NX-270

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 11 customer ratings
(11 customer reviews)

$399.00

Arrives before Christmas to US locations. The NX-270 is our finest model, combining cold-weather features with durability to create the perfect solo hammock.  Backpacker magazine praises its versatility and comfort. Everything is right where it should be. Get great 4-season options that often keep you from having to bring a underquilt or pad, plus the best suspension system included in the box.  We make this product with care in Salt Lake City.  You can have confidence that we’ll stand behind it.

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Additional information

Type

Solo

Climate

4-Season

Packing Weight:

2. 6 lbs / 1.19 kg (2.9 lbs / 1.38 kg with included full suspension kit)

Packing Size:

16 X 8 X 6 in. / 40 X 20 X 15 cm

Safety/Comfort Weight Limit:

300 lbs / 136 kg

Maximum Weight Limit:

700 lbs / 318 kg

Description

Arrives before Christmas to US locations. The NX series is the ultimate tent hammock.  Backpacker Magazine named the NX-270 a “best new hammock” of 2017, praising its spaciousness, “excellent livability” and insulating properties (See the review).  In addition, the NX-270 includes the finest suspension available anywhere including the highest grade Spectra slings, Timp-Hitch attachment point installed on the hammock, and adjustable tree protection straps that make suspending your hammock easier and faster than ever.  You will stay dry, bug-free and perfectly comfortable in this American-made system.

The NX-270 is ready for a wide range of temperatures. The insulating pockets allow you to leave your pad or underquilt at home down into the 30s F (around 0° C).  These insulating pockets are accessed through zippers inside the tent hammock.  Organize and store gear in these pockets to help the pockets insulate even better. When temperatures drop further, velcro is built in around the bed to accommodate our Z-Liner 270 underquilt. The breathable WeatherShield zips in to transform the hammock into an enclosed tent, providing warmth, a wind break, or extra protection from rain and snow.

The NX-270 combines a large solo bed with flexible poles to create a spacious feeling and easy set-up.  Simply connect the hammock to two supports, insert the poles, and you are ready for a comfortable sleep.

A dedicated cell phone pocket and a two-ended pocket (which can hold anything from a water bottle to a pistol) complete the interior storage.

You will notice the quality of the craftsmanship right way.  Each hammock is made in our Salt Lake factory from the best materials.  Every bed is made from US fabric that is woven to provide breathability, water repellency and mosquito resistance.

Features:
Timp-Hitch suspension system includes 2000 lb. Spectra slings and adjustable tree straps; Space-creating, flexible fiberglass poles; water-resistent, breathable WeatherShield; six large pockets underneath hammock bed designed to store gear and provide insulation against the cold; mosquito-resistant bed fabric; two interior pockets for phone and other items; full No-See-Um netting has double zippers for highest level of versatility; no-tip design; built-in stuff bag system

Patent Nos.

  • 8,650,679
  • 8,356,370
  • 5,913,772

Frequently Asked Questions

Should I buy the NX or TX model?

The NX series is intended for backpackers who will usually be camping in nighttime temperatures between 35 degrees F and 65 degrees F (2 – 18 C).  In these temperatures, the insulating pockets allow you to avoid bringing a pad or underquilt.  The WeatherShield (the breathable cover that zips over the netting) is standard on the NX models.

The TX models are intended for people who plan to camp in nighttime temperatures above 60 degrees F (15 C).  The TX is especially for humid and hot climates.  The storage pockets are spread apart to allow you to feel cooling breezes and the head end has extra air circulation provided by the netted hood.  If you purchase the TX model with the WeatherShield option added, using a pad or underquilt makes it fully winterized.

11 reviews for NX-270

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    John W.

    The best hammock I’ve ever had. Spent the last three years in mine and completely changes backpacking all together. Waking up in the morning and your back is not killing you like laying in a tent, or pouring down rain and laying comfortably above the wet ground.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Alex D

    I have owned an NX since 2013 and i must admit that without this jewel all my camping and my two times in BC would have never been so comfortable. Definitely love the Clark hammock!

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Gerald J.

