Shelter and relax with a good book in this summer’s most comfortable spot. This is a pre-order item and takes 3-5 weeks to arrive.
Natural cotton hammock chair with Bohemian fringes
Sturdy wooden cross bar
Reinforced hanging loop
60L x 39W inches
Can hold up to 250lbs
Due to its bulky nature, this item qualifies for shared shipping costs, Do Good Shop pays half, you pay half. If you live outside of Davis, Woodland, or Dixon CA, please choose chair + split shipping when purchasing.
Meet the Artisans
Handcrafted in Nicaragua by social good organization Oyanca Artesania. Our partner works with artisans in both rural and urban areas of Nicaragua, with 50 percent of the artisans being women. Oyanca also conducts training programs for artisans, focused on marketing assistance, technical skills, infrastructure and production efficiency. Each purchase you make empowers people to meet their needs as well as their families through safe, living wage work. Read more about the impact of your fair trade purchase and the artisans here.
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Your purchase of this quality, one-of-a-kind gift, empowers artisan survivors by helping support them with a living wage through meaningful employment. Learn more about theDo Good Shop.
All Do Good Shop items are made by and profits directly benefit our Partner Artisans, creating a sustainable hand up for individuals, families, and whole communities.
View the main product description for a link directly to the artisan group that made this particular product, or explore the positive impact your purchases have on all of our artisans.
Your purchase of this quality, one-of-a-kind gift empowers survivors of oppression through ethical, living wage artisan employment.
With every order you fight against . . .
modern day slavery
Learn more about the purpose, mission, and vision of this social justice, 501c3 nonprofit marketplace here: Do Good Shop.
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