Airweave Mattress ReviewInsertable pillow top for custom comfort
Made of 100% recyclable airfiber
Firmer than memory foam & springs
Lightweight & 100% washable mattress
No off-gassing or decompression delay
Pros & Cons
- Airfiber is highly breathable and good at keeping sleepers cool
- Both models are 100% washable
- Highly durable and supportive
- Comes with pillow top inserts for adaptable comfort
- More expensive than traditional mattresses
- May be too firm for some sleepers, especially side sleepers
- Treated with chemical flame retardants
Sizes & Pricing
Airweave offers two mattress models: the Airweave Mattress Advanced and the New Airweave Mattress. Both models come in six standard sizes. Every purchase of a mattress comes with a 100-night trial, free shipping to the lower 48 states, a 10-year warranty, and optional special financing plans with Klarna.
Because Airweave mattresses are made using unique, specially-engineered airfiber material, they are pricier than other mattresses, including most memory mattress and many hybrid mattresses.
Here are the dimensions and costs of both Airweave models:
Airweave Mattress Advanced
- The Twin Airweave Mattress Advanced measures 39.4” x 75” x 8.5” and costs $1,670.
- The Twin XL Airweave Mattress Advanced measures 39.4” x 80” x 8.5” and costs $1,810.
- The Full Airweave Mattress Advanced measures 53” x 75” x 8.5” and costs $2,020.
- The Queen Airweave Mattress Advanced measures 60” x 80” x 8.5” and costs $2,160.
- The King Airweave Mattress Advanced measures 76” x 80” x 8.5” and costs $2,510.
- The Cal King Airweave Mattress Advanced measures 71.7” x 84” x 8.5” and costs $2,510.
New airweave Mattress
- The Twin New Airweave Mattress measures 39.4” x 74.8” x 7.9” and costs $1,400.
- The Twin XL New Airweave Mattress measures 39.4” x 74.8” x 7.9” and costs $1,540.
- The Full New Airweave Mattress measures 39.4” x 79.9” x 7.9” and costs $1,670.
- The Queen New Airweave Mattress measures 59.8” x 79.9” x 7.9” and costs $1,810.
- The King New Airweave Mattress measures 76” x 79.9” x 90.5” and costs $2,100.
- The Cal King New Airweave Mattress measures 71.7” x 83.9” x 7.9” and costs $2,100.
Airweave is a Japanese mattress company offering two models of no-foam, no-spring mattresses, made of proprietary airfiber material. Their mattresses are 100% recyclable, easy to wash, and feature adaptable comfort levels. Airfiber technology allows for superior breathability, even weight distribution, and pressure relief.
Airweave mattresses are constructed of proprietary airfiber material. Airfiber is made of lightweight, 100% polyethylene resin fibers that have been interwoven to provide breathable, pressure-relieving comfort. Airfiber technology offers advanced bodyweight distribution and spinal alignment. It has also been proven to alleviate aches and pains and quickly lower body temperature to help improve your quality of sleep.
Both Airweave mattresses are 100% washable and can be taken apart for easy cleaning. To clean the airfiber core, simply rinse with water and let dry.
Airweave offers two mattress models:
- Airweave Mattress Advanced – Features a double-sided construction with two layers of airfiber, offering either medium-firm or firm comfort
- New Airweave Mattress – Features Airweave’s signature airfiber construction, but in a single-layer, softer model. It offers the same about of support and durability as the Mattress Advanced, without the double-sided comfort.
Both models come with a removable polyester pillow-top layer for those who desire enhanced softness. All materials used in Airweave mattresses are entirely recyclable for easy, eco-friendly disposal.
Airweave mattresses come with a two-piece breathable cover made of polyester mesh. It zips open and closed and is machine washable. The mattress cover is treated with a chemical flame retardant. It does not feature handles to facilitate flipping, but it is lightweight enough to flip easily without handles.
Firmness, Feel & Support
The airfiber technology used in Airweave mattresses is naturally more firm than other mattress materials, including memory foam and innersprings. For an added touch of softness, sleepers can use the pillow top soft insertable layer. Even with the pillow top insert, Airweave mattresses offer minimal sinkage and are best for back sleepers and stomach sleepers. Side sleepers and those who prefer soft mattresses may find Airweave mattresses too firm.
The benefits of airfiber material include superior breathability, proven to keep sleepers cool throughout the night, and even bodyweight distribution. It is adept at relieving pressure in the hips and shoulders and has been proven to improve spine alignment.
As the mattress offers very little bounce, there is also limited motion transfer, making it a comfortable mattress for couples.
Purchase & Delivery Process
Airweave mattresses can be purchased online or by phone. When ordering online, qualified customers can choose a special financing plan via Klarna at checkout.
Mattresses are shipped via FedEx or UPS ground for free and come with a 100-night trial and a 10-year warranty. The New Airweave Mattress requires a special freight service due to its large shipping size and arrives 10-14 business days after ordering. The Airweave Mattress Advanced, however, only takes 1-7 business days to arrive at your door. You can select white glove shipping for a $40 fee.
Airweave only ships to the contiguous United States. For shipping to Alaska, Hawaii, or Canada, you should contact customer service.
If you are unsatisfied with your mattress after 30 days, but before the end of the 100-night trial period, Airweave offers a money-back guarantee.
Airweave offers customer support by phone, live chat, and ticketing service during business hours, Monday through Friday. Customers can find helpful information about ordering, shipping, Airweave mattress construction, and more in the FAQ section and purchasing guides available online.
Phone SupportAirweave offers toll-free phone support during business hours.
Live Online ChatLive chat support is also available during business hours.
Video TutorialsAirweave has a YouTube channel with informational videos.
FAQThere is an FAQ section dedicated to the purchase and construction of Airweave products
Airweave offers an innovative alternative to traditional innerspring and memory foam mattresses, as well as more modern hybrid mattresses. The brand’s proprietary airfiber technology offers all the pressure-relieving benefits of springs and the support of foam using only lightweight, interwoven, and 100% recyclable plastic.
One major selling point of Airweave’s two mattress models is the fact that they are customizable. Both models come with pillow-top inserts and the Airweave Mattress Advanced offers dual-sided comfort. The other major selling point is how easy these mattresses are to wash. Airfiber can be easily washed using water and dried quickly. Choose an Airweave mattress if you prefer a firm mattress, sleep hot, or are a back or stomach sleeper. However, if you prefer a soft mattress, Airweave mattresses might not be for you.