Yukon Outfitters Prolite Pillow Review

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  1. Jeff says:

    Curious to know where you got your microfiber pillow case Derek?

  2. Dave says:

    Woot has these for sale once in while, and I picked one up last time (http://sport.woot.com/offers/prolite-pillow-2-colors-8). At $14, it was a spectacular deal.

    It’s nice to know that it works as a sit pad too, as I’ve only been using it in the hammock (constantly changing the pressure until I find that sweet spot).

    I’m finding that the whole Yukon Outfitters hammock line is quite a value, especially when Woot sells them.

  3. Rand Lynch says:

    Derek. I am with you on using a neck pillow. It is very comfortable and lightweight. Have you tried different brands and types? I find the generic email inflatable one with a microfiber cover fits the bill for a comfortable night’s sleep no matter what position I’m in.

    • Derek says:

      I agree. I’ve used a few different pillows. I eventually made one that I hope to publish the directions soon.

  4. Mark says:

    Outside one’s usual residence, pillows are a bulky nuisance when not actually in use. Extra clothing can work for a while but I am adverse to sticking dirty or just washed wet socks and underwear under my head. I wanted a “magic” pillow that would just “disappear” when not needed. Jacks ‘R’ Better sells a Graham FlexAir Pillow that nails it for me. One folded in half lengthwise in a cotton stuff sack supports my neck, another goes under a knee and I particularly appreciate the ability to adjust the firmness to whatever I wish.

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