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DormEssentials August 23, 2020

Getting enough sleep in college can be tough, as you will be balancing academics, work, and social life. One thing that will help you find sleep more quickly and readily is a good dorm mattress. To make sure you get the best sleep in the dorm, we’ve compiled the following DormEssentials top 10 best dorm mattress you can buy. With your dorm mattress set, don’t forget your bedding, mattress pad, comforter, and pillow! Before ordering, don’t forget to double check your bed size!

1. Zinus 8 Inch Green Tea Memory Foam Dorm Mattress Twin XL

Green Tea-infused Memory Foam With a Soft, Poly Jacquard Cover. THE RIGHT COMBINATION – Our special recipe for rejuvenating rest.  PRESSURE-RELIEVING FOAMS – 2 inches conforming memory foam, 2 inches soft, airflow enhancing comfort foam, and 4 inches durable, high density base support foam; ideal for back sleepers and average-weight sleepers.

2. Live & Sleep Elite Mattress - Gel Memory Foam Dorm Mattresses - Twin XL Size

PERFECT CONTOUR. Twin extra-long size mattress cradles you in a deluxe cushion of 2.5” Premium Air-Flow MF over a layer of Gel-Infused Visco + High Density Support Base. Extra-thick profile gives luxury hotel touch. COOLER INNOVATION. Breathable, plush & better quality materials, not cheap inexpensive foam. Optimum comfort that relaxes & cools your body. Deep rest for a long day ahead. No coils or latex used.

3. LUCID 12 Inch Twin XL Hybrid Dorm Mattress - Bamboo Charcoal and Aloe Vera Infused

Memory foam infused with bamboo charcoal eliminates odors and cradles your body while you sleep. High-quality transition foam infused with aloe vera creates a calming and relaxing sleep environment that promotes daily freshness. Enduring and conformable medium-plush support is provided by individually-wrapped, high-quality steel coils.

4. Nod by Tuft & Needle, Adaptive Foam 8-Inch Dorm Mattress, Twin XL

High-quality innovative foam has all the benefits of outdated materials such as latex and memory foam without the typical drawbacks like sinking in or sleeping hot. We made sure that our foam sleeps cool, is the ideal balance of soft and firm, and has localized bounce so you won’t disturb your sleeping partner. Next, we finished the nod with a soft and cozy, yet breathable, grey knit cover

5. Casper Sleep Element Dorm Mattress, Twin XL, 2020 Model

Balance: The Element is engineered to combine both softness and support. The top layer of memory foam comforms to your body to relieve pressure. AirScapeTM: A layer of AirScapeTM perforated breathable foam increases airflow and circulates air so you don’t get too hot at night. The tiny holes move hot air and body heat away. Support: The durable base foam is engineered to prevent sinking and sagging while supporting your whole body.

6. Live & Sleep Classic Twin XL Dorm Mattress - Twin XL Memory Foam Mattress - 10-Inch

PERFECT CONTOUR. Twin XL Size Mattress cradles you in a deluxe cushion of 2.5” Premium Air-Flow Infused visco memory foam over a layer of High Density Support Base. Extra-thick profile brings luxury hotel touch. COOLER INNOVATION. Breathable, plush & better quality, not cheap inexpensive foam. Optimum comfort to relax & cool your body. Deep rest for a long day ahead. No coils or latex used. Use a bedding pad or protector on a mattress, cot, tri-fold.

7. Lucid 8 Inch Dorm Gel Memory Foam-Mattress – Firm Feel – Gel Infusion – Hypoallergenic Bamboo Charcoal

This mattress features an 8-inch firm feel ideal for older kids and teens in need of a firm and supportive mattress upgrade. Gel infused memory foam regulates temperature while conforming to the body to ease pressure points. The 1.5 inch ventilated gel memory foam top layer creates a cooler sleep experience than traditional memory.

8. Linenspa 8 Inch Dorm Memory Foam and Innerspring Hybrid-Mattress

8 inch hybrid mattress combines hypallergenic memory foam with the traditional support of an innerspring mattress for a medium-firm feel perfect for affordable low-profile dorm bed. Available in a medium-firm 8-inch profile, a medium 10-inch profile, or a plush 12-inch profile that also features gel infusions and individually encased coils.

9. Olee Sleep 10 inch Omega Hybrid Gel Infused Memory Foam and Dorm Pocket Spring Mattress (Twin)

Composed of 5 layers includes pocket spring. The coil is 7.5 inch thick to maintain firm mattress and it has a 1.5 inch Soft Memory foam absorbs Pressure and disperse on spring. High density foam reduces heat and 1 inch Duraflex foam provides elasticity support.

10. Inofia Twin XL Mattress, 12 Inch Hybrid Innerspring Single Mattress in a Box

Cool Bed in a box—Inofia mattress twin xl is shipped rolled, compressed, vacuum-sealed in an easy-to-handle box. Twin xl mattress dimensions: 80’’L x 39’’W x 12’’H. Shipping Dimensions: 44.1’’L x 11.8’’W x 11.8’’H(There might be some inflation during shipping).

Before buying a mattress, think about how long you will use it (usually one year), and if the dorm provides one already. Also check on the policies of your college and the type of dorm room you will be living in. Some colleges provide mattresses for their students, while others require students to bring their own. Having two mattresses will be hard to store in your dorm, so we recommend a mattress topper if there is already a mattress in the dorm.

If your college provides mattresses, you may not need to bring your own. However, it’s always a good idea to check with your college or housing department to find out what is provided and what you need to bring.

If your college does not provide mattresses or if you prefer to use your own, you will need to bring a mattress to your dorm room. There are a few factors to consider when choosing a mattress for your dorm room:

  1. Size: Make sure the mattress you choose will fit in your dorm room and on your bed frame.
  2. Comfort: Choose a mattress that is comfortable and supportive, as you’ll be spending a lot of time on it.
  3. Durability: Look for a mattress that is made of high-quality materials and is built to last.
  4. Weight: Consider the weight of the mattress, especially if you’ll be moving it into your dorm room by yourself.

It’s also a good idea to check with your college or housing department to see if there are any specific requirements for mattresses in the dorms. Some colleges may have size or material requirements, so it’s important to make sure your mattress meets these requirements.

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