Buying Guide: These are the best travel pillows for your holiday trips
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Buying Guide: These are the best travel pillows for your holiday trips

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Plane travel is rarely comfortable, and frequent trips between family members around the holidays can put a crick in your neck. That’s where these super comfy travel pillows come in. Next time you fly, get a great nap in with these highly rated pillows.

1) Best for Hot Sleepers

If you’re a hot sleeper or find planes claustrophobic, this breathable travel pillow by DYD is the perfect pick.The ergonomic memory foam design relieves cervical pain and rests gently around your neck, head, and cheeks. The velour cover is also ultra-breathable and machine washable to keep germs away between trips. It also rolls up into a storage bag for easy carrying.

DYD Memory Foam Neck Pillow available from Amazon

2) Best for Strange Sleeping Positions

This fully customizable travel pillow from trtl is great for those who like to sleep on their side or in strange positions while on planes. The height and support is completely adjustable so your neck will receive support where you need it and not where you don’t.

Trtl Travel Pillow Plus available from Amazon

3) Best for Head Drop Sleepers

If you find yourself dropping your head toward your chest while you nod out on a plane, try this adjustable memory foam travel pillow from Cori. The unique modular design allows you to adjust for back support, side support, and unlike many travel pillows, front support. It also comes in bright, fun colors so it makes a great gift.

Cori Customizable Travel Pillow available from Amazon

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