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This 15-Foot Rudolph Inflatable Brings the 'Island of Misfit Toys' To Your Lawn

Five-year-old-me would tear up when the other reindeer bullied Rudolph in the 'Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer' TV special. Now, I'm crying again many years later because I don't have a huge lawn for this 15-foot inflatable Rudolph outdoor piece.

Every neighborhood needs this outdoor Christmas decoration. This is probably my favorite Christmas inflatable of all time. Halloween and Thanksgiving, I love you, but I'm ready to drive through town and see this perfect holiday decoration in someone's yard. I'm so ready for Christmas!

The 15 ft Inflatable Rudolph

  • Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer remains in place with stakes and 20'-long tethers
  • integrated air pump inflates the display in three minutes
  • Pricing: $399.95
  • Made with durable tear-resistant polyester

The best spec on this airblown inflatable is that Rudolph's head moves side to side! His little pert tail even looks alert. His friendly expression is just so darn cute! The details are amazing. Look at his twin young antlers. Of course, I also have to call out his adorable bulbous red nose and large eyes.

The 15-ft Rudolph inflatable is available only at Hammacher Schlemmer. This adorable red-nosed reindeer is getting lots of love from Hammacher Schlemmer customers. A buyer gave the yard decoration a five-star rating and said, "Rudolph brings holiday joy to the entire neighborhood!" I bet!

Carolers are going to love this Christmas decor piece. Their jaws are going to drop when they realize Rudolph is 15 feet tall. Everyone knows Rudolph is a classic Christmas TV special, and anyone who loves it will be in awe of your outdoor decor.

Rudolph The Rednosed Reindeer - The Island of Misfit Toys

For more outdoor decoration and home decor, visit Home Depot, eBay, and Amazon. They have fantastic Christmas trees, Santa hats, snow globes, Santa Claus inflatables, Grinch inflatables, Disney yard decor, and more collectibles.

This post was originally published on October 16, 2020.

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