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  • PopFoam is an EVA Foam Manufacturer of Injection Molded Closed-Cell EVA Polyolefin Foam Products.

    PopFoam is lightweight, 100% waterproof and is virtually indestructible. Our process is referred to as Injection Molded EVA foam. PopFoam makes proprietary compounds customized for each of our customer’s needs. With PopFoam, discover chemically resistant and durable molded foam.

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MONSTER COOLER

Keeping drinks cold longer

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  • Kneepad

    The Popfoam Kneepad offers two different hardness's; one for comfort, and one for toughness and protection.

  • Rowing Shoes

    These unique rowing shoes were made to be lightweight and function well in a water environment.

  • Drink Dingy

    The Drink Dingy, is a floating holder for ones drink. PopFoam was chosen for it’s feather-light weight.

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    3 Ways to Defend Your Design Against Knockoffs

    3 Ways to Defend Your Design Against Knockoffs   Chinese manufacturing has created a number of ongoing issues for today’s designers. First and foremost is the flood of low-cost knockoffs that saturate the market and dilute the customer base. Even designers with patents and intellectual property protections on their products face competition from copycats.   […] Read more >>

  • Why Product Design Is a Collaborative Puzzle Process

    Why Product Design Is a Collaborative Puzzle Process

    Some 5,000 years ago, the first designers to make ice skates used bones to fashion the blades. The design worked — to a point. But in 1914, blade maker John E. Strauss of St. Paul, Minnesota, manufactured a closed-toe blade from a  single piece of steel. The skates were stronger and lighter. That’s when skaters could really […] Read more >>