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The Warbonnet SuperFly Tarp is simply the best lightweight tarp we have ever used. It is a great tarp for the Blackbird XLC hammock, but it is also just as good all by itself for those who like to ground camp. It is 11'x10' and packs up smaller than a nalgene bottle, one of the smallest most compressible tarps we have ever used. Because it has so many tie off points you can setup in a plethora of different ways. In cold conditions you can make it like a floor-less tent by closing the side wings off and staking it straight to the ground. You can also stake one side and then flare the other in order to have a view of the area in an open lean too setup. And because it has the side door flaps, even if you use it in a lean to fashion with one side flared, you can still protect from sideways wind/rain by staking off the doorway to cover your feet. The tarp only weighs 1 lb. 3 oz., and is large enough for several people to sleep under. This tarp also has tie off points on the sides of the tarps for snow conditions, so that snow won't accumulate. These tie off points also add a lot of space to the inside of the tarp for more room to swing in your hammock without touching the sides. It's also great in extremely high wind conditions! If you like ultralight tarp camping and need a tarp that will cover you in any weather, then this is the best setup in our opinion.
Item weight: 1 lb. 3 oz.
Ridgeline Length: 11’0”
Fabric: 1.1oz/30D 2000mm NeverMist™ Silnylon
Color: Olive Brown
Note: We don't recommend the multicam version that warbonnet offers because it is made a different and heavier material. This color will give you all the camo you need for almost any woodland environment. We also don't recommend having this tarp near fires because sparks will damage the tarp. It is best for camping with a sleep system such as sleeping bag and ground pad.
Warbonnet SuperFly Tarp
Bought superfly tarp & XLT back in late 2015, used a bit off & on until mid April 2019 when I moved outside, the bottom edges started tearing and fraying by mid September. Well, I bought once and sadly I'm gonna be crying again since it failed when I needed it bad, just like the zipper on the XLT bugnet...Very disappointed and $300 plus dollars less on something I thought should last me for years. If your using only a couple times a year it might last you, but if more than that get something cheaper like Eno, they'll last about the same for way less money.
I’ve used the superfly for quite a while now. I thought I would upgrade and got a Cuben fiber but I decided to sell it and just buy a second superfly!! For the money, quality, ease of use, and perfection, you just cannot get a better tarp. These would still sell if they were 200$. I would much rather have 2 superflys than one cuben fiber. I have one in silpoly and one in silnylon, which gives the option of switching out if I expect heavy rain or heavy wind (the silpoly retains less water and is lighter, but the silnylon is a little more durable).
Fantastic Tarp at a great price