Cotton Duck Natural XXL rocking chair cushions by Barnett Products are made with unbleached 100% cotton fabric
- Made in USA with American Made Materials
- Premium latex foam fill is more comfortable and lasts longer than other foams, won't lose loft like polyester fiber fill would.
- Triple stitched ties and lock-stitched seams for greater durability
- Machine Washable, air dry
- 100% Cotton
XXL: Seat: 20”D x 21”W; Back: NO BACK
Rocking Chair not included. Purchase includes one seat cushion. Online color appearance varies according to device and settings, fabric swatches are available. Please select size based on listed approximate dimensions. Width is measured at widest point. Not rated for outdoor use. This item is hand-crafted from pliable materials, please allow for slight variations of size and silhouette.
- Care: Machine Washable, Air Dry
- Content: 100% Cotton
- Origin: Made in the USA with American-made fabric and materials
Relaxing in your favorite rocker by the fire, sprucing up an heirloom rocking chair handed down through the family, or getting ready for long nights in the nursery, our reversible rocking chair cushions will make your rocker look great and feel fantastic! Our latex cushion is designed to recover from shipping, washing, squashing, or whatever adventures life has in store for it -just gently tug outwards on the corners of the cushion, then sit on it for awhile to help it return to its full size and original shape.
Since 1889, Barnett Products has insisted on using the highest quality materials and superior construction methods to create a more durable product. Each of our cushions is made in USA by skilled sewers, not mass produced by machine. We're confident our cushions are worth every penny; because they are proven to last year’s longer. The comfort of our premium mattress-grade latex foam fill rivals more expensive therapeutic cushions, plus it will never go flat (unlike polyester fiber fill). Our generous 10" ties are triple-stitched so they won't pop off when you scoot your seat. Many competitors use chain-stitch seams (chain-stitch is the string you pull to open a bag of dog food), but we insist on using durable lock-stitched seams.