BullRest Travel Pillow

Apr 4, 2017

Category: Gear

There are only a few types of people in the world; those who put their head down while traveling, those who stay awake and read a book, and those who use neck rests. For the latter group, there is the BullRest Travel Pillow.

This American made neck rest is small enough to be stowable in your carryon, but substantial enough to provide serious and lasting comfort while traveling in a car, plane, or train. Constructed from memory foam, the pillow has a soft, forgiving quality to it that is given structure by a tough polymer frame on the interior. So you don’t get that annoying hot feeling around your neck, the BullRest has a large opening in the back to allow you to better breathe even on the longest of trips. To top it all off, the pillow doesn’t look ridiculous when you put it on. Get the rest you deserver on your next cross country flight for $60. [Purchase]

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