In my ignorance, I had just assumed that Cuban Fiber was a lighter material. But reading around, it seems much less prone to stretching than silnylon does when wet and with temperature changes.
More than half the year I'll be in a wet climate, and I have noticed my silnylon tarps sagging in the morning (though I don't have the superfly yet, but it is on order).
I'm 99% backpacking with my hammock gear, so the weight savings would be nice, and depending on the cost difference I'd be open to it.
But, what are some alternatives to the Superfly in cuban fiber? I like the coverage, the pullouts, and the doors since this will be my wet and cold weather tarp.
Does cuban stretch at all? Other positives to it? Negatives?