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    Explorer Hiker Philly's Avatar
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    Lounging NX-250 and Flex-180

    Spring is here! Fishing, cooking and lounging our Clarks NX-250 & Flex-180. Temperatur dropping from 68F at noon close to 32F at night. But the Z-liners kept us comfortable warm.

    Last edited by Hiker Philly; 03-30-2014 at 13:02.
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    Very nice!

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    Do you take your z-liners off or just leave them on and stuff it all in a bag? If you do take them off and on - have you noticed any wear with the velcro; does it stick less? Thanks.

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    Explorer Hiker Philly's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by VerticalX View Post
    Do you take your z-liners off or just leave them on and stuff it all in a bag?
    I just leave it on and stuff it in a bag.

    Quote Originally Posted by VerticalX View Post
    If you do take them off and on - have you noticed any wear with the velcro; does it stick less? Thanks.
    I haven't noticed any wear.

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    I leave mine in the stuff sack too. One thing I have to say bout this hammock is packing it is difficult for me. It's too bulky. U can stuff it in its own sack or use a bigger one , but still too bulky! I switched Over to wbrr this winter and will be giving the Clark to my wify. With no z-liners. I got her a under quilt instead.

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    Member SAAvage's Avatar
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    TOO BULKY? I find it pretty easy with a careful fold method… get some straps and tighten that sucker down to a minimum!

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    With z-linners it was way too bulky for me. Couldn't get any other gear in there. Even with a stuff pack. I also have a problem with under my knees. They were sore everytime I woke up. I do love the weather shield on top. That's a great feature. Wify likes it. She uses it now

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    I used it for years. My review is an a+. But u was ready to move on.

    http://youtu.be/ySBPlK0FqBk

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    Member Woolman's Avatar
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    I love my Clark and agree, it's not bulky if you use additional straps to compress.

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