After a day of adventure, rest your sleepy head on the luxuriously comfy Aeros Premium Pillow from Sea to Summit.
The outer is made from a brushed 50D polyester stretch knit face fabric which is soft on your skin, and the curved internal baffles will cradle your noggin'. It’s easy to fine tune, inflate and deflate this pillow without any dramas thanks to the patent-pending mini-valve. The Aeros Premium Pillow has synthetic fill for comfort and provides you with support from the strong TPU bladder.
If you don’t mind carrying the additional grams when you’re camping or travelling, then the Aeros Premium Pillow from Sea to Summit is the way to go.
Brushed 50D polyester stretch knit face fabric
High strength TPU bladder
Synthetic fill between pillowcase and TPU bladder for comfort
Curved internal baffles cradle your head
Patent pending mini valve for inflation, deflation and fine-tuning
Compatible with PillowLock attachment system
35L x 26W x 13H cm
8.5L x 7W x 7H cm
Brushed 50D Polyester
Pillow lock1 answer
Does this pillow have the pillow lock system.
Renea - Brisbane(3 years ago)
The Pillow Lock system is actually attached to the sea to summit mattresses. The fabric of the pillow base itself adheres to the pillow lock tabs on the mattress and stops it sliding around. So yes, the pillow is compatible with a mattress that has pillow lock.
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
pillow lock1 answer
I have a different brand and it slides around on my mattress. will this be better? I have the seatosummit ether light mattress and im hoping this pillow will stay in place!! thanks
summa - castlemaine(4 years ago)
The Sea to Summit Pillow lock system is honestly great. As long as your Ether Light mattress came with the stick on patches you'll find out just how great the system is. It works using a similar concept to velcro, but it's super soft and will stop your pillow sliding side to side or up and down.
Leece - Snowys(4 years ago)
Is this the 'premium' model?1 answer
There seem to be many models. Confusing?
Pete - Holgate(5 years ago)
You're correct mate, this model is what Sea to Summit call Premium. I'll ask our web team to update the naming of these. Just to break it down a bit, they make four models in both an Ultralight and Premium finish. The Traveller, Deluxe, Large and Regular.
Tim - Snowys(5 years ago)
How to inflate?1 answer
I'm looking at this for my son for cadets. Can you tell me if it can be blown up manually or if it needs a pump?
Jen - West Pymble(5 years ago)
The Sea to Summit Aeros Pillow comes with a valve that allows either inflate or deflate only, which makes it really easy to blow up. Your son shouldn't need a pump to inflate his pillow.
Ben - Snowys(5 years ago)
Add to ag1 answer
Hello, I'm unable to add this product to my bag. Could you please assist. Thanks,
Corey - Melbourne(6 years ago)
Sorry about this. Are you able to give us a call on 1300 914 007 as we'll need to talk through where the issue is arising from?
Ben - Snowys(6 years ago)
Suitable for winter?1 answer
Newbie on cold weather camping. I stayed away from airbed because what I've read about cold air seeping through so bought a self inflating mat. Applying the same principle, will this pillow be cold although it is on top of a sleeping bag and on top of a mattress?
Gareth - Melbourne (6 years ago)
The same principle can be applied here Gareth, a pillow filled with foam will insulate better than an air filled one, but given you are using it within a warm environment i.e. on top of your may and inside your sleeping bag, then I would personally place a bigger focus on weight and packed size.
This being said, this Aeros pillow with the brushed polyester cover will offer some insulation over an above the ultralight models without the cover, so it's a good balance of all things we've mentioned here.