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TRC Recreation Folding Baja Chair Foam Pool Float Aquamarine

Item# 268-TRC006-1-AF | Model# 6370128 | Added on May 19, 2017 |
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TRC Recreation Folding Baja Chair Foam Pool Float Aquamarine
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Measures 54L x 34W in.; seat measures 21W in.. Super soft foam base with weather-resistant vinyl coat. Full metal frame under convoluted foam. Offered in a variety of summer-inspired colors. Steel reinforced arms for greater durability. Back rest unfolds to comfy position and folds in for storage. Includes 2 cup holders. When out in the sun, it's important not to exert yourself too much. The TRC Recreation Folding Baja Chair Foam Pool Float has your health and safety (as well as sanity) in mind. Drawing on your undying desire to relax in a pool, they've designed a sturdy, well supported foam chair with two drink holders and a convoluted foam base. Steel reinforces the structure, but you won't feel that. Only the soft foam head pillow and convoluted bumps are noticeable. And when you're ready to take it along, this model folds neatly for quick storage and transportation. About Texas RecreationTexas Recreation is an American based manufacturer of pool accessories, floating aids, and safety equipment. Their innovative pool lounging products are particularly notable for their comfort, something often lacking in this style of product. And though lounges, chairs, and the like are their main attraction, Texas Recreation has loads of products geared towards exercise, spas, novelties, even flotation swimwear. And perhaps best of all, their environmentally conscious manufacturing process puts a premium on recycling and puts them in good standing with the environment and their customers ... read more
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