The pillow has NEMO’s Twist and Pull Valve, which functions admirably and has a wonderful lock sound to flag the air is in. The model we lean toward additionally has a removable miniaturized scale calfskin outside, which is agreeable against the face. The air chamber can be exploded to be very puffy, or substantially less for a progressively loose (level) pillow. At the point when joined with the froth this makes the Fillo incredible for the individuals who don’t need a completely swelled pillow. All things considered, it’s quite overwhelming for a backpacking pillow at nine ounces, and still doesn’t approach your real pillow at home. It likewise doesn’t pack close to as little as different pillows, if space is your anxiety.

 

 

Backpacking pillow review guide

The Sea to Summit Aeros Pillow has gotten the minuscule, ultralight standard of backpacking pillows. It packs to what is regularly portrayed as “nothing”, which as a general rule is only a few inches that can be full anyplace in your pack. It weighs under three ounces also, but then uses top notch 50D polyester texture and a strong level valve for simple expansion and emptying. The shape is the thing that we call kidney bean, in that it is anything but a full rectangular pillow, and it has a little indent close to your neck for strong situating.

The Aeros Pillow has around four crawls of tallness when completely expanded, and isn’t excessively fun. All things considered, it’s a full air pillow, and won’t be as agreeable when somewhat swelled in light of the fact that it will be fun or feel like it needs air. On the off chance that you need one of the lightest backpacking pillows out there, and incline toward air over a moved up coat, this might be your most solid option. Ocean to Summit likewise offers various forms of the Aeros, similar to the Ultralight and Deluxe, which are lighter and progressively strong, separately.

Backpacking pillow review guide