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If spending more time outdoors is on your list for summer this year (ideally poolside, lakeside or beachside, of course), consider adding a giant pool float for you and all of your friends to your summer shopping list.
Yes, you might be familiar with Funboy’s Insta-worthy pool floats and kiddie pools, thanks to the Kardashian-Jenner family posting about them on Instagram. But did you know about one of its biggest floats the brand offers?
Last year, the 10-foot long and 7-feet wide Funboy Cabana Dayclub float sold out in just four days and garnered a 10,000-person waitlist, according to the brand’s public relations team. Luckily, just in time for whatever your version of 2021’s #hotgirlsummer may be, the Cabana float is back. It’s one of Funboy’s largest floats ever made, and it even comes with a cooler in the middle of it to store enough beverages for hours.
While the price is a little steep, it’s one of those little luxurious that just might be worth it for this summer, especially since it can hold up to four people. With built-in cup holders and “foot-baths,” you can keep your drinks in place and cool off while still staying seated on the float.
Made with an entry pad and eight handles, you can easily make your way onto the float. It even comes with a tether rope if you want to tie to a dock. And if you’re packing it for a boat day on the lake, you don’t have to worry about how you’ll carry it — it comes with a mesh carry bag, and you can purchase an accompanying air pump to blow the float up in less than eight minutes.
But if relaxing alone is more your style, Funboy also offers more affordable, single-person floats that are perfect for pool lounging — and just as adorable.
Funboy Clear Rainbow Chaiser Pack, $149 (Orig. $158)
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