Therm-a-Rest Compressible Pillow
|Price:||$13.95 - $34.95|
- Perfect for travelers or campers
- Foam expands big and packs small
- Comfortable brushed polyester on the outside with soft urethane foam fill on the inside
- New XL size measures a generous 16.5 x 27 in
- Made in the USA with US and global materials
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The popular Compressible Pillow is perfect for everyone from international travelers to car campers. Its soft, foam filling packs small and expands big, with the XL size measuring a generous 16.5 x 27 in. (42 x 67 cm) for home-like comfort wherever you are.
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I recently upgraded from a 10-year-old regular to this large. TOTALLY worth it. The print is fun!!
One note. I was crazy disappointed with the pillow when it arrived. It looked so limp! So non-fluffed! I left it out of its package, uncompressed, to "loft," for DAYS. It did nothing. I shook it. I punched it. I tenderly asked it to perk up a bit. Still nothing. I placed it next my hubby's same size (large) pillow purchased 3 years ago. DEFINITELY the new one was wimpy. I threatened to return it. Then I actually read the tag and washed it, running it through the dryer with a tennis ball like I do my down things. BINGO, fluffy pillow. Make sure you wash it, people. :)
Picture 1: AFTER washing/drying, my new print pillow next to 3-year-old solid navy pillow.
Picture 2: my new print pillow (large), next to 3-year-old solid navy pillow (also large) BEFORE washing/drying
*Edited because picture 1 and 2 were switched.
The weight difference is only 2oz, but the real difference in size is about 1.5 inches wider and longer. The thickness is just about the same, but like others have mentioned, the small denim color is denser, giving it a slightly firmer feel. I'm not sure if the other colors in small are firmer, or just the denim. I really like both, but will probably use the small more often. I'll keep both, since they're cheap enough to have a backup or loaner.
Note, I did not wash these, as others have said! I just fluffed them for about 30 seconds.
As a couple of other reviewers have mentioned, the stitching in a couple places looks a bit sketchy (last picture), so I'll probably refrain from machine washing them unless it's a last ditch type of situation. Still, I believe they'll hold up if you're gentle with them. Also, I had to untie and re-tie the compression cord, because it was too tight to allow for easy rolling, and was leading to some fabric stretching and stress on the stitching. It seems much easier to roll and compress now.