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    Default its BAAAAAK!!!! Digital Camo Tarp

    http://shop.sportsmansguide.com/net/...aspx?a=1145824
    235316m2_ts.jpgOut of stock for a few years - its back just in time for Christmas and Neo on Hammock Forum member first found this... excellent tarp. 8x8 is small for Hammocks - perfect as a wind break or bivy person

    I am thinking the 11x11 for hammocks... enjoy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Old Owl View Post
    http://shop.sportsmansguide.com/net/...aspx?a=1145824 <img src="http://www.whiteblaze.net/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=24688"/>Out of stock for a few years - its back just in time for Christmas and Neo on Hammock Forum member first found this... excellent tarp. 8x8 is small for Hammocks - perfect as a wind break or bivy person I am thinking the 11x11 for hammocks... enjoy!
    11x11 sold out...

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    Digital - is that for all us inter-web hikers???
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    I (LightHeart Gear) just made some 8 X 10 Camo sil nylon tarps - don't have them up on the website quite yet, but they will be there very soon.
    I can make them pretty much any size needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Old Owl View Post
    http://shop.sportsmansguide.com/net/...aspx?a=1145824
    235316m2_ts.jpgOut of stock for a few years - its back just in time for Christmas and Neo on Hammock Forum member first found this... excellent tarp. 8x8 is small for Hammocks - perfect as a wind break or bivy person

    I am thinking the 11x11 for hammocks... enjoy!
    Where is it? I can't see it

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    Your reading glasses fell over to the left just beyond the keyboard...
    Dogs are excellent judges of character, this fact goes a long way toward explaining why some people don't like being around them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeartFire View Post
    I (LightHeart Gear) just made some 8 X 10 Camo sil nylon tarps - don't have them up on the website quite yet, but they will be there very soon.I can make them pretty much any size needed.
    Weight? Price?

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    Keep in mind, these Sportsman Guide tarps are NOT sil-nylon. They are polyurethane coated tarps. Heavier. Thus one reason they are so cheap. Lest anyone thinks automatically all tarps are the UL kind.

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    the military may adopt A-TACS, a new pattern. if that happens, expect the market to flood with surplus digicamo

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    Sawnie, They will go for $119.00 They weigh right at 1 lb, 8X10 finished size, 12 (black) grommets around the perimeter, and one loop in the center seam. The come with a small camo stuff sack. Camo silnylon with a 35,000mm hydrostatic head.
    I just have to get them up on the website. perhaps this weekend if I can get some pictures.

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    The 8.5 x8.5 arrived today and the tarp is a bit shiny and darker than the photo its 15 ounces without the pegs and ropes - (tossing them) might set it up on the back yard to check it out for water and wind proof. I have to see how well this will work with the Hennessy
    Dogs are excellent judges of character, this fact goes a long way toward explaining why some people don't like being around them.

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