• Summer Coolest Pool Floats

    No more arguments about who gets the raft! The Labyrinth Island (PoolRafts.com, $83) can fit up to nine people.
  • Summer Coolest Pool Floats

    The Paddle Paws Pet Float (Overton's $45) is designed especiallyl for keeping Fido cool in the heat of summer. The raft resists puncture from doggie claws.
  • Summer Coolest Pool Floats

    For the preppy pool lover, check out this monogrammed float (Frontgate, $275). It remains fixed in an upright position for luxurious socializing, according to the site. There's of course a spot for your drink of choice, most likely a Tom Collins or a G&T.
  • Summer Coolest Pool Floats

    Finally, a raft built for two. No need to tether your floats together when you buy the Two Person Inflatable Nesting Cabana (Frontgate, $269).
  • Summer Coolest Pool Floats

    It's a bar . . . it's a cocktail table . . . it's a float . . .it's all three! The Sun Station (Frontgate, $100) transitions easily from submersible seating to a tabletop for entertaining in the pool or out. Umbrella not included.
  • Summer Coolest Pool Floats

    Who said flip flops are for feet? Flip flops are for floating, at least this one is. The Swim Time Marine Blue Flip Flop (Find & save, $21) is six feet long and has a built-in cup holder.
  • Summer Coolest Pool Floats

    If baseball's the unofficial sport of summer, than the Baseball Glove Float (Leslie's Swimming Pool Supplies, $20) is the unofficial raft of the baseball lover.
  • Summer Coolest Pool Floats

    Fun for the whole family! Get off the couch and into the pool with the kids this summer on the Sofa Island Lounger (Amazon, $50).
  • Summer Coolest Pool Floats

    Just try to keep the kids off this float. The Carousel Pool Float (Toysplash, $60) lets up to three kids pick from a seal, seahorse or snail to ride.
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