The Bean Bag Boys Marine White Bean Bag Chair is a great option for any environment with it's unique vinyl material. A comfortable and fun choice for sitting or lounging!
The Marine White Bean Bag includes premium choice of vinyl that is easily cleaned with soap and water, mildew and anti fungal resistant, UV protected, oil stain resistant, and double stitching with clear nylon for added strength. On top of all that, this bean bag is a 100% recyclable product. The pear shaped design of the chair offers back support or rounded appearance as needed.
If you are looking for a way to make your house a little more fun and exciting, this bean bag is the perfect start!
- UV Protected
- Easily Cleaned with Soap and Water
- Mildew and Anti Fungal Resistant
- Oil Stain Resistant
- Double Stitched With Clear Nylon
Sit Duration: hours
Meets or exceeds ANSI/BIFMA standards: yes
Dimensions: View Specs Guide
Overall: 30"W x 30"H x 30"D
Circum.: 112" approx.
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The Bean Bag Boys started way back in 1990 because they noticed that the only bean bag chairs you could buy were horribly designed, yucky colored, and grossly inferior quality. They thought that wasn't right.
They started by scouring the market for the best sources of materials, lead-free vinyl inks, recycled filler and other components. Then, they added our "We won't quit until we're finished!" design team. Ideas, designs, colors and teamwork began to take shape.
Finally, they grouped together purchasing, design, marketing, and production all in one room. It was interesting to say the least... The rest is history...