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    Senior Member Dave41079's Avatar
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    You know I watched that video last week or whenever it was posted and didn't even think about it being the Edge. That definitely looks like it would pack small enough for me. I think I may wait a few weeks and just get the spinn so I don't second guess myself.
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    Senior Member exup's Avatar
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    I've been wanting to see a comparison of the edge and standard with the standard over the edge to see how big of a difference the cat cuts are.

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    Senior Member texron's Avatar
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    Living on the Edge

    Here is mine in Spinn. LOVE this tarp
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    I have the WB Edge in spinn. It packs in the stuffsack approx. 4 1/2" x 12". It will compress to 10" or less. I bought mine in the For Sale section, so it came with guy lines. It does have loops at the corners with two 1/2" rings in them. This one has separate guy lines, not the continuous ridge line.

    I haven't tried it yet as nowhere to hang in my house or yard, but will take it out later in the spring for an overnight hang.

    It is a little noisier than silnylon but not near as bad as my tyvek ground sheet. That one was about 118db.....

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    Senior Member Dave41079's Avatar
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    It should be in next week, so I'll definitely go string it up and get some good pics. If anyone wants to see anything in particular, let me know and I'll do my best to get pictures. I've already made some mason line whoopie slings for the guyouts and will be using a 2 line ridgeline with prussiks.
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