The pseudo-distribution formalism is one such lattice methodology capable of extracting light-cone distributions from matrix elements of suitably constructed Euclidean non-local operators of a spacelike extent. Leveraging the distillation spatial smearing program, we extract the unpolarized isovector quark distribution of the nucleon via a direct 1-loop matching of the Ioffe-time pseudo-distribution and model PDFs. We benchmark the efficacy and systematics inherent to this choice by also extracting the PDF from the matched light-cone Ioffe-time distribution. The tempering of excited-states and improved spatial sampling afforded by distillation is likewise seen to allow for a meaningful simultaneous determination of the isovector quark and sea-quark distributions. Comparisons with phenomenological determinations are made.