McRoskey premium pillows for superior head and neck support

PILLOWS

REST YOUR HEAD

These premium pillows offer your head and neck the same supreme support as your McRoskey delivers for the rest of you.

McROSKEY CLASSIC

classic pillow

McROSKEY CLASSIC

Designed exclusively for us. Choose your preferred size, style, firmness, and filling. Available in hypoallergenic down and premium synthetic down.

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DR. MARY SIDE SLEEPER

side sleeper pillow

DR. MARY SIDE SLEEPER

Developed by noted Sports Chiropractor Dr. Mary Collings, this lofty down boomerang pillow helps neck and shoulder tension melt away.

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MINI JETSETTER

jetsetter

MINI JETSETTER

The constant travel companion. Filled with just the right amount of plush Hungarian goose down, the Mini Jetsetter cradles your head, supports your neck, and best of all, fits easily into a purse or brief case.

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PILLOW PRIMER

How to choose the
perfect pillow

The right pillow can transform your sleep by maintaining your spine’s alignment and providing the best position for your head and neck.
Here are some tips for achieving pillow perfection.

SHOP THE OPTIONS

What feels most comfortable to you? Bear in mind:

YOUR PREFERRED SLEEP POSITION If you sleep on your stomach or back, consider a soft pillow. Side and back sleepers may prefer a medium firmness. If you sleep exclusively on your side, a firm pillow is best.

PHYSICAL FACTORS The pillow should comfortably accommodate your shoulder depth, neck length, head size and weight, and your perspiration factor.

FLUFF FACTOR A fluffier pillow provides better cushioning, is longer lasting, and allows fresh air to easily travel through it. If you fold a pillow in half and it unfolds on its own, it has a high fluff factor.

NIGHTIME MOVEMENT You’ll change positions throughout the night, so make sure your pillow can move with you. Many people find down pillows to be more accommodating than foam or pre-shaped pillows.

CARE FOR YOUR PILLOW

A little TLC goes a long way:

PLUMP DAILY Grab the corners on the short end and rap it against the bed surface two or three times. Do the same to the other end. If your pillow becomes too plump, place it flat on the bed and press down with your forearms from the middle of the pillow outward.

WASH WEEKLY Toss your pillowcases and pillow protectors in the wash each week.

REPLACE REGULARLY Assess your pillow's comfort regularly to make sure it's still providing the best spine alignment and head and neck positioning. And replace it every two to three years.

PRACTICE HEALTHY SLEEP POSTURE

Perfect your form with the following:

SLEEP POSTURE Sleep in an elongated position, not a ball, to promote a healthy back.

SIDE SLEEPERS Place the upper arm on your hip or side—or place a pillow under your armpit— to keep your shoulders aligned. Position your pillow to be shoulder-width high, so it fills in the space between the bed and your head.

BACK SLEEPERS Create a wedge shape with your pillow, with more height and dimension toward the top of your head. This lengthens your neck and forces your chin down, decreasing snoring and providing greater comfort for your lower back.