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    Senior Member hawkerev's Avatar
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    Clark's Z-Liner T-250

    Anyone have pics of Clark's Z-Liner T-250 ?

    Thanks,
    God bless! Brent

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawkerev View Post
    Anyone have pics of Clark's Z-Liner T-250 ?

    Thanks,
    No but you can view their basic design at http://user.xmission.com/~jungle/news_zliner.php. They are thin pads of down-filled nylon. Mine are gray (NX250).

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    OP: Find lots of comment n this Forum on the Z-Liner. Whatever the merits, the fact that so many hammockers happily use partial UQs which cover the same area as the 6 rectangular pads may give you pause on whether that large 7th Z-liner pad is necessary.

    I know where my feet are. If my feet are cold, I'd rather put on warmer wool socks than go to the expense of insulating the whole cathedral ceiling. (I do like my Clarks, but I don't mean to imply they are places of worship. <smile>)

    So, if you don't need the 7th pad, do you want the whole Z-liner system, say, instead of 6 insulated pads you can make yourself?

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    Dem & BC,

    I am looking for pics of the Z-liner TX250 , it is one piece I believe and Completely different than the Z-liner for the NX 250.

    At least Clark's Website describes them as being different.

    From Clark's website....

    "Clark's Z-Liner 250 provides six insulation pads that velcro inside the insulating pockets to enhance your protection against the cold."

    "Clark's Z-Liner T-250 providesone large insulation pad that connects with velcro to the underside of your TX-250 hammock"

    Does anyone own a Z-liner for the TX250?
    God bless! Brent

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    -- William Shakespeare

    What sets a canoeing expedition apart is that it purifies you more rapidly and inescapably than any other travel. Travel a thousand miles by train and you are a brute; pedal five hundred on a bicycle and you remain basically a bourgeois; paddle a hundred in a canoe and you are already a child of nature.
    -- Pierre Elliott Trudeau

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    My apology for misreading. If the T is for "Tropical", with saddlebags out toward the hammock ends: I use a fractional UQ with my smaller Tropical II.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawkerev View Post
    Dem & BC,

    I am looking for pics of the Z-liner TX250 , it is one piece I believe and Completely different than the Z-liner for the NX 250.

    "Clark's Z-Liner T-250 providesone large insulation pad that connects with velcro to the underside of your TX-250 hammock"

    Does anyone own a Z-liner for the TX250?
    I hope someone chimes in here with a picture. My DIY UG uses the velcro for attachment. I'm sure Clark could do it better. It seems a good use for all that velcro already in place on the hammock.
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    I think someone mentioned that they have down in them, they are synthetic, Climashield. I think.

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    Yes Clark says they are synthetic, Climashield from what I understand.

    I do use a HG 3/4 UQ that works fine, I am looking to do a DIY Using the Velcro on the TX 250 and was hoping someone had a picture of one?

    Anyone own one be willing to post a picture?

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    God bless! Brent

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    -- Pierre Elliott Trudeau

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawkerev View Post
    Yes Clark says they are synthetic, Climashield from what I understand.

    I do use a HG 3/4 UQ that works fine, I am looking to do a DIY Using the Velcro on the TX 250 and was hoping someone had a picture of one?

    Anyone own one be willing to post a picture?

    Thanks,
    Here's my DIY PLUQ that attaches to the Clark velcro. As you can see it also encloses the ends because I wasn't happy with the way a shorter UQ distorted the shape of the hammock when using shockcord across the width.
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    "...With saddle and pack, by paddle and track, let's go to the land of beyond."

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    WOW, I like the looks of this DIY PLUQ, willing and able to share the plans to make one of these?

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