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SportsStuff Noodler Pool N' Beach Lounges

SportsStuff Noodler Pool N' Beach Lounges

Description

The SportsStuff Noodler Pool N' Beach Lounges are comfortable mesh seatings to float in the water.

Features

  • Contoured inflatable arm and backrests
  • Molded cup holder for easy access to beverages
  • Speed safety valve for fast inflation and deflation
List Price
$29.99
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$22.91
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Relax with the Noodler Lounge from SPORTSSTUFF. Cool off, kick back and enjoy the comfort mesh seating while utilizing the built in cup holder to holster your favorite beverage. You can also flip the Noodler over and have a custom belly board to splash up some fun with! If you want relaxation at the pool, beach, or lake, then the Sportsstuff Noodler Lounge is your ticket to serenity.

Features:


  • Heavy-Gauge PVC U-Shape Construction
  • Contoured Inflatable Arm and Backrests
  • Comfort Mesh Seating
  • Use as a Lounge or Flip it over for a Floating Belly Board
  • Great for Pools, Beaches, Lakes, and Calm Rivers
  • Molded Cup Holder for Easy Access to Your Favorite Beverage
  • Speed Safety Valve for Fast Inflation and Deflation
  • 1 Person Maximum Capacity
  • 200 LBS. (90KG) Max Capacity
  • Inflated Length: 36in
  • Inflated Width: 36in
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
SportsStuff Noodler Pool N' Beach Lounges 54-1851 Noodler beach lounge, fits one person
$22.91
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SportsStuff Noodler Pool N' Beach Lounges 54-1852 Noodler beach lounge, fits two people
$36.65
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