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    Warbonnet Photo Thread

    After doing a some searching I was surprised to see that there didn't seem to be a Warbonnet specific photo thread. So just to increase the "Stoke" factor for people who are waiting for orders or contemplating getting some sweet Warbonnet gear, I thought I'd share what I had so far.

    1st I was delighted by the tiny little box my superfly came in, even more delighted by how light it was when I picked it up, and even MORE delighted when I opened the box and discovered the packed tarp only took up half of the space inside of the box!



    So immediately upon opening it, I had to rig up some lines and test it out! worked like a charm.



    This Superfly is WAY better than my previous tarps. Hands down.




    That's all the Warbonnet photos I have for now, but I plan to add more as I use it. I would encourage everyone else to add the pics they have to this thread as well, as Pics are just about the only thing that holds people together as they wait for their gear to show up
    "Reason is the first victim of strong emotion."

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    My box was only slightly larger but only because I got two of everything lol

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    She'll be right mate

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    That's how to roll though!
    "Reason is the first victim of strong emotion."

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    Always love pictures here on HF--the more the merrier.

    I think there is also an owner's gallery on the WB site now - I remember Brandon asking for pictures a while back.

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    I saw a thread with a couple posts mentioning that, but I figured it wouldn't hurt to have a thread here too
    Last edited by Montanan; 05-06-2014 at 22:19.
    "Reason is the first victim of strong emotion."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Montanan View Post
    I saw a thread with a couple posts mentioning that, but I figured it wouldn't hut to have a thread here too
    Yeah, until somebody goes and posts some pictures with TWO of everything !

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    yeah.... after kwiktech's post I felt the urge to buy more Warbonnet stuff lol. I mean the wife could probably use a new set up too.....
    "Reason is the first victim of strong emotion."

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    edge - Copy.jpgHere is the size of an edge tarp just compressed by a slight squeeze. These things can get compact!
    It is in the stuff sack

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    A few quick ones I found in my archives to contribute:

    Ridgerunner set up for a great night's sleep.





    Worst night of sleep ever in a hammock. Forgot my straps (first, last and only time ). Had to use it as a bug bivy on the ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by breyman View Post
    Worst night of sleep ever in a hammock. Forgot my straps (first, last and only time ). Had to use it as a bug bivy on the ground.

    That's rough! I would have probably tried risking whatever cordage I could lol.
    "Reason is the first victim of strong emotion."

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