Another hanker here
+1 here for the tarp skins also, great time saver.
My ego said, SURE you can.
Half way in my body said OH NO YOU CAN'T
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Also figure-8. At the end of each line I have a 6" piece of 3/32" bungee, attached like a T. To secure the hank, a single over-hand knot in the bungee will hold during packing and unpacking, but it's easy to release. This works so well to avoid tangles that I have stopped using snake skins entirely. I just furl the tarps and put them in an outside pack pocket.
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I'm a 'figure 8-R' too, and I've found that my wife's elastic hair bands (cloth covered) work great for securing those hanks - cheap too! No need to do that too much anymore though, as I'm using snakeskins now.
I also sail, so I f-8 my lines on the boat, but on a larger scale than 2-3 MM stuff.
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