Z-Liner 170


Clark’s Z-Liner 170 provides one large insulation pad that connects with velcro to the underside of your NX-170 hammock.

  • Camo
    Jungle Green
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Additional information

Packing Weight

26 oz / .74 kg

Packing Size (L x D)

14.5 X 6.5 in. / 37 X 16 cm

Packing size with hammock (L X D)

16 X 8 in. / 40 X 20 cm

Select Hammock Color

Camo, Jungle Green


The Z-Liner 170 insulation kit fits NX-170 models and all NX-150 models that were sold after February 2015.  If you have an older NX-150, please call us for options. This kit also fits all TX-150 models Clark has produced.  The Z-Liner 170 will also fit North American models made between 2012 and June of 2014. However, if you have a North American model from this timeframe, please contact us for instructions.

Clark’s Z-Liner 170 provides one large insulation quilt that connects with velcro to the underside the hammock bed.  This seals out the cold and creates a consistent warmth under all parts of your body.

A typical camper using a high quality sleeping bag can sleep in this model down to approximately 55 F (13 C) without adding extra insulation. The addition of the Z-Liner will allow you to sleep down to at least 20 F (-6 C).  This is a conservative estimate. Many customers report sleeping comfortably into single digits Farenheit with a high quality sleeping bag and a Z-Liner.

Cold Weather Ratings for the Z-Liner are difficult to specify since they depend greatly upon what kind of sleeping bag or quilt you are using inside the hammock. In general, the additon of the Z-liner should allow you to comfortably sleep at least 30° F (15° C) lower than you otherwise could in the NX-170 hammock.

The Z-Liner is made from quality CLIMASHIELD APEX insulation. Engineered for maximum loft per unit weight, CLIMASHIELD APEX is the perfect choice when you demand performance driven comfort that delivers superior thermal efficiency, resilient loft and durability.We believe this synthetic insulation is the ideal choice for a camping hammock since it is placed in an area that can potentially get wet from rain blowing under the tarp or splashing from the ground in torrential rain. Synthetic insulation continues to work well in these conditions.

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