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    Mountain Goat vs Wilderness Logics Tarp skins.

    I like the idea of mesh skins to let a wet tarp drain and dry.

    But some mesh is a little fragile for me.

    A drawback of ordering stuff online is you can't hold them or see them well.

    Anyone have any experience with either of these products?
    Last edited by adkrella; 01-27-2014 at 20:27.
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    I have 2 sets of the Wilderness Logics and really like them.
    I make stoves, more stoves than I should…more stoves than my wife says I need…I can't help myself, I make stoves! Oh, did I mention Foster Pots / Mugs? My wife is so proud of me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 12trysomething View Post
    I have 2 sets of the Wilderness Logics and really like them.
    Well if you got more than one you must really have thought they were ok.

    Thanks .
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    And I have 2 sets of the Mountaingoat ones - one for each of my tarps. I have no doubts about their durability.

    My guess is that you're going to be happy with either. The benefit to Mountaingoat is that you tell her what tarp you have, and she'll make sure to make them to fit. The WL ones are one size. But for most tarps it won't matter, unless your tarp is really short or really long.

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    Mountain Goat satisfied customer here. Four sets on my family tarps.
    Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the strength to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.

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    Only 1 set of Mountaingoat skins here, LOL. They're great!
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    Mountain goat makes a fine product
    Love mine

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    Mountain goat makes a fine snake skin.Quick shipping also.

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    I ordered a set from Mountain Goat made for my 12x12 Kelty. I liked them well enough that I order another set for my 10x10. I recommend them.

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    2 Mountain Goats and still going strong, love them.

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