Hammock Buying Guide

There are many assorted styles and designs for hammocks that can fit your tastes and needs. With many fabrics and arrangements to choose from. Check out our hammock buying guide and find the one that is right for you. 

Cotton Hammocks

Cotton is a natural fiber, which is why it is so comfortable and soft. If left outside year round it will fade during the first year and begin to rot during the second. Imagine leaving a nice cotton dress shirt on the clothesline for two years, and I think you will begin to get the picture. 

Brazilian Hammocks

Brazilian hammocks are cross woven fabric hammocks, frequently colorful, and often beautifully adorned. One of the most comfortable sleep systems in the world is the Brazilian double hammock bed, which is still widely used in the rural areas of Brazil.

As they are produced to be used as beds, they are extremely comfortable and supportive, about as different from a double rope hammock as can be imagined.

The Brazilian hammock, being woven in fabric, is less cooling in the summer heat than the open weave style. By the same token, however, they are splendid for cooler climates and mild weather use.

Nicaraguan Hammocks

The Hammocks of Nicaragua are considered to be the most luxurious of all hammocks, and among the most beautifully adorned. They are excellent as beds or as comfortable "hang outs" inside or out.

Handcrafted in Nicaragua by skilled artisan workers, a ton of work and precision goes into the making of these beautiful Nicaragua hammocks. The soft-spun cotton material offers extreme comfort, and each Nicaragua hammock is tightly-woven and double-layered for an enhanced relaxing experience and unmatched durability. 

Mexican Hammocks

For a hammock that is known for its top-of-the-line comfort, the Mayan hammocks may just be the perfect choice. Considered by hammock experts to be one of the most comfortable, these Maya hammocks are handcrafted by skilled artisans in the Yucatan Peninsula for unsurpassed quality and workmanship.

Using the efficient weaving mechanism that has been used by Mayan hammock makers for centuries, the traditional technique calls for unmatched workmanship using a diamond string pattern that provides a superb feeling of heavenly weightlessness.