Richly-grained Cumaru, a dense hardwood, is used on Hatteras Hammock spreader bars because it resists rotting, is virtually nonabsorbent and naturally weathers to a beautiful silver-gray color.
Currently, Hatteras Hammocks offers many different fabric pattern groups with tufted hammocks, pillowtop hammocks, quilted hammocks, soft weave hammocks, tufted hammock swings, double hammock swings and hammock swing chairs made in coordinated fabrics.The Hatteras Hammock story began in 1971 with a businessman making a trip along the East coast and bringing his mother home the rope hammock she wanted.For Walter Perkins, Jr., a tobacco buyer, it was just another business trip.What started out as a small business selling hammocks out of the back of his car became one of the world's top hammock producers by the mid 1980s.Hatteras Hammocks, with its combination of handwoven hammocks and state-of-the-art manufacturing, continues to produce quality hammocks, hammock swing chairs and hammock accessories and to ask that question that got the company started in the first place--How can hammocks be made even better?
Hatteras hammocks single swing stand
Hardware for Hatteras Hammocks is constructed with its signature one-piece ring and chain assembly so that all parts of the hammock or swing stay assembled during storage.Hatteras Hammocks uses three quality woods for hammock and hammock chair construction, including Cumaru, American White Oak and Southern Cypress.But buying that hammock only inspired Perkins to buy himself a hammock, study the hammock, inspect its components and look for ways to make a good hammock even better. Soon enough, the businessman was making hammocks and testing his ideas for further improvement of hammock quality, durability and comfort.Roman Arc hammock stands and hammock swing stands are constructed with slats of Southern Cypress, which is a water-tight softwood.