AIRHEAD Lazy Lagoon

AIRHEAD Lazy Lagoon


The AIRHEAD Lazy Lagoon is an inflatable island that allows you to kick back and relax with all your friends.


  • Lightweight and Portable
  • Two Boarding Handles
  • Air Cushioned Wrap Around Backrest
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Kick Back and relax with all your friends on the LAZY LAGOON inflatable island. The unique round seating configuration features a central swim opening in the middle to dip your toes in when it's time to cool off. The air cushioned wrap around backrest provides comfortable support and the 2 boarding handles make it simple to climb onboard from the water. There are 3 grommets around the perimeter to tie on a floating cooler, anchor to the bottom, or tether the island to a dock or shore. Inflate in no time with patented Speed Safety Valves and get lazy at the pool, lake or beach this summer.


  • Heavy-Gauge PVC Bladder with RF welded seams
  • 3 grommet tie offs
  • 6 Person capacity
  • 102 in. diameter (deflated)


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