HH Hex Fly or comparible tarps
Anybody know anything about HH's 70D "Hex"-Shaped PU-Coated Polyester Ripstop Rain Fly? Does it have grommets or do you they use D rings or something else?
I'm just looking for something cheap but light enough (although not as light as silnylon) to use on my next hang until I get my BlackCat built. I've also considered Claytor's Big Rain Fly. I like the large tarps because I have a long hammock (Skeeter Beeter Pro) and I prefer to have the larger coverage when the weather takes a nose dive.
Or out of left field, Claytor's Diamond Rain Fly? I've been hesitant to go to a diamond fly because here in Indiana, the rain doesn't necessarily come straight down. The wind has known to blow it in from the side which is why I like the hex or cat cuts.
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