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    Details

    Pack Therm-a-Rest's Compressible Pillow for all sorts of travels.

    Using your jacket as a pillow isn't too comfortable, and a zipper to the eye never feels good either. Sleep comfortably, even when you're on the move, with the Therm-a-Rest Compressible Pillow. Whip the portable Compressible Pillow out on road trips, during airplane travel, or on car-camping adventures.
    • Item #CAS0444

    Tech Specs

    Material
    brushed cotton with polyester back
    Recommended Use
    car camping, road trips, travel
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    What do you think about this product?

    Have questions about this product?

    Where have you been all my life?

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    I'm someone that doesn't sleep well without a decent pillow.

    I always lug my gigantic 'normal' pillow around for car camping.

    Which is dumb, because this is JUST as comfy and 1/4th the size.



    It's reasonably light for backpacking and while it doesn't compress SUPER small, it is still acceptable. As John mentioned below, I've never been able to pack the pillow as small as it came in the OG package.



    I purchased the MEDIUM size. I need something ample to provide support but I also wanted to be able to take it backpacking. I'm a slave to comfort so while it is a little large and bulky for backpacking - for me it's worth a good night's sleep.



    I even took it to Mexico and it worked like a CHARM on the plane.

    Where have you been all my life?

    Not bad not great

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    Got two of these, one for me and one for my girlfriend. Love the luxury of having a pillow in the tent. I got both in the small since we wanted them to not take up too much room in the pack.

    They came packed decently small, but bigger than I expected. I unrolled and watched while it fully fluffed up. I was very impressed by the comfort it provided. Seriously feels almost like a normal pillow.

    Now packing it back into itself wasn't easy, and I was never able to get it to pack as small as it was when I originally received it. The size I was able to pack it to is a quite a bit bigger than I would want for something I am stuffing in my pack. Maybe I just need more practice..

    I definitely don't hate the pillow, but I do not love it. It will work great at a car camping pillow and travel pillow, as others have already pointed out. One of ours has also made a habit of hanging out on our couch for added comfort when lounging out.

    Very Fluffy Pillow

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    Like many of the reviewers, I took my pillow out of the box and was skeptical. But then I let it chill out for a couple of minutes and it turned into a fluffy, cloud-like item.

    This pillow is very comfortable and great for car camping. I have a medium one, which is plenty big. I probably would be comfortable on a small as well. It packs down to about half of its size, but it's a little difficult to do and still is on the bulky side.

    My only complaint about this pillow is that it's a little too firm and tall. I sleep mostly on my side with my arm under my pillow and sometimes this position makes my neck hurt with this pillow.

    Great Camp Pillow

    • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    This is a great camp pillow! I agree, it doesn't pack down super small so it's not ideal for backpacking, but definitely useable for backpacking if you have the space. Probably better for car camping or long road trips/traveling. But it is relatively light weight, soft, and comfortable for sleeping. After you unroll it, it takes a while to fluff up, so don't be concerned that it's not going to be plush enough.

    I'd recommend keeping it unrolled when not in use so the foam isn't constantly compressed. But it is quite easy to roll back up, just do it like a sleeping pad.

    Great pillow

    • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I ordered this last week and tried it out last night while I slept in my bed. Once you get the pillow fluffed up properly, it is very comfortable. It is a little difficult to stuff back into its little bag after it is really fluffed up though. I suggest rolling it like a sleeping bag.

    Works great

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I bought this in a M and also have one in S. The M isn't all that much bigger than the small when compressed, but noticeably cushier when open. I use it for car camping and backpacking. Definitely gets smooshed down a bit after a couple of nights, but if you just machine wash and dry it it fluffs right back up (even after storing rolled up).

    Makes me happy

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    I am not a camper. I wasn't too thrilled the first time I camped, sliding around all night on a pad, waking up and feeling like I couldn't move in the sleeping bag, and not being able to get comfortable on a fake pillow stuffed with clothes. Then I ordered this pillow (X Large) and slept great. It was firm and comfortable. My daughter slept on different pillow, hated it, and asked for the Therm a Rest for her birthday. The pillow rolls down much smaller but fluffs back up once opened up. I usually unroll it when we put up the tent. I also am planning on taking it on a long airplane trip and think it will work great.

    Great for camping and travel

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I've owned this pillow for a couple years now and use it for all my travel naps. I originally purchased it for plane rides because it rolls up small and I'm not a fan of the neck pillow style most travelers rock.

