Weighing in at a mere 2.5 ounces, this comfort item should find its way into even the lightest of ultralight packs. The exclusive 2-piece design is both lighter and more comfortable than other pillows on the market. Plus, the separate pillowcase is easy to wash and provides enough space to stuff extra clothing items inside to dial-in the softness and height at which you sleep best. We can’t think of any other product that offers more comfort per gram than the Light Pillow.
Includes the pillowcase, air bladder, and pillow stuff sack.
Compact Comfort- Weighing in at a mere 2.5 ounces, the Zenbivy Light Pillow comes in its own convenient stuff sack and packs down so small there's no excuse to not bring it along!
Adjustable Bladder- The polyurethane bladder insert quickly inflates with just a few breaths of air and the push-button slow deflate valve allows you to easily achieve your ideal comfort level.
Separate Pillowcase - Keep your pillow fresh and clean! The separate pillowcase is easy to wash. Plus, it provides just enough room to stuff an extra clothing item or two inside to dial-in even more softness and get the perfect height.
Weight: 2.5 oz (70 g)
Inflated size: 15” x 10” x 4” (38 x 25 x 10cm)
Stuff size: 3” x 3” x 1” (8 x 8 x 3cm)
Includes: Air bladder, pillowcase, stuff sack
Pillowcase:50d Polyester Pongee, coating-free, 300T, cire, 62g/m2
Bladder: Polyurethane (PU)
Locate your height on the ruler below to see which size quilt and sheet/mattress we recommend for you. Ideally, you'll want to fall somewhere in the middle of the range. If you find yourself in the yellow, you'll probably want to size up for the most comfortable fit. Please note that the chart below is based on the average weight for each height. If you are an "active" or "wide" sleeper, you may want to consider sizing up to allow yourself more space to sleep naturally.
When in doubt, size up. Unlike mummy bags, there is no thermal disadvantage to a larger size Zenbivy Bed because it is always free to wrap snugly around you. Bigger is always more comfortable and just as warm. Questions? We're happy to help. Send us an email with your height, weight, and general sleep style and we'll help you find the right size for you.
It barely takes up any room and is a little bigger/comfortable compared to other UL options out there. Some folks are very proud and charge way to much for pillows, but this thing is reasonably priced.
I bought the Zenbivy sleep system because it looked so much more comfortable than anything else on the market and it didn’t disappoint. I bought the 25* system, used for the first time in 39* weather and was toasty warm while only wearing a t-shirt and underwear. I’m a side sleeper, 6’ 1” and 195lbs. Well worth the investment to me!!!
I like the pillows. Have the light and the regular. The light once inflated is almost indistinguishable. Just slightly less pillow case cushioning and Packs down to nearly half the size of the regular. The case material is soft, feels great. Easy to fill the air. But since the pillow cases do have extra room around a full air bladder (for stuffing clothes etc) why not possibly a larger air bladder too? The more optional pillow the better
Let me start by saying this is the only disappointing piece I bought with my two sleeping bags and pads. The pillow was a mistake. It is only perhaps 1 1/2 - 2" deep, and a thin plastic interior. Makes for light traveling but much to small for use. Even my 13 and 16 year old kids couldn't use it. Instead, I took the cover and stuffed in my unused clothes to make a hard pillow. The material is nice for that purpose and I used it to separate my unused clothing from everything else in the bag. The concept is sound but the size of the inflatable interior is the issue.
The Zenbivy pillow suffers from the same issues as all the other plastic bag full of air pillows. It takes ages to establish the most comfortable amount of air for an individual and often once that is established it can’t be easily replicated. This is been a problem since we started blowing air into empty cask wine bladders in the 1970s. The separate pillow case is a good idea but it does not solve the main problem of any of these devices. I prefer the shape of my Exped air pillow and will probably use that inside the Zenbivy pillow case in future. The Zenbivy pillow is by far the weak link in the Zenbivy system and it would be good for the system designers to come up with an original solution rather than just replicating the problems everybody else has and applying slick marketing.