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    UQ vs Z-liner

    Which do you use on your Clark?

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    I prefer an UQ so I can use it on other hammocks. Z-Liner can only be used on the Clark. I find the UQ is warmer and lighter in weight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BajaHanger View Post
    I prefer an UQ so I can use it on other hammocks. Z-Liner can only be used on the Clark. I find the UQ is warmer and lighter in weight.
    x2.....for multibrand owners the UQ is a plus

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    I use a JRB Mt. Washington 4. Fits my Clark NX-150 perfectly. vents well in warm weather, and cinches up tight in freezing weather. Perfect addition to my Clark

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    Is the a UQ that is ideal for the NX-250? Do all you guys use top quilts too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC9696 View Post
    Is the a UQ that is ideal for the NX-250? Do all you guys use top quilts too?
    I don't know about an "ideal" UQ, but I have easily used a 3/4 enlightenedgear UQ on my Nx250, a hammockgear full length, and currently use an undergroundquilts full length. They all work as though made for that hammock, so about whatever you find you should have no problem with.

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    I use a HG 0* in the winter and a Lieghlo 20* in the fall and spring. Both snug up nice and wrap you in downy goodness. Plus the scrunch down small in a stuff sack.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BC9696 View Post
    Is the a UQ that is ideal for the NX-250? Do all you guys use top quilts too?
    Normally, yes. But sometimes I'll use a sleeping bag and loan my down to gearless friends to get them hooked.
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    I am using a KAQ New River UQ on my NX-250. Fits very well.

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