Twin XL Mattresses










          What do you get when you add five inches of length to a twin mattress? You get a twin XL mattress, of course! With a dimension of 38" x 80", twin XLs are popular mattress sizes for tall people who cannot fit into a regular twin mattress. And for those seeking the best twin XL mattresses, we've got you covered!

          With Turmerry, you get to choose from three unique types of latex twin XL mattresses, each crafted with some of the finest quality materials available on the market! From our all-foam and egg-crate latex mattresses to our latex hybrid mattress, we invite you to take a peek at the affordable luxury we offer!

          Natural and Organic Latex Mattress


          GOTS Certified Organic Talalay Latex Hybrid Mattress



          • A twin XL bed measures 38" x 80" and is suitable for tall people above 6 feet who cannot fit into a regular twin mattress.
          • Twin XL beds also work well for solo sleepers who are on a budget and do not have much space in their room for a larger bed.
          • Turmerry provides 3 unique twin XL-size latex mattress models - An all-foam latex mattress, a latex hybrid mattress, and a latex egg crate mattress.
          • Each Turmerry mattress features perforated organic latex foam at its core, which, along with plenty of other benefits, primarily provides a balance between exquisite comfort and impeccable support.
          • Turmerry provides Free Shipping across the US, a 120 Night Free Trial Period, and a 100% Money Back Guarantee!

          What Makes Turmerry's Twin XL Mattresses the Best?

          At Turmerry, we value product quality, customer safety, and customer satisfaction. To obtain all three with each purchase, we ensure that our mattresses are sourced and manufactured with proper care.

          The latex featured in our beds is organically raised and sustainably sourced from Sri Lanka, after which it undergoes either the Dunlop/Talalay manufacturing processes. Processing latex foam is a process that imbues it with the softness, strength, and durability required to provide you with a calm night's sleep.

          The eco-friendly materials we use in our latex beds are tested and certified by organizations like GOLS, GOTS, OEKO-TEX, eco-INSTITUT, and LGA.

          Additionally, we offer you free shipping (across the US), a 120-night free trial period, and a 100% money-back guarantee. Finding such high-quality mattresses as ours is a tougher task than you think!

          You Can't Go Wrong with Turmerry Twin XL Mattresses!

          Opting for a Turmerry twin XL bed means you get to enjoy a horde of benefits, such as -

          • Firm Spine Support

            All of our mattress types aim to provide your spine with a rigid support, ensuring minimal risk of spinal misalignment and its after-effects. The high-quality construction and high-density foam of our beds keep your spine in a neutral position by preventing sinkage that is often experienced in memory foam mattresses.

          • Exceptional Pressure Relief

            The buildup of stress in your pressure points calls for a mattress that effectively offers pressure relief, rejuvenating you for the day ahead. Our mattresses conform very well to your body contours, spreading out your body weight evenly while also reducing the pressure on your body. A good pressure relief is recommended for side sleepers and thin people.

          • Bouncy Response

            Hate how a memory foam mattress pulls you into it? Our mattress can mitigate that by providing you with a bouncy surface. Every time you move around on our mattress, you do so without being restricted. Additionally, our mattresses quickly adjust to your body every time you move, providing precise support and comfort without fail.

          • Healthy Sleep

            With most twin XL mattresses being injected with cheap synthetic fillers nowadays, we've taken it upon ourselves to provide you with a safe mattress. The components in our mattress are tested for harmful levels of chemicals and are certified safe for human health. We also plant a tree for every mattress purchase you make, helping bring Mother Earth back to her true glory!

          • Superb Cooling

            Turmerry mattresses do not trap body heat like memory foam, but are instead naturally breathable through their open-cell structure and perforations. The ability to promote airflow helps reduce body heat, making our twin XL bed perfect for hot sleepers. We even provide a breathable cover so that our mattresses don't trap heat!

