*Stand and Pillow are sold separately. Item is for the hammock only!
Family time in front of the TV again? Maybe not once you own a Nags Head Extra Wide Size Antique Brown Oatmeal Heirloom Tweed Duracord Rope Hammock!
At 5 feet wide and 13 feet long, you'll be piling the gang all in during the cool-down hours at the end of the day, to talk and sway the evening away. And you can trust us to hold you and all of yours up.
We hand-weave our hammocks using almost twice the rope as other companies do, finishing things off with some of the heaviest hanging hardware in the business our Admiral Hammock will hold up to 450 pounds!
It's cumaru hardwood spreader bar ages naturally to a beautiful silver grey without losing any of its durability.
One little warning: Dont be surprised on summer nights to find a gaggle of neighborhood kids in this hammock, once word gets out you have it. A great, big hammock is a guaranteed kid magnet!
Our very own DuraCord, blends the softness of cotton with the durability of polyester. DuraCord is made in North Carolina, this combination yields a rope that has excellent color steadfastness and superior feel. DuraCord is dyed when spun, producing a rope that is colored all the way through. Like a carrot when sliced open, DuraCord has the same color on both the inside and the outside. Our DuraCord rope is the densest rope on the hammock market at 85 ft./lb., this results in less stretching and increased support when relaxing in your hammock.
Cumaru Spreader Bar
We use Cumaru, similar to Teak is 5 times harder and denser than pine, cedar, and redwood. Cumaru hardwood has a history of outstanding outdoor performance. Even after years of use, our Cumaru hardwood ages naturally to a beautiful silver grey without losing any of its durability. Our Cumaru Spreader bars are a full 1 inch thick, compared to most other competitor’s spreader bars that measure at ⅞ inch. A thicker spreader bar allows more holes for rope, allowing the hammock bed to sit firmly on the hammock. Our spreader bars also feature countersink drilled holes. Countersink drilling is a technique that uses a trumpet drill bit that produces a hole with no hard angles, allowing the rope to pass through without any sharp edges to wear the rope.
All of our Rope Hammocks are Handwoven by highly trained weavers that have mastered the technique of the Double-Latch Weave. This technique is best described when individual ropes pull against each other to produce a lattice-like design, thus eliminating the need for knots within the rope bed itself. We use 15% more rope than our competitors, which provides a sturdier hammock bed for complete relaxation.
We only use Galvanized Steel hanging hardware including the two tree hooks that come standard with our hammocks. Galvanized Steel hardware is used for added support and superior rust protection to ensure a longer outdoor life. Our very own One-piece ring-knot and chain, a product of years of development, permanently attaches the chain to the O-ring. This produces a hammock that is more durable and most importantly makes it impossible to lose the chain.
Note: Don't worry if your own Nags Head Hammocks Rope Hammock at first seems a little shorter than its advertised length; your hammock will soon reach its full length through natural stretching from initial use.