Almost everyone has heard of a bean bag chair. The chair that you’d try to sit on but you’d slide off into a heap on the floor, wondering how something that looked so innocent could be such a challenge. Bean bag chairs were a hugely popular form of furniture during the late 1960’s, early 1970’s and again in the mid 1990’s (about the same time the Pet Rock made a revival). Bean bag chairs are essentially made up of a fabric shell filled with small chunks of PVC pellets or Polystyrene beads, also known as Styrofoam, which are stiff and crushable. Everyone remembers bean bag chairs as being fun, but if you really think about it, they were kind of annoying and there was always a lump in the wrong place or wedged…uncomfortably. After only a couple of years use, the “beans” within a bean bag chair will become compressed and need to be refilled in order to bulk the chair back up. On average, a bag of refillable “beans” can retail anywhere from $20 up to several hundred dollars, depending on how much you need to refill your bean bag chair.
Wouldn’t it be great to have a bean bag chair that’s super-comfy, uncrushable, and doesn’t need refills? While that’s not possible, we have something even better. Foam Floor Bags, available exclusively at the FoamSource, are filled with a patented and formulated blend of latex, memory foam and high density polyurethane foam. Urethane foam is the same material used in quality sofa cushions, but in order to experience maximum comfort, we’ve shredded it before putting it into our Foam Floor Bags. The exclusive blend of latex, memory foam and high density polyurethane foam does not break down or lose its shape as is common with bean bag chairs filled with polystyrene beads. Our Foam Floor Bags will never lose their fullness and never have to be refilled