Kapok Decorative 12x21 Pillow encased in Organic Twill Fabric. Kapok fiber is lighter than cotton and 100% vegan. Our handmade Kapok pillows offer a natural pillow alternative that’s 100% sustainable.
Encased in soft and smooth organic Sateen Cotton and available in sizes from travel to body pillows, Pillow Ahh carries a Kapok pillow for everyone.
Kapok is a natural fiber that comes from the Ceiba Tree in Central America. Kapok fibers come from the trees seed pods, which shed seasonally, meaning there is no machinery required to harvest it.
With a silky and fluffy consistency, Kapok has the benefits of being fluffy like down but plant-based like cotton.
Kapok is Vegan and a great ethically sourced sustainable alternative to down pillows. Kapok fill pillows are the best for sleepers who want a super soft, fluffy pillow. It is our best-selling sleep pillow!
🐥 Soft & fluffy, similar to down pillows (minus the animal products)
🌳 Made with vegan, sustainable fiber from the Ceiba Tree
🌱 Hypoallergenic & Ethically sourced
🌾 Encased in luxurious GOTS Certified Organic Sateen Cotton
👌 Hand-stuffed to avoid lumps & customizable so you can find the perfect firmness
You can add and remove filling to suit your own preferences. Simply store any excess material in a moisture and pest proof container.
The Organic Cotton Sateen fabric used in this product is GOTS Certified and Imported.
Kapok is Retro Green!
Kapok was one of the first ancient non-food plants cultivated across Southeast Asia. Kapok was routinely used for pillows before goose down.
Kapok fibers were uesd in the life preservers used by G.I.s in World War II.
In the 1920's explorers conquering Mt. Everest typically wore high-altitude boots with Kapok insulation, leather outers, gaiters and crampons. Kapok fibers are one eighth (0.08) the weight of cotton. Kapok has also been used for years in the maritime industry because of its buoyancy. In the 1940s, it was used in all sorts of items like life belts, seating cushions, and mattresses were predominantly filled with Kapok because it is water repellant and enables it to keep afloat from 30 to 35 times its weight.
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