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Sealy Posturepedic Performance Collection Kenney Firm Twin XL Mattress

Item# 08215270000P | Model# 52103831 | Added on February 15, 2017 |
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Classic Support With Modern Comfort Drift off and stay comfortable, no matter how you sleep, with the Sealy Response Performance Collection Kenney firm twin XL mattress. This hybrid foam and innerspring mattress supports any type of sleeper by targeting the heaviest part of your body, providing deep cushioning wherever you need it most with exclusive Posturepedic Technology™. Gel foam balances firmness with softness, while air foam adds circulating peaks and valleys that help keep your mattress cool through the night.

Familiar Comfort

  • Designed for allover comfort in any sleep position
  • Firm design offers thorough cushioning with moderate give
  • Innerspring structure delivers full-scale support
  • Foam layers stay cushioned and cool without compromising firmness

Support That Soothes

  • Posturepedic Technology™ targets support where you need it most
  • Responsive pocketed coils conform to each sleeper's unique shape and size
  • SealyCool™ Gel Foam provides additional flexible, durable support
  • SealyCushion™ Air Foam features peaks and valleys for cooling airflow
  • SealySupport™ Foam adds dense, high-quality foam for a firmer feel

Dreamlike Extras

  • Reinforced border adds solid seating
  • ComfortLoft cover delivers a soft, padded surface
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