Design: 12" x 16"
Fill: 800-fill power goose down
Weight: 5 oz
Source: received for testing via the Trailspace Review Corps
Price Paid: $39
The following information originally appeared in Trailspace’s “Backpacking and Camping Pillow Comparison.”
- The 800-fill Cloudrest is amazingly soft and comfortable and offers sufficient support, cradling your head and preventing any head rolling.
- For not much weight you get a fairly large surface area, and it's extremely easy to compress into its built-in stuff sack.
- This pillow is just about perfect for backpacking.
- It's pricey, and it doesn’t compress down quite as tiny as the Cocoon Down Travel Pillow.
The Western Mountaineering Cloudrest was named Trailspace's Pick for Backpacking Comfort in our “Backpacking and Camping Pillow Comparison.”
currently retails for:
$41.95 - $49.00
where to buy:
800 fill power goose down
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