Questions to consider when choosing Hammocks Rada: Handmade Yucatan Hammock
Is this what you need when you buy Hammocks Rada: Handmade Yucatan Hammock?
Hammocks Rada started as a small operation in 1974 and has expanded into a business with thousands and thousands of high-quality handmade hammocks in stock, with more being woven every day.
Maximize your downtime with a travel-friendly weighs under three pounds Yucatan Hammock with threads produced in Yucatan, Mexico. Woven together by local Mayan artisans in Central America using a technique perfected over centuries, the matrimonial size and the tightly woven fabric blends utility with the ultimate in comfort. Sway many afternoons away with a cotton center that can contour to your body and fits most 12.5 ft. – 13 ft. stand for convenient comfort, anytime, anywhere.
3 Beneficial Features
With about 7 feet in length of comfortable cotton space, and a capacity of up to 550 pounds there s plenty of room for anyone you want to share a lazy Sunday or even, let s say a Tuesday with.
While you ll want to take it out of harm s way during a storm, the handwoven technique and cotton/nylon blend were combined to last as a place you can rest your head for many seasons to come.
With a woven cotton center made to contour to your body, and solid nylon supporting the ends, this Yucatan Hammock was made as a weather-resistant place you ll likely love lounging in for hours.
Customer reviewsListing on Amazon desperately needs updating with dimensions of hammock
I ordered this hammock to use with a 14' stand. I based the purchase on the reviews and Q A section for information on whether it should work on that size stand, since the description on Amazon does not list the actual size of the hammock anywhere that I could find. I found many reviews and answers where people said it worked on anything from 12' up to 15' stands, so that led me to believe it would fit a 14' stand. Turns out that was incorrect. When I tried to put it onto the stand, without using the chains, just the carabiners at the ends, as soon as I sat on it my rear end was on the floor I ended up having to tie 5 knots into the ends of the strings to shorten it up enough to keep me off the floor. The problem with that is that it caused the sides to close in so that you can't lay at an angle on it to get it to flatten out, so you end up looking like a banana taco, in a curve between two high and tight side walls. Not a comfortable position.