Packing Tips

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How to Pack a PillowPack:

Roll articles of clothing. Insert largest items into sides; smallest items at bend of U; and medium-sized items at neck. Choose items to suit your desired density. Toiletries & firm items can be rolled inside soft items.

Pack fully but do not overstretch. For more PillowPack Packing Tips visit Packed with Possibilities!

 

T-shirts, pants, socks, underwear, swimsuit, scarves & sweaters. Roll them tight & place to suit your neck comfort. 

Roll a toothbrush in your yoga pants. Tuck a granola bar just inside the zipper. Load your duty-free haul home. PillowPack is packed with possibilities!

Our best tips for packing light.

Links to our Favorite Packing Lists: 

Philosophy of Packing Light: https://www.ricksteves.com/travel-tips/packing-light/packing-smart

For Men: https: https://thriftynomads.com/the-ultimate-guide-packing-light-mens-edition

For Women: https://ladylighttravel.com/packing-lists/

Caring for your PillowPack

  • The PillowPack is machine washable: Use cold water, Line dry.
  • It’s sewn in a four-way stretch spandex that will have a long life.
  • Pack fully, do not over-extend fabric.
  • Pack to it’s 5 pound weight capacity.

 

FAQs

Why PillowPack?
The PillowPack differentiates from a standard neck pillow case because it’s sewn to hold bulk, be packed and unpacked endlessly.

How much weight can the PillowPack hold?
One PillowPack is sewn to hold a total of five pounds of weight distributed around the whole pillow. 

Can I clasp my PillowPack around my neck?

No. It is not safe to clasp the hook and O-ring around your neck. It is unsafe. The clasp and o-ring attachments are for the PillowPack to be attached to your suitcase or personal item during the walking part of travel.

Will my phone fit in the external pocket?
Yes, the largest phone on the market fits in the external pocket. Be sure to put the hood of the pocket over the top of the phone before attaching PillowPack to your suitcase so it does not fall out. PillowPack is not responsible for items that fall out when in use.