Fillo is a modular pillow system consisting of an I-beam baffled air cell, 1inch thick luxury foam, and a washable microsuede cover
Use the shockcord to add clothing and increase the height for comfortable neck support
The shockcord can also be used to hold Fillo in place on an airline or car seat for lumbar support
Luxury foam adds unmatched comfort but packs small
The ultra-soft microsuede cover is removable and machine-washable
Weight: 12 oz / 340 g
Width: 11.5 in / 29 cm
Length: 21 in / 51 cm
Thickness: 4+ in / 10+ cm
Insulation Type: Air with Luxury Foam
Fabric: Washable Polyester Microsuede
Fillo is soft and yielding, yet substantial enough for side-sleepers. It’s amazing in the backcountry, but also great on an airplane or as lumbar support. It feels big when it’s cradling your head, but it packs surprisingly small. It’s everything you want in a sidekick pillow for all adventures.
Pillow case material: Microsuede
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Reviewed by Ewen, 10/3/2020
Packs up relatively small, so easy to travel with. Firmness easily controlled, depending how much air you put in. Wonderful memory foam layer that hides the fact you're resting on an air pillow
A bit pricey, but for me, it is the best travel pillow I've come across.
Reviewed by Mike, 1/11/2017
Everyone takes something in their pack that’s just a little silly, a little heavy, a little decadent. Something that says I may be pushing my body to the max each day, counting every gram I carry, but I’m still strong enough to allow myself one little luxury. I call this extavagance my one thing, and it is my Nemo luxury pillow. At the end end of a rough day, in a desperately gorgeous yet insanely off-grid spot, dropping my head onto this piece of heaven is a nightly award to myself; it’s my guarantee of instant dreamless sleep and a perfect recharge for the next challenge. Beautifully made, washable and infinitely adjustable, this could just be the best thing in my pack.
Last trip I shared a tent with a beautiful Dutch girl who was unfortunately also a very light sleeper. She woke me to say my pillow made “crinkling” noises. I let her sleep on it and went back to my folded down jacket. Needless to say I didn’t get to use my one thing for the rest of that hike, but it was a small price. If I have to find a other disadvantage, it is when hammock camping, I find it slightly too long, and prefer the slightly smaller pillow fillo.
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