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    Thumbs up Shape of the Z-liner FLEX-180

    Today i have received the FLEX-180, including the Z-liner. The FLEX-180 is a piece of workmanship. Very high quality as i am used from Clark. Furthermore the ropes have improved. They are longer and smaller in diametre. It makes it a lot easier to make a knot.

    The Z-liner covers 1 person in the diagonal position. Please find hereunder some pics. The weight is approx 28 ounces. It's a smart way to cover the bottom since a full bottom coverage would have been much heavier.

    The red part is covered by the Z-liner. The rope on the right makes it possible to find a real flat position if you're alone.

    Last edited by Hiker Philly; 03-25-2013 at 13:00.
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    Cool, I really want to get into one of these babies!

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