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    Introducing the Warbonnet TarpTick


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    I think some of these need to end up in my Christmas stocking!

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    To end up in your Christmas stocking? Oh no, that would be sad. They want to breath fresh air and love to end up at your guyline or tie-outs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mittagsfrost View Post
    To end up in your Christmas stocking? Oh no, that would be sad. They want to breath fresh air and love to end up at your guyline or tie-outs.
    Being able to leave them threaded onto your guylines (especially the line going to the trees) is one of the best features I think, so yes they will be very happy on the ends of your guylines, but they work really well attached to the stakes too. I think people who like leaving their ground corner guylines attached to their tarp will find having TarpTicks on their tent stakes to be a great compliment to that. While folks who want to be able to keep all their guylines in a guyline kit so they can grab any random tarp will find it useful to store the TarpTicks on all the guylines. The goal was to make something that wasn't super specialized, something that different users could use in different ways to suit their specific preferences for how they like to rig their tarp. I haven't messed with CRL's much but I feel like you might be able to rig a CRL with it too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mittagsfrost View Post
    To end up in your Christmas stocking? Oh no, that would be sad. They want to breath fresh air and love to end up at your guyline or tie-outs.
    Then I need to adopt fair-weather ticks that won't mind me waiting for winter to pass. Then they'll be cozy and happy in a stocking. Besides I hear ticks like the color red

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    Quote Originally Posted by warbonnetguy View Post
    Being able to leave them threaded onto your guylines (especially the line going to the trees) is one of the best features I think, so yes they will be very happy on the ends of your guylines, but they work really well attached to the stakes too. I think people who like leaving their ground corner guylines attached to their tarp will find having TarpTicks on their tent stakes to be a great compliment to that. While folks who want to be able to keep all their guylines in a guyline kit so they can grab any random tarp will find it useful to store the TarpTicks on all the guylines. The goal was to make something that wasn't super specialized, something that different users could use in different ways to suit their specific preferences for how they like to rig their tarp. I haven't messed with CRL's much but I feel like you might be able to rig a CRL with it too.
    It's perfect for someone like me who keeps changing setup styles every year. Intimidator should get me some for Christmas

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    Ooooooo me likey!
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    Quote Originally Posted by warbonnetguy View Post
    Being able to leave them threaded onto your guylines (especially the line going to the trees) is one of the best features I think, so yes they will be very happy on the ends of your guylines, but they work really well attached to the stakes too. I think people who like leaving their ground corner guylines attached to their tarp will find having TarpTicks on their tent stakes to be a great compliment to that. While folks who want to be able to keep all their guylines in a guyline kit so they can grab any random tarp will find it useful to store the TarpTicks on all the guylines. The goal was to make something that wasn't super specialized, something that different users could use in different ways to suit their specific preferences for how they like to rig their tarp. I haven't messed with CRL's much but I feel like you might be able to rig a CRL with it too.
    I've been waiting for something like these. I don't like to keep hardware on my tarps. Having them on tie-outs would be my choice. That way I can go from tarp to tarp and choose what stake, if any, to use.

    Thanks Brandon. I will be ordering some in the future.

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