Sticks and stones can't hurt your tent bottom now.
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quality, lightweight footprint that greatly extends the life of the tent, there really isn't a reason NOT to buy one, so do yourself a favor and get one when you order your pine island. After you click submit, smile knowing you've just ordered the baddest tent/footprint around.
I was having trouble justifying $45 bucks for essentially a tarp, but I went for it and I'm glad I did. It packs way smaller than a tarp, to the point where it fits inside the briefcase-type stuff sack that the tent comes in and can be staked or poled out so it doesn't get bunched up underneath the tent in the wind. I've set the tent up with this footprint on every surface from dirt to grass and been rained on in all of them and never had a wet floor. I can't say that for any other tarp. Definitely worth the money.