One of the Most Comfortable Ultra Light Weight Inflatable Pillows made...
With a weight of less than 50g (2oz) and a small packed size a couple of Big Sky's DreamSleeper™ UltraLight inflatable pillows can fit in the palm of your hand, so Big Sky's DreamSleeper™ pillows can be taken anywhere.
Pillow is ergonomically designed to cradle a person's head for a good night's sleep.
Big Sky uses high grade Thermo PolyUrethane (TPU) for this product that has a higher strength to weight ratio than PVC that some cheap pillows are made out of.
Since Big Sky's DreamSleeper™ pillow is made with TPU it can be used in the winter, unlike cheaper pillows made with PVC that will crack when it gets too cold.
TPU goes though a natural aging process, initially transparent, then translucent, and eventually opaque.
TPU is also more environmental friendly than PVC.
Size: The un-inflated dimensions are 50cm (20in) x 30cm (12in) The pillow inflates up to about 10cm (4in) thick
Includes: ultra light weight stuff sack
Weight: 43.62g +/- 2SD 1.33g (1.54oz +/- 0.05oz) pillow only
Warranty: If for some reason your pillow develops a leak within one (1) year of purchasing it, send the leaky bladder to Big Sky for a FREE replacement.
It was the perfect thickness for me, being a side sleeper. Good support, lighter weight than any other pillow I've tried! Using a wool buff as a cover, warmth wasn't an issue. Very happy with my purchase and will buy again in the future for myself or as gifts for fellow back packers!
I have used this pillow now for the first time, for 5 nights on my latest hike in the northern parts of Sweden. The only thing I can say is, its just Amazing.
A very high level of comfort, also for a side sleeper like me and quickly became one of my favorite pieces of gear.
I can highly recommend this product and for a full review, just follow the links to my YouTube Page down below.
Thanks Big Sky for a great product.
Hi, I’d like to know how flexible/stretchy the TPU material is? This seems to be the biggest issue for me in order to get a comfortable sleep. I mean it needs to have a certain amount of stretch not to get an aching ear when sleeping on the side.
Sorry, we are not sure how to answer your question... we think the DreamSleeper pillow is a little more flexible than other brands... also, we suggest only filling pillow about 80% full... if the pillow is too tight (inflated too much), we do not think it is as comfortable.
I don't see the pillow case for the UL pillow. Where would I find that item?