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Petites Pommes

With a shared passion for iconic design, Petites Pommes’ founders Celine and Anna launched their very first float in Denmark, in 2019. 

On a simple quest for beautiful design and good quality for their daughters, they could only find generic floats that would break after just a week of holidays. From that, an idea was born: to enhance the design and quality of a childhood classic - the swim ring. Celine and Anna set out to develop a collection of timeless inflatables with an aesthetic so familiar and simple that it transcends ever-changing fashion.

Today, their colourful stripes have evolved into a distinctive range of premium-quality floats that subtly elevate those special moments at the beach and in the pool. 

Petites Pommes want to make the best floats in the world.

It takes a lot of hard work to make something simple. At Petites Pommes, they strive to make the best floats in the world,  and to do so in a responsible manner. Therefore, they only use approved, durable materials and colours, extra fine seaming not to irritate delicate skin, and ensure that they meet the strictest international safety standards*.

They take responsibility for their impact, and that is why their products have a timeless design and heavyweight material. They design their floats to survive ever-changing fashion and strive to make them last for seasons. While they haven't found the answer to all their challenges yet, they work hard towards improving where they can, and look for ways in which they can minimise the environmental footprint. This year, they have removed all single-use plastic in their packaging, and replaced it with 100% recycled plastic where it is still necessary. Their floats are delivered in an organic cotton bag for safe storage until its next use. Should you accidentally suffer a small puncture, a repair patch is included with all their floats.


All Petites Pommes floats are produced in a resistant PVC free of BPA and phthalates. Why PVC? This is still the material with the unique properties needed to produce a safe and watertight inflatable swim ring. However, they follow the developments in this area closely, and hope that there will soon be an alternative available. 
Once it is possible, they are committed to participate in order to keep working towards a more sustainable industry. 

*EN71-1:2014 + A1:2018; EN 71-2:2011 + A1:2014; EN 71-3:2019; AS/NZS ISO 8124-1:2019 + Amd 1:2020 + Amd 2:2020; AS/NZS ISO 8124-2 2016; AS/NZS ISO 8124-3:2021 JFSL; EC No. 1907/2006 (REACH Annex XVII) + EU 2018/2005 ASTM F963-17; EN 13138-1:2014; AS/NZS 1900:2014 + A1:2015 AU Consumer Goods (Swimming and Flotation Aids) Safety Standard 2017 JFSL; ASTM F963-17; CPSIA; EN 71-8:2018; Consumer Goods Safety Standard 2013 for Portable Swimming Pools. 

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