Leesa Sheets Review

Written by

Ben Trapskin

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Leesa now has sheets available for purchase. I gave them a try and compared them to the other online competitors. In short, they as very smooth, breathable sheets that will work well with your new Leesa mattress or just about any online brand out there.

Overview of the Leesa Sheets

The Leesa Sheets aren’t just for the Leesa Mattress. These are a sateen woven, 500 thread count sheet that will work on a 10 inch Leesa or a thicker mattress like the Sapira. Leesa has partnered with Third to bring these great sheets to market.

A queen size set costs $155 and after placing your order they should arrive in a week or less. Your sheets will arrive in a box like the one below.

Leesa Sheets Box

Upon opening the box you will find some extra goodies.

Leesa Sheets Unboxing

The first thing I noticed was this zippable pouch

Leesa Sheets Extras

Inside is calming lavender spray that you can use on your shets after washing or just to occasionally freshen up your room. You also get a couple bags of tea to help lull you to sleep.

leesa tea

As you can see from the lavender spray bottle they use a minimal amount of ingredients.

Leesa Lavener Spray

The other unique experience when opening these sheets is that they come in plastic sleeves like this. This kept the sheets clean during transportation.

Leesa Sheets Packaging

My Leesa Sheets Findings

These sheets are a sateen weave so they will be a smoother hand than a percale weave. The also have more of a sheen. You’ll also notice that there is the signature Leesa strip on the tag.

Leesa Sheets Tag

Since these sheets are made by Third, they also bear the Third tag. In the picture below you can see the banding used on the sheets which is standard.

Leesa Third

Here’s a closer look at the fitted sheet.

Leesa Fitted Sheet

Leesa Sheet Construction

Below are the construction details as listed on the Leesa website.

Native Egyptian Gossypium Barbadense cotton

  • Long-staple cotten fiber
  • Strong single ply yarn
  • Sateen weave
  • High-quality 500 thread count
  • Certified STANDARD 100 by Oeko-Tex®

My Leesa Sheet Recommendation

At $155 for a queen set, these sheets are a bit on the pricier end of the spectrum. What I do like is that they offer a very competitive 75 night trial where if you don’t like them you can return them within that time period. That should give you plenty of washes and nights on these to see if they are a good fit for you and your mattress.

These sheets stayed smooth to the touch after the first wash and there was minimal shrinkage. They are breathable and light and the pockets aren’t too deep which makes them a really good fit for the majority of the online mattresses, the majority of which are about 10-12 inches thick.

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