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  1. #31
    Senior Member mataharihiker's Avatar
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    I tried my snakeskins on the NA before I sent them onto the friend who bought my Hennessy...I had the largest size snakeskins and they were too small for the NA...I don't remember if I tried it without the tarp or not...I love the ease of snakeskins...

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    Anybody dislike the inside pockets on the NA? I wish they were easier to get to like along the sides a little closer instead of at your head.

    But love the hammock, still working on a pad or quilt.

  3. #33
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    inside pockets

    Yes, the inside pockets are definitely awkward. One of the pockets has an opening on two ends because it is meant to hold a pistol. Isnt that funny? I guess in Utah pistols are standard camping items.

    Only in America!

  4. #34
    Senior Member photomankc's Avatar
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    In Missouri too! Mine gets used.

  5. #35
    Senior Member mataharihiker's Avatar
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    I'm still learning to deal with them (inside pockets)...not sure what I'm going to use them for...I don't carry a gun... and, they're kinda weirdly placed...still, I'm inventive, I'll think of something...

  6. #36
    Senior Member cavediver2's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by mataharihiker View Post
    I'm still learning to deal with them (inside pockets)...not sure what I'm going to use them for...I don't carry a gun... and, they're kinda weirdly placed...still, I'm inventive, I'll think of something...
    great place to put your IPOD,Glasses ifin you dont have a ridgeline running through your home


    cavediver2

  7. #37
    Senior Member mataharihiker's Avatar
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    I'm one of the original ridgeline hangers...the first time I hung my Clark I added a ridgeline...I remember I DID put my iPod in one of the the head pockets...

  8. #38
    Senior Member photomankc's Avatar
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    That's what my other pocket got used for. Headlamp and MP3 player full of audio book goodness!

  9. #39
    Senior Member 6 feet over's Avatar
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    I used the pocket for a pistol as well. I'll have to think about an inside ridgeline to hang stuff. (light, gps, etc.)
    The harder I work, the luckier I get.

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    Senior Member bear bag hanger's Avatar
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    Enjoyed the pictures. I've always had a question about Clark hammocks. I'm sure I'm wrong about this, but it looks like if you zipped up both sides of the weather shield, you could wind up with no air exchange and possibly suffocate?

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