Cabeau Evolution S3 Travel Pillow – Straps to Airplane Seat – Ensures Your Head Won’t Fall Forward – Relax with Plush Memory Foam – Quick-Dry Fabric Keeps You Cool and Dry Jet Black…
Cabeau Evolution S3 Travel Pillow – Straps to Airplane Seat – Ensures Your Head Won’t Fall Forward – Relax with Plush Memory Foam – Quick-Dry Fabric Keeps You Cool and Dry Jet Black… - B079X5FTZR
The average person turns in their sleep every 15 minutes*. Without proper upright head support, this WILL result in neck pain. This is why you need a travel pillow that supports you on BOTH SIDES AND IN FRONT no matter which way gravity pulls your head while you sleep. The Evolution S3 is the ONLY travel pillow on the market with a patented Seat Strap System that supports both sides and eliminates head drop and neck strain by attaching to your headrest – holding your head in perfect alignment.
Science dictates IDEAL sleep temperature is between 60-67°F. Over 25% of your blood travels to your brain through 2 arteries in the front of your neck. Travel pillows that wrap around the front of your neck result in dangerous compression/covering of your blood-brain highway which results in overheating, leaving you in a pool of sweat. The Evolution S3 offers a front opening allowing heat to escape, and a soft, moisture-wicking 100% polyester cover which promotes a cooler sleeping environment.
RESPONSIVE MEMORY FOAM molds to your unique contour and supports vital points for your head and neck. Our adjustable clasp offers chin support and adjusts to accommodate varying neck sizes.
COMPACT TRAVEL CASE cuts your pillow size in half! Quick-release clasp attaches to your carry-on and saves critical storage space – memory foam packs neatly into the included case providing the ultimate convenience wherever you roam.
MOISTURE-WICKING FABRIC keeps your neck dry while eliminating bacteria, dust mites, and odor. Our machine washable cover is always fresh for your next trip and made of 100% polyester. *De Koninck, Joseph. “Sleep Positions and Position Shifts in Five Age Groups: An Ontogenetic Picture.” Sleep: Journal of Sleep Research & Sleep Medicine, Vol. 15, No, 2, 1992, pp. 144 –145.