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“Local Grindz” Neck Pillow

Original price $ 19.99 - Original price $ 19.99
Original price
$ 19.99
$ 19.99 - $ 19.99
Current price $ 19.99

Enhance your travel comfort with our Local Grindz Pattern Travel Neck Pillow, featuring adorable depictions of Hawaiian culinary delights like Spam Musubi, a Saimin bowl, and Shave Ice. Make your journey enjoyable with a touch of island flavor!

Crafted for ultimate comfort, our soft and cushy Travel Neck Pillows are perfect for sleeping, reading, and resting on the go. The Local Grindz pattern adds a charming twist, showcasing cute illustrations of iconic Hawaiian foods. Each pillow comes with a snap closure at each end, making it a breeze to attach to your bag for easy portability.

The outer shell of the pillow is made from a blend of polyester and elastane, providing a cozy and flexible feel. The filling consists of expandable polystyrene beads, ensuring extra comfort and support. For your convenience, the pillow is hand-wash only, making it easy to keep clean and fresh for your travels.

Measuring approximately 10”W x 11”H x 4.5” thick, our Travel Neck Pillows offer the perfect balance of size and comfort. Embrace the spirit of Hawaii and its culinary delights while making your travel experiences even more relaxing. Travel with style and coziness, ensuring that comfort is always within reach on your journeys.

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