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    Mikeinajeep's Avatar
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    I have a lot of extra pounds and my ENO double next is super comfortable. I sleep in it every night. Great price, great quality and easy to setup.

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    New Member Repelsteel's Avatar
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    Thank you all for your replies!

    Much appreciated, I will look into detail at all your suggestions.

    Thinking about getting a Snipe after watching a video of "The Shug".

    Best regards.

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    Take a look at the Clark Flex-180 if you havent already done so. Massive amount of room in it.
    "From the trees we came, and to the trees we shall return"- me.

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    New Member Psycho's Avatar
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    Hi! What about the Clark NX-250? =)

    “Yesterday is history,
    tomorrow is a mystery,
    but today is a gift.
    That's why it is called the present

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    I've tried several, and would be remiss if I didn't say try to get a few minutes in a 1.9 SINGLE Switchback. I friggin LOVE mine, and the weight to feature ratio is impressive. FWIW I'm 6'4" and run between 260 and 270 (which I know is a tiny bit over the suggested weight range, but man, this thing is comfy!)
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    -Bill

    "...the wolf shows up. Then the entire flock tries desperately to hide behind one lonely sheepdog."
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    New Member Repelsteel's Avatar
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    The Clark looks very well organised! (send link to a friend)

    Isn't it a bit small?
    Looks as big as my DDHammoch Frontline.

    I am leening towards the Wilderness Logic Night Owl.
    Maybe I order the TQ XXL in the same deal.
    That monster looks sweet!

    Thank you all for your time and effort to reply.

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    New Member Psycho's Avatar
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    I'm not sure, but I think the Clark NX-250 is bigger than the DD-Hammock.

    But if you're looking for a really big hammock you could take a look at the Clark Vertex It's a 2-person hammock, so you can be sure that it is big enough for you

    You can see some pictures of it at the "phases"-section on their homepage.
    Clark Vertex

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