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    So you can make a Superfly in Multicam? Is so what kind of price are we talking. I bought a 10x12 Multicam tarp that is coated for water proofing and flame retardant for 144.00

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trappersim View Post
    So you can make a Superfly in Multicam? Is so what kind of price are we talking. I bought a 10x12 Multicam tarp that is coated for water proofing and flame retardant for 144.00
    Where? What's it made of?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beast 71 View Post
    Where? What's it made of?
    Go to bushcraftoutfitters.com. I think he is out of the 10x12 and 10x10 right now but keep checking. He has them available often. They sell super fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trappersim View Post
    So you can make a Superfly in Multicam? Is so what kind of price are we talking. I bought a 10x12 Multicam tarp that is coated for water proofing and flame retardant for 144.00
    Yip, he's saying it's possible but 2x (or more) as heavy as a standard one. I would bet if enough were interested he'd do some custom ones but at such a weight penalty they'd probably be tough to sell over a regular superfly on his site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breyman View Post
    Yip, he's saying it's possible but 2x (or more) as heavy as a standard one. I would bet if enough were interested he'd do some custom ones but at such a weight penalty they'd probably be tough to sell over a regular superfly on his site.
    Logically thinking here. Maybe the people buying the MultiCam BB may want the MultiCam Superfly. The extra weight might not be a problem either, but price could be a factor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trappersim View Post
    So you can make a Superfly in Multicam? Is so what kind of price are we talking. I bought a 10x12 Multicam tarp that is coated for water proofing and flame retardant for 144.00
    it would have to be more than that, the superfly has doors plus panel pulls that a rectangle doesn't.

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