Pool Float Shaped Like A Golf Cart Even Includes A Removable Sun Shade
The sun shade means you can keep cool — and unburned — for hours of floating!
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While it remains to be seen if we’ll be hanging out at crowded beaches this summer, there are still ways to enjoy the warm weather, even while avoiding close contact with others.
In fact, summer brings about a perfect tool for social distancing: pool floats! Not only are they a relaxing summer accessory, but pool floats can help you maintain a safe distance from others while enjoying some time in a pool or lake.
And there’s no shortage of variety when it comes to floats, so there’s one to suit every personality and mood. Perhaps sloths or mermaids are your thing. Or maybe a retro convertible is more your style.
Or, for all the golf aficionados out there, the golf cart pool float by Funboy is a great new float option. The float fits two people and even has a removable fringe-lined mesh sunshade.
It also comes with two cup-holders to keep your drinks firmly in place and a tether to secure the float to a dock, boat or other stationary object.
The golf cart pool float inflates and deflates in just two minutes. Because it is 5.5 feet long, you’ll need a lake or large pool to float around in comfortably.
The float costs $129, with 20% of the profits going to Feeding America to support food banks that are helping those suffering from hunger during the COVID-19 crisis. Shipping is free on orders of $149 or more, or $6 on orders less than $149.
You can even find some pretty epic pool floats at Sam’s Club, though most of those are for up to six people, and they may be tough to fill this summer. You can always use them with fewer people, however, giving you lots of room to lounge around.
Will you be ordering any fun pool floats this summer?
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