Thursday, May 4, 2023

It's a No Brainer - Light, Comfortable, Inexpensive - Teton Sports Camp ...

Over the last couple of years I have been testing out the Teton Sports Camp Pillow and in this review, I'm going over the pros and cons.

Would you use one on the trail or in your vehicle?

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Teton Sports Camp Pillow Review
What it is : Luke is back with another review and this time, he’s reviewing a camp pillow from Teton Sports.  

Find out in this episode all that it does right and areas where it may fall behind.

Fill : SuperLoft Elite 4-Channel Hollow Fiber    
Inner Shell that’s around the insulation : P5 Poly Hi–Count
Outer Shell Outer: 100% Brushed Flannel with Envelope-Style Opening
Storage Bag : Taffeta Stuff Sack with Drawstring Closure

Dimensions Stored : 4" x 7" x 9"

Dimensions Unfolded : 12” x 18” x about 3” 

Weight : .8lb

Colors : - Black and red flannel 
Brown and red flannel 
Yellow and green
Grey and red

Price : $18

Review Pros :
very comfortable - more comfortable than many down filled pillows that I have tested out that are much more expensive. 
Overall size is good
Fabric is very comfortable and feels good against the skin
handles being compressed very well - I’ve had this for 2 years, it has always been compressed and it is still comfortable 
Fluffs up very good considering that it is a synthetic material 
When folded in half, it offers a lot cushion
Works great in a tent and just as well in a hammock.
- Has done a great job of retaining its shape even after 2 years of use.
- Quiet - doesn’t make any noise when moving around and making adjustments. That’s not going to be the case with all camp pillows.
- Machine washable 
- Price is good
- Lifetime warranty 
- Storage bag is large enough for the pillow to fit back into it easily

Review Cons : 
I mentioned that it isn’t heavy and that’s true but it is bulky
Will require as much care and maintenance as a real pillow.  But you don’t have to worry about puncturing it and it going flat.
Some might complain about the size but it’s a camp pillow - it was designed with a balance in mind - size, weight, compressibility, etc. 
Comfort - I only mentioned this as a con because of this - comfort is going to be subjective and this is especially true with a pillow.  Some want an extra  thick pillow, some want extra firm, or not as firm, softer etc. This is one of those items where some are going to love it and some are going to want something else. 

Summary :
Overall, this is a great camp pillow; it’s not one that I always carry with me when I’m backpacking due to the larger stuff size but when I’m camping in the truck, in Bento or in the Van, this is what I am using. 

The price is good, the size is good, comfortable especially when folded in half.  

The overall size is an important aspect, consider the dimensions so you can decide whether or not it will work for you and your comfort needs.

I can easily give this a thumbs up, it’s a great pillow.
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