Get back to restful nights and refreshed mornings with this firm twin mattress. It's ideal for back and stomach sleepers who prefer a mattress that doesn't "give" too much, yet still pampers with cradling comfort. Five different levels of high-density foam, including a layer of gel memory foam for temperature regulation, work in concert to provide the ideal balance of comfort and support. Rest assured, power packed 15-gauge wrapped steel coils offer reinforced structural support where you need it most, while 13-gauge wrapped coils provide edge support for a larger sleep surface and supportive sitting surface. Foundation/box spring available, sold separately.
- Comfort level: firm
- 13.5" profile
- 3/4" high-density quilt foam
- 2" high-density firm zoned sculpted pressure relief foam
- 2" high-density firm upholstery grade body foam
- 1/2" high-density 3 lb. gel memory foam lumbar support
- Power packed 15-gauge wrapped coils
- Ashley edge "steel encased"; 2 perimeter rows of 13-gauge wrapped coils for edge support
- 1" high-density base foam
- 10-year limited warranty
- State recycling fee may apply
- Foundation/box spring available, sold separately
- Note: Purchasing mattress and foundation from two different brands may void warranty; check warranty for details
||Sierra Sleep® by Ashley
||No Assembly Required
|Item Color Key
||Mt Dana Firm Twin Mattress
|Item Series Name
||Mt Dana Firm
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||37''W x 74''D x 13.5''H
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