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  1. #21
    New Member
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    Dec 2012
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    ENO Pro Fly ~$80.00, 126x76, 22oz
    ENO Pro Fly Sil ~$150.00, 126x76, 13oz
    Warbonnet Edge in Olive Brown $75.00, 126x98, 10oz

    What's not to afford?

  2. #22
    Senior Member ninjahamockman's Avatar
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    Jul 2012
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    American Fork,UT
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    No not really the guylines they give are crap and and they are eno. Look at the cheepness of the warbonnet mamajamaba it is cheaper and more awesome you get a bigger bang for your buck and all the stuff he makes are us made. Never Fall prey to eno you will regret it like I did. By the way all of their tarps are silnylon.
    Bacon and Camping makes me happy.

    "When life gives you lemons throw them back"
    Me

    I camp in bear country and I am a bear Burrito.

  3. #23
    Senior Member otter's Avatar
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    Dec 2012
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    I use a superfly tarp and yes

  4. #24
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    Midlothian, Scotland
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    I just took a delivery of material including 22 meters of 1.4 silnylon, the only thing I have to compare is my dd 4mx4m pu coated tarp, I struggle to get the dd in the bag even when I fold it very neatly, as the material came I slid it in the bag... easily I could probably get another 10-15m in. For me, weight isn't a big issue atm, but pack size really is, so yes when my tarps are finished they will be worth it!

  5. #25
    Senior Member SouthernExposure's Avatar
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    Aug 2010
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    Madison, MS
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    DIY 12' GE Tablecloth
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    DIY 10x12 Silnylon
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    So far, my entire DIY setup of 10'x12' silnylon tarp, double bottom hammock with mosquito netting, Climashield UQ, CCF pad, whoopie slings and all associated riggings cost less than 1 Cuben fiber tarp.

    If there was no other alternative than having to pay the price of a Cuben tarp in order to get into hammock camping, I could not bring myself to consider it. The strong DIY aspect of this line of equipment has been very attractive to me.

    Just my considered opinion.

    SE

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