According to the safety label, this float has a capacity of 100 kg, or 220 pounds. I weigh almost that much and it's nowhere near overloaded with me on it, though I did overinflate it a bit to achieve this level of dignity LOL. It floats a friend more than twice my size with less dignity, but it holds her, too. It isn't big enough for both of us, and we pretty much sank it trying, but it survived us both trying to get on it :) But the heaviest person to use the french fry float weighs more than 600 pounds. We added even more air to support him and he still just about sank it, but it floated him and it didn't pop. Outside the pool all three of us sat on it and it didn't break. This thing is crazy sturdy. Unfortunately the big safety label is printed on the top surface of the raft. It would be nice if it was on the back, but I suppose it wouldn't be as alarming there, would it? The label isn't pictured in the product photos.