SmithFly Cabana Raft
Your zen moment of Monday: the SmithFly Cabana Raft. Floating in the hot sun on a cool lake. Bobbing in the ocean with a daiquiri in one hand and a selfie stick in the other. Takin' the Cabana Raft down to the swimmin' hole, and takin' up 3/4 of the swimmin' hole with the Cabana Raft. Ahhhh. Close your eyes and picture it. Feel peace. Now, very slowly, open your eyes.
Yep, still heading into winter in the middle of a pandemic.
But the images of the Cabana Raft, they hold so much hope. So much promise of the future. Like, what could be next summer or - dare I say it? - spring break.
The Cabana Raft sits atop an 8' x 8' Shoal Floating Tent platform, the latter SmithFly's last great idea, which merges camping and floating, and puts your campsite on the water. For the Cabana Raft SmithFly eliminated one side of the raft tubes to make hauling the hundred-pound float in and out of the water a little easier. The Cabana Raft has a 6" drop-stitched PVC floor with EVA foam padding, and 8' of standing room under its 1000D coated nylon canopy. The subfloor is a Hypalon style fabric.