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  1. #11

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    HG 20 Econ Phoenix
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    Very pretty! Now you’ll have a happy wife, and you won’t be cold, either.

  2. #12
    Senior Member
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    Jan 2016
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    Pace, Fl
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    11' SLD Trail Lair
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    BCUSA 10x12
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    The wife and I both got to test our zero degree quilts this past weekend on our wilderness hike. It got down to 29°F at the coldest part of out trip and we had no issues. I measured mine at 1:30 am with an outside temp of 34°F and an inside temp of 84°F while tucked away under my SLD Winter Haven hiding from the slight breeze outside. I was wearing thermal long johns, wool socks, a fleece neck gator, and a cotton style knit cap. A definite success at these temps. Hopefully we will be able to test them at lower temps in January. Thanks George !

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    Senior Member georgecarr's Avatar
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    My pleasure!

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    New Member Hak1911's Avatar
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    Simply Light Designs Streamliner
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    Say OP what’s the skinny’s on the Tarp rods?

  5. #15
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    I second that... the tarp looks really cool! Are those rods packable?

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    Nomadic, US SW at moment
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hak1911 View Post
    Say OP what’s the skinny’s on the Tarp rods?
    I just did that to my tarp. The "rods" /tent poles I used are segmented into 26" pieces, but I have another version that is 13". I got them from https://www.questoutfitters.com/

    There are the .344.

  7. #17
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    Jan 2016
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    I apologize for the delayed reply. This is a UGQ Hangar 12 tarp with internal pole mods (two poles). I ordered the tarp that way after buying a used one from a fellow member on here. Many of my tarps have poles. I prefer my three pole mod on my SLD Winter Haven.

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