          • Motion Isolation

            Our all-foam mattresses and hybrid mattresses both provide a good amount of motion isolation, enough to ensure that movement doesn't end up waking you or your partner at night. Motion isolation is crucial for couples with restless sleepers, light sleepers, and/or combination sleepers.

          • High Durability

            Latex is a highly durable material with the resilience to last anywhere from 10-20+ years! Investing in a mattress can be an expensive task, so it's always best to make sure you're getting a long-lasting product worth your money. To back up this claim, we even provide a long warranty period that resembles the estimated lifespan of our mattresses!

          • Trustworthy Customer Service

            Every day, we strive to give our customers the best possible shopping experience! We offer free shipping all across the continental U.S. and make sure each customer gets a 120-night trial period to test out our mattress comfortably.

            Additionally, our policies are all transparently laid out for your convenience, and our products are all insured with strong warranties. With hundreds of satisfied customer reviews under our belt, you can count on us to be at your service whenever you need us!

          Choose From Three Unique Twin XL Mattresses!

          Unlike other mattress retailers, we pride ourselves on offering an extensive range of choices. Check out the three unique twin XL beds we have on offer for you -

          Twin XL Natural and Organic Latex Mattress

          This all-foam mattress features three or four organic Dunlop latex foam layers, imbued with a layer of natural wool for fire resistance and encased in a plush soft organic cotton cover. Side sleepers, back sleepers, and stomach sleepers all get to enjoy the all-foam design of our Natural and Organic Latex Mattress!

          You can tailor the Twin XL Natural and Organic Latex Mattress to your sleep preferences by choosing a different firmness level (soft, medium, firm) and height (8", 10", 12").

          Twin XL Latex Hybrid Mattress

          Straying away from the all-foam construction, we have our latex hybrid mattresses. As the support core, they feature 8" layers of pocketed coils, and for the comfort layers, they feature 2" Talalay latex layers. You can expect a bouncy, medium-firm feel when lying atop our Latex Hybrid Mattress, making it perfect for all sleeping positions.

          Twin XL Egg Crate Mattress

          Turmerry Egg Crate Mattresses are all-foam beds similar to our Natural and Organic Latex Mattresses. However, these all-foam beds are topped with an additional layer of egg crate foam, which contours better, offers greater pressure relief, and reduces the risk of bed sores.

          They can be customized in terms of firmness (soft, medium, firm, extra firm) and height (8", 10", 12"), letting you tailor them to your sleep style and sleep position.

          Twin XL Mattress - Buyer's Guide

          What is a Twin XL mattress?

          A twin XL-size mattress is 38 inches wide and 80 inches long. Although it has the same width as standard twin mattresses, the "XL" in its name signifies it is five inches longer, making it suitable for sleepers above 6 feet.

          Twin XLs are often used by tall people in small spaces. Like twin mattresses, it is budget-friendly as well. However, the width of a Twin XL mattress usually limits it to solo sleepers.

          How much does a Twin XL mattress cost?

          Twin XL mattresses can cost anywhere from $200 to $800+, depending on the mattress construction, material, and brand you choose.

          When gunning for the best mattresses on the market, you can expect to pay higher prices, starting at $600-$700.

          Mid-quality mattresses can start from $400-500, while lower-quality mattresses come with a lower price tag, starting from $200-$300.

          The best Twin XL mattress will often be part of a reputable brand that uses high-quality materials and construction. They also tend to last longer, provide better comfort, and come with a wide range of benefits that will be absent in a mid to low-quality mattress.

          Should you choose the Twin XL mattress size?

          There are a few factors that decide whether a Twin XL suits you or not. For an easier understanding, let's divide it into two sections, one representing those who should choose a Twin XL and the other representing those who shouldn't.

          • You should choose a Twin XL mattress if -

            You have limited space: Twin XLs are perfect for studio apartments, dorm rooms, guest rooms, and other such tight spaces. As they are narrow, they do not take up much floor space. This also leaves you room to spare for storage, furniture, etc.

