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    Member Huckleberry Hanger's Avatar
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    Puslinch, Ontario
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    I can add a few things. The NX170/270 are great hammocks! Bought both used off of kijiji so the $ wasn't as critical. I think the 270 is better, but barely. I'm 5ft 8 so both are solid choices for me. When I was early in my hammock adventures I stopped in at a winter group hang. The hangers were all so friendly, offered lots of advice and let me try out their set ups. This stop has cost me a lot of $ since then that I am a little scared to add up. All worth it though! Insulation is tricky for me on the Clark. Most times I get it right with my HG Phoenix 0 as the lay is flat and not an the angle needed for a GE. Sometimes though, the hoops cause a gap and I feel air getting in. Still working on mastering it. I have a friend that takes his Clark down to 2 C with only clothing in the pockets for insulation. I have not been that brave yet.

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    Member Karl B. Andersen's Avatar
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    Jul 2011
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    Watseka, Illinois
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    I'm wanting to sell my NX-150 and upgrade to the NX-270. Have you been able to sleep in one yet?

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    Hit me up via PM if any of you guys want to sell your older Clarks. I'm thinking of getting a spare to loan out to buddies.

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