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    Aardvark's Avatar
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    Chinooks available again

    We have received a shipment in for the following item:

    Chinook 11015 Chinook Tarp 12'x9'6

    We currently have 8 in stock that will be sold on a first come first serve basis.

    http://www.manventureoutpost.com/pro...%2C-Green.html

    -The ManVenture Outpost Family
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    .... the Aardvark (earth pig)... a rather unremarkable creature whose sole claim to fame is that it is the first animal listed in the dictionary.
    Rob

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    How much does one of these tarps weigh?
    Mike
    "Life is a Project!"

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    Senior Member
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    I just ordered two. These are for my boys and I don't think a little extra weight will matter, since they are not for long backpacking trips.

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    Mad I love mine, but weigh too heavy for you. Over 30 oz. BTW does anyone know why the tie outs are placed so asymetrical?

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    FYI chinook gear guide comparison
    Chinnok_12x9.5.jpg

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    I have one. Love it. It's not too heavy for backpacking. Took one to the Shining Rock WIlderness (12 miler) and I'm overweight and 50 years old and thought it was light enough. It also kept me perfectly dry during a couple of wickedly hard downpours (thought we'd need to gather animals and build and ark)

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    Senior Member thekalimist's Avatar
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    Not for long! Get them while you can!
    ...in it for pics.

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    Senior Member deerfu's Avatar
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    Love mine! Not real crazy about the sand color but it was dirt cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wwk10 View Post
    ... BTW does anyone know why the tie outs are placed so asymetrical?
    I'm curious also. Anyone?

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    Senior Member bcaron's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by deerfu39 View Post
    Love mine! Not real crazy about the sand color but it was dirt cheap.
    I have the 12x9 in green for the hammock, and a 9x9 in sand as a kitchen tarp.
    Have to say I prefer the sand, it's so much brighter under there than the green.

    Don't know why the darn grommets are offset.

    Great tarps for the buck.
    " I have not yet begun to procrastinate!"

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