            You are tall: Individuals who are taller than 6 feet will find a standard twin mattress to be short. Twin XL mitigates this issue by being longer and providing more space to accommodate your full body.

            You sleep solo: Solo sleepers, especially those who are thin or average weight, will find a twin XL to be adequate for their sleep needs. It provides a good sleeping space without taking up much room.

            You're on a budget: Twin XLs are not as costly as a queen or king mattress, making them the ideal candidate for those who are on a budget. Moreover, if you're seeking a mattress for a guest room or other needs unrelated to yours, then twin XL mattresses can be a cost-effective option.

          • You shouldn't choose a Twin XL mattress if -

            You require more sleeping space: Restless sleepers and combination sleepers like to move around when sleeping. This calls for more mattress space, which may not be provided by a Twin XL, especially if you're a heavy person. A full-size mattress would better suit those who require more sleeping space.

            You sleep with a partner: Sharing a twin XL is almost impossible, as it is narrow and can only accommodate a single person at a time. If you want to share your mattress with a partner, seek out a full, queen, or king mattress.

            You have spacious rooms: Placing a twin XL inside a spacious room would only ruin the aesthetic and would even be a waste of the allotted space. Queen, king, and cal king mattresses are best suited for spacious rooms.

            You aren't on a budget: If you can afford a bigger mattress, then it's recommended to go for it. A bigger mattress can future-proof your sleeping situation better than a twin XL can. For instance, when your significant other wants to move in with you, a twin XL would be a deterrent, whereas a full or queen mattress would be welcoming.

          Mattress shopping: Tips and Techniques

          A buyer's guide wouldn't be a buyer's guide without some sort of tips being shared on mattress shopping, would it? So here you go, some tips and techniques to implement when shopping around for your ideal mattress -

          • Get a feel of what you need

            We all have differing sleep requirements. Some of us prefer practicing the side sleeping position, while others prefer being back and stomach sleepers. Then there are all the other desires we have, such as optimal firmness, comfort, motion isolation, cooling, etc.

            Given all this, it is recommended that you get a feel for the type of mattress you find suitable for you. Go to a nearby mattress store, let the staff know what you like, and then try out different mattresses until you hit gold!

            Place a primary focus on finding the right mattress height, firmness, material, and construction.

          • Review, review, review

            With so many mattress reviews available, both online and offline, there is no excuse not to go over at least a few of them. Reviews and testimonies can give you a proper insight into what a certain mattress represents.

            Do the claims made by the retailer hold up? Is the mattress working out for the majority of the buyers? Does the mattress really offer all these benefits? All these queries can be quelled by going over customer reviews.

            Oh, and while you're at it, don't forget to go over the reviews left for the brand as well. See how customers review their customer services, policies, etc., and gain insight into the brand's reputation.

          • Comparison Shopping

            Compare various mattresses and brands and see which one offers you the best deal in terms of price, quality, and satisfaction.

            Compare the benefits offered by different mattresses. Keep the ones that fit your sleep style and budget. Discard those that do not.

            Compare the trial periods, warranties, customer services, and return policies offered by different brands. Which ones are hassle-free, and which ones aren't? Do they offer services like free shipping or free white glove delivery?

            Compare it all and decide on the brand/mattress that best suits your needs.

          • Sign up for newsletters

            Newsletters are a great way to keep up with the current status of a mattress/brand. You get to know about special discounts, sales, offers, services, etc., that you otherwise would be oblivious to.

          • Wait for sales

            Mattress sales make an occasional comeback each year. The trick is to seek out certain days on which they arrive. The most prominent mattress sales happen before/during/after occasions like Thanksgiving, New Year, Christmas, etc.

            Mattress sales could also be specific to a certain brand, where they host events like a clearance sale. Or it could happen during the months of March, April, May, and December, when new mattress models are announced, and older ones are discounted.

