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Additional featuresHanging hardware not includedWeight capacity: 400 lbs.Overall length: 13 ft. 9 in.Hanging distance min/max: 9 ft. 2 in./13 ft. 9 in. The XL Navy Jacquard Hand Woven Brazilian Hammock provides superb comfort and style fitting of a beautiful Brazilian getaway. Meant for a large open space this rope hammock is authentically hand-woven in Brazil from comfortable cotton in a geometric navy blue jacquard print. You and the kids can swing in this extra-large backyard hammock keeping in mind the 400 lb. weight capacity. Like a cozy blanket this hammock has a white rope fringe hanging from the sides for a unique style element.About Ramalho TextilesCombining old-style quality with innovation Ramalho Textiles is one of the original pioneers of hammock construction in Brazil. Founded in 1944 Ramalho Textiles has stayed at the forefront of the market. Their goal is to spread and preserve the tradition of the hammock in Brazil and the world.

 

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Additional featuresHanging hardware not includedWeight capacity: 400 lbs.Overall length: 13 feet 9 inchesHanging distance min/max: 9 ft. 2 in./13 ft. 9 in. Relax with some good friends in the XL Rustica Stripe Hand Woven Brazilian Hammock with Fringe. This oversized hammock will have you feeling like you’re on vacation with its Brazilian style. It is authentically hand-woven from comfortable cotton in a rustic red-and-orange striped design. The weaving is done by talented Brazilian artisans. Up to three people can swing in this extra-large backyard hammock. Like a cozy blanket this hammock has a red rope fringe hanging from the sides for a unique style element.About Ramalho TextilesCombining old-style quality with innovation Ramalho Textiles is one of the original pioneers of hammock construction in Brazil. Founded in 1944 Ramalho Textiles has stayed at the forefront of the market. Their goal is to spread and preserve the tradition of the hammock in Brazil and the world.

 

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