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    Senior Member Cannibal's Avatar
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    I doubt he sells a whole lot of them; the mantra these days seems to be 'the bigger, the better' when it comes to tarps. Send him an email and see what he says. I know he isn't doing them in cuben at the moment, but otherwise he should be able to get a Micro to you.
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    he does not sell the micros anymore i emaild him booooo. lol

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    Hey there.....maybe take a look at the "Edge" tarp.....http://warbonnetoutdoors.com/tarps.php Smallish.....I made one that is very similar in size. 3' sides....11' ridgeline.
    Here is a picture of mine.
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    Shug your tarp is the reason i an looking into a smaller tarp. Lol

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    I'm a huge WB and OES tarp fan (I have one of each) but recently picked up a WL Tadpole for my minimalist, summer trips. It really is a great tarp. Value-durability-weight... It's hard to beat. I'm a fan now.

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    does the tadpole have a cat cut? got any pics id love to see it in action

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    It does have some nice catcuts. Check out the WL website. Unfortunately I don't have any pics of the tarp pitched off hand. I picked up a "green" one and really enjoy the color from underneath while laying in the hammock.

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    i had a micro - i have faith in its ability to cover. not being made anymore though. and, i'd be more comfortable on extended type trips with a little more coverage.

    tadpole rules. i have one now--- great sized tarp. cat cuts on all sides, including ridgeline. built of a slightly burlier sil than the 'ultra-sil' stuff some UL vendors are using. really, quite perfect. i got panel pulls on mine - 1 each side, although they essentially unnecessary.

    i've also always wanted an edge tarp from wb- or an oes standard... so my gear neurosis maybe get the best of me seeing the tadpole swim away.

    anyways... good luck on your small'ish tarp search.
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