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The Western Mountaineering Cloudrest Down Pillow is a lightweight camp pillow for resting your head upon. The built in stuff sack allows you to compress the pillow down small, whether you're headed off on an airplane or hitting the dusty trail on foot. It's only 5 ounces in weight thanks to the 800 fill power goose down packed inside. Close your eyes and let your head enjoy the fluffy softness. Sometimes it's okay to have your head in the clouds.
FEATURES of the Western Mountaineering Cloudrest Down Pillow
Rated 3 out of
Cozy, nice intigrated stuff sack, light as a feather okay feathersMy wife and I both came to about the same conclusion, although we chose different colors. First, the color is meaningless unless you suffer from insomnia, in which case, you may find yourself irritated by a color you don't like monopolizing your peripheral vision. Second, though nice and squishy, there isn't enough nice and squishy. My wife managed okay but I had to add some packing under the hood of my sleeping bag I stuffed a 13L dry sack with my fleece jacket. Once I had enough support, this pillow was very cozy. There is one drawback though and it's not just with these pillows almost all sleeping bags, liners, pillows etc are made with slippery materials. This would be fine if one
Date published: 2008-05-09
Rated 3 out of
Was great for the airplane, wasn't as great in the backcountryI think for what this product delivered, it was too expensive. It definitely packs down pretty small and I probably enjoyed it more than I would have enjoyed a blow up pillow, but it still didn't meet my expectations. I have a hard time sleeping without enough fluff to support my neck and even when my I used the sections of my sleeping pad to create extra support, it still fell short. It kind of sinks down into nothingness as soon as you put your head on it. I used it on a series of airplanes and it was great for that, but once I was in tents and cabins, I kept finding myself trying to find things to shove under my head to give extra support. It's better, packing wise, than other alternatives I've seen so if you're looking to avoid inflatable, but still pack down small and you don't need too much support, this may be your product.
Date published: 2014-07-21
Rated 2 out of
Not a fanI bought a ton of stuff from Moosejaw for a trekking trip I took to the Andes mountains in Peru. This was probably my least favorite product. It's cute, fluffs up nicely, and the attached stuff sack is adorable - but then you go to put your head down on it, and it's almost like sleeping without a pillow. I ended up having to roll up a blanket and sticking it underneath the pillow to give me some type of neck support.
Date published: 2008-09-14
Rated 5 out of
Be macho and backpack with a pillow!Haven't even taken this piece of heaven outdoors yet, but I love it already. In fact, in all these years I never thought I would take a pillow with me while backpacking, but this lofty luxury cannot be ignored, except when it is stuffed in its tiny sack, where it fits virtually anywhere and weighs less than a cloud. Hey, I bought two so I would have an extra for that special friend who often accompanies me into the wilds.
Date published: 2005-11-15
Rated 4 out of
Pretty Decent PillowThis is a nice addition to the pack if you really want to sleep comfy. It packs down very small, and weighs next to nothing. Have taken mine on a couple trips backpacking and multiday climbing. Nice for warmer weather when you dont have a down coat to make a pillow. Downside-mine came in a kinda nasty brown color, and has discolored a bit. Overall happy i bought it.
Date published: 2011-01-31
Rated 5 out of
a camping pollow that retired all my bed pillowsthis pillow is sweet. not only is it the most comfy pillow i own now, it folds up into the size of a nalgene. and at only 5oz its perfect for the hiker/camper looking for comfort and nice size without the weight. for now, i have retired all my other pillows off my bed and plan on using it tons during the summer for my camping trips.
Date published: 2007-03-08
Rated 5 out of
A companion for your down bagSure this pillow is not big enough for a bed pillow but if you put it inside the hood on your sleeping bag, it works great. I looked a good bit for something like this before finally spending the money. I like a pillow better than a wadded up lumpy jacket and at a mere 4 ounces, it is worth bringing even on the 15 mile hike in.
Date published: 2007-04-10
Rated 2 out of
Would not buy it again - way too expensive, little loft.Firdt few uses I was loving it but it lost a lot of loft since. I got it this spring and may be used it for 30 nights total... You definitelly need a cover or wrap it in clothes or towel to protect it from the body oil... It gets stained really fast. With this much down they sould make it half size smaller to be comfortable...