In the grand pursuit of relaxation, it always helps to put your best foot forward. Even better, put both feet forward, propping them up on our dapper Weatherwood Durawood Folding Rope Footstool!
This uncommon ottoman makes a perfect pairing with our robust Weatherwood Durawood Chairs and with your choice of our two exceptional synthetic rope varieties means not just a further boost in weatherability, but also another leg up on comfort — the cottony softness of the rope means kicking your shoes off is the coziest option. And a naked foot is a happier foot.
So go on, get happy!
The Weatherwood Durawood Folding Rope Footstool comes with your choice of two synthetic-rope styles, Soft-Spun Polyester or DuraCord®, both made for prolonged weather exposure, and resistant to rot, mold and mildew, yet with a softness to rival cotton. DuraCord® is also incredibly resistant to abrasion, staining and fading; in fact, no more colorfast rope on the market today.
We offer our soft-spun polyester in bright-white, while our DuraCord® rope comes in six handsome hues: Oatmeal, Tan, Mocha, Meadow, Coastal Blue and Navy Blue.
Hardware is stainless steel, for added good looks and superior rust protection.
Durawood itself is made from densely compressed recycled consumer plastic like old milk jugs that's been sterilized for safety and to eliminate impurities. Our Weatherwood color looks uncannily like real weathered wood, though unlike most building composites, Durawood contains no waste-wood fiber, so it not only won't absorb water, but it also won't rot, splinter, crack or attract termites. It also never needs stain or any other kind of sealant, yet holds up to vigorous rains, salt spray, extreme temperatures and high winds, making it the perfect Outer Banks furniture material.
We don't call it "hurricane-proof" for nothin'!
Despite the advanced weatherability of a Nags Head Hammocks product, we do always recommend storing it in an enclosed dry place away from harsh chemicals and foraging wildlife during prolonged bad weather and other protracted periods when it's going unused, to ensure its longest possible life.