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Buying Guide: This cozy double hammock is perfect for backyard lounging
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Buying Guide: This cozy double hammock is perfect for backyard lounging

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If your summer vacation plans were delayed this year, you can still enjoy the sunshine and plenty of relaxation. This cozy double hammock comfortably fits two adults and is perfect for backyard lounging with a book.

Extra Comfort

This hammock from Lazy Daze is designed for maximum comfort. The double-layered quilted polyester is comfortable enough for a mid-afternoon nap, and the stuffed attached head pillow provides extra support for your neck.

Roomy and Durable

This double hammock has dimensions of 78 by 55 inches, which means two adults should have no trouble sharing. It supports up to 450 pounds and has durable hardwood spreaders and thick polyester ropes, so you can rest assured this hammock is durable.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers loved this Lazy Daze hammock giving it an average of 4.3 out of 5 stars with more than 500 reviews. Customers loved that their kids could play on this hammock without being worried about it flipping over, and that it was comfortable enough for more than one person (plus the family dog). Reviews also said this hammock was easy to hang and assemble, and that within minutes they were napping.

Lazy Daze Hammocks Double Quilted available from Amazon

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