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Kea Lani 100% Wild Kapok Pillow (Organic Cotton Ticking) (Made in USA)
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  • Organic Ticking Kapok Pillow. Made in USA.
  • Sizes: 12x21" Bolster, 12x16" Travel, 17x17" Sofa, 20x20" Sofa, 20x26" (Standard), 20x30" (Queen), 20x36" (King).
  • Choice of Soft, Medium, Firm Loft
  • Optional Zipper to access content


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Wild Kapok Pillow

Our wild-crafted kapok pillows are special. Kapok is a big tropical tree that yields puffs of downy cotton-like materials that have been used for centuries to fill bedding (see our video below). We select only the finest wild kapok down to use in our handmade sustainable kapok pillows.

Unlike silk and down, which kapok resembles, our kapok is completely natural and vegan and 100% plant-based. Our chemical-free kapok pillow feels like a cross between down and silk pillow and cotton pillow. It's soft and resilient like silk and down but not as firm as cotton.

Our vegan 100% kapok pillows provide an attractive 100% natural alternative to cotton-filled and wool-filled pillows.

The kapok pillow is extremely rare and unique. The ticking is made with 100% organic cotton fabric. Kapok trees grow in rain-forest climates. They grow wild all over Thailand and Singapore. They produce a filling that retains its springiness better than cotton and come out ready to use, without further processing.

Kapok trees are HUGE trees (similar in size to oak and maple and walnut trees). Our kapok fill is wild-harvested from these gigantic trees, so no organic certification is necessary (the same way that one would not certify an oak tree organic). No pesticides, no GMO, just wondrous wild beauty of a truly natural product that comes ready to use from nature.

Optional 100% organic cotton pillowcases also available. Plus, organic linen pillowcases, organic hemp pillowcases, and organic cotton pillowcases in different fabrics are also available in the respective sheets modules.

Question of natural and organic kapok: Kapok trees are equivalent to forest trees like oak, cedar, and fir. They grow to tremendous heights and widths in the tropics. They are not commonly cultivated like cotton, but instead they are typically wild-harvested in their natural habitat. So they are natural and organic, they are just not certified as such, as certification is more commonly aimed at cultivated crops like corn and cotton which normally require fertilizers and pesticides. Kapok does not need either, in the same way that oak trees and cedar trees in the wild do not.

Made in the US. Sweatshop-free. Free shipping within the 48 contiguous states. To all other destinations shipping is $20.

Where to buy wild kapok pillow? At Rawganique of course. We are the best place to buy wild kapok pillow because we have been the purveyor and industry leader in chemical-free, animal-friendly organic bedding since 1997.

Please Note: It normally takes 1 week for us to custom-make organic case pillows for you. When production has finished, your order will be another week in transit before reaching you. From time to time, we may have stock of the popular sizes, in which case your order will be shipped out the same or next business day you place your order.
Wild Organic Kapok Bed Pillow by Rawganique
Handmade Organic Kapok Pillow by Rawganique.co Since 1997
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Average Rating: Average Rating: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Kapok, Cotton and Buckwheat Hull Pillows September 4, 2018
Reviewer: Alice Reakes from Gainesville, FL United States  
I now have one of each of the above pillows, and love them all.  I think the buckwheat hull pillow was my favorite before my crazy allergies took a turn for the worse because it smells wonderful and can be molded to perfectly fit whichever position you are sleeping.  The cotton pillow packs down a little but is still soft, lighter in weight than the buckwheat hulls, and completely non-allergenic.  It works well as a reading pillow, too.  The kapok stuffing is the softest and fluffiest, and has an almost silky feeling, but tends to shift around in the pillowcase the most (which can sometimes but not always be a good thing). I'd highly recommend any of them for a comfortable, allergy-free night's sleep (I've noticed an improvement with nasal/sinus congestion and seem to breathe a little easier, too!).

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