Casper Sheets Review
The Mattress Nerd’s Take: Casper’s sheet sets are similar to the Casper Original mattress in that they’re reasonably priced for the quality, ship for free, and come with a sleep trial. The Supima cotton they’re made with has a noticeably soft feel, and you can choose between Percale and Sateen weaves. Casper also offers a variety of color options, sizes, and purchase options (for instance, a full set with duvet, pillowcases only, or sheets only), so that shoppers can coordinate their sheets with their bedding and buy only what they need. See our best sheets guide for more top picks.
Best known for its bed-in-a-box mattresses, Casper’s product line also includes pillows, bed frames, and bedding. The company currently offers two cotton sheet set styles: Percale and Sateen. Both options are made from Supima cotton and differ in the type of weave—the way the threads are interlaced—used to create them. The two bed sheet types have identical pricing, so the right one for you will depend on the feel you prefer and your local climate. All Casper sheets are available in six different colors and can be purchased as a set or as individual pieces.
- Compatible with most mattresses (up to 14” high)
- Machine washable and dryable
- Variety of colors and sizes
- Fitted sheet has elasticized corner grips
- Sateen set avoids wrinkling
- Percale set may wrinkle easily
- Cost more than $100 in any size
- Can be noisy, which may affect sensitive sleepers
Both styles of Casper sheets are made from 100% Supima cotton. This is a long-staple cotton that’s 35 percent longer and 45 percent stronger than regular cotton, creating a soft-to-the-touch feel that becomes softer with every wash. The fitted sheets in both the Percale and Sateen sheet sets have elasticized corners, so they should have a tight grip on your mattress and stay in place even if you move around at night.
The Sateen and Percale sheets have a different thread count: And if you’re having trouble understanding what “thread count” actually means, it’s the number of threads in one square inch of the sheets. The Sateen sheets have a 173-thread-count construction, and the Percale sheets have a 400-thread-count design. Both have a balanced yet durable feel that isn’t too heavy. Keep in mind that higher thread count doesn’t necessarily mean higher quality.
Though the Percale weave and Sateen weave sheet sets are made from the same material, they vary in feel because of how they’re woven.
The Percale set has a matte finish and feels crisp in your hands, similar to your favorite white t-shirt. They feel light, soft to the touch and breathable, making them a nice choice for summertime or climates that are warm year-round. The Percale sheets are also a good option for people who sleep hot at night.
The Sateen set is woven to create a silky, smooth surface that has luster, drape and a luminous sheen. The weave of Sateen is tighter than Percale, helping it stay warm during the cold winter and fall months. It lies heavier on your body, which is great if you tend to sleep cold. Sateen also doesn’t wrinkle easily, making the sheets relatively hassle-free.
|Twin||Twin XL||Full||Queen||King||California King|
|Sateen Sheet + Duvet Set||$208||$208||$248||$258||$308||$308|
|Percale Sheet + Duvet Set||$208||$208||$248||$258||$308||$308|
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Casper products ship free to most places in the U.S. and Canada, but additional shipping fees apply for shipping to to Alaska, Hawaii, Yukon, Nunavut and N.W.T. If you return your sheet set, Casper is unable to refund any shipping fees.
Casper offers a 30-night sleep trial for its sheet sets. If you decide you don’t like the sheets within 30 nights, you can return them to Casper for a full refund. You can initiate a return on Casper’s website by logging into your account, printing a complimentary UPS shipping label, and returning the product with the return receipt to your nearest UPS location. All products must be delivered to UPS prior to the end of the 30-night sleep trial.
Casper’s sheet sets come with a limited 1-year warranty, assuming the product is purchased directly from Casper or one of Casper’s authorized retailers. The warranty protects against defects in material and workmanship for one year from the time the sheets are purchased.
What's included in a Casper sheet set?
Casper's King and California King sheet sets come with King pillowcases, a flat sheet and a fitted sheet. Twin, Twin XL, Full and Queen sheet sets come with standard pillowcases, a top sheet and a fitted sheet. Sets in all sizes can come with an optional duvet cover as well.
What if I try the Casper sheets and don't like them?
Casper sheets come with a 30-night trial, so if you don't like them, you can let Casper know. Returns are free and you'll receive a full refund for the product.
Which Casper sheet set should I buy?
If you like a luxe, heavy feel to your sheets, sleep cool or live in a cold climate, the Sateen sheets will keep you warm and have a beautiful drape. If you like a crisp, matte look and feel to your sheets, sleep hot, or want a set of sheets that will keep you cool year-round, the Percale sheets are best.
Just like the Casper mattress, there’s a lot to love about the Casper sheet sets. They’re reasonably priced, especially when you opt not to include a duvet. They have easy care instructions, come with a 30-night sleep trial, are made from luxuriously soft Supima cotton fibers, and ship for free. Both sheet types are great options for shoppers who don’t want the most expensive set out there and also don’t want run-of-the-mill bedding that’s going to itch, feel dull or tear in a few years. We think most people will enjoy the Percale, which is crisp, cool, and light, but if you live in a cold climate or want a slightly heavier, drapey feel, you’ll enjoy the Sateen.
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