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Durawood Rockers

Let's be honest here: A standard porch rocking chair can, over not too much time, be a little tough on the ol' posterior. The narrow runners make for abrupt, jerky movement, and your backside, lightly bumping up and down on the hard wood seat, can take a bit of a paddling should you plan to keep on rockin' for long.

Well, prepare yourself for a true rocking revolution with our Durawood and Cedar Durawood outdoor rocking chairs! For starters, check out the thickness of those runners in the photos above — smoother rocking motion, here we come!

Add to that our classic Nags Head furniture feature, the lattice-like rope seat, hand-woven from your choice of two cottony-soft all-weather three-ply synthetic ropes we precision-manufacture ourselves to a strength exceeding even U.S. military specifications. Which means your tuckus is now tucked comfortably, and securely, in a rope net that cradles you even as the chair body jockeys you gently forward and back, forward and back, forward and …

Rock solid. Rock soft. Rock on, and on, and on!

Furniture Features & Benefits

Lumber

  • High-density polyethylene (HDPE) lumber made from recycled plastic milk jugs
  • Unlike most composite lumber, contains no waste-wood
  • Looks like painted wood, but with none of its inherent vulnerabilities to wear
  • Heavier and more rigid than wood, with increased stability for outdoor use
  • Never requires paint, stain, or sealant
  • Does not absorb water
  • Won't rot, splinter, crack, or attract termites
  • Holds up to rain, salt spray, extreme temperatures, and heavy wind
  • Easy to clean

Hardware

  • 316 Stainless Steel, a grade much stronger than traditionally used in porch furniture
  • Marine-grade, holding up to harsh coastal environments
  • Increased rust resistance
  • Advanced strength at high temperatures

Technique

K Joint

  • Our patent-pending interlocking joint connection expanding on the strengths of standard rabbet and dado joints
  • Used for joints requiring the most stability/firmness

Dowel Joint

  • Precision peg-and-groove connection
  • Limits play at crucial connection points

Mortise and Tenon

  • Interlocking peg/hole connection used in key 90-degree board-into-board joints
  • One of the strongest, simplest woodworking joining techniques, dating back centuries
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