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    Got my new (to me) edge tarp

    I recently picked up an edge tarp from the for sale section and got to take it out this last weekend. I have to say this thing is great. So much lighter and smaller than my cheap poly tarp, and it looked as though I had plenty of coverage. So if there are any other newbies trying to decide on a tarp, I highly recommend the edge.

    Now for the pics or it didn't happen section...






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    Nice looking tarp!

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    So we know it a happened! Really like the look of that tarp - congrats on the new gear!
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    Nice tarp. I really like mine. I just finished some GrizzBeaks (see diy or 2qzq) to carry along to give me some piece of mind for really bad/cold weather. The removable option is a big plus for me, and they seem to really extend the usefullness of this tarp.

    jason

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    nice...it looks alot larger than i imagined they would be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PackBacker View Post
    nice...it looks alot larger than i imagined they would be.
    That was kind of why I posted pics. So that any new folks looking for a tarp would have an idea of just how much this tarp covers.

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    Great pics.
    I love my Edge too. It is JUST enough tarp for the blackbird. I like that. No excess weight or clutter.

    At first I wondered if it would cover me in a downpour. Well it has several times. But, like jwright above, i still carry a door kit (just one side) for peace of mind (but have never had to use it).

    BTW your Edge looks darker than mine...

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    Last edited by sturgeon; 11-01-2012 at 16:50.

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    Yeah, it is darker. I didn't know it when I bought it he on the forum, but it is one of the tarps from when warbonnet did a run of them in China before he decided to keep producing them here. I was a little surprised, but honestly it is still a great tarp, so I have no complaints.

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