support.

If you have a box spring you wish to keep, you can place a piece of moisture-resistant plywood on top, cut to size to fit underneath the mattress. The plywood will prevent sagging, though it’s too solid to let air easily slip through the bottom of your mattress.

For the most breathability, we recommend keeping your mattress on a slatted surface. However, the slats should be at least 0.5 an inch thick and no more than 3 inches apart. Thinner slats may bend or break under a mattress’s weight, and slats spaced too far apart may cause the mattress to sag prematurely.

Where are the Zoma Mattresses made?

We make every mattress to order here in the United States, using foams certified as non-toxic by CertiPUR-US®. As a third-party organization, CertiPUR-US® ensures a foam is made without ozone depleters, mercury, lead, heavy metals, formaldehyde, and PBDEs, TDCPP, or TCEP flame retardants.

What size is a twin XL mattress?

A twin XL mattress is 38 inches wide and 80 inches long—five inches longer than a standard twin. Taller people who need more legroom often opt for twin XL mattresses.

What is the difference between a twin XL and a twin mattress?

The difference is a mere five inches, but those inches can make a big difference to a tall person who doesn’t want their legs to dangle over the bed.

Can a twin XL mattress fit on a twin frame?

Standard twin and twin XL mattresses are the same widths, so you could get a twin size headboard for a twin XL mattress. However, you would need to get a twin XL frame specifically for your twin XL mattress because of the longer length.