Sponsored by Maca Hammock
RVers take their relaxation seriously. Who else but RVers put so much time and energy into getting away from it all to see the sights and relax in nature? Many campers dream of that blissful spot in the woods, lounging around the campsite after a successful morning of canoeing or a great hike. What better way to enjoy it than to string up a hammock between two trees and drift off for a little peaceful shut-eye. Perhaps you’re the RV resort-type, with a gorgeous site on the beach or next to the golf course, watching the game on your outdoor TV. Hammock life awaits you too.
Unfortunately, if you’ve used your standard hammock even once, chances are you’ll be putting off that well-earned relaxation while you untangle it. It’s not just the various ropes and hooks used to attach it to the tree that you have to contend with. With so many hammocks utilizing a fish net design that looks better suited for catching tuna than catching a nap, virtually everything sticks to it. Many a hammock has been deemed unusable, or simply not worth the trouble after just a few uses.
Lay back and relax in a new quality hammock.
The founders of the Maca Hammock are different, and they think differently. They have created a quality hammock based on their immersion into the culture of their product’s Mayan origins. That heritage is evident in the Edzna Hammocks, a line of traditionally bright but warm colors. The Coba (cool colors) and Uxmal (natural colors) hammocks mean there is a color choice available for every RVer.
Each Maca Hammock is hand-woven by traditional weavers in the Yucatan, who are provided the necessary materials with no upfront costs. The weavers work at home and at their own individual pace, creating handmade functional art the way their ancestors did. That individuality is evident as each weaver can choose the combination of colors they desire for each hammock line. You’ll find that the Maca Hammocks are made with a much tighter weave, providing greater strength; enough to hold you and your significant other for twice the enjoyment.
If the quality and authenticity weren’t enough, the ingenious hammock sleeve that Maca provides with each hammock sets it apart.
To prevent tangling, abrasion, moisture, and dirt from affecting your hammock while storing or transporting, each Maca Hammock comes with a waterproof sleeve that covers the hammock while not in use, but is easily slid back and anchored when enjoying the hammock. When relaxation time is over, simply slide the sleeve back over the length of the hammock for tangle-free storage in the included storage bag.
The price for the hand-made Maca Hammock is a very reasonable $99. That price includes the sleeve and storage bag and is ready to hang onto existing hooks in your favorite hammock tree. By adding a pair of 6-foot straps ($21) made with the same material rock climbers depend on, you can attach your hammock to virtually anything.
Visit Maca Hammocks today and experience authentic Mayan quality and beauty for yourself.