SOCO could stand for South Congress. It could stand for Socially Conscious. It could also stand for Southern Comfort.
Chris started SOCO Hammocks a few months before he moved to the Dominican Republic with his wife and young son. He wanted to start a business that would support the humanitarian work he was doing, with the intention to help impoverished people. Plus, Chris loves the outdoors.
“This is what I want to do in life,” Chris says. Chris believes customers deserve to expect more from the companies they do business with. That’s why SOCO Hammocks practices what they preach. The company gives back 10 percent of total sales every three months to various non-profit partners, like Capital Area Food Bank of Texas, with missions to educate and empower underprivileged people living in poverty.
It’s about putting people before profit. So, unlike many companies, SOCO Hammocks provides fair wages to employees and discloses its manufacturing information. Led by Dimyati “Dimy” Syam, a small group of artisans hand-make every hammock.
A Few Facts about SOCO Hammocks:
450 pound weight limit. Solid color. Small enough to carry anywhere.
These lightweight hammocks are designed with 100% premium parachute nylon, and have connection points with an ease-of-use cinch buckle system that allows for the simplest and quickest set-up. Giving you the ability to relax in your SOCO even faster. Great for back porch lounging, cozy enough for a nap, a choice location for reading, and perfect for camping.
Check out how easy it is to set up.