    I purchased a Clark NX in May of 2016. That hammock became my home for the next nine months. Sleeping in the hammock nightly was not by any means a step down from a traditional bed. The mountains of Oregon and Northern California became my turf during that time. I hung that hammock in some very novel and scenic places, camping illegally, the entire time. Setting up camp in total darkness, mostly by feel was a necessity in these situations. The Clark hammock made this quite a simple task. I even weathered a category two hurricane that battered Northern California and Southern Oregon for six days, in comfort. I was able to strike camp in one hundred mile an hour winds and torrential downpours, in total darkness with relative ease. I laughed at the howling winds that sent other less adventurous campers scurrying to hotels and shelters like whipped pups. Yes, nothing in the advertisements put forth by your company turned out to be hyperbolic in nature. If anthing, they proved to be understated. In my opinion, I can state with confidence, that no other customer.has placed your product under greater stress than I. If they have, I doubt that they survived to tell the tale. My story will definitely be told as I am in the process of writing a book about my adventures.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Kolten M.

    I took my NX on a solo backcountry trek through the Sawback mountains near Banff. I brought it mainly to save weight but it was one of the most comfortable camping experiences I’ve had. After several trips it’s still holding strong

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Danny R.

    I’m writing because my (military) teammate has one that was passed down to him and we all fell in love with it and this is why, During one of our missions in the desert we got hit by a sandstorm in the middle of the night and he was the only one out of our 8 man platoon that had your hammock and survived through the night without losing any sleep. Meanwhile, the rest of us suffered in our garbage personal tents that let all the sand in that completely covered us from head to toe including our weapons and gear. Then we woke up to freezing temperatures covered in sand to walk out into a hail storm to try and fix our flimsy tents that we got issued by the military. 4 of the 7 tents were completely ruined and inoperable afterwards. Your product literally survived the test of nature without a scratch. You’ve convinced 8 of us that your product works and we would love to pass it on to the rest of our community and other elite communities alike.

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Chris K.

    Whether I’m sleeping in sleet in Illinois, mosquitoes in Wisconsin or ticks in Missouri my Clark hammock has provided exemplary comfort and protection while sleeping. I keep telling my friends about it about it! They’re great!

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jerry F.

    Will never sleep another night on the ground! Maybe above the tree line but should have a boulder or two to tie to, LOL. Perfect for my next trip to Coyote Lake!! Had mine about 7 years now and LOVE IT!!

  8. Rated 5 out of 5

    David A.

    My NX has served me well, especially for winter outings. I’ve fitted my 0 degree underquilt and I stay toasty warm. The weathershield affords just enough windbreak and can be vented to allow vapor to escape.

  9. Rated 5 out of 5

    Soren D.

    My Clark has accompanied me through very cold nights in the woods and has kept me quite comfortable! Went up into the upper peninsula of Michigan and had a weekend in the wilderness. Sleeping in a hammock is better than a tent, especially if you have a quality hammock like a Clark.

  10. Rated 5 out of 5

    Eric Tator

    Similar to another reviewer, this hammock changed backpacking for me forever. If you live in an area where trees are not an issue, I can’t think of a single reason to choose a tent over this hammock for a solo hiker. The most striking difference is how much better sleep I get in the NX-270. The price/weight/ease of set up are comparable, but the comfort, versatility, and storage are far superior than the solo tent I used before buying this hammock. I’ve had it for a season now, using it many times, and I’m ashamed to admit I feel a little superior to my fellow hikers who use tents/shelters (especially in bad weather.) Quite simply, I love this hammock. The only thing I can’t vouch for yet is durability, but I don’t anticipate a problem here (although I wouldn’t care if it was.) It’s than good.

  11. Rated 5 out of 5

    MikeP

    I’ve been using my Jungle Hammock for the last 4 years while hiking sections of the Appalachian Trail, I can only go out for 5-8 day trips at a time, I find myself literally not getting up as early as I did when tenting to break camp because I’m so comfortable in this thing, no kidding! I’m up to 1500 miles and used this for the last 500 miles, I wish I had it for the first 1000 miles.

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