Grand Trunk Roatan Woven Hammock

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Hang the Grand Trunk Roatan Woven Hammock between two trees, grab a refreshing beverage and a favorite book, and you're well on your way towards idyllic relaxation. The woven cotton material is super soft against skin and there is even space for two--granted you feel like sharing your little piece of paradise.


Whats better than taking a snooze and enjoying some fresh air while suspended from a tree? The Grand Trunk Roatan Hammock is a standout favorite because its built to comfortably hold two people. Made of soft woven cotton, this extra-strong hammock can be stuffed into a sack approximately the size of a softball. Pre-knotted and equipped with durable attachment loops. Machine washable. Includes carry bag. Imported. Wt: 4 lbs. Wt capacity: 450 lbs. 8L x 5W.

- Cabela's

The cushiest and softest of Grand Trunk's hammocks, the Roatan Hammock's comfortable woven cotton fabric feels great against your skin. And it's easy to set up, too. Just hang it on any hammock stand or from slings on trees or posts. For easy transportation, the hammock stuffs into a small stuff sack, so you unhook it from its backyard stand and pack it along on your next beach trip or car camping weekend. The Roatan is wide enough for two people and holds up to 450 pounds.

- Mountain Gear

Grand Trunk Roatan Woven Hammock

previously retailed for:
$63.88 - $69.99

The Grand Trunk Roatan Woven Hammock is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at

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