By Paulin Battier. Hammocks. Published at Tuesday, December 12th, 2017 - 10:17:06 AM.
The main differences found in cord types are that cotton is softer and nylon is more durable. A nylon hammock will have a firmer feel, but will weather the elements better if left exposed outside to the elements. Cotton hammocks will stretch more and are usually considered the more comfortable option, but they require more care and protection from the elements to ensure longevity.
However, there are other alternatives to the conventional hammock. There are also three-point hammocks, which are obviously attached on three points that allow the hammock to swing from one end. This resembles the conventional hammock's swinging movements while providing some of the stability in stationary hammocks. This means that one end of the hammock swings as one side stays more fixed.
Joining the two concepts of "stationary" and "hammock" together may appear to be the most counterintuitive suggestion. This is especially true because the stereotypical hammock that people often think about is one that swings between two trees or posts. However, a stationary hammock, otherwise known as a four-point hammock, is in fact the most famous of the kinds of hammock and is used often when camping or lazing around at home.
There are lots of countries like Guatemala, Mexico, El Salvador, Brazil and Nicaragua, where hammocks have always been used as an essential object. In these countries, hammocks have been used for more than 900 years which is truly fascinating. However, it is thought that hammocks were actually introduced by Mayan Indians in Central America about 1000 years ago.
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