Skyrest Travel Pillow

We love travelling a lot except for, you know, the part where you actually travel—airports and airplanes are two of the most uncomfortable places to be ever. Trying to fall asleep on a plane is an experience that has always sucked and alas, will always suck unless you're rich enough to be flying in a class where you can recline your seat all the way down or use a bed.

For proles like us that can't sleep upright because we either get terrible neck pains or end up drooling onto the shoulder of the nice old lady from Fort Lauderdale unlucky enough to be be seated next to us, the Skyrest Travel Pillow is $29.95, fits in your carry-on bag and inflates to a good enough size so that you can wedge it between yourself and the seat in front of you, pitch forward and then blissfully pass out.

Skyrest Travel Pillow [SkyMall, via OhGizmo!]