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    Hangandy's Avatar
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    I like the mountaingoat gear mesh sleeves. I can then hang my tarp on the outside of my pack so it can drip dry. Even better now I just have a mesh stuff sack. I'd love to fing a mesh black bishop bag, this would be ideal.

    The sleeves (which you could probably use as mosquito arm protectors) come in different sizes with a pocket on the narrow end.

    http://www.outdoortrailgear.com/cott...orage-sleeves/
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    Senior Member Desiel's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hangandy View Post
    I like the mountaingoat gear mesh sleeves. I can then hang my tarp on the outside of my pack so it can drip dry. Even better now I just have a mesh stuff sack. I'd love to fing a mesh black bishop bag, this would be ideal.

    The sleeves (which you could probably use as mosquito arm protectors) come in different sizes with a pocket on the narrow end.

    http://www.outdoortrailgear.com/cott...orage-sleeves/
    +1 mine are in the mail from Ms. Mountain Goat and I have a tyvek bishop bag for my hammock.
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    My vote goes to snakeskins. Here are the reasons.

    1. Setting up a tarp in a strong wind is immeasurably easier with snakeskins.
    2. Once up, a tarp can be left in the skins so you can view the sky while you lounge. If if rains, the tarp can be fully deployed in seconds.
    3. I always store my tarp on the outside of my pack in the netting snakeskins. If the tarp is wet with dew or rain, it can dry out somewhat.

    In addition, I've recently gone to a continuous ridgeline on my tarp. I leave my tarp on that ridgeline full time, inside the snakeskins. I really like this setup!
    Mike
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