Featured Reviews on Mexican Hand Woven Hammocks
Beautiful bright colors!
Fits my hammock stand perfectly and looks to be the same quality as one I brought home from Guatemala years ago that eventually wore out. Please note as a single capacity hammock it is narrow compared to what you might see at a resort. If you like your hammock to wrap around you, you should look into a double.
Beautiful vibrant color
This is a beautiful hammock, however it?s severely mislabeled in its dimensions on the details section. (Over 35 inched) I have to return because it?s too long for my stand.
I love how soft it is compared to the one I replaced it with. It came with rope with a reinforced section and S hooks. The rope is great to use with carabiners as they are more secure than S hooks. Thank you so much!
Maya Artists of the Yucatan Hand-crafted Mayan hammocks
The Maya preferred to sleep and rest in hammocks. They considered the hammock to be like the loving embrace of a mother.
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