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Thermarest 05495 - - Down medium rouge coussin
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Nos nouveaux oreillers en duvet, ultralégers, compressibles et extrêmement confortables voyagent bien et sont composés de duvet d'oie 650, avec une taie douce en polyester peigné. Un cordon de périmètre peut être utilisé pour le comprimer et vous pouvez également créer une
poche qui peut être remplie avec des vêtements supplémentaires pour personnaliser la fermeté.
- Poids: 80 g
- Dimensions: 30 x 41 cm
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The 'small' one that i originally got was tagged large - that is, both the sewn-on tag that it had said large and the marketing tag attached to it said large and it was in a bag that said 'large.' when you recieve yours, check the size against the published sizes to make sure you haven't gotten the wrong one due to a 'factory mix up" as surely mine was probably not the only defective one.
I have used the small one on a 4 day hike. I have not yet had a chance to use the large one.
Here's the thing: this is down. As such, it's more comfortable than any inflatable pillow. However, think about what sleeping on your down jacket woud be like - basically, your head compresses the thing in the same way that packing and rolling it compresses it. I can't blame it too much, i guess - heads are heavy things. But, that's the reality of the situation here.
Therefore, you'll probably find yourself using this pilow on top of something else - like your backpack or a bag full of your clothes. Which is ultimately an ok solution and certainly more comfortable than just sleeping with your head on your backpack. However, and maybe there's some great answer for this that i just haven't figured out yet, but it seems obvious that the answer should be a pillow which is a hybrid inflatable and down to get the best of both worlds.
Finally, there's somthing to be said about the design of this thing. It's basic shape makes it not terrible compressable. As such, it uses a bit more pack space than it might have otherwise and it does NOT come with a stuff sack. Since it is relatively lightweight, an ideal situation would be a small, preferably integrated gore-tex stuff-sack that could be clipped onto a backpack's exterior.
I consider this to be at best an ok product, somewhat lazily designed. This is not the well designed product I expected from thermarest, but rather an intermediate step towards a truly well designed and implemented camping pillow.
i am as i write this about to pack for an 8-day hike and am debating whether to take this.
- people who are not terribly pack weight/size sensitive, such as those going for a 1 or 2 night hike a few hours from a car/start point.
not so good for:
- ultralightweight hikers (too bulky and a bit heavy compared to inflatable or ziploc bag hack equivalents)
- people camping next to their cars (just bring a full-size pillow from home).
UPDATE: I still like this pillow but have adopted another for my personal needs. Some people can sleep on anything and be comfortable. I'm not like that. I like to have my head up...no laying flat. I ordered another one of these just so that I can have that extra padding. Perfect solution for me. Weighs almost nothing and takes up very little space. Since these are so compactable they will go flat when you place your head on them. You can stick your backpack under it to assist with the comfort if you wish. I've done that plenty of times.
So again, still a great pillow but remember they do compress even with your noggin'.
If you're the type who doesn't need a pillow this probably perfect for you. If you do need a pillow however this will not really work for you. Its just so darn flat. I'm a side sleeper. I used it on a large 3.5" REI air pad. To get it to work I had to do the following: Stuff my patagonia down sweater in it. Put a camp towel under it to keep it from coming out, use it about half its supposed size, then finally tie my all purpose shemagh around it to keep it all together and to distract from the cheap rubbery/vinyl feel of the outer coating.
I can see how this pillow would be ok if you're using it in a siting position where you don't need so much weight on it, and it would probably be all right if you were sleeping on a pile of wool, or maybe a goose farm.., But as a $50 camping accessory it was terrible. Im probably gonna throw it in with my hammock and try it with that.
Sometimes all I want is for my head to not turn to the side when I'm sleeping in the car, and with this pillow you can make a doughnut shape by moving the down around. It works perfectly.
NOTE: this is a small 100% down pillow and compresses accordingly. That's the good and bad. If you're a side sleeper, you'll probably want to put this on top of your jacket or some clothes, or on top of a semi-inflated air pillow. If you're a stomach sleeper, I've found it's fine as is. I made a small pillowcase that can hold my puff jacket with this, and to buffer the feel of the polyester. I've also brought it for non-camping travel - it turns bad pillows into better pillows. I'm considering buying the large for non-camping/packing travel. I bought one for my husband, as well and the medium was too small for an average male, but he does use it for napping during road trips or on planes.
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