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  1. #141
    Jazilla's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by rbinhood View Post
    Got my latest Sportsmans Guide catalog today, and it shows 12x12 tarps for sale for $29.97 ($26.97 Club Members) with catalog # C1C-79978. Get'em while they last.
    If you try and order off the web with that cat. number it says they are sold out
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    LeDude Thanks for the heads up I also found a smaller lighter one from Grand Trunk called the Funky Forest



    The Stats are as follows:

    • 100% ripstop polyester
    • 210-T polyurethane-coated waterproofness
    • Reinforced corner grommets
    • Tent stakes and guy lines
    • Weighs 1 lb., 10 ozs.


    15 Takeoff ¾” nylon webbing tabs at the tarp’s edges add versatility of use and allow infinite ways to arrange, tie down, or hang the tarp

    It's 10X10 I'm thinking if hung on the Diagonal it would provide enough coverage.
    Opinions?

  3. #143
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brassnut View Post
    LeDude Thanks for the heads up I also found a smaller lighter one from Grand Trunk called the Funky Forest



    The Stats are as follows:

    • 100% ripstop polyester
    • 210-T polyurethane-coated waterproofness
    • Reinforced corner grommets
    • Tent stakes and guy lines
    • Weighs 1 lb., 10 ozs.


    15 Takeoff ¾” nylon webbing tabs at the tarp’s edges add versatility of use and allow infinite ways to arrange, tie down, or hang the tarp

    It's 10X10 I'm thinking if hung on the Diagonal it would provide enough coverage.
    Opinions?
    Wow, that thing is $80. For $95 you could get a Maccat standard or $100 you could get a Warbonnet "Edge" tarp
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  4. #144
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    Says it's $45 bucks on my end---still not worth it though IMOH

  5. #145
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    Quote Originally Posted by JPBeck View Post
    Says it's $45 bucks on my end---still not worth it though IMOH
    +1 - the topic of this discussion is the Guide Gear which has plenty of tie outs (sans the most important center ones ) - Keep an eye out, I am looking to numero dos

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    Kinda digging up an old thread but I purchased 2 of these tarps when they were on sale knowing I had a trip coming up in the summer. We just finished 5 days in BWCA and a couple good storms blew through and these tarps help strong. They are not the lightest or pack the smallest but they are huge and provide a on of coverage.

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