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    New Member Chump_Monkey's Avatar
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    Check out my neo tarp in action!



    9x9 is plenty big


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    lol
    I didn't realise a Neo was a 12x12 :P

    I've messaged FanaticFringer back.

    I'm planning to do some long distance walking around the countryside this summer, and the camo will be perfect for some stealth camping
    Though I might have to worry about some trigger happy farmers lol

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    Senior Member FanaticFringer's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chump_Monkey View Post
    Check out my neo tarp in action!



    9x9 is plenty big

    I've always really liked that picture.
    "Every day above ground is a good day"

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    Mine is a 9 X 9 and I must say I love it.

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    How well does the 9x9 perform in a
    storm?

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    Define storm. I've used it in moderate storms (10 - 20 mph winds) with heavy rain; stayed dry.

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    Wow, compared to many other tarps these are inexpensive. Is there a reason for the low price? Are these as good as my $135 Integral Designs? The I.D. is silnylon, is that a big difference? Mule
    Last edited by Mule; 11-23-2007 at 00:41.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skskinner View Post
    Wow, compared to many other tarps these are inexpensive. Is there a reason for the low price? Are these as good as my $135 Integral Designs? The I.D. is silnylon, is that a big difference? Mule
    yep, the silnylon costs more but it's much lighter & compact.
    don`t leave the CREATOR out of the creation!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cannibal View Post
    Define storm. I've used it in moderate storms (10 - 20 mph winds) with heavy rain; stayed dry.
    lol I think that would be what I'd classify as a storm.

    We don't get hurricanes down here :P
    Last edited by Nudgeworth; 11-23-2007 at 07:00.

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    My 9x9 "Neo" was at the 07 Mt rogers hang out, it withstood 2 nights with reported 50 MPH gusts & freezing rain Sat night, is that stromy enough for you? I stayed dry BTW.

    Might I suggest that everyone here e-mail or call or write Sportsmans guide asking for the return of the 12 x 12 tarp. The guy I talked to last month said that they were marked as "discontinued" in his computer, he said that usually ment they were never comming back.

    BTW, the 9x9 is "big enough", I just want a bigger one to make a MacCat type tarp out of.
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