Who says inflatable pools are only for kids?
Designed for adults who know how to have fun and don't want to compromise their style.
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"This is the summer's must have accessory"
"Use it as a functional focal point during your next backyard barbecue."
"There's no more striking design for a mini pool than one reminiscent of modern art"
"This beautiful sage green pool is summer fun, all grown up"
"We're partial to the black and white gridded Original"
Maximize your outdoor space
Self care, pool parties, cooling down.
Our pool will upgrade your space functionally and aesthetically.
"Super easy to inflate, durable, and incredibly chic. I love it because it looks good in my yard and my kids love it because it's really fun. Best Purchase I made all summer"”
"It comes in this adorable reusable bag which I love! We let the pool dry out, deflated it and then folded it back up into the bag for next summer!"”
"This inflatable pool from Mylle is a superb pool! It comes with information and storage bag so you can easily store! The design is beautiful!"”
How many gallons does a Mylle pool hold?
Mylle inflatable pools hold 100 gallons of water when filled to maximum capacity.
How many people can fit in a Mylle pool?
Is the bottom padded?
No. Padded bottoms are much less durable, and we designed our pool to be the most durable possible to last longer. If you need extra padding we suggest one of our Mats, which are designed to complement our pool designs.
Why are Mylle pools more expensive than what I see at a big box store?
We are quite likely the smallest inflatable company in the market. All of our pools are manufactured small batch. Often the pools you find in the $30 range are manufactured by the millions. We also only produce with phthalate-free, BPA-free, lead free vinyl in factories with proven safe and responsible working conditions, and that is just more expensive to do.
Why do you always sell out?
We believe in small production and not over-manufacturing, which is a leading cause of waste. We don’t want to produce more than our customers need or produce too much and promote over-consumption. But sometimes that means we under produce. We are still finding the right inventory balance that aligns with our goal of responsibly producing.