A new summer model for Isidor

Isidor Seville the summer car pillow

Its cute pattern… or crunchy!

With its pretty little cherries it is the most delicious and summery of our Isidor car models! Its pattern appeals to young and old alike!

Its navy background gives it a completely trendy vintage look. This print is reminiscent of the flowing dresses of Andalusian dancers, evoking summer and the sun !

A fresh, soft and certified fabric

Ideal for summer travel, this cotton jersey is soft and fresh . In addition, it is OEKO-TEX® certified, so you can sleep soundly 😴. In the summer it's hot in the car, are you afraid of getting it dirty? No problem, like all our other models, the Seville pillowcase can be machine washed at 30°. And if your children have drooled on it, you can also put the pillow in the washing machine 😂

Ideal for going on vacation

Summer departures with family are always a bit stressful. We have to find something to occupy the children in the car and take everything we need so they can sleep (and give us a few hours of respite). No more big pillows, Isidor doesn't take up much space and it can stay attached to the headrest when not in use, so it's a discreet traveler but so useful for sleeping in the car !

Filling from recycling

This summer, think about doing good for our planet and future generations, collect plastic waste which is a scourge for the oceans and animals. Plastic bottles abandoned on the beach can still be recycled if they are placed in the appropriate bins. These bottles to which we offer a second life, once transformed into thread, are used as filling, for our Little Cadors for example! If you find 7 bottles on the beach, tell yourself that they could have filled an Isidor car pillow ...

Caution, risk of addiction

Only one problem with Isidor, we can't live without him. You take the risk that your children will want to hang it on their backpack every weekend. We are also told that some of them want to take it to sleep in their bed during the week, others for their nights at the campsite... Be careful, if it is your Isidor, you risk not seeing it again. so early 😄