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    one wind 12'
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    Onewind & Derek Hansen

    I just saw that Derek did a review of Onewinds tarp and hammock. He gave it a pretty favorable review.

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    Thats a great review. My experience matches. Iíve been using my 11í oneWind daily for the last year, indoors and out - super comfortable and no issues.

    I also love the tarp - itís a fair bit heavier than my SuperFly, but not unreasonably so and itís super durable or at least has been so far. Iíve had it in some bad wet windy weather and itís always kept me 100% warm and dry. I really appreciate that it comes with everything that you need (guylines, door fasteners, stakes and tensioners, itís fool proof) - nothing to do but put it up.

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    Think I'm at about 60 nights in mine. I did do a couple mods/add ons to the tarp. I added some hookworms and zingit to the door shock cord loops. I like being able to tension them to stakes.
    I also tied some of their line locks, the ones w/ the little hook on them, to the corner webbing loops so that I could do an interior pole mod. I had extras that I took off of other places/things and the hook fits inside the end of the .344 tent poles.
    I use the ones on the side tie outs the same way for an exterior pole mode and they are fine w/ the shock cord, but for the interior I needed the end point attachments to be non shock corded.
    At some point I'll change those as I'd like to run some shock cord through the tent poles to keep them together and that would change how they end. Probably going to use some Beasty Ds.

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