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    8.5 x 7 Multicam tarp

    I found a 8.5 x 7 multicam tarp for sale for anyone interested.

    http://www.survival-solutions.com/id89.html

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    I'm still waiting for Multicam to be made in silnylon. Everything on the market today seems to be for clothing and gear, and just doesn't fit the needs of a lightweight backpacker. But, this is also interesting:

    http://www.survival-solutions.com/id81.html

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    Good find.

    The O.P.S.E.C. poncho is very much like my Kelty poncho, years ago. The back of my Kelty poncho rolled up. The Kelty poncho was more lightweight.

    I would like the tarp and the poncho in more lightweight material.

    Duro has 70D 1.9 OZ NYLON FR FINISH "This is a breathable item and will be face treated with a durable water repellant finish." which, I hope, means DWR.
    $6.49 per linear yard, 5 yard minimum.

    I don't need IR compliant or FR Fire Retardant product.

    I have sufficient training, not to have a fire under a tarp or in or near a tent.

    I don't care who gets the more lightweight fabrics for outdoors enthusiasts: downproof, DWR, silnylon or even Epic or Momentum. I know I want them. Maybe Duro would do Cuben for us?

    Now, that's a thought.
    Last edited by Connie; 05-02-2010 at 01:10.

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