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Airweave mattresses, with their patented “airfibers,” are billed as an alternative to innerspring and foam mattresses. The company’s founder, Motokuni Takaoka, reportedly decided to make mattresses out of the thin, stringlike resin fibers (not unlike fishing line) after taking over his uncle’s fishing line company.

Each airweave mattress consists of two four-inch layers of airfibers and comes with a thin, breathable polyester/cotton-blend cover (55% polyester and 45% cotton). Airweave is marketed as “the first mattress that’s completely washable and is made of a recyclable core material.”

Airweave now offers a customizable experience with the Mattress Advanced. Featuring DUAL MODE technology, an optional pillow top layer to add softness, and an inner and outer cover to secure all components, this mattress provides a high level of support and regulates body temperature throughout the night.

Airweave also offers what they call the airweave Top Mattress, which is a two-inch layer of airfibers wrapped in a polyester/cotton-blend cover and is used like a traditional mattress topper. The Top Mattress is airweave’s first patented product and sells incredibly well in Japan.

Airweave also offers a travel mattress topper called airweave Portable, which comes in only one size (39.4” x 74.8” x 1.4”) and fits into standard carry-on luggage.

Read below for more airweave mattress reviews.

Data and rating accurate as of August 2018

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Price –
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Size Price
Twin $1,000
Twin XL $1,100
Full $1,200
Queen $1,300
King $1,500
California King $1,500
airweave Portable 
One size (39.4″ x 74.8″ x 1.4″) $570
airweave Mattress Advanced
Twin $1,200
Twin XL $1,300
Full $1,450
Queen $1,555
King $1,800


Airweave mattresses come with only one level of firmness (8.5–9.5, depending on the platform you use) and is one of the firmest mattresses on the market. According to the airweave FAQ, you can adjust the firmness of the mattress by placing it on different kinds of bed frames:

If you like a firm sleep surface (9/9.5 on the firmness scale) pick a platform frame with a solid surface. If you would like the feel to be a little softer (8.5 on the firmness scale) find a platform bed with slats.


  • Airweave offers free shipping to the contiguous United States, but does not ship to Hawaii or Canada.
  • Airweave Mattresses ship after a 5–14 day handling period and usually arrive 10–14 days later.
  • Mattresses are delivered through airweave’s own freight service.
  • Airweave Top Mattress and airweave Portable orders typically arrive 1–6 days after order through FedEx or UPS.
  • For an additional $40, you can purchase white glove services and have an airweave representative schedule a delivery time to set up the mattress in your home.


Because it can take up to three weeks for your body to adjust to a new mattress, Airweave offers a 100-night trial. If you are not completely satisfied with the mattress, you are eligible for a full refund in the form of original payment as long as you get in touch within 100 days from when your item was delivered. Expect a refund within 5–7 days after the removal service of your airweave mattress.


Airweave offers a 10-year limited warranty for all of their mattresses. The airweave Portable and the airweave Top Mattress come with three-year limited warranties.

Airweave mattress reviews

To get a better understanding of airweave mattresses, here are a couple of airweave mattress reviews from their website.

See what Eric has to say about his airweave mattress:

Just got my mattress yesterday and immediately had the best night sleep in as long as I can remember. I was a little hesitant about the technology, but the supportive comfort and temperature control really do make a difference!

Another verified buyer, Michael P., shared his insight on the airweave mattress:

The mattress felt very firm at first, but my body quickly got used to it. It is extremely comfortable, and for the first time I am not overheating when I sleep. It is also easy to clean. Highly recommended.

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