Featured Reviews on Rope Striped Hammocks
Well-made and comfortable!
The quality of this hammock is clear and I envision this lasting indoors and out for many years. I have mine indoors until the summer hits and its my new favorite spot, beating out my fancy Stressless chair! Its even comfortable with a bad lower back.
An absolutely beautiful addition to our yard!
The hammock is beautiful! The colors are brilliant when hanging among the trees and flowers in our backyard! It?s big enough for two but only used for one so far. A beautiful design and color combination.
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.
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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