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Nylon Hammocks: Overview of Nylon hammocks
Mayan nylon hammocks are handmade in the Yucaton region of Mexico. They are incredibly soft and durable, and the hammocks and nylon hanging chairs are shiny in appearance. They hold up for several years and are ideal for outdoor use. Moreover, the nylon hammocks often stretch a lot more than rope hammocks. This affords the hammock user a lot more comfort and allows the user to put their body toward the middle of the hammock a lot easier than the person could in a traditional rope hammock.

Nylon hammocks are more durable and bend lot more than traditional rope hammocks. They can fit a person's body a lot more snugly as they tend to wrap around a person resting. Sometimes the hammocks buckle more so they tend to force a person to the center of the hammock. This can be helpful when a person is trying to balance inside the hammock.

Nylon hammocks are flexible, with lots of give for that traditional, hammock feel. Many nylon hammocks come in large sizes - up to eight feet wide - meaning you and a few friends can share time on a lazy summer day on just one hammock. Some of the large nylon hammocks can support a larger number of people and are extremely durable.

Clearly nylon hammocks are a hammock type to take a look at. However, they are not for everyone. Some people may think that they are uncomfortable because they collapse more and do not offer as much back support. However, many people who have tried a nylon hammock do prefer these types of hammocks.
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