Okay ready for more pictures
K went back to warbonnet website.
1. the way i read it. it can be slept in with bug net stored away?
2. the cloudburst and my superfly are same sizes.
so while using the superfly could you still close up the tarp on ends from bad weather. and not have to buy the cloudburst.
oh and if there the same size what's the difference between the 2 tarps
1. The bug net can be unzipped on 3 sides and stored in a pouch at the foot end.
2. The cloudburst tarp appears to be straight cut with 132" top and bottom while the superfly has cat cuts and is 91" at the bottom.
Last edited by Rooster; 08-28-2012 at 16:27.
Well then. Any chances there might be a super cloudburst before the 60 days go off my superfly in chances of a straight up trade. Hoping warbonnetguy will be checking in soon
only way to get the ends of the superfly closed over the RR would be to remove the 4" section from the spreader bar and shorten the suspension triangle enough for it to fit inside with the doors closed
cloudburst is an 11 foot rectangle, superfly is an 11 foot hex with doors built-on, so the superfly is technically longer than the cloudburst along the ground edge.
i made a superfly proto that would fit the cloudburst, but it's 23-24 oz, FWIW, i think you're better off using an undercover or sock in conjunction with a smaller tarp
I haven't checked in for a while and Brandon tries to sneak one by me!?!?!?!?!?!?!?! Order placed for the hammock, spindrift, and cloudburst. I'm just on the weight borderline but hopefully I'll keep dropping the lbs through the fall.
Ah ok. Is there a chance then that doors for the cloudburst could be a option