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      Fun on the Water: Pool Floats, Inner Tubes & Rafts

      From your backyard pool to a backcountry watering hole, an inflatable raft or river tube ups your fun factor in the water. Find a variety of pool floats and river tubes at DICK'S Sporting Goods and get ready to make a splash.

      Learn about the different types of flotation devices available at DICK'S Sporting Goods:

      • Inner tubes are an essential boating accessory for your next trip to the lake. Many tubes are made of rugged rubber material for extra durability. For ease of use, many come with handles, ropes or cords.
      • Pool floats are the ultimate way to relax in your pool. Select from lounge chairs, water hammocks, rafts, inflatable lounges and much more. You can even stash drinks inside your own floating cooler.
      • Inflatable rafts can hold multiple swimmers for short adventures on the water.

      Shop inflatable rafts, tubes and more from brands like DBX®, Airhead® and others. Check out the entire collection of boating and water sports equipment at DICK'S Sporting Goods for more.

      Pool floats are designed for fun and available in a variety of shapes, sizes and constructions.

      A classic donut inner tube is great for floating down a lazy river. Look for details like plastic handles, attached ropes, molded cup holders and built-in mesh seats for added comfort during the ride. For convenience, choose a float or tube designed with a backrest.

      Keep in mind materials when selecting your inflatable pool device. The covering material of your float, tube or raft impacts its ride and durability. Nylon is commonly used in the construction of pool floats. This material comes in a variety of weights and thicknesses, referred to as the device's "denier." The larger the denier, the stronger the nylon. Polyester and PVC are also often used, as these materials provide both durability and resistance from the sun's rays.