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    I'm finding the Superfly by Warbonnet Outdoors to be my tarp of choice. Its at the top of the price range but those side tie outs are the bomb. They add more room for my lanky self to get in and out. Weather protection at its best!

    It also offers multiple setup options...

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    Great to hear I just ordered two Superflys. One for me, and the other for my son. The tie outs are what sold me on it over all the others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KayakCarl View Post
    The tie outs are what sold me on it over all the others.
    OK, I'm game. What is so special about the tieouts? I went to the WB site but could not find anything special about these. Please point me to the good stuff!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffalo Skipper View Post
    OK, I'm game. What is so special about the tieouts? I went to the WB site but could not find anything special about these. Please point me to the good stuff!
    They add a lot more room in the tarp and help with blowing wind and the likes...
    Here are a couple of shots of a tarp with tie-outs.
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    swt outside side.jpg

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    Oh, the tie outs. I knew that. Sorry, I am feeling a bit embarrassed.
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    I started my thru with a MacCat standard and it was fine until the heavy snow and rain came. A friend gave me a Speer Winter Tarp and it was wonderful! Sort of the same idea as the Supershelter, as it covers like a tent if you need it to, or can be opened up for a porch. Loved it! Worth the extra weight to stay dry...

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    Quote Originally Posted by KayakCarl View Post
    Great to hear I just ordered two Superflys. One for me, and the other for my son. The tie outs are what sold me on it over all the others.
    You will love it! The quality is tops! Hope yall enjoy the tarps...

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    "The cheapest one I found was here $56.95 with free ground shipping"
    Skipper- where did you find it? I found it for 59.99 at Campmor.

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    Try - sunnysports.com. I have never done buisness with them and only note the price, knowing nothing about the company.

    Kelty Noha's tarp 9 - $51 & free UPS shipping
    Last edited by notdone; 10-02-2010 at 22:49.

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