          • Do not rush it

            Investing in a mattress is an activity that requires patience and care. Go for the wrong kind of mattress, and you may end up losing a huge chunk of your hard-earned money. So take your time, do your research, and never rush into a new mattress purchase.

          How does Twin XL compare to other mattress sizes?

          Twin XL falls between a standard twin and full mattress and measures 38" x 80". Here is how it compares against other mattress sizes:

          Twin XL vs. Twin -- Twin XL is the extra large version of a standard twin, which is 38" x 75". The additional five inches of length offered by a twin XL is required for tall sleepers above 6 feet. Since both mattress sizes share the same width, they fit well in small spaces.

          Twin XL vs. Full -- A full-size mattress measures 54" x 75", letting it provide a spacious surface for solo sleepers and heavy people. Full mattresses can even be used as a budget option for thin couples who can compromise on sleeping space. A twin XL is longer than a full mattress by 5 inches, which makes it a better fit for tall sleepers. But it is much smaller in width, so sleeping space will be limited.

          Twin XL vs. Queen/King/Cal King -- A queen mattress (60" x 80"), king mattress (76" x 80"), and cal king mattress (72" x 84") are much costlier than a twin XL and provide greater sleeping space for couples and families. Twin XL is best suited to solo sleepers and is incomparable to the benefits offered by a queen/king/cal king.

          What are the five prominent Twin XL mattress types?

          Scouring today's mattress market, you will come upon five unique types of twin XL beds. They differ from each other in terms of mattress materials, construction, comfort, and support. Some may be ideal for you, while others may not. Find out which one suits your needs best:

          1. Innerspring Mattress

            Innerspring beds are one of the oldest types of mattresses to exist. They use spring coils as the support core and cover it with a thin layer of fabric for comfort. Traditional innerspring mattresses used to be made out of Bonnell/continuous coils and often came in a luxury firm model, offering higher levels of spine support.

            Nowadays, you can find innersprings with offset/pocket coils, which offer more room for comfort. Innersprings offer edge support, firmness, bounce, and affordability but tend to lack motion isolation, durability, noiselessness, and pressure relief.

          2. Memory Foam Mattress

            Memory foam mattresses use layers of memory foam, a synthetic substance obtained from polyurethane. Memory foam does the opposite of innersprings by offering a higher level of contouring and cushioning. You can feel yourself sinking into the memory foam when you lay on it. Eventually, it remembers your body contours but may forget to offer enough spine support.

            Traditional memory foam beds have a synthetic composition and tend to off-gas VOCs. Additionally, their high-density foam entraps heat more, leading to discomfort for hot sleepers. These issues can be partly mitigated by a copper-infused memory foam or gel memory foam mattress.

          3. Latex Mattress

            Latex mattresses are an organic mattress type where the materials are obtained from nature. Natural latex is the core substance here. It is liquid rubber obtained from rubber trees and manufactured into foam using the Dunlop/Talalay method. Latex mattresses use layers of latex foam and usually offer a medium-firm, bouncy feel.

            Latex beds are eco-friendly and offer a medium soft/medium firm feel that accommodates all sleep positions. They can also offer a plethora of other benefits, such as edge support, motion isolation, cooling, etc. However, due to the costly nature of latex processing, latex mattresses can be more expensive than other mattress types.

          4. Hybrid Mattress

            Like innersprings, hybrid mattresses combine spring support cores with foam comfort layers. But they find a balance between both by making the comfort layer thicker. As a result, hybrids offer the best of both worlds. Their medium-firm feel makes them perfect for side sleepers, back sleepers, stomach sleepers, and combination sleepers.

            Hybrids tend to be more expensive than innersprings, as they use higher quality materials as well as thicker foams. Springs like pocket coils, and foams like latex or memory foam, are usually what go into a hybrid mattress. Thus, you get a bouncy mattress that can offset many of the drawbacks of traditional innerspring mattresses.

