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    Seams from pockets?

    I have never had a chance to try a clark. One thing that strikes me is the storage pockets underneath. Depending on how they are sewn wouldn't the seams create pressure points or be felt inside when laying down?

    Just curious...

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    How are they attached? Are they sewn across the hammock? That would seem to create perforation lines, but haven't been able to envision another way of attaching them.
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    they are sewn to the hammock bottom,across and lengthwise.you can see the stiches from the inside.have slept in mine over twohundred times have never felt the stiching.
    i use mine all winter,and use stuffing the pockets as my main insulation.the pockets are often overstuffed.despite this the stitching is holding up great,as is the material the hammock is made of,which seems a little tougher then normal ripstop.
    diyin to hang

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