Head Rest

Whether you’re taking a cross-country red eye, riding shotgun on a road trip, or enjoying a night under the stars, a Grand Trunk Travel Pillow is a must-have companion. Avid outdoorsmen Jon Neff and Kevin Kaiser decided it was high time travelers stopped crumpling up their jackets into makeshift headrests. They specially designed these pillows for their company Grand Trunk, which creates products to enhance active lifestyles. The Adjustable Pillow easily changes shape to suit your surroundings and preferences. Tighten or release the drawstring to make it round and puffy or flat and soft. The Hooded Pillow is a memory foam neck ring covered in comfy fleece, with an attached drawstring hood to block out light. Both come with a storage sack that makes them easy to tote around. Next time you’re on the road, grab a Grand Trunk Travel Pillow. Getting some sound rest will be in the bag.

Grand Trunk

Travel Pillows

Head Rest

Whether you’re taking a cross-country red eye, riding shotgun on a road trip, or enjoying a night under the stars, a Grand Trunk Travel Pillow is a must-have companion. Avid outdoorsmen Jon Neff and Kevin Kaiser decided it was high time travelers stopped crumpling up their jackets into makeshift headrests. They specially designed these pillows for their company Grand Trunk, which creates products to enhance active lifestyles. The Adjustable Pillow easily changes shape to suit your surroundings and preferences. Tighten or release the drawstring to make it round and puffy or flat and soft. The Hooded Pillow is a memory foam neck ring covered in comfy fleece, with an attached drawstring hood to block out light. Both come with a storage sack that makes them easy to tote around. Next time you’re on the road, grab a Grand Trunk Travel Pillow. Getting some sound rest will be in the bag.

Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Brian
    Brian

    Hi everyone at The Grommet!

    We love what we sell because we create products that are built to last from seaside to mountaintop. Thanks for having us, and I'm here to answer any questions you might have.

  • Kelly
    Kelly
    10/24/2014 12:26 PM

    Love both of them...what is the material in the adjustable travel pillow?

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    10/24/2014 12:29 PM

    Hi Kelly,

    Product details like material, weight etc. are found when you click into the box that says "buy" in orange, directly below the video. The fabric is made from water-resistant polyester and the stuffing is high-loft poly.

  • christopher
    christopher
    10/24/2014 3:30 PM

    @Amy aaaammmmmyyyy, lol, I keep telling you to change the sites descriptions of the items before going to "buy", unless you like to keep saying this. soso many other sites(amazon) have the descriptions before you click "buy". (I love "the grommet")

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    10/24/2014 3:39 PM

    Hi Christopher,

    Thanks for the continual feedback :) This is something we're definitely aware of and looking into - thanks again for being a big fan.

  • K
    K
    10/26/2014 9:56 PM

    I like new ideas in travel pillows...but am I the only traveler that nods off in a forward direction? Every travel pillow I've seen gives a padding to rest your head off to the side. Anyone?

  • Robert
    Robert
    10/26/2014 10:13 PM

    @K. No you're not alone. I also find that airplane seats don't recline enough and all these pillows that are designed to go around the neck feel uncomfortable because the back part of the pillow pushes against the the back of the seat and one's head is essentially forced forward. I keep waiting for someone to improve the design, or to use a material that is malleable enough to thin out in the back while offering stability on the sides. I'm interested in whether the designers of this product made it with this issue in mind.

  • Campbell
    Campbell
    10/26/2014 11:31 PM

    I hear you!

    I've had an inflatable model that I use in the car and in the air. I just rotate it about 90 degrees and can list to the side on the fuller side and there is enough volume in front to keep from digging my chin in my chest.

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    10/27/2014 11:45 AM

    Hi All,

    Amy from The Grommet team here. I'm really glad to hear your opinions and insights on how we naturally nap (and how we prefer to nap). This is why our comment board can be so beneficial - it provides insights for other supporters and the founder who is looking for that type of market feedback.

    The thing that I like about the hoodie pillow is that it actually caters to all of our napping habits and positions. You can keep the drawstring loose if you only want back or side support, but you can also tighten it so that it will hold your head, should it fall forward too.

    I've asked Mike to chime in with his thoughts too - stay tuned.

