Herschel Supply Microbead Pillow

Herschel Supply Microbead Pillow
Herschel Supply Microbead Pillow
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Microbead Pillow by Herschel Supply
Fend off neck pain while taking red eye flights with the Herschel Micro Bead Pillow. The microbead filling provides soft, comfortable support for your neck and head during long flights or layovers.

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SKU: HRS00KM
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