The Beach Behemoth was first recorded in writing by Spanish conquistadors in 1521, as they observed several native populations worshipping the gargantuan orbs as minor sun gods. In awe of the Behemoth’s remarkable stature, the conquistadors named it El Gigante. Then they all had a rockin’ beach party.
Measuring a ridiculous 12 feet from pole to pole, the Beach Behemoth is the largest beach ball you might ever behold. And despite its gargantuan proportions, it soars through the air and floats on water just like a regular beach ball, only it is much, much gianter. Made of thick, 30mil vinyl, don’t be afraid to get a little rough—the Behemoth can handle it. We recommend you inflate your Behemoth with an electric pump. The only human to ever attempt manual inflation is our intern, Stefano, and he’s still blowing to this day.