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Additional featuresZinc-plated hanging hardware includes 2 tree hooks and 2 S hooksBeige-colored ropes are also all-weather fade-resistant DuraCordResists fading staining rot mold and mildewHammock stand sold separatelyWeight capacity: 450 lbs.Overall length: 13 feetOverall dimensions: 13L x 4.5W feetIncludes 1-year warranty The Pawleys Island Portland Dots Large Quick-Dry Fabric Hammock features a simple design that will play tricks with your mind. Are those white dots forming a series of squares or lines? You can decide for yourself while relaxing comfortably on a single layer of all-weather solution-dyed cotton-soft DuraCord fabric in navy blue that dries quickly to resist a few splashes from the pool. The weather-resistant fabric hammock from Pawleys Island is tough enough to resist the elements in order to provide comfort for years to come. White-oak spreader bars are hand-dipped multiple times in honey-gold marine spar varnish.How does DuraCord differ from other fabrics?DuraCord is a hybrid fiber due to the many alterations that are made to its base ingredient. It is manufactured in a much smaller denier size meaning individual fibers are smaller making more fibers per yarn. The fibers go through a special texturizing process to give it its soft-to-the-touch cotton-like feel. Fibers are de-lustered to take away the shiny look of the yarn and give it a cotton-like look. DuraCord fabrics are abrasion resistant easy to clean stain resistant color fast fade resistant and have 1000+ hours of UV resistance. The DuraCord fibers have the properties to make them durable for long outdoor life but without the synthetic feel.About Pawleys IslandIn 1889 the Original Pawleys Island Rope Hammock was created at Pawleys Island one of the oldest summer resorts on the South Carolina coast. When river boat pilot Captain Joshua John Ward found the grass-filled mattresses on his boat too hot in the summer he decided to make a cool and comfortable cotton rope hammock to use on his b


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