- A Full XL Mattress measures 54 inches in width and 80 inches in length. Though it shares the same
width as a standard Full Mattress, it is 5 inches longer.
- Full XL mattresses are ideally suited for solo sleepers taller than 6 feet.
- At Turmerry, you'll find one of the best eco-friendly Full XL-size mattresses, featuring Dunlop latex
foam layers, natural New Zealand wool, and organic cotton!
- Turmerry also provides three other unique mattress models - An all-foam latex mattress, a latex
hybrid mattress, and a latex egg crate mattress.
- Turmerry provides Free Shipping across the US, a 120-Night Trial Period, and a 100% Money Back
Turmerry Natural and Organic RV Mattress: The Perfect New Mattress For You!
Through liquid latex obtained sustainably from rubber trees in Sri Lanka and manufactured into cushioning foam
through the Dunlop method, we forge our Natural and Organic RV Mattresses. Perfect for RVs as well as
classic apartment bedrooms, the Turmerry RV Mattress is where you'll find the Full XL mattress size
option. If you desire something bigger, you can also find them in Short Queen and Short King sizes.
Turmerry RV Mattresses feature three organic Dunlop latex foam layers at their core, which are infused with a
layer of natural New Zealand wool for fire resistance and temperature regulation. All of these layers are
encased in a super soft, breathable organic cotton cover, increasing the overall comfort level by one more
The Benefits Of Choosing Turmerry Full XL Mattresses
Customizable firmness (soft; medium; firm; extra firm) and height (8-inch; 10-inch).
Eco-friendly materials (latex, wool, cotton) for a green mattress with minimal VOC emissions.
Quick response and bounce, allowing the mattress to adjust to your movements.
Great back support to keep your spine well-aligned and your body well-rested.
Plush cushioning to ensure more than adequate softness and pressure relief.
Perforated latex foam promotes airflow, ensuring hot sleepers a cooler sleep environment.
Resilient and durable, with a lifespan of around 15-20 years if maintained properly.
Motion isolation prevents motion transfer and allows couples restful sleep.
Edge support to minimize the risk of falling off the edge and maximize sleeping space.
Affordable price for a high-quality mattress with premium materials and plenty of benefits.
warranty to ensure peace of mind in the long run.
120-night trial period so you can try out whether it suits you in your own bedroom.
customer support to help you with all your queries and concerns.
plant a tree for every mattress purchase.
Seeking an Alternative? Here are Three Other Mattress Types!
Besides our Natural and Organic RV Mattress, we also offer three other unique options. Though these three
mattress types don't come in the Full XL size, they are available in a variety of other standard mattress sizes.
Natural and Organic Latex Mattress
Our Natural and Organic Latex
Mattress is composed of Dunlop latex foam layers, infused with a natural wool layer, and
in an organic cotton cover. Its materials are similar to the ones in the RV mattress we offer, but its sizes
different, including options like twin, twin XL, full, queen, split queen, king, split king, and California
king. If you prefer a plush mattress with higher comfort levels, the Natural and Organic Latex Mattress is
Latex Hybrid Mattress
Our Latex Hybrid
Mattress combines the plushness of a 2-inch Talalay latex foam layer with an 8-inch pocketed
coil support core to provide a medium-firm feel. This hybrid firmness, which provides a medium feel for the
average sleeper, is great for every sleep position, including side sleepers, back sleepers, stomach
and combination sleepers.
Egg Crate Mattress
Putting a twist on plain mattress surfaces, we have our Egg Crate Latex Mattresses. The
layer of these all-foam mattresses holds a convoluted egg-crate-shaped foam, which caresses your body much
better than a plain mattress surface. If you're seeking heightened pressure relief and bed sore relief, the
Crate Mattress is a good mattress choice.
Full XL Mattress - Buyer's Guide
Finding the best Full XL mattress can be a bit tough, especially with all the options you are provided in terms
of mattress types, customizations, and purchase avenues. This buyer's guide aims to help you navigate the
mattress world and lead you to your ideal Full XL mattress!
What is a Full XL mattress?
A Full XL mattress is a mattress size that falls between a Full-size and Queen-size mattress. It has a 54-inch
width and 80-inch length, and it provides more length than a standard Full mattress, which has a 54-inch width
and 75-inch length. Full XL mattresses are an attractive option for taller individuals who desire extra legroom
Should you prefer Full XL-size mattresses over standard full-size mattresses?
