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    Senior Member SC_Dave's Avatar
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    Intregal Designs Tarp

    I'm not familiar with this tarp but I'm looking at one. Can any of you guys tell me anything about this brand? Thanks.
    David

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    Nope. But I'm watching.
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    I guess I should have been more specific;

    Do you have one? Have you had one? If so, how did it hold up? What's good or bad about them? Would you recommend one?

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    I have two. Nice and light with grosgain loops (16 I think) no D rings. Ridgeline sewn like a speer - across the short side. I like mine. Well made.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dragon360 View Post
    I have two. Nice and light with grosgain loops (16 I think) no D rings. Ridgeline sewn like a speer - across the short side. I like mine. Well made.
    Thanks Dragon360! Good info.
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    No problem. Its a good tarp. But if you're paying full retail - look at OES (I have several). They are great too and in my opinion, more bang for the same or similar buck. Any questions I can help with, let me know.
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    My Intergral Designs tarp is about 12 or 13 years old so I don't know how they are today. It sounds the same as dragon360's though. The grosgrain loops on mine aren't sewn on as well as my OES or WB tarps but they hold ok. The quality is good just not as robust as others I have. Again, mine is older so they may have changed the way they are constructed.
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    I have an Integral Designs 8x10 Sil Tarp that I love. The rectangular shape gives numerous set up options. It's well made, light, and packs down really small.

    They are pricey though and I would not pay full retail for one when there are lot's of good cottage industry options. (I got lucky and found one at an incredible sale price at about 50% off.)

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    Thanks guys, I appreciate the info. The light weight is what attracted me to the ID tarp but I will have a look at the others you mentioned.
    David

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