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Gigantic Inflatable Climbing Iceberg won’t sink the Titanic (just your wallet)

Ever felt like climbing Mt Everest, but couldn’t get the money together to do it? If you have an extra $6,000 on hand, you may want to look into the Gigantic Inflatable Climbing Iceberg. Sure, it may not be as tall as Mt. Everest, but that doesn’t mean that you won’t get to fulfill all of those climbing fantasies.

This giant mountain of white commercial grade 28 oz PVC fabric is ironically used only in the summer, as it’s not meant for cold weather. This material is not only durable, but is also a lot more comfortable than a real iceberg. Three sides of the floating giant have handholds in various spots to make climbing a challenge, but the fourth side if completely smooth to make for an easy slide down into the water. It definitely looks to be difficult standing at 14 feet, and having 3,920′ cu. of climbing and sliding available to you. Although, the biggest question would be where to store this thing in the off seasons.

Scott – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


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