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Easy-Care Weather-Resistant Polyester Hammock Pillow 34%26quot; x 16%26quot;
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Easy Care Hammock Pillows and Pads with Hook and Loop Straps

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Easy-Care Weather-Resistant Polyester Hammock Pillow 34" x 16"
$29.95 - $79.95
Our hammock accessories, inspired by our best-selling cushion fabrics, are the perfect coordinates. The Hammock Pillow and Quilted Hammock Pad will make your hammock as soft and comfortable as a bed. They come in complementary colors with hook and loop straps. Easy- polyester. Imported.

• Hammock pillows and pads
• Soft and comfortable polyester design
• Easy to care for
• Hook and loop straps for securing

Available Colors
Blue Floral
Fiesta Stripe

Leaf Green

Pad 52" x 79"
Pillow 34" x 16"
Easy-Care Quilted Polyester Reversible Hammock Pad 52" x 79"
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Easy-Care Weather-Resistant Polyester Hammock Pillow 34" x 16"
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4.0 (based on customer reviews)

By Sue
hammock pillow & pad
Comments about Product:
one more thing to bring in from the rain
By D
Nice-looking and functional.
Comments about Product:
Overall, this is a good product. It looks nice and is comfortable. However, within a week or two of light use, the ties that you use to attach the cushion to the hammock became detached, creating a sewing project for me. This was frustrating given the price.
By Lu Lu
Good Product
Comments about Product:
All service and delivery was expectations were met.
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Olla (Spanish, pronounced “oh-ya”) jars have been around since ancient times. Made of unglazed ceramic, ollas traditionally have short, narrow necks with wider bodies, and are made in a variety of shapes. They have been used for thousands of years for cooking, storage, and plant irrigation.

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