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  1. #1
    _jstevens2010_'s Avatar
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    Dec 2013
    Location
    Charlotte NC
    Hammock
    DH NightHawk and Clark NX-250
    Tarp
    Clark Vertex
    Insulation
    UGQ 20 UQ and TQ
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    Whoopie & Python
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    203

    Stuff sack for Clark Vertex Tarp

    Mine didn't come with a sack and their are so many sizes. Can some recommend one that would be a good - perfect fit?

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    Mannowar's Avatar
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    Feb 2013
    Location
    Humboldt, Ca..
    Hammock
    Dream Hammock Freebird
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    HG Cuben/ WB MJ
    Insulation
    UGQ, JRB
    Suspension
    Strap/Rings/Dutch
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    116
    I've got my Vertex Tarp in A set of Wilderness Logics Mesh Tarp Skins. Good fit and easiest & quickest deployment and stowage. Works for me.
    Fair Winds & Following Seas.

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    Senior Member DemostiX's Avatar
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    Jan 2011
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    Like Lewis & Clark: Wintrin' o/t Columbia again: PDX
    Hammock
    Clark w 2QZQ mod,Tropical, NX;Nano
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    Clark micro
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    Major down
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    7/64 SK75 +strap
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    I just pulled mine to see how little space I could stuff it into. A 2 qt or 2 liter bag will do, easily, if you fold and roll. Or find a bag for a similar 11 x 11 tarp from JRB or AHE

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    Penfold's Avatar
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    Nov 2013
    Location
    Staten Island, NY
    Hammock
    TX-150, Roo, HB SBBF, Envy
    Tarp
    Vertex, ShangriLa
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    Z-liner, WL SS UQ
    Suspension
    Straps, D. buckle
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    324
    It easily fits into a small JRB speed sack. Enough so that if you need to shove into a space, it will compress.
    Discretion is the better of valor

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    Senior Member litetrek's Avatar
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    Sep 2010
    Location
    Atlanta, GA
    Hammock
    DIY - Single Layer and Clark TX-250
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    Hen'sy Hex, Vertex
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    AHE Jarbidge
    Suspension
    Varies
    Posts
    278
    You can get 3 stuff sacks of various sizes at Walmart for 5 bucks. They are decent quality but a little heavier material. its a cheap way to go ... use the one that fits. If you're like me and like to have you gear organized you will use the stuff sacks for something if you don't end up using them for your tarp. I stuff a hennessy hex tarp in the middle sized bag. I bought the set of stuff sacks figuring some day I would upgrade to something better but I never seemed to need the 20 dollar stuff sack.

    PS: You can get a surprising amount of usable stuff at Walmart for backpacking. Don't limit your search to the camping aisle. I bought a microfiber towel for about 2 dollars that I use for a camp towel. It is lighter, cheaper, and dries twice as fast as the 30 dollar alternative at the camping store.

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    Member Woolman's Avatar
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    Nov 2012
    Location
    Ottawa, On
    Hammock
    Clark NX-250
    Tarp
    Clark Vertex Camo
    Insulation
    JRB MT Wash4 & ORM
    Suspension
    Stock Clark
    Posts
    75
    I am able to cram my vertex tarp and hammock into the built in pocket stuff sack on the NX-250 without any problem, after securing the Velcro closure a couple of straps enable further compression. Works well.

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