The Easy Breather Pillow Review 5

Easy Breather Pillow






Neck Support




Off Gassing


Sleeps Cool



  • Adjustable firmness
  • Little off gassing
  • Cuddly
  • Perfect for all sleep types

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The Nest Easy Breather, what can I say about this pillow? Joe Alexander, the owner of Nest Bedding knows pillows! I  think this is what most people have been looking for in a pillow. Let me tell you why.

Overview of the Nest Easy Breather Pillow

First off, The Easy Breather pillow is an adjustable pillow. That means that you can remove or add filling to reach your desired level of firmness. Other pillows should allow this functionality but because of their makeup, it can get messy. The Tencel blended material that makes up the inside comes out easily with little mess. I like my pillow on the flatter side so I took out about a gallon sized back of stuffing from it and it was the perfect firmness.

Reviews of Easy Breather Pillow

Here’s a video clip of the pillow being smushed. This is with almost all the stuffing in except for that small piece you can see in the video.

Before this pillow came along, I enjoyed my Savvy Rest latex pillow. It also has adjustable filling (shredded latex) but it got really messing when trying take it out because the shredded latex seemed to be statically charged.  It also was a little noisy because whenever you shifted sleep position or the pillow, you would hear the tiny bits of latex making sort of popping noises inside the pillow.

The Easy Breather pillow has stuffing that is more reminiscent of cotton and memory foam and doesn’t make any noise. The stuffing is also softer than natural down or latex or even solid memory foam.

This pillow just plain looks good. The casing has a nice texture and design and the grey sidewall helps with breath-ability and keeping it in shape. It is nice and wide so that you can shift positions with having to move your pillow with you. On a more subjective note, it’s also super cuddly!

As with the other Nest Bedding products I have reviewed, this one comes highly recommended. I would recommend this over Snuggle-Pedic or My Pillow for ANY time of sleeper.

The Easy Breather Pillow was featured in the October 2015 issue of Men’s Journal as their overall top pick for a pillow.


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8 thoughts on “Nest Easy Breather Pillow Review”

  1. Scott Richards


    Is it safe to throw into the washer? Also, I see this is no longer available on Amazon.

    1. No, it’s not washable but you can get a pillow protector. Check this one out, HERE

  2. How is the Easy Breather compare to Pacifica Pillow of Brentwood Home?

    1. The biggest differences between the two are that the Easy Breather has a zipper where you can remove the fill inside to adjust firmness. You can’t do that with the Pacifica. The cover of the easy breather is a synthetic material that is stretchy whereas the Pacifica has a 100% organic cotton cover.

  3. The Easy Breather has a natural lates version with an organic cotton cover.

  4. Firmness




    Neck Support




    Off Gassing


    Sleeps Cool


    They have a newer model on the website. Doesn’t appear to have the mesh sides anymore.

    How does the Easy Breather compare to the SpineAlign?

    1. The Sine Align is more of a specialized pillow. I still prefer the Easy Breather.

  5. Softer than down??? Is that really possible? I love my down pillows and can’t imagine anything better. Are you sure you didn’t mean softer than feathers?

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