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    Tarp help

    Ok I've got the SBP (10'6") I'm kinda stuck on a ENO tarp ( cause I can get a wicked deal ) any way most of their tarps are the same length as my hammock. I've not yet figured out the perfect sag of my SBP. BLAW BLAW BLAW
    So question is which of the ENO tarps would be best?

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    Your hammock maybe 10' 6" but when hanging, the distance from the ends will likely be 8.5' to 9' give or take so you'll have some coverage past the hammock on each end. Also, have you actually measured your hammock or are you going by the manufacturers specs? You'll find it maybe shorter than stated. That has happened with my ENO hammocks. ENO tarps are ok but do not offer decent side coverage IMO but if you can get an awesome deal, get the one that offers the most coverage.
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    If you had to pick an ENO tarp, I believe the Profly would provide the most coverage.

    I don't know what kind of wicked deal you can get on an ENO, but check out the Kelty 12 at Austin Kayak...free shipping & 15% off with code FB15...total comes to less than $50 & it is a great tarp!

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    Thank you
    I'm torn between the super fly and the pro fly, I would prefer a WB but that's no where close to affordable

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    Quote Originally Posted by 720fly View Post
    Thank you
    I'm torn between the super fly and the pro fly, I would prefer a WB but that's no where close to affordable
    how is the eno superfly affordable at ~$250 when you can get a warbonnet superfly, which weighs less and has doors, for $130. the eno profly is 10'x6' for $80 but the warbonnet edge 10'x8' for $85 so that will give you an extra foot on each side for protection for $5 and it also weighs less by 12oz

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