We've doubled the seating on one of our all-time favorites, so you can share that feeling of utter comfort with someone you care about — without having to part with even an iota of relaxation for yourself.
That's because that old expression "Sit tight" just doesn't work for us — we want you to sit loose! Our ample woven-rope seats draw you down and suspend you like cottony-soft nets, much like the hammocks we patterned this outdoor-furniture champion after. Now add to that peaceful picture the rhythmic front-to-back sway of a well-designed rocker, and prepare for a comfort experience unlike any you've known.
Framed in our classic Southern white oak that's been repeatedly hand-dipped in marine-grade garnish to bring out the wood's natural hue of lovely honey-gold, this wide two-seated relaxer will make your porch or deck one of the rockingest places around. Just be prepared to get in line behind your own neighbors!
Our Classic Double Rocker's hand-woven seating is available 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® has the added distinction of being incredibly resistant to abrasion, staining and fading — there's no more colorfast rope on the market today, in fact.
Our soft-spun polyester rope is bright-white; our DuraCord® rope comes in five handsome hues: Garnet, Meadow, Mocha, Tan and Coastal Blue.
Coming in your choice of nine colors, the two Furniture Pillows included with our Classic Double Rocker are made with cottony-soft Sunbrella®, with all-weather foam centers. Sunbrella® the most established, best known outdoor fabric on the market, is not only resistant to rot, mold, mildew and staining, but is outstandingly colorfast as well.
Hardware is galvanized steel, for superior rust protection.
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.