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    Anyone get it overstuffed? Just curious how much it effects the comfort of the pillow.
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    I think the standard fill is plenty for hammock sleeping. If you were using it on the ground, overfill may be preferable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rweb82 View Post
    I think the standard fill is plenty for hammock sleeping. If you were using it on the ground, overfill may be preferable.
    I was going to say the exact same thing. Any more fill and I think it wouldn't fit as nicely in the "v" shape of the hammock.

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    Thanks for the info.
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    Think this is finally my pillow. My AHE one is too large, my Dutch one is too small. After a few days, this one seems just right.

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    I agree...this pillow is definitely the Goldilocks pillow. JUST RIGHT!

    I’ve had the same pillow quest that some of you had, including a Dutchware pillow, inflatable pillow, various throw pillows, but this one hits the spot.

    I also wondered about overstuffing it (because my Dutchware apex pillow is so thin, but I’m very glad I didn’t...it’s perfect without the overstuff.

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    I was just checking out Jared's website and he's now offering a FREE APEX PILLOW with the purchase of a Trail Lair. I've already got both and it's my go to pillow:
    https://simplylightdesigns.com/colle...cts/trail-lair

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