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Exped Down Pillow

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Exped Down Pillow—a little comfort goes a long way when on the trail at night.

Pros

  • The Exped Down Pillow was great to sleep on—warm and comfortable and lightweight at just 5 ounces.

Cons

  • The Exped Down Pillow is a little on the expensive side and except for having to blow up the pillow to use it and squeeze the air out when finished in the morning I'm happy with it

My body has been through Hell and Back and I've suffered a couple of different head and neck injuries. As I started to try long distance hiking and being a beginner I started trying and experimenting with new gear.

I found when sleeping on the cold ground I wasn't getting a good night's sleep and since I had already discovered the Exped Down sleeping pad when I saw the Exped Down Pillow at my local outfitter I had to buy and try it.

At just a little over 5 ounces it's light and comfortable.

Experience

I use to just carry a standard blowup pillow, but as I'm getting older I needed my sleep and I like being comfortable. I have been using an Exped down filled sleeping pad and love it so when I found the Exped Down Pillow I had to buy one. Just like the down sleeping pad the pillow doesn't get cold and I sleep so much more comfortably through the night

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $55 for it new

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Specs

medium large
Price Current Retail: $39.99-$69.95
Historic Range: $36.95-$69.95
Reviewers Paid: $55.00
Weight 5.3 oz 6.7 oz
Dimensions 15 x 11 x 5.1 in 18.9 x 11.4 x 5.9 in
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