A handsome thatchlike weave, plus roominess, durability and comfort for days -- our Soft Weave line of hammocks is all that, and more!
But don't just take our word for it. Says Hatteras Soft Weave Hammock owner K.D. of Washington state, in an online review posted under the heading "Best Hammock Ever":
"I ordered one of these hammocks several years ago for our vacation home where it has taken a lot of abuse and been well used. It's still in great condition (we even accidentally left it out in the winter snow for a month!) Top quality hammock. Wouldn't consider anything else. Easy to maintain, just hose it down when necessary, doesn't fade, sag or lose its shape and is super comfortable for two people. Buying another one today for our other home! Well worth the price!"
Our Soft Weave Hammocks are woven from soft, all-weather acrylic fabric that's resistant to staining, rot, mold and mildew, and with a 1-inch center layer of polyester fiberfill batting, for added comfort. Fabric thread is solution-dyed, so the deep Navy color isn't applied afterward through washing or dipping, but goes in during the making of the thread fiber itself, becoming a permanent part of the fiber.
Unfinished cumaru hardwood spreader bars and zinc-plated steel hanging hardware make this pretty relaxation package that much prettier, and more weather-durable, still.
Don't forget the matching Navy Soft Weave Hammock Pillow!
**Stand and Pillow Sold Separately!
- DuraCord material
- Confirmed Cushiony Comfort!
- Poly-bonded thread for quilting
- Spreader bars are solid unfinished South America cumaru
- Fits 2 or more people
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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