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By the way, the plumber’s name is Larry and he thinks you smell delightful.

Professional-grade sleeping requires a professional-grade pillow. If you’re serious about a good night’s sleep, the fine folks at Eagles Nest Outfitters made the ProPillow with you in mind. The microfiber fleece exterior will help keep your head comfortable in both hot and cold weather conditions, and the external stuff sack can compress the pillow by 75% for added convenience. Throw it in the trunk in case you need a nap on your road trip, or toss it in your carry-on bag so you don’t have to ask the guy with plumber’s crack sitting next to you if you can borrow his shoulder.

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5 5

Never leave home without it.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Travel pillows generally suck. However, this guy does not. I take mine camping, on flights, and wherever else I might need a nap. It packs nice and small in its sack. There is a fleece side for cold nights, and a smooth cool side for hot nights. Who doesn't like the cool side of the pillow? No complaints about the ProPillow here.

4 5

Much better than inflatables

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I had been trying to find a pillow I could use to camp with in summer (In winter I just use my down jacket). I tried some of the inflatable pillows out at REI and just didn't find them worth the money. They were like trying to sleep on a balloon. I ended up giving the ENO Propillow a shot and it has been pretty good. The first time I pulled it out it was a little lumpy but it seemed to even out. It was also a little bit bigger than I was expecting/ hoping because my goal was to find one I could take backpacking.

I have taken it on a few backpacking trips and it has worked out fine. I have just been strapping it to the side compression straps of my pack and hitting the trail. It doesn't seem to add too much bulk to my pack. Normally I hate putting things on the outside of my pack but this has been one of the few exceptions- way too big to put in the pack. In fact, it is almost the same size as my compressed 35 degree sleeping bag. If you're not into the whole ultralight thing and want some extra comfort... backpacking this pillow is totally doable. I'm sure it would be great for airplanes and other trips too. Four stars because I wish it compressed a tad bit smaller.

Much better than inflatables

Dimensions when compressed?

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Dimensions when compressed?

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Dimensions: 13" x 18" The included stuff sack allows the pillow to compress to less than 25% of its full size while keeping it clean and safe.