    Places you can nap with this pillow:
    -Airplanes
    -Road Trips
    -Camping/Backpacking
    -Work (kidding)

    Pros:
    -It's easy to roll up and condense.
    -It is easy to fluff-up
    -So comfy!
    -Washer friendly- After taking on a trip, throw it in the wash and all the padding gets a re-boost!

    I ordered a size Medium which is great for travel, however, it is a little large for camping and backpacking. If you are looking to purchase this mainly for backpacking, the small will be perfect.

    nice pillow

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    makes a great pillow tucks right inside your mummy bag head spot leave it open for a few minutes to fluff up ,the only down size is ,it dosent compress down very small for backpacking ,but well worth it if you have the room

    Didn't work for us

    • Familiarity:I returned this product before using it

    Saw this lovely pillow fluffed up at REI store, based on reviews and in-person impression decided to order - pillow did not fluff up as expected despite leaving it out for a couple of days. Pillow also did not compress as small as necessary for our back country MTB trip.

    Amazing

    • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I was skeptical when my two pillows showed up, but wow are they amazing. The foam really puffs up one you open them up and let them relax. This is my go-to traveling/camping/flying pillow. Only wish they came with a cover...I tend to drool a little :)

    Don't judge it after the first uses.

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    After the first 4 night trip I was ready to return it. Even leaving it out a couple days before it still wasn't all that good. I then forgot another pillow and only had this option on a 7 night trip. It was fantastic, it puffed up big and held up amazingly. The XL might be a bit to large for back country use but it's perfect for car camping.

    Good Addition

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    This is a pretty good addition to my sleep set. Sleep is a sore subject for me when camping but this little guy gave me just enough support and comfort to not even cross my mind. I guess if I slept well and didn't even think about the pillow then it did its job? Compresses decently down and is super light.

    Great pillow; a little too much loft

    • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I've been using my fleece rolled up as a pillow for as long as I have been camping. I decided to try something a bit different just to see if I was missing anything other than sleep. I was happy to see the size of the pillow. I washed and ran the pillow through the dryer to get the full loft effect of the pillow. It certainly filled out. It was a tad too much. I did sleep better but wished it would depress a bit more.

    Almost great

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    I like thin pillows so this worked nicely for me. Compressed size not an issue because I have only been "cabin camping" with my 6 year old.

    I might have missed it, but I don't recall seeing any cleaning instructions. In any case, I am deducting one star for not even offering a pillow case...luckily my wife loves to sew.

    Sweet Dreams Zzzz

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I have slept on rolled up clothes, my arm, my sleep pad etc. trying to save weight/space etc. but finally decided a decent packable pillow (not one filled with air) was worth putting me in a much better mood(Everyone thanked me in the morning... after my coffee of course).

    The loft on this thing (after you let it breath and expand) is what really takes the cake. It feels and sleeps like a real pillow, with nice thickness and is super soft. WAY better than the feel of an air filled one. I got the small and it fits into my Big Agnes sleeping bag pillow sack perfectly. And due to my outrageous OCD packing skills and a firmly placed knee I can get this thing rolled down pretty tight into the pocket sewed into it, to around the size of a pair of rolled pants. It's not THE lightest or smallest pack pillow, but for those of us with head/neck/mood issues its worth it.

    PS -After much use (and buying my dad a brand new one) I noticed it didn't loft up as much. I sent it through the wash and dryer like it says and it was back to full loft like new!

    Way better than inflatable pillows

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    I bought the Fillo Pillow, an inflatable pillow from Nemo Equipment Inc and found it too bouncy and 'hard but soft', something I think all air pillows have a problem with.



    My brother had this and swore by it. So I bought one and man is it good! It's better than my regular pillow on my bed I think. I bought the medium which is perfect for a little extra luxury comfort when hiking.



    The medium fits into the hood of my Marmot Plasma 15 fine, a little on the big side actually so if you're trying to save space, maybe the small would work.



    Now it doesn't pack down very small. In fact it takes up quite a bit of room. So I put it in a compression sack (an extra small Sea To Summit eVent compression dry sack) just because I have a spare.



    The trick with this pillow is to unpack it at least an hour or so before you plan to use it. It needs time to breathe and fill out. I've had it unpacked in my room for weeks and it's twice the size as on the trail, so they really expand with time.



