6oz spinnaker tarp
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Andrew Richard
(fairweather8588) - F

Locale: The Desert
6oz spinnaker tarp on 06/26/2007 15:51:17 MDT Print View

After we spent 6 hours making our first prototype for our soon to be company/project, here is the end result:
5.9 oz in stuff sack
8'4x6'8"x4'9"

If anyone has any interest please let me know, I'll be out of town for awhile leaving late tonight...

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Edited by fairweather8588 on 06/26/2007 16:02:37 MDT.

Andrew Richard
(fairweather8588) - F

Locale: The Desert
Re: 6oz spinnaker tarp on 06/26/2007 15:54:06 MDT Print View

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Andrew Richard
(fairweather8588) - F

Locale: The Desert
6oz Spinnaker tarp on 06/26/2007 15:54:49 MDT Print View

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Edited by fairweather8588 on 06/26/2007 15:55:23 MDT.

Michael Fogarty
(mfog1) - MLife

Locale: Midwest
Re: 6oz Spinnaker tarp on 06/26/2007 17:49:49 MDT Print View

Very nice, what kind of price are you talking? I already ordered a MLD Grace Solo, Silnylon tarp at 8.8 oz for $90.00

If I would have seen this sooner? I probably would have ordered one from you, if the price is right?

MLD's Grace Solo Spintex tarp is $150.00

Price yours at $100.00 and you will probably sell a ton of them?

Edited by mfog1 on 06/26/2007 17:54:53 MDT.

Brett .
(Brett1234) - F

Locale: CA
6oz spinnaker tarp on 06/27/2007 07:16:12 MDT Print View

Looks very sharp and neat, and I'm researching my tarp purchase now.. Budget is about $60 and leaning towards a silnylon military poncho; snaps, grommets, hood for use as a uh.. poncho.
How can your tarp have three dimensions? I assume that a typical pitched height.. Then the second dimension is the pitched width and not the flat width? Please clarify. Thanks.

Christopher Plesko
(Pivvay) - F

Locale: Rocky Mountains
Re: 6oz spinnaker tarp on 06/27/2007 07:20:30 MDT Print View

Brett it looks like a tapered tarp so the 3rd dimension is the width at the shorter end. At least that's my guess.

Andrew Richard
(fairweather8588) - F

Locale: The Desert
Dimensions on 06/30/2007 09:05:05 MDT Print View

That's correct, 8'4" long, 6'8" wide at the front, 4'9"; wide in the back

Edited by fairweather8588 on 06/30/2007 09:05:41 MDT.

todd harper
(funnymoney) - MLife

Locale: Sunshine State
Re: Dimensions on 06/30/2007 14:47:31 MDT Print View

Looks good! What's the price?

Andrew Richard
(fairweather8588) - F

Locale: The Desert
Price on 07/01/2007 12:18:42 MDT Print View

We're not sure on the price yet, I'll get back to you as soon as we get an idea

Aaron Sorensen
(awsorensen) - MLife

Locale: South of Forester Pass
Re: Price on 07/01/2007 12:32:38 MDT Print View

A lot of the competitors that have similar tarps out have a cantanary cut in them.
I'm not sure who you're aiming for to buy the tarp, but it would have to be a price low enough to lure away the ones who may be willing to pay the extra $$$ for the cantanary cut.
Good luck!