From a company aptly named Hang-In-Out comes the Cacoon Hanging Chair, a cross between a hammock and tent made expressly for chilling out in the great outdoors.
Sturdy and durable, treated for UV and water resistance, the Cacoon is made to weather all kinds of elements. It's available in two sizes and can hold about 200kg, and be folded down to a small bundle when not in use.
It's inspired by the hanging nests of weaver birds as seen by company founder Nick McDonald during a trip to Mexico, and available exclusively in New Zealand from new online store The Collectors, which you can read all about here.
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