  • Kenneth
    Kenneth
    10/27/2014 12:07 PM

    As long as the travel pillow can be tied up front (like this one), try turning it slightly or 180 so it supports the chin. :-)

  • Christie
    Christie
    11/5/2014 9:04 AM

    This may be 'off-topic,' but I've been looking for a pillow to let me sleep face down (in bed) without turning my head (or suffocating!) Do you carry, or know of, any such product?

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

Grand Trunk

Travel Pillows

Head Rest

Whether you’re taking a cross-country red eye, riding shotgun on a road trip, or enjoying a night under the stars, a Grand Trunk Travel Pillow is a must-have companion.

Avid outdoorsmen Jon Neff and Kevin Kaiser decided it was high time travelers stopped crumpling up their jackets into makeshift headrests. They specially designed these pillows for their company Grand Trunk, which creates products to enhance active lifestyles.

The Adjustable Pillow easily changes shape to suit your surroundings and preferences.
Tighten or release the drawstring to make it round and puffy or flat and soft. The Hooded Pillow is a memory foam neck ring covered in comfy fleece, with an attached drawstring hood to block out light. Both come with a storage sack that makes them easy to tote around.

Next time you’re on the road, grab a Grand Trunk Travel Pillow. Getting some sound rest will be in the bag.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Brian
    Brian

    Hi everyone at The Grommet!

    We love what we sell because we create products that are built to last from seaside to mountaintop. Thanks for having us, and I'm here to answer any questions you might have.

  • Kelly
    Kelly
    10/24/2014 12:26 PM

    Love both of them...what is the material in the adjustable travel pillow?

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    10/24/2014 12:29 PM

    Hi Kelly,

    Product details like material, weight etc. are found when you click into the box that says "buy" in orange, directly below the video. The fabric is made from water-resistant polyester and the stuffing is high-loft poly.

  • christopher
    christopher
    10/24/2014 3:30 PM

    @Amy aaaammmmmyyyy, lol, I keep telling you to change the sites descriptions of the items before going to "buy", unless you like to keep saying this. soso many other sites(amazon) have the descriptions before you click "buy". (I love "the grommet")

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    10/24/2014 3:39 PM

    Hi Christopher,

    Thanks for the continual feedback :) This is something we're definitely aware of and looking into - thanks again for being a big fan.

  • K
    K
    10/26/2014 9:56 PM

    I like new ideas in travel pillows...but am I the only traveler that nods off in a forward direction? Every travel pillow I've seen gives a padding to rest your head off to the side. Anyone?

  • Robert
    Robert
    10/26/2014 10:13 PM

    @K. No you're not alone. I also find that airplane seats don't recline enough and all these pillows that are designed to go around the neck feel uncomfortable because the back part of the pillow pushes against the the back of the seat and one's head is essentially forced forward. I keep waiting for someone to improve the design, or to use a material that is malleable enough to thin out in the back while offering stability on the sides. I'm interested in whether the designers of this product made it with this issue in mind.

  • Campbell
    Campbell
    10/26/2014 11:31 PM

    I hear you!

    I've had an inflatable model that I use in the car and in the air. I just rotate it about 90 degrees and can list to the side on the fuller side and there is enough volume in front to keep from digging my chin in my chest.

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    10/27/2014 11:45 AM

    Hi All,

    Amy from The Grommet team here. I'm really glad to hear your opinions and insights on how we naturally nap (and how we prefer to nap). This is why our comment board can be so beneficial - it provides insights for other supporters and the founder who is looking for that type of market feedback.

    The thing that I like about the hoodie pillow is that it actually caters to all of our napping habits and positions. You can keep the drawstring loose if you only want back or side support, but you can also tighten it so that it will hold your head, should it fall forward too.

    I've asked Mike to chime in with his thoughts too - stay tuned.

  • Kenneth
    Kenneth
    10/27/2014 12:07 PM

    As long as the travel pillow can be tied up front (like this one), try turning it slightly or 180 so it supports the chin. :-)

  • Christie
    Christie
    11/5/2014 9:04 AM

    This may be 'off-topic,' but I've been looking for a pillow to let me sleep face down (in bed) without turning my head (or suffocating!) Do you carry, or know of, any such product?

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.