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    Question Z-Liner for TX-150 and thin CCF pad

    I have a question, does anyone know if a thin CCF pad (the Exped MultiMat) will fit between the hammock body and the z-liner? Has anyone ever done this? Will this create condensation problems? Temps at night will range between 40 and 35 roughly.

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    I can't comment about condensation but on my TX250 with the full length Zliner there is plenty of room for something extra between the hammock and insulation. I have used a cut down poncho liner that way successfully. I expect the 150 would have room as well.
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    I seem to recall some one at HF had a Climashield pad underquilt composed of two layers. The seam on one side was sealed with Velcro or a zipper, and he removed one of the pads for the shoulder season and summer, reducing weight and bulk. This is possible because the Climashield is on a scrim.

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    The Exped multimat, unfolded, lines my Clark very well and in combo with the z-liner and an UQP brought it down to 30* wearing appropriate clothing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Penfold View Post
    The Exped multimat, unfolded, lines my Clark very well and in combo with the z-liner and an UQP brought it down to 30* wearing appropriate clothing.
    Do you have the full length Zliner? If so, what temp do you think it is good for used by itself?
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    I do have the full length z-liner, I sleep on the cold side, so I would say no lower than 40* or so, depending on other conditions.
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