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    Senior Member KayakCarl's Avatar
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    Nx150 with JRB MW4

    I didn't get out this weekend due to the storm canceled the tournament. But I did get hang for the first time my new 150. I pulled out the MW4 I picked up off the site. It hung under the hammock with ease. There is even velcro at one end that hooked to the velcro on the 150 for a no budge, and total coverage fit of your upper body. The foot end cinched up very well on it's own. Can't wait to get out. I may spend a night this weekend in Montauk on the beach.

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    Senior Member Bradley's Avatar
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    How did your hang go at Montauk on the beach ???

    How was your first time in your NX150 ???

    Do you have any pics of the MW4 under the NX150 ???
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    Senior Member KayakCarl's Avatar
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    I didn't get to Montauk this weekend as planed. My little girl got sick. I was planing on using a large piece of drift wood that I know of on one end, and my jeep on the other. Intsead I built a free standing multi hammock stand. Made of 1.5" Kindorf. I had a few 10' lenghts at the house, and some brackets. The stand is 7' tall x 6.5' wide, and 14' long. I should be able to set up three hammocks on it. My son, slept in his Nx150 w/Z-liners, and light bag. I had my Nx150 w/ MW4, and No Snivler. We had a small fire, and toasted marshmelows before bed. We had a great time, and a great night sleep.







    Last edited by KayakCarl; 10-24-2010 at 19:59. Reason: Fix pic's

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    Senior Member molawns's Avatar
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    Fantastic!

    Looks like you had a great time! Who says you need to be deep in the piney woods to enjoy hammocking?
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