A hang-anywhere Nylon Parachute Double Hammock. Made of 100% Parachute Nylon, weighs in at 28 oz. and is fast drying.
A Starter Rope Kit is included. The rope is 5 mm rope thickness cord (Two 5 ft long chords). The Carabiners are Nautical-Grade, so they hold up to inclement weather. Capacity of 400 lbs. This hammock is 20% bigger than a normal-sized double hammock. The dimensions -are 10’6″ x 6’6″ wide. Grand Trunks stands behind everything they sell with a Lifetime Warranty. If you feel the need to upgrade the rope kit, hang that hammock with Trunk Straps or the tree friendly Tree Slings.
Parachute Double Hammock Features
Stronger, lighter and more compact than any other 11′ hammock
Weather-proof fabric for any adventure
Ultra-soft, breathable and fast drying for maximum comfort
Built-in stuff sack for stress-free travel
2 lightweight aluminum carabiners included
Quick and easy setup
Wash Instructions: Hand wash with mild soap, hang dry.
Single/Double Two Toned, All Prints, Flags, Skeeter Beeter:
CAUTION: Hammock use presents a risk of injury from falling. Hang your hammock so that the lowest portion of the fabric is no more than 18 inches above the ground. Enure the hammock is level.
ALWAYS INSPECT EQUIPMENT AND THE AREA AROUND YOUR HAMMOCK PRIOR TO USE. CHECK HAMMOCK FOR TEARS, HOLES, OR WEAKENING OF FABRIC PRIOR TO EVERY USE. MAKE SURE ALL KNOTS ARE SECURE. Avoid Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight as it can weaken the fabric over time.
Clear rocks, sharp objects, and debris from the surface beneath hammock.
MAKE SURE YOUR HAMMOCK IS NOT SET UP NEAR A CAMP FIRE, GRILL OR ANY OTHER OPEN FLAME.
TO AVOID FALLING, ENTER AND EXIT YOUR HAMMOCK SLOWLY AND CAREFULLY. ENSURE THAT BOTH OF YOUR HANDS ARE FREE WHEN ENTERING THE HAMMOCK SO THAT YOU CAN BALANCE AND STEADY YOURSELF.
AVOID CONTACT WITH SHOES, SHARP OBJECTS, OR FLAMMABLE ITEMS INSIDE OR NEAR THE HAMMOCK.
NEVER LEAVE CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 16 UNATTENDED NEAR THE HAMMOCK.
MAXIMUM WEIGHT BEARING CAPACITY IS 400 POUNDS.
USE OF HAMMOCK IN HIGH WINDS IS NOT RECOMMENDED.
Do not stack hammocks