Why You Should
Ideal for Tall, Single Sleepers: If you are taller than average, the extra length of a Full
mattress can provide a more comfortable sleep surface that prevents your feet from hanging off the edge.
Great for Guest Room: Full XL-size mattresses are great budget-friendly additions to guest
rooms, making them more inviting for guests who are taller than 6 feet.
Transitioning from Twin XL: If you're transitioning from a Twin XL bed (38 inches by 80
a Full XL bed can offer the same length while providing more width for a more spacious sleeping experience.
Why You Shouldn't
Room Size: A Full XL mattress might take up more space than standard full-size mattresses,
leaving less room for other furniture.
Standard Full Available: If you're comfortable with the dimensions of a standard Full
and don't need the extra length, a Full XL might not be necessary.
Cost: Full XL mattresses might be slightly more expensive than standard Full mattresses, so
budget considerations should be taken into account.
Important factors to consider before a Full XL mattress purchase
Bedroom and Bed Frame
Make sure you have a bedroom and bed frame that can comfortably accommodate the dimensions of a Full XL
Consider your sleeping habits, such as sleeping position, and ensure that a Full XL-size mattress can satisfy
Body Weight and Height
Generally speaking, the heavier you weigh, the firmer and thicker your mattress should be. Also, if you're
than 6 feet 6 inches, a Full XL might not be enough.
Bedding and Accessories
Keep in mind that Full XL bedding accessories like mattress toppers, padding, and bed sheets might be less
readily available compared to more common sizes like Full or Queen.
Planning on sharing the bed? Take into account the space needed for every individual to sleep and wake up
Consider health conditions like back pain, arthritis,
diseases, allergies, chemical
intolerance, etc., that can be directly affected by the mattress type you choose.
Always prioritize safety considerations so that you can find trusted products from various mattress brands.
valuable tip is to thoroughly evaluate ingredients of the mattress you're interested in, as it helps
whether any components are harmful. Another valuable tip is to check for certifications like CertiPUR-US, GOLS,
Additionally, fact-check all health claims associated with these products. Ensure that these claims align
the current body of scientific evidence, confirming their validity. Adhering to these tips helps you vet
better, establishing whether the product manufacturers addressed safety and efficacy standards for the
Determine your budget for a mattress purchase and compare prices between Full XL and other mattress sizes.
Trial Period and Warranty
Always check the mattress manufacturer's trial period, warranty, and return policy terms. Ensure you have the
option to return or exchange the mattress if it doesn't meet your expectations.
Different types of Full XL mattresses
Full XL-size mattresses can vary based on their material and construction. The four most prominent Full XL
mattress types include the Memory Foam Mattress, Latex Mattress, Hybrid Mattress, and Innerspring Mattress.
Memory Foam Mattress
A memory foam mattress offers great contouring as it absorbs body heat and pressure to sink you into it. However,
the usual memory foam firmness is soft, which can lead to a lack of support and response. A traditional memory
foam mattress also retains heat, so you do sleep hot most nights.
A latex mattress usually offers a medium firmness as it balances comfort and support. Latex is naturally obtained
from rubber trees, so you needn't worry about inhaling
massive amounts of chemicals usually found in a memory foam mattress.
Hybrid and Innerspring Mattress
A hybrid mattress and an innerspring mattress both use spring coils as their support core and foam/padding as the
comfort layer. Hybrid mattresses, however, have thicker comfort layers, giving them a more medium feel than
innerspring mattresses, which offer a traditionally firm feel. Note that these mattress types can be a bit heavy
due to the spring coils, so you may need someone else to help you lift and shift them.
Full XL Mattress FAQs
What is a Full XL-size mattress?
A Full XL-size mattress measures 54 inches in width and 80 inches in length. It provides extra length
a standard Full mattress, accommodating taller individuals.
Does anyone make a Full XL mattress?
Though not a very common mattress size, quite a few mattress brands do offer Full XL mattresses as part of
product lineup. Try enquiring with a mattress brand near you or online about where you can find Full XL-size
Are Full and Full XL the same?
No, Full and Full XL mattresses are not the same; Full XL mattresses are 5 inches longer than standard Full
mattresses, providing additional length for tall sleepers.
Is a Full bed the same length as a Twin XL?
No, a Full bed is not the same length as a Twin XL; a Twin XL mattress is longer than a Full mattress, but a
bed is wider than a Twin XL.