Put away the pool soaker guns and diving rings. It’s time to bring out the pool toys for adults (that make us feel like kids again). Here are a few fun pool toys for adults that you should add to your collection.
Dunk and Score
Coming in at 40 inches tall when inflated, this Basketball Hoop Set by Hoop Shark will generate hours of pure fun. The product is made of high-quality material and constructed with reinforced seams to ensure a long lifespan of fun in the water. The basketball that comes with the set is quite large and has a bit of heft to it, which helps keep the game challenging when shooting from all angles.
Surely everyone will remember this classic game of young adulthood. This time, you can take it to the water for an added challenge. Kick your pool party off with this 6 foot floating pong table complete with sideline cup holders, 6 pong balls, and 4 tethering grommets. Even better? When you aren’t hosting a pool full of people, this game table doubles as a floating lounger to simply catch some rays.
For the Competitive Set
Simply fill the Watermelon Ball with water then place it in the pool and watch it slowly sink and rise again. Now it’s up to you to devise an underwater version of football or play a pick-up game of water rugby.
When You’re Thirsty
It holds give cups, cans, or bottles along with a built-in ice serving chest. And don’t stress losing your breath over inflation; just turn a hairdryer on cold or borrow your child’s toy air pump to bring it to life.
Old School Favorite
This set features pole bases designed to add anchor weights if needed. Oh, and a repair kit is included in case things get out of hand (which they certainly will if combined with the beer pong float).
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