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A childhood classic,
reborn in 2019.

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

On a simple quest for beautiful design and good quality for their daughters, they would 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.

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Why Petites Pommes?

Petites Pommes strives to make the best floats in the world,  and to do so in a responsible manner:

  • Only use approved, durable materials and colours;

  • Extra fine seaming not to irritate delicate skin;

  • Meet the strictest international safety standards: *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


Why Petites Pommes?

Effort made to reduce environmental impact:

  • Timeless designs to survive ever-changing fashion and make them last for seasons;

  • Use of heavyweight material that stand the test of time;

  • Delivered with 100% recycled plastic where it is still necessary and an organic cotton bag for safe storage until its next use.;

  • A repair patch is included with all the floats for accidental small puncture. 

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.


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