Color Cloud makes true double hammocks that are FUNctional, fashionable and fairly-made in Ethiopia. Arriving ready-to-hang, each hammock features a handy inside pocket and fits in a matching stuff sack.
Sunshine makes the world brighter. It keeps our skin tan, our spirits high, and our hearts warm. Some places have more sunshine than others. Seattleites dream about it. San Diegans expect it. Alaskans say goodbye to it for months. But whether we have too much sunshine or we’re just wishing for it, the truth is that we all need it.
And now we’ve found a way to make sure you can get your daily dose of vitamin sunshine regardless of the forecast. Bright as noon on a sunny day, the Sunshine hammock–a Color Cloud Hammock all time bestseller–is guaranteed to lift your spirits.
Yellow and orange not only remind us of the sun, they remind us of the brightness of friendships and joy of life. And if you aren’t getting enough sun yourself, please note, that while Color Cloud hammocks have not yet been recommended by physicians to prevent S.A.D. (seasonal affective disorder), we can guarantee that we’ve actually never seen a sad person in one. I’ve got my sunshine for a cloudy day, do you?
Why Buy Color Cloud Hammocks?
- Measuring 9’ long by 7.5’ wide and fashioned from quick-drying superfine polyester, a reinforced middle seam adds extra support, and a handy 7.5“ x 9” inside pocket keeps your book, camera or phone within reach.
- Each hammock comes ready to hang with 90” of weatherproof polypropylene rope fitted to each end and attached securely to a heavy-duty S-hook, enabling a hanging distance of approximately 15’ between trees/posts/anchor points.
- Packed up in its matching 1-liter stuff sack, the hammock weighs just over 2 lbs and measures 10” x 5” x 5” to easily fit into a daypack, picnic basket or overnight bag.
- Safely and comfortably holds up to 400 lbs.
- Color Cloud Hammocks products are warrantied for 1 year under standard use. Color Cloud Hammocks are not recommended for permanent installation outdoors since extended exposure to sun and weather may weaken the fabric.