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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhino-lfl View Post
    lol, point made. Mind sending me a link?
    When you look at the Hennesyy site, have them e-mail you a list of their clearance items, lots of good items. You might save enough to get yourself some accessories.

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    Not sure if this is the most current list but here it is:

    Here is the current Odds and Ends list. If you have any questions or would
    like to order something listed below, please let me know by email or by
    phone (1-888-539-2930 Mon-Fri 9am-4pm PST). To order, phone, email or fax
    (1-250-539-5390). We need your name, phone number, shipping address and a
    Visa or Mastercard number and expiration date. If you give us an email
    address, we will email your receipt and tracking info.

    March 1st 2007

    Odds and Ends Sale - Demos, Factory 2nds, Prototypes, Mix and Match

    All items carry our 1 year guarantee against defects in material and
    workmanship ( http://www.hennessyhammocks.com/customer-service.htm). All
    hammocks are new (prototype or mix and match unless labeled as "demo" or
    "2nd". All items are in Canada. Shipping from Canada will be Expedited
    Parcel free of charge in North America. Faster shipping may be available
    for a fee. Shipping to addresses outside of North America is available for
    a $30 fee and will be sent by International Xpress Post when available.

    Original, Expedition 2.5, Cocoon, Scout
    Before there were choices to make about models, there was just the
    Hennessy Hammock. This morphed into the Cocoon and Expedition 2.5.These
    models got us started and are similar to the current Scout model which is
    still made and sold today. The rain fly and hammock are symmetrical &
    diamond shaped(unless otherwise noted!).
    [$59] 001 Scout Demo

    Expedition A-sym
    Our most popular model. This hammock can take persons up to 250lb and 6ft
    tall. It weighs 2lb 10oz and has a 30% larger rain fly than the Expedition
    2.5

    [$89] Several first quality yellow hammocks with red rainflies
    [$89} Several first quality yellow hammocks with blue rainflies.
    [$89] Several first quality yellow hammocks with green rainflies
    [$189] 321-Woodland camo, US Made demo
    [$89] D10 yellow bottom, yellow fly, red trim demo

    Ultralight Backpacker A-sym
    Lighter weight version of the Expedition Asym.
    [$119] Several new Ultralight Backpackers slight with mesh discoloration
    [$119] Several purple hammocks with blue rainflies, both with yellow trim
    [$119] Several purple hammocks with yellow trim, blue flies with black
    [$119] 320 regular stock demo
    [$129] D20 has fabric flaw

    Explorer Deluxe A-sym
    The Explorer models are a full foot longer than the Expedition Asym and
    Ultralight Backpacker Asym hammocks. The Deluxe can take up to 300lbs and
    weighs 3lb 4oz

    [$139] 0287 – Regular stock demo

    Explorer Ultralight A-sym
    The Explorer models are a full foot longer than the Expedition Asym and
    Ultralight Backpacker Asym hammocks. The Deluxe can take up to 250lbs and
    weighs 2lb 7oz

    [$129] Several new Explorer Ultralight Asym with slight mesh discoloration
    [$129] 0285 - Coyote brown, demo, small patch on bottom
    [$139] 0286 – Repair to small hole in hole
    [$139] S35 – 2nd. Small repair to fabric flaw
    [$139] S34- Repair on seam

    Light Racer - racing model, not guaranteed for backpacker or general use.

    [$129] 0288 - prototype, 12" narrower than standard Light Racer






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  3. #43
    I have 2 Clarks, an Ultralite that mu son uses and a North American. I bought both used on one of the boards for about what a Hennessy costs. Justin uses an underquilt I made from a Ray Way quilt kit with a Sierra Designs 20 degree bag and has been OK down to about 30 (Thats as cold as he's been out in a hammock). I've used the North American with a JRB No Sniveler on both top and bottom into the 20's with a down vest and fleece pants. I've used the ultralite with a BA Insulated Air Core and Emcampment down to about 35.

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    I actually called Clarks yesterday since I was home and I talked to Gary the owner for some time. He was pretty adamant that the hammock with gear or inflated zip lock bags in the external pockets and a proper sleeping bag should keep you warm and comfortable to the rating of the bag. He also said that some people do well with adding a ccp from wally world or the likes. The reason he said that people think they need under quilts is because all the other hammocks require them, where as the North American doesn’t and is a 4 season hammock on it’s own.

    I guess the only way for me to find out is to buy it lol, since I don't know anyone who has one nor are they sold locally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhino-lfl View Post
    I actually called Clarks yesterday since I was home and I talked to Gary the owner for some time. He was pretty adamant that the hammock with gear or inflated zip lock bags in the external pockets and a proper sleeping bag should keep you warm and comfortable to the rating of the bag. He also said that some people do well with adding a ccp from wally world or the likes. The reason he said that people think they need under quilts is because all the other hammocks require them, where as the North American doesnít and is a 4 season hammock on itís own.

    I guess the only way for me to find out is to buy it lol, since I don't know anyone who has one nor are they sold locally.
    i can't help but be skeptical. but if people who have no interest in promoting clark hammock sales actually put it to the test & confirm those things, i definitely would want to hear about it. ...tim
    don`t leave the CREATOR out of the creation!

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowhike View Post
    i can't help but be skeptical. but if people who have no interest in promoting clark hammock sales actually put it to the test & confirm those things, i definitely would want to hear about it. ...tim
    I'll definitely second the need for user tests. Call me cynical, but I just don't tend to trust manufacturer's claims!
    "Physics is the only true science. All else is stamp collecting." - J. J. Thompson

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    I think I'm just going to try the clarks, then get an SPE with the 1/2 pad and then get a larger 40x80 pad (this stuff perhaps http://www.foambymail.com/Volara.html) somewhere to put under it. With a 20 degree bag and the 1" or so of pad that side I should be good to 20, maybe lower if I dress warmer or have an additional blanket or sack liner.
    Last edited by Rhino-lfl; 03-21-2007 at 15:14.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhino-lfl View Post
    I think I'm just going to try the clarks, then get an SPE with the 1/2 pad and then get a larger 40x80 pad (this stuff perhaps http://www.foambymail.com/Volara.html) somewhere to put under it. With a 20 degree bag and the 1" or so of pad that side I should be good to 20, maybe lower if I dress warmer or have an additional blanket or sack liner.
    Underquilts are definitely not required on any hammock. I have both JRB quilts and have gone to 12 degrees with pads only underneath. 1 3/8 inches to be exact.
    I would skip buying the 40x80 pad. Too bulky. The SPE, which I have both sizes, will work great for 1" of pad and up to 3". The wings really work well also.
    "Every day above ground is a good day"

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    Man for the price of that Clark you could get a Hennessy and a Speer hammock as well as other gear. That would work out great if you decided to take along a friend.
    "Every day above ground is a good day"

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    Quote Originally Posted by FanaticFringer View Post
    Underquilts are definitely not required on any hammock. I have both JRB quilts and have gone to 12 degrees with pads only underneath. 1 3/8 inches to be exact.
    I would skip buying the 40x80 pad. Too bulky. The SPE, which I have both sizes, will work great for 1" of pad and up to 3". The wings really work well also.
    How much wiggle room is in the SPE 4X4 Eight Wings? Would a 1/2 pad move around a lot? What would be the best suggestion to put in there? I'm pretty wide at the shoulders mind you.

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