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    Cheap Rain Tarp with Doors

    Right now I have an ENO profly and I really would like to get a tarp with doors but I dot have a lot to spend so I was wondering if anyone knew of a tarp with doors for under $100. I would also like pull outs but they are not a must.
    run hard, hammock harder

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    Safe for an extra week or two and a Superfly can be yours for $130.
    I love mine!

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    Which superfly
    run hard, hammock harder

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemonhead View Post
    Right now I have an ENO profly and I really would like to get a tarp with doors but I dot have a lot to spend so I was wondering if anyone knew of a tarp with doors for under $100. I would also like pull outs but they are not a must.
    add a grizz beak from 2QZQ ($45 for one or $85 for 2)

    http://www.2qzqhammockhanger.com/tarpaccessories.html

    or she offers sewn on doors ($36.00 for each end and the profly is on the list)

    http://www.2qzqhammockhanger.com/sewnondoors.html

    I think these will be cheaper than a tarp with doors (will run around $150 for the new tarp)

    you could also sell the profly and put that $$ toward an old man winter or superfly
    http://www.warbonnetoutdoors.com/tarps.php <--olive superfly $130 ($11 ship)
    http://www.wildernesslogics.com/Oldm...man-Winter.htm <---OMW $150 (free ship)

    also JRB makes that 11 x 10 tarp $136
    http://www.jacksrbetter.com/shop/jrb-11-x-10-tarp/

    good luck
    Last edited by ojdash; 07-11-2013 at 10:48.

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    Superfly is made by warbonnet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemonhead View Post
    Which superfly
    only difference is color and the multicam (70D) is heavier i believe and is out of your price range by a bit. Someone correct me if I am wrong but I was going by backwoods weights (70d on one side was 1.8oz/yd at the lightest or 2.8oz/yd for the double coated compared to 1.2 or 1.3oz/yd finished sil?)

    edit: found the thread https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...ad.php?t=71623
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    Chinook, Noah and guide gear all make tarps with doors for under $70 but they are all rather heavy.
    Directionally challenged...comicly so.

    Not all who wonder are lost...But I'm probably just lost.

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    Thank you for this website! She makes great products for great prices!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DAdamEich View Post
    Thank you for this website! She makes great products for great prices!
    Agreed I have 2 hex tarps and they do ok in winter but I am going to be adding a grizz beak as soon as funds allow

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    I wholeheartedly endorse a tarp with doors. A Superfly would be an excellent choice. However, you're making the same mistake I made when I was starting out with tarps. I decided what I wanted, then decided what I could afford, and the two rarely met. I wasted a lot of money buying tarps I could afford rather than what I wanted.

    If you want a tarp with doors, then save the money for one, rather than buying some tarp you probably won't want. You've established a budget of $100, but the Superfly isn't that far out of your price range. Save your money and get what you want. You'll be happier.

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