The soft, calming colors of the Gateway Mist Pillowtop Hammock lend a visual dimension to your relaxation. The real benefit of this hammock, however, is the supreme relaxation you will enjoy when you experience the pillowy comfort it provides.
The Hatteras Hammocks Gateway Mist Pillowtop Hammock is two layers of industry-leading synthetic fabrics lock stitched into seven individual horizontal pillows atop a thick center of nonabsorbent polyester hollowfill fiber manufactured from recycled plastic drink bottles. The top fabric layer is the Gateway Mist pattern in Sunbrella fabric; the bottom and side-binding are a solid neutral color, in our very own Duracord fabric.
Sunbrella and DuraCord are both fast-drying, and resistant to rot, mold, mildew and staining, as well as being remarkably colorfast, with a softness on par with cotton.
The fabric bed is framed by two thick spreader bars of richly hued, deeply grained unfinished South American cumaru, among the hardest, densest, prettiest woods on Earth. Often called Brazilian teak, cumaru naturally ages to a stately silver-gray.
The chains and hanging hardware are handsome, rust-resistant zinc-plated steel.
The ropes attaching the hanging hardware to the hammock bed are also DuraCord; we precision-wind all of our own rope ourselves, to exceed even the U.S. military's exacting specifications for strength.
**Stand Sold Separately!
- Superior Comfort Bed
- Made in the U.S.A
- Fabric is lockstitched atop ample cushions of resilient, nonabsorbent polyester hollowfill fiber, for heightened comfort and durability
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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