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  1. #1
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    ENO Pro fly or something better?

    I was considering getting the eno pro fly but not sure if its enough protection from rain as its 10' 6" x 6' 4". Is it enough?

    or should i spend 15 more and get a Hennessy Hex Fly which is 11 x 10 ft and only 2 ounces more?

    Any better options in the 50 to 80 dollar range?

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    I'd definitely choose the Hennessy Hex over the ENO Profly.

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    ENO Pro fly or something better?

    If you're not worried about weight take a look at the Kelty Noah's tarp 12. It's huge.

  4. #4
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    Profly - $80-ish, 126x76, 1lb,6oz
    Warbonnet Edge - $85 ($95 w/ shipping) 126x98, 10oz

    Either will give you enough coverage, but the edge weighs less, while being slightly wider for only a little more. Even if you don't go with warbonnet, check out the other cottage vendors here. Most of them will have tarps in a similar price range that will be a better value than the eno. Or start watching the for sale section here and you might get a bargain (I did).

  5. #5
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    Between the two you mention I'd go with the Hex. I have a Kelty Noah 12 and a Chinook 9 X 12, both are inexpensive and good tarps if weight isn't a big concern.

    If you you are open to spending a little more the Tad Pole looks pretty good for $85 + shipping. I've been thinking about picking one up but haven't pulled the trigger yet.

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