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An innovative reimagining of our much-loved hanging-chair style of single swing, amplified both in attractiveness and cushiony comfort. Settle back into one of these eye-pleasing, designed-durable, grommet-contoured delights expecting comfort in proportion to modest size, and prepare yourself for a wonderful relaxation surprise!
Plush enough for ya? We took the extravagant idea of a hanging outdoor bed and added enough gentle slope for relaxed upright reclining, stitching the bountiful cushions from our own high-performance DuraCord fabric. The result? A cottony-soft swinging seat of pillowy comfort, with curvy, polished white-oak armrests exquisitely framing both sides. We made the whole thing roomy enough for two, since this much unabashed luxury would just be ungracious not to share! (Also available: Hatteras OutdoorsÂ® Double Swings, handcrafted from exotic cumaru wood and tightly woven DuraCordÂ® rope.)
Proof that compact need hardly mean confining! While taking up extremely little space, our innovative single swings never feel small. The generous back and seat cushions of padded all-weather fabric, at 2-feet-square apiece, are just part of this surprising sense of spaciousness. Greater credit goes to the 40-inch solid-cumaru spreader bar overhead, which braces the cottony-soft, weather-tough DuraCordÂ® hanging ropes open wide, creating the lavish sensation that these inspired single swings actually get bigger the higher up they go.
Some folks are just hammock folks, enraptured of that cradling sense of softly swaying from side-to-side. For others, the hammock swing is the thing, that steady, upright, front-to-back locomotion. But at Hatteras, weâ€™ve always considered the hammock and hammock swings as two parts of the same whole in our ongoing goal of relaxation intensification â€“ to us, swings are just hammocks with wings! Thatâ€™s why our two styles of luxuriant, leg-dangling leisure are so richly imbued with the many lessons weâ€™ve learned from nearly four decades of intensive hammock-making innovation.