I would recommend this to all people backpacking in harsh conditions. I got the standard sized tarp, but would recommend a larger tarp to stake out for cooking and such. I have used this in 70 to below 30 degree weather. I have found it warm, dry, and comfortable in all conditions. I would like to know how well it works on the ground, and have heard you can set it up that way. I pack my sleeping bag inside the hammock for drier set up and quicker set up. This is the easiest hammock I have had to… Full review
It does not get any better than this. Great features, great quality. A very well thought out piece of kit. The top of the line 4-season hammock. I will be using this next winter on a (hopefully) 40 below zero wind chill trip in Canada, with complete confidence. I wish this had been my starter hammock. I have wanted one of these for quite a while. After all, this is generally recognized as the very best there is. The built-in bug net stops even the smallest no see'ems during the buggy times or stores… Full review
What a great product! I'm 6' 1" and have plenty of room, used it in a spring rainstorm in Oregon and me and my gear stayed dry. Highly recommend Clark hammock! No more sleeping on the ground for me, or sharing tight quarters with my huntin buddies. Sets up easy and really stable. I often hunt during the rainy season and you need to keep your weapon and backpack dry, I have a bivy sack for my sleeping bag that I store my bigger gear in. If you are considering a hammock tent Clark is a good one! Full review
The Flex 180 is the best solution yet for a two-person, light, 3-season hammock. Extremely comfortable for both, yet allows each room to move. Just wish it had the underneath pockets of the NX 150/250 for colder weather; and had the full around zippers for the bug screen and weather shield. The lack of the full around zippers is the biggest drawback, causing the back sleeper to have to cross over to get out. I replaced the stock suspension with my own system (as I did on my NX-150) of straps and… Full review
This hammock was an experiment, and it works better than I imagined. It's cooler than a tent in hot weather, plenty warm in cool weather, and sleeping with your feet up feels good! So the first thing is that to use it as a hammock, you need trees, or picnic shelter posts, or something. But if a few days of your hike in the woods end up where there is nothing to tie to, you can set up the fly using two hiking poles, or some other sort of sticks, and it makes a fine little low to the ground mosquito… Full review
Clark makes ultralight to four-season jungle hammocks.