Best pillow out there bro

if i remember correctly @Nate was talking long ago about a pillow that he wouldnt go anywhere without.

any pillow recommendations?

I like the Casper pillow, it’s not perfect though. You have to fluff it just right.

Surely its this one?

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:laughing: x1,000,000

I’m a fan of the Purple Pillow. However it is very heavy and something you want to lug around.

I just bought this one the other night. REALLY happy with it. I think its the most comfortable pillow Ive ever used.

Brilliant. I bet people still ask about buying that

I’ve been using this one for the last 6 years and love it.

Beans72 Organic Buckwheat Pillow - Japanese Size (14 inches x 20 inches) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0006HVVFK/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_bikqCbPHDDTGT

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This was my first thought. Still waiting for mine to be delivered… @chad When does it go up for sale?

+1 on Buckwheat pillows. Apparently they’re common in Asia. Amazing customizable support depending on how you squish it into shape, and it keeps my head nice and cool. The wife bought me one made locally, at a craft fair here in Ottawa, and I’ve been using it for about a year and a half. No more neck/back pain. The only issue I’d say is if you are one of those people who is very sensitive to sound when trying to sleep, it does make a crunchy noise when you move around on it.
This is the one I have, looks like they offer free shipping in Canada https://www.perfectpillow.com

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I’ll thrown another one into the mix, I love the Mypillow. IMO the best part about it is that you can just toss it in the dryer and 30 min later it’s almost like new again. I tend to wash it monthly and then of course dry…been sleeping with it for over 3 years now and I"m still completely satisfied.

I bought myself a buckwheat pillow recently and I’m pretty satisfied. It is 100% natural, very comfy overall, + it can last for over 10 years. Here are some other reasons why you should give it a try.