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    Bear paw designs tarp

    I found these on eBay and the 9x10 looks like it might be good for hammocking. I did a quick search on here but couldn't find any reference to this company, has anyone had any experience with them - build quality, design, etc?
    http://www.bearpawwd.com/tents_tarps/tarps.html

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    Two Tents's Avatar
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    I do not have any of their tarps. ( I'm tempted though.) I do have a pack cover from them. It is well made and fits properly. I like it. They responded to my questions the same day and shipping was fast. I'd try one of their tarps from what I know. Post up if you decide to pull the trigger on one.
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    Senior Member vtrek's Avatar
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    I now own one but haven't used it yet. After initial check the quality seems to be there. I got mine for $45 from someone who said it was part of their excess gear and they had never used it. It does look new. Unfortunately I won't be able to put it to a real field test for at least three weeks. By the looks and feel of it though I would say it's a nice tarp.
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    Senior Member zukiguy's Avatar
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    I've also got a pack cover, a few stuff sacks, and a water bag. All the stitching on the items was pretty good (not great). The designs are a little basic but functional and the prices very reasonable.

    They responded to questions very quickly. I asked about sizing for the pack cover and they suggested a size that didn't yet show up on their website. It fit great so I just sold it with the pack.

    The construction of the water bag was good but the opening should be a little smaller. Having some kind of stiffener around the mouth would also help it scoop water and stand up better.

    Overall the products were good but not great but a descent value for the money....and made in USA!! Hope this helps with the tarp purchase.

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    Senior Member bigfoot2's Avatar
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    I have helped John at Bearpaw with a bunch of designs. He is a great guy with awesome products Super customer service, too

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