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Aeros Ultralight Pillow- Regular

$34.90
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Ultralight and compact, the Aeros Ultralight pillow is for every adventure from lightweight trekking to overseas travel.

Made with a stretchy feeling 20D laminated polyester, the Aeros Pillow is contoured to comfortable acommodate shoulders and is as comfortable when sleeping on your side as it is on your back, or upright in a chair.

A multi function valve facilitates easy inflation and rapid deflation for pack down into a stuff sack that fits into the palm of your hand.

  • Durable welded RF construction
  • 20D polyester laminated with abrasion resistant high strength TPU
  • Curved internal baffles cradle head
  • Multi function inflate/deflate valve
Snowys Code:
132010
Supplier Code:
APILULRGTL
External Dimensions:
35L x 26W x 12H cm
Packed Dimensions:
7L x 5.5W x 5.5H cm
Material:
20D Laminated Polyester
Weight:
0.06 Kg
Suggested Use:
Hiking | Trekking
Warranty:
Limited Lifetime
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Aug 21 2017

great

Best travel/hiking/camping pillow so far. packs up the smallest and is comfortable as the pillow at home

- pt cook
Aug 03 2017

Get one!

Can't believe I've been hiking and camping for years without one of these. So much comfort for such little size and weight. Definitely recommended.

- Wonga Park
Jul 12 2017

Astoundingly good pillow

I was a bit dubious about this pillow, i had some revolting plastic thing pictured in my mind. Boy did it prove me wrong! Firstly, it packs up minuscule, i've included a comparison pohto for your viewing pleasure ;) It took me 4 breaths to inflate, so no resuscitation required. It was comfortable! It's covered in some nylon-ish fabric and is slightly stretchy. You can let out small amounts of air easily for fine tuning. It was a good height, I didn't wake up with a sore neck or a headache and it wasn't sweaty. It has a large deflate valve, takes litterally 2 seconds to deflate and maybe 40 seconds to roll up and bag it. I'm going to get another one, i'm that happy with it.

- Kenthurst, NSW
Response from Snowys Jul 13 2017

What a review! So helpful! Thanks Linda :) Laine

Apr 10 2017

Sweet rest

I will never use a jumper for a pillow ever again, and I will wake refreshed without a headache. Keep it in your sleeping bag cover so you don't lose it, it's tiny.

- North Coburg
Mar 01 2017

A better night's sleep

This pillow is light, comfortable and packs into a tiny sack. The sleeping surface has the right amount of elasticity to make it the best head rest I have used in a tent.

- Strathmore
Feb 19 2017

Don't hike without one

After many years of hiking using my stuff sac filled with clothes I finally invested in this little guy.
WHY didn't I get one years ago !. Now I won't hike without it. Wake up refreshed and ready to blaze the trail.
Tiny, lightwieght, inflates and deflates in seconds, sits neatly in the head of my sleeping bag. Love it

- Perth
Feb 14 2017

Comfy and packs up small

This is my second one as I killed my first one. This one has earned the respect it deserves and is simply great to use. I wrap it in a towel or T shirt that makes it even better. I love it.

- Whittlesea
Feb 14 2017

Comfortable

Worked great for 10 days on a Bikepacking trip until I stepped on it with my bike shoes. Cleats do not do this great pillow any good. It died and is now in pillow heaven.

- Whittlesea
Jan 29 2017

Small, light, comfy!

Only drawback is it can be hard to find in the bottom of your pack cause it's so small. Wrapped in a cotton t-shirt it has given me many good night's sleep.

- Brisbane
Dec 03 2016

Light weight comfort

A great asset for a great nights sleep. My first one died after being stepped on with cleats. My second one is now treated with more respect and has rewarded me with many great nights sleep

- Whittlesea
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Could it double as a seat ?1 answer

I am always conscious of adding unnecessary weight to my pack and always seek multi purpose items. I but love the idea of a proper pillow; would the construction of the pillow be strong enough to work as a camp seat as well ?. I'm a little over 100kg so not too small in the buttock department !!

- Perth, WA(1 year ago)
G'day Frank - I wouldn't recommend using this as a seat at all. It won't take much weight and really is intended for use as a pillow. You're much better off using your sleeping mat as a seat instead. Sea to Summit have a product called the Air Chair which allows you to fashion your mat into a chair that might be worth checking out. Alternatively, your mat straight up will keep your backside nice and comfy. :) Hope that helps. Cheers, Paul
- Snowys(1 year ago)

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