TRC Recreation - Floatation - TRC Recreation Super Soft Pool Saddle  - Caribbean Coral
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TRC Recreation Super Soft Pool Saddle - Caribbean Coral

Price: $26.95  
Model: 4010669
Manufacturer: TRC Recreation
Weight: 11.00
Availability: In Stock

Manufacturer Part Number: 8590148
UPC Code: 016686105489

TRC Recreation Super-Soft Pool Saddle is a saddle-shaped design floating chair that is ideal for flotation and relaxing. Designed to allow the freedom of arms and legs for paddling around in a lake, pool, or for use in aquatic therapy. Can also be used as a soft, comfortable seat cushion. The user is suspended half-in and half-out of the water. Approximate Dimensions: 21” L x 21” W x 1½” Thick. This model comes in Caribbean Coral.
TRC Recreation Super Soft Pool Saddle  - Caribbean Coral

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