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    Senior Member Vanhalo's Avatar
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    Just a Fly on the Hammock Hans.

    So I would love to hear from some of the folks who have used the Warbonnet Fly family tarps (excluding the Superfly)?

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    I always leaned towards the Thunderfly before the Mountainfly was released.

    Still undecided.

    I guess I am asking for folks who have used the Thunderfly if they ever want more coverage.
    "...in Florida, she felt air conditioning for the first time, and it was cold and unnatural upon her skin."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanhalo View Post
    So I would love to hear from some of the folks who have used the Warbonnet Fly family tarps (excluding the Superfly)?

    Tarp-Comparison-01.jpg

    I always leaned towards the Thunderfly before the Mountainfly was released.

    Still undecided.

    I guess I am asking for folks who have used the Thunderfly if they ever want more coverage.
    I love my thunderfly and was just looking at the mountainfly , that little extra might be nice in heavy rains , able to keep tarp a little higher. I already own all WB other tarps , hard to justify this one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Got Sag View Post
    I love my thunderfly and was just looking at the mountainfly , that little extra might be nice in heavy rains , able to keep tarp a little higher. I already own all WB other tarps , hard to justify this one

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    If I didn't have the SF and was buying one I think I would go with the MF , mainly because I hang in alot of wet weather.. thats realy a hard choice

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    Just a Fly on the Hammock Hans.

    They should have put a Superfly in there too. I would've liked to see that as well. How exactly does it compare?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HandyRandy View Post
    They should have put a Superfly in there too. I would've liked to see that as well. How exactly does it compare?
    IMO its the go-to all year tarp if someone's going to have one and do winter hanging . Second thought ,, easy decision between MF & TF if head room while still keeping tarp low to ground is inportant then MF, that's really the only difference

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    Thanks for the input. I lost track of this thread for a few days.

    Let me add these specs

    Superfly
    30D 2000mm NeverMist™ Silnylon: 19oz
    20D 2000mm NeverMist™ Silpoly: 18oz
    30D 2000mm NeverMist™ Silpoly: 20oz
    Ridgeline Length: 11’0”
    Width: 10’0”

    Mountainfly
    *Weights include (2) Micro Carabiners & Stuff Sac
    30D 2000mm NeverMist™ Silnylon: 17.25oz
    20D 2000mm NeverMist™ Silpoly: 15.5oz
    30D 2000mm NeverMist™ Silpoly: 18oz
    Ridgeline Length: 11′
    Width:120″

    Thunderfly
    30D 2000mm NeverMist™ Silnylon: 14.9oz
    20D 2000mm NeverMist™ Silpoly: 13.4oz
    30D 2000mm NeverMist™ Silpoly: 14.9oz
    Ridgeline Length: 132″
    Width:103″

    Minifly
    30D 2000mm NeverMist™ Silnylon: 13.0oz
    20D 2000mm NeverMist™ Silpoly: 11.75oz
    30D 2000mm NeverMist™ Silpoly: 13.0oz
    Ridgeline Length:132″
    Width: 91″
    "...in Florida, she felt air conditioning for the first time, and it was cold and unnatural upon her skin."
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    http://www.atweather.org
    Hammock Insulation Temperature Testing Results Spreadsheet

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