8 Travel Pillows to Keep Counting Sheep at Bay On Your Next Flight
Travel is one of life’s most rewarding experiences, but it has its hiccups—especially when you’re trying to take nap or catch up on some much-needed shut eye on the plane. Sleeping with the help of your balled-up coat or resting on the window isn't exactly comfortable. Below are eight travel pillows that will add comfort and support the next time you’re stuck sleeping on a long-haul trip. 
Editor’s Note: The prices shown here are accurate at the time of publication but are subject to change.

Travel is one of life’s most rewarding experiences, but it has its hiccups—especially when you’re trying to take nap or catch up on some much-needed shut eye on the plane. Sleeping with the help of your balled-up coat or resting on the window isn't exactly comfortable. Below are eight travel pillows that will add comfort and support the next time you’re stuck sleeping on a long-haul trip.

Editor’s Note: The prices shown here are accurate at the time of publication but are subject to change.

#8: Samsonite Luggage Swiss Gear Travel Pillow, $10

At $10, this travel pillow serves its purpose. It’s inflatable, highly portable, and comfortable. Each section of the pillow inflates independently for a customized experience.  The reviews vary, but it’s worth a try for its price—especially if you’re looking for a basic but easy-to-stow travel pillow. 

#7: Technogel Travel Pillow (Travel Collar), $98

The price is steep, but this has to be one of the best pillows out there. Technogel conforms to your physical structure to evenly distribute pressure, and the pillow has thermal regulation that aids sleep. If you’re up for dropping almost $100 on a travel pillow, you might want to hurry. There are only five left on Amazon

#6: Kuhi Travel Pillow, $40

If you’re someone who just can’t seem to get comfortable no matter how you position yourself, this is the pillow for you. The Kuhi travel pillow can be flipped, turned, and twisted until you find the perfect fit. It also comes with a travel case that can easily attach to your rolling suitcase. 

#5: GoGo Pillow, from $9

This pillow is perfect if you travel with a tablet. It can hold and mold to your device as a stand, allowing for the perfect viewing angle. The pillow can also be attached to a headrest, allowing a shared experience for younger children on long trips. As far as comfort— the pillow doubles as a regular pillow and a typically shaped neck pillow. 

#4: HoodiePillow Hooded Travel Pillow, $35

If you’ve ever used a standard travel pillow and wore a hoodie at the same time, that’s basically what the HoodiePillow is—with the added feature of premium fleece and luxury memory foam. The HoodiePillow also blocks out light and muffles sound, ensuring you get some quality sleep. 

#3: Brookstone BioSense Neck Travel Pillow, $25

This isn’t your typical U-shaped travel pillow. The Brookstone BioSense pillow has BioSense memory foam for soothing support for relaxing and napping as you travel. Additionally, the memory foam is made with green tea, charcoal, and seed oil for natural odor resistance— in other words, the pillow won’t pick up any funky airplane smells. 

#2: Trtl Soft Neck Support Travel Pillow, $30

My biggest problem with sleeping on flights is neck cramps. The Trtl Soft Neck Support pillow is scientifically proven to provide long-haul flight neck support that prevents cramps by keeping the neck in an ergonomic position during rest. Did we mention it’s half the size of the typical U-shaped travel pillow?

#1: J-Pillow, $25

This J-shaped pillow is one of the best for support, and the number one bestseller for travel pillows on Amazon. It offers the best chin, neck, and head support available. The pillow is also easy to store—just form it in a ball and toss it in your carry-on bag. 

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