It’s March 17th and regardless of the extent of your Irish heritage you know what today means. Green beer, pinching, and keeping an eye out for leprechauns! To celebrate let’s show off some of our favorite green products and learn some facts about St. Patrick, his day, and how different cultures party!
New Royal/Lime & Charcoal/Lime Hammock Colors!
Just last week we rolled out these two new fresh colors. Both of these hammocks are available now on our website! Lime-a-ricious.
Lime/Black Possum Pocket
After the holiday season this year we debuted the Possum Pocket! This re-designed day pack is extremely portable, comfortable, and hammock compatible! Lime and black make such a fresh combo!
St. Patty’s Day Fact: In 1903, Saint Patrick’s Day became an official public holiday in Ireland By 2006, the festival is now five days long and more than 675,000 people attended as its numbers continue to grow.
This trusty guy will help you never get up again. Hanging just below your hammock, the Underbelly keeps your gear out of the dirt and easily within reach. Everyone’s happy. Plus it also works for as a hammock for the baby bear cubs you’ll meet in the forest!
St. Patty’s Day Fact: In Buenos Aires, a party is held in the downtown street of Reconquista, where there are several Irish pubs with over 50,000 people in attendance.
Early in 2014 we switched up our Twilights! They are now sleeker and come in three colors, including blue and green! Stars on a cloudy night; a backcountry disco; Christmas in your hammock; Twilights are not one, but 23 lights to show you the way.
St. Patty’s Day Fact: Liverpool has the highest proportion of residents with Irish ancestry of any English city.
Rasta Double Deluxe
Go hammocking on St.Patrick’s Day with the Rasta Double Deluxe and celebrate two cultures at once! Plus, we just added this color in Double Deluxe back on the site today! With almost eight and a half feet in width, this hammock offers supreme relaxing capabilities.
St. Patty’s Day Fact: Astronauts on board the International Space Station have celebrated the festival in different ways including bringing Irish trinkets to space, photographic Ireland, and wearing green.