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    ENO Cat Cut Tarp?

    I was looking at ENO's site a few minutes ago and stumbled across a new ENO product. The ProFly Rain Tarp. I was wondering when ENO would get on the bandwagon and come out with their own version of the cat-cut tarp. A little on the heavy side at 22oz. I wonder when they'll move into the 21st century and start using sil. It does look like it provides a bit more coverage than the DryFly or the Fast Fly. I'd be interested to check it out, but at almost $85 I'm not sure if I'm that interested. Anyone want to go in halvsies on one?
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    That's awfully similar in shape to a MacCat....but heavier.

    I wonder what ever happened to the ENO synthetic underquilt prototype?
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    Quote Originally Posted by angrysparrow View Post
    That's awfully similar in shape to a MacCat....but heavier.

    I wonder what ever happened to the ENO synthetic underquilt prototype?
    I dunno. I e-mailed ENO about that a while back when that thread first surfaced some time ago and never heard back from them on it. It wouldn't surprise me if they came out with a UQ before this autumn, though.

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    they need to tune in here if they want to be on the cutting edge... right?
    don`t leave the CREATOR out of the creation!

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowhike View Post
    they need to tune in here if they want to be on the cutting edge... right?
    Of course.

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    Personally, I am not a fan of the huge logo on the fly. I prefer a more subtle camp site.

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    Nice looking tarp. It's a little heavy but it's not priced to bad.
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    the stuff sack attached to the edge of the tarp is rather questionable in my mind - rain could fill it up I think

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hog On Ice View Post
    the stuff sack attached to the edge of the tarp is rather questionable in my mind - rain could fill it up I think
    It looks like the opening in the sack faces down, no?
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    Quote Originally Posted by angrysparrow View Post
    It looks like the opening in the sack faces down, no?
    frankly I can't tell looking at the picture

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