    To wash it, I just put it in the washing machine as the cover is not removable.

    great pillow

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    good compact size, takes a little while to fully expand, but fluffs up to luxurious size, especially comfortable if you've been using rolled up clothes as a pillow in the past. good stiffness and very affordable.

    does it come with a stuff sack ? is it shipped compact inside the stuff sack ?

    Is this good for back packing or mainly...

    Is this good for back packing or mainly car camping?

    Best Answer

    Hey Ross,

    This will work great for backpacking as well as car camping. It compresses down to a good, small size. It does weight a little bit, so you have to decide for yourself how big of an issue that is. The weights are:



    Small - 7oz

    Medium - 9oz

    Large - 12oz

    I used to take a small version backpacking, but there are better options if you are concerned about size and weight. The inflatables take up much less space and you don't have to worry about them losing their "fluff" while in the field.

    What size did you get? Anyone using a...

    What size did you get? Anyone using a small? I pretty much sleep on my back.

    Thanks!

    FIrmness/compression of this? I have...

    FIrmness/compression of this? I have another pillow that looks deceptively similar and I was unhappy with how it compressed to a rock hard mess. I should know better given these are compressible, but try anyway right? Does this hold up? Or does it at least offer a uniform, relatively soft surface once your head is down?

    Best Answer

    It is amazingly soft. I use a small and a large depending on what I'm doing. They do roll up tight, but when unpacking fluff them up and wait 10 to 15 minutes. All the comforts of home, seriously! Do not store these pillows rolled up or they will take forever to fluff up!

    Unanswered Question

    FIrmness/compression of this? I have...

    FIrmness/compression of this? I have another pillow that looks deceptively similar and I was unhappy with how it compressed to a rock hard mess. I should know better given these are compressible, but try anyway right? Does this hold up? Or does it at least offer a uniform, relatively soft surface once your head is down?

    What are the fold-out dimensions of the...

    What are the fold-out dimensions of the three sizes (L, M & S)?

    Thanks! :)

    Do you think this would be a good pillow...

    Do you think this would be a good pillow for a week long backpacking trip? If so what size should I get?

    The pillow will compress but still takes up a decent amount of pack space and as James posted they are not very heavy but a pound is a pound when you are carrying it. With that said, I carry one and need it for a good nights sleep. I also have the medium and use a down sweater or fleece for extra volume.

    i lost the instructions. how do I wash the...

    i lost the instructions. how do I wash the pillow can i put in in the washer of strictly hand wash ?

    i lost the instructions. how do I wash the...

    i lost the instructions. how do I wash the pillow can i put in in the washer of strictly hand wash ?

    Best Answer

    This is from the washing instructions tag on my pillow, "Machine Wash GENTLE. Tumble Dry LOW. Not to exceed 125 degrees. DO NOT DRY CLEAN! Made in U.S.A. I think hand washing is always better, if you prefer, then hang dry using two spring loaded clothes pins, reversing every few hours until dry.

    I have washed mine on a warm regular cycle and tumble dried on medium with no issues. The only way to get them to "refluff" to a full pre-compressed state is to tumble dry them, in my opinion. I usually let them air dry for a day or so after taking them out of the dryer in case there is any additional moisture.

    Write your question here... OK, I'm on...

    Write your question here... OK, I'm on this website looking for information and read all the testimonials and such but can't find a price. The opening page says "70% off" but no price. Nothing on this page or those offered as links give a price. Am I missing it? I went from a site that offered suggested outlets on which your company was listed and brought me directly to the page mentioned. Perhaps you could get the needed information on the page that came up???

    If I get the large one, will this fit...

    If I get the large one, will this fit inside my Atom sleeping bag??? Or should I just get a medium?

    Get the large. Mine fits nice & snug into my WM Ultralite sleeping bag hood. It will also compress into your sleeping bag stuff sack without noticing any difference. The large does weigh three ounces more than the medium.

    small or medium?

    small or medium?

    Best Answer

    I would get medium, I got the small and it is nice but.... I would totally go for medium if I could change.If you're looking to save a little weight and space in your pack, go for the small. If you are car camping or roll around a lot in your sleep, get the medium, or even the large.

    Does this come with a stuff sack? How small...

    Does this come with a stuff sack?
    How small does this pack down for backpacking?

    Best Answer

    They come with an attached stuff sack that they roll in to. Thats what the attached string in the picture is for.The small size compacts down to 10"x4"x3.5" when rolled into itself. The large size compacts down to 13"x5"x4". Check the pictures I've added to see them compared to a standard bed pillow.