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A Series | Yekka Inflatable Pillow

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Reliable: Patent-pending technology facilitates unfailing rest and comfort. A reserve air chamber is integrated for its time of need without the expense of additional bulk and weight.

Ultralight: Advanced fabrics and an indented design make it a discrete addition to your pack.

Warmer: Patent-pending technology traps more heat because of an additional layer in the sleeping pad, creating a superb weight to warmth ratio.

Comfortable: Generous thickness, soft-touch fabrics and baffled internal structure provide unrivaled stability and support.

Ultra-Packable: Low-bulk materials make the Yekka Sleeping Pad mattress compact and as packable as a water bottle.

Yekka: The word Yekka means two in an Australian Aboriginal dialect.


Tech Specs



Air chambers



4.9 Oz or 140 g


16.1" or 410 mm

Width 25.1" or 640 mm 


3.7“ or 95 mm


20 D Nylon

Carry bag fabric 

230T recycled polyester (rPET)



Customer Reviews
4.6 Based on 16 Reviews
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Robyn O.
United States United States
Still have not received it.

I would review it if I ever get it.

Phillip M.
United States United States

I have tried it out on a couple camping trips , seems to work ok , it is a little cold on cool nights , could use a cover.

David L.
United States United States
Head rest

Slept like a baby with this pillow

Dave L.
Probably just right

Pillows are really personal, so it's tough to say 'this thing is perfect.' But it is a decent pillow -- nice size -- fits under the neck well, is wide enough to accommodate some adjustments, and if you don't over-inflate it, it's likely soft enough to get the job done. And it packs down small. There's not a ton more to say about it really. I don't know how strong it is - but then again, I'm using it as a pillow, not as a seat cushion or something that would have to survive an impact. It feels like it would probably pop if you jumped on it or you weigh over 200 pounds and decide to sit on it (although it may actually hold that). So, use it as a pillow, and you're likely to be perfectly satisfied with this thing.

Mark M.
Germany Germany
Good design

I slept on this pillow the first two nights after receiving it. It's no "MyPillow" by any means, but it's more comfortable than other inflatables I have tried. The two chamber concept is great. If a leak occurs only half (top or bottom) will lose air, the other half stays inflated so you're not left with a worthless item. I'll take this pillow when going hiking camping, but I'll stick to a bed pillow when I'm just going from truck to setup at a campground. One thing that does need improvement is the pillow is somewhat difficult to put back in the little carry bag. It needs to be just a smidge larger. Other than that, Rakaia has hit another homer out of the ballpark!