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    Z liner

    Thinking of ordering the z liner for my TX 270, wondering what your thoughts are on the z liner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karbo View Post
    Thinking of ordering the z liner for my TX 270, wondering what your thoughts are on the z liner.
    Hello, I have the Z-Liner its nice keeps me warmer when wet then down would. I would not pay full price, got my on sale. I can get down to 40 digresses maybe high 30ís. People get lower than that. Iím saving for a down under quilt maybe 10 digresses. Here is a link to down under quilts for clarks. https://www.locolibregear.com/gear.h...=0&sort=normal

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    Very badly ingeneered insulation imo: the uq is saggy and leaves a huge gap between you and the uq. Only the color is nice if they still make them in forest green.
    I sent mine back to Clark for a partial refund and got the Locolibre one, which is proper insulation, although if I were you, I would ask George to make a regular secondary suspension on it instead of his gathered end system.

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    Mine seems to seal fairly well up against the bottom of my NX270 hammock when I'm in it but also better at the ends and seams. I can put a down rectangular sleeping bag I have in between for an extra layer to lower my temp comfort level a good bit without spending more money for now.

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    Works well for me. I put it permanently on the hammock in september and remove it in may. No need to use time to set up a quilt when I camp. It can be a litle untight in the ends, and I solve that with gaffetape. It could be nice if Clark sold a bag to an NX with z-liner.

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    My Clark North American is one of my 2 favorite hammocks - how disappointing that the original manufacturer's equipment is sub-standard, but good to know. I'll use George at Loco Libre. I have an EXCELLENT UQ for another manufacturer's hammock.

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    My zliner serves me well in my NX 250 down to about 40 deg, below that I break out my down uq. Synthetic ( the zliner) works well and Clarks is insulation is quality, but you have to remember, synthetic has its limits.

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