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- Great for a narrow, tide-swept beach
- End beaks are awesome
- It packs down to the size of a Nalgene
- Good coverage width wise
- Seems to grab more often than not
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Blackbird XLC and Thunderfly - Small Boats Magazine
Photographs by the authorThe Blackbird XLC and the Thunderfly are a good match for a steep shoreline and a narrow, tide-swept beach.
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I was suspicious of the asym tarp/fly, but it did it’s job during an evening of constant rain. Best sleep I’ve had in a long time!. Nonetheless I have a Warbonnet Thunderfly on the way for a more affective porch mode!.
Warbonnet Thunderfly Tarp with Panel Pulls - 20D silpoly - Backpacking Light
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Warbonnet Thunderfly Tarp with Panel Pulls – 20D silpoly
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Selling an 11’ Warbonnet Thunderfly tarp in the 20D silpoly Evergreen color. Weighs 13.7oz with stuff sack,...
Gear Review: Warbonnet Thunderfly - Camp. Hike. Explore
I decided to upgrade my Hennessy Hammock Rainfly to something with more versatility. I wanted it to provide a covered spot outside of the hammock and better protection from weather. I was impressed with how well Steve’s Warbonnet Superfly worked and wanted something similar. This led me to the small...
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I was toasty warm all night. I did wear a wool hat and long johns but it was very comfortable. I have a Warbonnet Thunderfly which has partial doors and with the breeze that was blowing it felt several degrees warmer under the tarp.
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