          5. Air Mattress

            Air mattresses, otherwise known as airbeds, use air chambers as support cores. These adjustable bed chambers can be filled with air using a manual or automatic pump. Airbeds are ideally used as temporary bedding options for travel, guest rooms, etc. Permanent use is not recommended, as they lack the support offered by other mattress types.

            Air mattresses are usually made of materials like textile-reinforced rubber/plastic. They are versatile in their use and can be carried around with you once deflated. They aren't breathable, however, making them incompatible with hot sleepers.

          What is the best mattress type: Memory foam or Latex?

          While both memory foam and latex come with their own set of benefits, we would prefer latex more. As latex is an organic material that is manufactured sustainably, it doesn't contain harmful levels of chemicals like memory foam does. Moreover, latex is a safe material, both for you and the environment.

          Putting aside the eco-friendly factor, latex mattresses provide a balance between comfort and support. It is also bouncy and responsive to your movements, making it ideal for side sleepers, back sleepers, and stomach sleepers.

          Latex foam has an open-cell structure, which, along with the perforations placed on it, makes it a breathable, cooling mattress for hot sleepers to enjoy. Latex is durable and resilient as well, with the capability to last for 15-20+ years without sagging.

          Memory foam fails in many of these aspects. While it does provide a great level of contouring, it retains heat, off-gasses VOCs, and sinks you into it, which can negatively affect the support for the spine's curvature.

          What features should you look for in a Twin XL mattress?

          Before finalizing your mattress purchase, ensure you have these features present in your twin XL bed -

          Mattress Firmness -- Mattresses usually come in soft, medium, and firm firmness levels. Soft and medium-firm mattresses are good for thin/average-weight side sleepers. Firm mattresses are more suited to heavy back and stomach sleepers.

          Mattress Height -- You can find mattresses coming in at 8", 10", or 12" heights. The higher/thicker the mattress, the more supportive it is. Therefore, the heavier you are, the higher your mattress should be. Bed height can also affect your bed mobility, so be aware of that.

          Quality Material -- Having a quality material in your mattress, such as latex or memory foam, can drastically improve the level of benefits it offers. For instance, latex is highly durable and bouncy, while memory foam provides wonderful contouring.

          Temperature Regulation -- Studies have shown that temperature plays a huge role in the quality of sleep we get. Hot sleepers usually love a mattress that can provide them with a cool night's sleep. Go for mattresses with an open-celled structure so that there is unrestricted airflow through them, keeping you cool. Some materials, like wool, are good temperature regulators, keeping you cool in the summer and warm in the winter.

          Noise and Motion Isolation -- Light sleepers are often jolted awake by a slight noise or motion. If you sleep with a light sleeper or are a light sleeper yourself, then a mattress that can isolate noise and motion is a must. An all-foam twin XL bed usually provides this better than spring beds.

          Resilient Longevity -- Make your investment in a mattress worth it by making sure it lasts for a long time. Latex is a great mattress material for durability. It can often last for upwards of 20 years with proper care.

          Good Trial Period and Warranty -- When you order a mattress online, it should come with a trial period that lasts at least a month. It takes time to get adjusted to a new mattress, and a trial period ensures you can back out of the wrong mattress purchase. Additionally, make sure your mattress warranty is trustworthy, lasts a long time, and covers a wide range of issues.

          Factors to consider about yourself during a Twin XL mattress purchase

          Sleeping position, sleeping environment, body weight, medical conditions, and budget are the five things you need to consider about yourself when making a mattress purchase. Let's take a deeper look into each one -

          • Sleeping Position

            Side sleepers, back sleepers, and stomach sleepers each require a certain type of mattress for comfortable sleep. Side sleepers usually fare well with a medium-firm mattress, as it provides spine support without putting too much pressure on the hips and shoulders.

