Traveling by air, car, or train is no fun for anyone, especially when you need to rest in order to stay alert and comfortable. But even if you've never flown before, there are things you can do to prepare yourself for the experience. We have rounded up the 5 best pillows for travel that keep you comfortable away from home.
If you're looking for a travel pillow that's not too bulky, then the Butterfly pillow might be just what you need. It's made with a super soft velour cover and has an ergonomic design that allows you to use it in many ways (neck, between knees, when sat upright, when asleep, as a lumbar support & more).
This travel pillow is a smaller version of our Putnam Pillow designed to provide unparalleled support for your neck and head while sleeping. It features a contoured shape that supports your head, neck and shoulders. Recommended by chiropractors, OT's and physios.
The Cervical roll is a tubular pillow that can be used with any standard hotel pillow to improve the neck and shoulder support. This pillow can also be used to sleep upright or as a lumbar support. Made with a foam core and a removable washable cover it makes a great traveling companion. It's ideal for people who suffer from cervical spondylosis (a condition where the spine becomes arthritic).
This wedge shaped pillow has a suction cup on the back meaning that you can attach it to car, plane or train windows to help you sleep upright. It is inflatable making it compact for travel and you can clean it with warm soapy water. This pillow can also be used as a knee pillow.
This pressure relieving seat cushion can be rolled up for travel. It gives relief from numb bums on long flights, planes or car journeys. When not in use pop it in your favorite chair. This pillow is recommended and purchased by the NHS.