Humanity has put a lot of effort into mastering the art of travel, and it’s paid off. You can get almost anywhere in the world pretty easily and relatively cheaply (at least compared to covered-wagon and frigate-ship days). But one thing that hasn’t really improved with time: comfort.
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You can find more comfortable seats in a fast food restaurant than on an airplane, and even if you’re one of those blessed few who can somehow sleep on an airplane tray, you’re in for a few days of sore muscles upon arrival.
The BullRest Memory Foam Travel Pillow is designed not only to let you rest comfortably but to keep the C1-C7 vertebrae in your neck aligned the whole time. Why? To make sure your upper body is in normal working condition when you arrive at your destination. An included carabiner lets you attach it to the outside of your bag to save carry-on space, and it fits over 85% of the adult population.
Even if you can already sleep on airplanes, this could make you sleep better, so the world can be even more jealous of your skills. And if you can’t sleep on a plane, then hey — maybe this is what you’ve been missing. Snag one on sale for just $38.