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    VERY Nice RR. Do they make a cuben fiber?

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    Quote Originally Posted by canoe View Post
    VERY Nice RR. Do they make a cuben fiber?
    As far as I know, Warbonnet does not, but if your interested in cuben, check out Hammock Gear or Zpacks. Personally, from some of the reviews about how loud the cuben is during wind and rain, I'll stick with the sil-nylon. Not to mention the cost difference......RR
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    Thanks RR. I am just getting started in hanging. Collecting info so my purchase will be an educated one and hopefully just once. I really like that camo superfly

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    i got mine today 2013-01-28 18.02.55.jpg

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    That blends in very well with the environment. I would say a hiker would not notice you if you were behind some trees.
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    Anyone else notice that Brandon changed his pull out style on the Superfly? I just got mine and my pull outs have two strips of fabric forming a 'V' shape on the inside rather than the old style circles of fabric... The attachment point is where the two strips join to form the 'V' which means the outward and slightly downward pull of the pull outs is reinforced a bit more (at least in my mind that makes sense.) Great idea, and not something I've seen on other tarps...

    Crowell, Ridgerunner, do yours have this style? I wonder when the switch occurred and what prompted it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldRagFreeze View Post
    Anyone else notice that Brandon changed his pull out style on the Superfly? I just got mine and my pull outs have two strips of fabric forming a 'V' shape on the inside rather than the old style circles of fabric... The attachment point is where the two strips join to form the 'V' which means the outward and slightly downward pull of the pull outs is reinforced a bit more (at least in my mind that makes sense.) Great idea, and not something I've seen on other tarps...

    Crowell, Ridgerunner, do yours have this style? I wonder when the switch occurred and what prompted it?
    Interesting... The pics of the new style camouflage one above has the old circle style... He switched camo recently to the pattern above so he must have just started doing that... You may have the first one...
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    Mine is the same way. I didn't like the way the V was stitched. The strips were not sewn along one edge, and it caused the strip to be a little floppy. It was stitched along one side, and kind of down the middle, instead of the edge. When I sealed the pull outs, I tried to use the silicone to glue the edges down, but did think about cutting the extra fabric off. Set it up last weekend to check the sealant, and it worked fine. No more floppy fabric........RR
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    yes mine does have the strips ,i think i like the circle better looks like it would offer more support

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