Back Sleeper Pillows

Welcome to our selection of pillows for back sleepers. With a wide choice of fills, every back sleeper pillow in our range has been made with care and comes with the Soak&Sleep guarantee for quality and comfort. Keep your back sleeper pillow at its best with our range of quality pillow protectors.

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  1. Cotton Standard Pillow - Medium/Firm
    £17.50
    Was £35.00 Save 50%
    £17.50
  2. Hungarian Goose Down Standard Pillow Pair - Medium/Firm
    RRP £150.00 Save 5%
    £142.50
    £142.50
  3. New Zealand Wool Superking Pillow Pair - Medium/Firm
    £48.00
    Was £80.00 Save 40%
    £48.00
  4. Hungarian Goose Down Superking Pillow Pair - Medium/Firm
    RRP £200.00 Save 5%
    £190.00
    £190.00
  5. Cooling Chamber Standard Pillow Pair - Medium/Firm
    RRP £85.00 Save 22%
    £66.50
    £66.50
  6. 100% Canadian Goose Down Standard Pillow - Medium/Firm
    RRP £190.00 Save 21%
    £150.00
    £150.00
  7. Cooling Chamber Standard Pillow - Medium/Firm
    £26.26
    Was £35.00 Save 25%
    £26.26
  8. New Zealand Wool Standard Pillow - Medium/Firm
    £28.80
    Was £48.00 Save 40%
    £28.80
  9. Cotton Standard Pillow Pair - Medium/Firm
    £38.40
    Was £64.00 Save 40%
    £38.40
  10. Hungarian Goose Down Standard Pillow - Medium/Firm
    RRP £80.00 Save 6%
    £75.00
    £75.00
  11. 100% Canadian Goose Down Standard Pillow Pair - Medium/Firm
    RRP £380.00 Save 25%
    £285.00
    £285.00
  12. 80% Goose Down Square Size Pillow - Medium
    RRP £78.44 Save 30%
    £55.00
    £55.00
  13. Hungarian Goose Down Square Pillow - Medium/Firm
    RRP £90.00 Save 6%
    £85.00
    £85.00
  14. Hungarian Goose Down Superking Pillow - Medium/Firm
    RRP £105.00 Save 5%
    £100.00
    £100.00

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Customer Reviews

How high should a pillow be?

The height of your pillow depends on your sleeping position and your physical frame. Back sleepers and front sleepers will sleep best on a flatter pillow while side sleepers will sleep more comfortably on a side pillow. The smaller you are, the flatter your pillow should be, and vice-versa. You should be aiming for a pillow that allows your head and neck to rest in line with your spine. If you switch between your front and your back, use two soft support pillows so that you can use them both when you're on your back and discard one when you're on your front! For more information on choosing the perfect pillow, visit our pillow buying guide.

How long do pillows last?

A pillow will last for between one to five years depending on how it is made, what it is made with and how it is treated. After this time, the filling will flatten and will start to harbour unpleasant bugs and allergens which may affect your health. Synthetic pillows have the shortest life, while down-filled pillows last the longest. You can make your pillow last for longer by using a pillow protector and washing it occasionally. Find out more about keeping your pillow at its best in our pillow care guide.