Additional features Zinc-plated hardware includes 1 S hook 1 hanging bracket and 1 lag bolt DuraCord fabric resists fading staining rot mold and mildew Beige-colored ropes are also all-weather fade-resistant DuraCord Polyester fiberfill batting Rolled-rim grommets with spurred washers for added stability Swing stand and hanging hardware sold separately Weight capacity: 350 lbs. Spreader bar length: 40 inches Dimensions: 2L x 2W feet Includes 1-year warranty Travel to the beach with the Pawleys Island Beaches Stripe Cushioned Single Hammock Swing. This hammock swing from Pawleys Island features vibrant colors that will transport you to a peaceful seaside getaway regardless of what the local weatherman has to say. Dual layers of all-weather solution-dyed cotton-soft acrylic DuraCord fabric resist rot mold mildew and fading. The array of colors includes coastal blue oatmeal palm green and kings blue each of which will remain bright for years to come. White-oak spreader bars are hand-dipped multiple times in honey-gold marine spar varnish. How does DuraCord differ from other fabrics? DuraCord is a hybrid fiber due to the many alterations that are made to its base ingredient. It is manufactured in a much smaller denier size meaning individual fibers are smaller making more fibers per yarn. The fibers go through a special texturizing process to give it its soft-to-the-touch cotton-like feel. Fibers are de-lustered to take away the shiny look of the yarn and give it a cotton-like look. DuraCord fabrics are abrasion resistant easy to clean stain resistant color fast fade resistant and have 1 000+ hours of UV resistance. The DuraCord fibers have the properties to make them durable for long outdoor life but without the synthetic feel. About Pawleys IslandIn 1889 the Original Pawleys Island Rope Hammock was created at Pawleys Island one of the oldest summer resorts on the South Carolina coast. When river boat pilot Captain Joshua John Ward found the grass-filled mattresses on his boat too hot in the summer he decided to make a cool and comfortable cotton rope hammock to use on his boat. After several uncomfortable designs Cap'n Josh made a hammock using wooden spreaders without knots. This original design has proven to be so comfortable that it's still used in Pawleys Island's popular hammocks over a century later. Pawleys Island continues to use the highest-quality materials when making its traditional all-cotton rope spun polyester rope and DuraCord hammocks. The custom-designed stretcher bars are cut from seasoned Carolina red oak then steamed bent drilled sanded and varnished to impart a comfortable sway to the hammock and to spread the rope evenly for optimum stability. The people of The Original Pawleys Island Rope Hammock are incredibly proud to be anything but new-fangled. Now 120 years old and counting they continue to offer the very best of their past hoping it will help you better enjoy your future.