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    WTB: 3 or 4 season tarp

    I WTB a 3 or 4 season Tarp. I am looking for a big tarp due to the ever changing weather conditions in West Texas.

    Feel free to post a reply or PM me with any help.


    I will also be selling or trading a New Thermarest NeoAir large pad.
    Last edited by jasonb986; 09-28-2011 at 08:28. Reason: title

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    PM Sent...

    I have the 3 season hex here http://www.backwoodsdaydreamer.com/tarps.htm
    Sending a PM with more info.
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    Traded: Light Tarp size unknown

    I just traded with Kanguru for a tarp
    Last edited by jasonb986; 10-01-2011 at 12:16. Reason: sold

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    If you looking for a big tarp that's super light. Check out either the Hammock Gear Winter Cuben tarp or the Z-Packs winter cuben tarp. Both tarps are of excellent quality. I have a z-packs and love it but have a Hammock Gear Winter on order for this coming winter. I am xited to compare the two due to one being a rectangle with a sewn RL (z-packs) while the Hammock Gear has cat cuts with a bonded RL. OOHH boy cuben galore. But you really cant go wrong with either its a total matter of preference when comparing the two. The nice thing about the Hammock Gear tarp is that you do not have to seam seal it. Good luck in your tarp selection.
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    Thanks lazy river

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