            The best mattress for back and stomach sleepers tends to be firm. These sleeping positions mostly require a healthy amount of spine support, and firm mattresses provide that best. Medium-firm mattresses can also work well for back sleepers and stomach sleepers, provided that they're of average body weight.

          • Sleeping Environment

            Changes to our sleeping environment can be a factor that ruins or revitalizes our sleep. And as we all know, sleep is a necessity for proper functioning on a daily basis.

            When buying a twin XL bed, make sure you have a mattress base that fits it.

            Do you hate sleeping hot? Then your twin XL bed should be breathable and cooling.

            Are you constantly woken up by little noises and disturbances? Buy an all-foam twin XL bed that doesn't creak under your weight.

            Don't like sleeping on the same firmness level? Buy a flippable mattress that has two different firmnesses on each side.

            Looking out for such things in your bed can ensure that it creates the sleeping environment you prefer.

          • Body Weight

            The heavier you are, the more support you need. Therefore, your body weight can determine the firmness and height you need from your mattress.

            Drawing from our experience, we would recommend a "soft" mattress firmness for people below 130 lbs., a "medium" mattress firmness for people between 130-230 lbs., and a "firm" mattress firmness for people above 230 lbs.

            Likewise, for the mattress height, we would suggest 8-10 inches for people below or between 130-230 lbs. and 10-12 inches for people above 230 lbs.

          • Medical Conditions

            Conditions like allergies, pain, and sleep apnea all factor into being disruptive to your sleep. Some, or all, of these can be alleviated if you choose the right kind of bed.

            For allergies, you should consider avoiding mattress materials you are allergic to. Covering your mattress with a protector and maintaining it well will also help.

            For pain, you should seek out a mattress that provides ample support for your spine's curvature and cushioning for your entire body.

            For sleep apnea, you should try out adjustable beds, which let you elevate your upper body and keep your airways open. Investing in a firm mattress and a sturdy pillow can also help.

          • Budget

            A twin XL bed is on the lower end of mattress price points. They can range anywhere from $200-$800+, depending on a variety of factors such as mattress height, material, construction, and brand.

            Of course, it should go without saying that a higher-priced twin XL bed will offer better benefits than cheaper ones. These benefits can include better durability, warranty, cushioning, support, material, construction, etc.

            Determine how much you're willing to spend on your desired twin XL bed and assess whether it gives you what you seek out of it. Waiting for mattress sales could be a good idea to get a few hundred dollars slashed off your favorite mattress.

          Twin XL mattress FAQs

          1. What is the best Twin XL mattress?

            The best twin XL mattress, according to our experience, is an all-foam or hybrid latex. Besides its organic composition, latex provides a healthy balance between comfort and support that can accommodate all sleeper types. Additionally, latex is highly durable, cooling, bouncy, responsive, motion-isolating, and customizable.

          2. Where can you buy the best Twin XL mattresses?

            You can find the best twin XL bed online as well as offline. We would recommend trying out mattresses in-store first and then moving on to finalizing your purchase online. This way, you get to try out the mattress beforehand.

          3. What size is twin XL mattress?

            The exact dimensions of a twin XL bed are 38" x 80". It is longer than a standard twin but falls short in width against a full mattress.

          4. How much is a twin XL mattress?

            A twin XL bed can cost you anywhere between $200-$800 or more. The price increases as the mattress's quality and brand reputation increase.

          5. Do 2 twin XL mattresses equal a king?

            Yes, two twin XL mattresses do equal a king bed. Placing two twin XL beds beside each other will resemble a split king mattress, where you can customize each twin XL bed to suit your and your partner's preferences.

          6. What size mattress topper is ideal for a mattress?

            The mattress topper size should match the mattress size. So, Twin mattress toppers for twin mattresses, Twin XL mattress toppers for twin XL mattresses, Full mattress toppers for full mattresses, Queen mattress toppers for queen mattresses, King mattress toppers for king mattresses, and California king mattress toppers for California king mattresses.

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