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    clark NA for 6'3"?

    I am ~ 6'3", is the NA too small of a hammock for me? I like to be able to sleep side as well as back. Just wanted a quick opinion on these. I realize that Clark has an XL hammock out now, but wanted to find out info on the NA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by traviso71 View Post
    I am ~ 6'3", is the NA too small of a hammock for me? I like to be able to sleep side as well as back. Just wanted a quick opinion on these. I realize that Clark has an XL hammock out now, but wanted to find out info on the NA.
    to answer your question I would say yes to it you would have about 9 or 10 inch's left at foot end and that wouldn't be with you head crammed up in the head end.

    Edit: after thinking about this question I went back to an email I had and found it. The inside length of the N/A is 98 inch's that leave's you with what 23 inch's hope that helps.


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    I'm 6'2 1/2 215lbs I have no problem plenty of room I think

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    post removed..... to quote Emily Litella... "Never mind."
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    I may be slow... But I sure am gimpy.

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    so who do you think is the spammer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cavediver2 View Post
    so who do you think is the spammer?
    Ramblinrev should have edited his post so there was no confusion. The spammer has been banned and his/her posts removed.

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    I did not realize it had been removed until cavediver2 brought to my attention. Edit has been made.
    I may be slow... But I sure am gimpy.

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    I'm also 6'3'' and 215lbs. I have recently been turned to the clark hammock and am debating between the NA and the NA big and tall. Do any of you think that the extra room would be worth the extra cost or is the NA ok for comfortable good night sleep. I would tend to thing the big and tall version would allow for easier side sleeping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roadtorque View Post
    I'm also 6'3'' and 215lbs. I have recently been turned to the clark hammock and am debating between the NA and the NA big and tall. Do any of you think that the extra room would be worth the extra cost or is the NA ok for comfortable good night sleep. I would tend to thing the big and tall version would allow for easier side sleeping.
    If cost is not an issue I would go with the NX-200 If you see above your post there was someone else that asked the same question and you see the answers to it. I have both the NA and the NX and I like the NX for the length and the newer type material.

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    Yep I saw the same question but never an answer. Following the question all I see is edits and talk about a spammer. Sorry but thank for the answer

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