Pawleys Island Tri-Beam Steel Hammock Stand


Pawleys Island Tri-Beam Steel Hammock Stand

Three standard poles, two base poles, and two offset hanging hooks, and that's it. The poles' spring-pin assembly means that once you've unpacked all parts from their shipping box, you can have the whole thing up and ready for hammock hanging in about five minutes - that is, if you're really taking your time about it! Seriously. It's that easy.

Simple assembly, however, does not mean the stand is anything less than secure. In fact, the Tri-Beam Steel Hammock Stand, a Hatteras original design, is about as safe as it gets. The spring pins themselves have solid-steel cores, to prevent possible shearing, holding the sturdy poles of 2", 12-gauge steel firmly in place. The base and foot poles are attached using patented 360-degree Right Connection® weld.

  • Easy no tools assembly
  • Cape Sheild® heavy-duty steel
  • 360-degree Right Connection® weld
  • Lightly textured powder coat finish
  • Rust-resistant
  • Black vinyl plugs for pole ends and two zinc-plated offset hanging hooks included
  • Accommodates hammocks 13' long with chains
  • Perfect for deck or yard
  • Pole diameter: 2"
  • Base dimensions: 4' x 6'
  • Weight: 66 lbs.
  • Made in USA
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For a quick measure of hammock quality, check out how much rope is used. At Pawleys Island®, they don't skimp on rope. In fact, they don't skimp on any materials, period. Never have. Never will.

When brand founder Joshua John "Cap'n Josh" Ward set out in 1889 to create a comfortable, secure rope hammock, he focused on better materials and heightened craftsmanship as keys to eventual success. Instead of using the rough, thinly wound hemp and manila rope common to his day, Cap'n Josh opted for heavier rope made out of skin-comfy cotton. Then, instead of tying his rope strands together — the bulky manner in which rope hammocks were then made — the crafty South Carolina riverboat captain devised a knotless double-latch weaving style that used gravity and tension to produce a lattice-like design. His new rope-and-wood creation was not only a pleasure to recline in, but was infinitely stronger and safer than those knobby old-style hammocks as well.

Cap'n Josh's philosophy of greater comfort and dependability through craftsmanship and quality is what continues to drive Pawleys Islands' hammock-crafting to this day.

Pawleys Island - Handcrafted since 1889.
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Pawleys Island Tri-Beam Steel Hammock Stand

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600 lbs. Steel $149.99