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followmear2201386 wrote a review of on March 31, 2012

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just to let you know, this does not come with poles. that being said, it is a decent tarp that isn't terribly heavy. it is definitely meant for more of a car camping/ barbecue type tarp. if you are looking for a backpacking tarp, i would look elsewhere.

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followmear2201386 wrote a question about on November 8, 2011

so my buddy gave me a mint condition 167 Burton FL project and told me I could split it. I know the FL was the top of the line model about a decade ago. I don't know about the core and how well it will split, although if I remember, the FL project had some carbon stringers and a weird hybrid core. Any ideas on if this board will split well? Just found out it is from the year 2000.

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followmear2201386 wrote a question about on November 7, 2011

my main concern with a bivy is not in keeping me dry in a 10 hour downpour. Rather it is to protect my down bag from splashes coming off a tarp/open floor shelter/ snowcave/ dew, etc.

Problem is that I am a warm sleeper and my down bag is notorious for not breathing very well by itself. Therefore, i need to make sure the bivy sack I buy can breath really well. Does anyone know how this BD fabric compares to eVEnt or membrain? I am desperately trying to avoid the dreaded bivy condensation

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followmear2201386 wrote a question about on September 28, 2011

does this bivy have a mesh no see um component over the face/ head area?

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