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5 places to get large and unusual pool floats in Toronto

The current crop of pool floats available in Toronto prove that gone are the days of the black rubber tube or pool noodles. Say hello to giant emoji beds, inflatable pizza slices and white swans.

Here's a round-up of Toronto stores to pick up some inflatable fun.

Party Rock
This Avenue Road party and novelty shop has a good selection of floats from Big Mouth including donuts, flamingos and black and white swans ($40) as well as more loungy giant ice pops, pizza and popcorn ones ($44).

Rolo
This popular Yorkville shop is where to go to get a humongous pink flamingo ($40), pretzel ($20) or classic 3 flavour red, white, and blue popsicle ($20).

Treasure Island Toys
The Danforth toy store also gets their pool float stock from Big Mouth. Among the ones they carry are an insanely big Tears of Joy Emoji ($44), Junior Mints ($44) or a classic rubber duckie ($40).

KolKid
West Queen West's favourite hip kids store sells some of the same Big Mouth pool floats as the aforementioned shops including a gumball machine ($40), pineapple ($40) and chocolate glazed donut ($28).

Easy Tiger Goods
The well-curated Dundas West gift shop isn't for the budget conscious. Their large pool floats come in the shape of boobs and eyes and will set you back $115.

Add your favourite spot to order big inflatable pool toys to the comments.

Photo of the pool float at Lavelle by Jesse Milns.


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