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Old 10-29-06, 10:07 AM   #1
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Sourcing MARPAT/CANPAT digital tarps

Everyone has got them (or so they say), but who can help me find a Canadian source for a woodlands digital tarp?
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we gots them at the army navy store in Seattle, that's like south Vancouver, isn't it ? try 1-888-276-9689 or 206-443-9689 on Monday and ask for a digital camo poncho. maybe they'll send you one to Canada?

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Bekologist,
Yeh, I found one of those digital camo ponchos at an military surplus place in Toronto. The only problem is that it is heavy and has a hole in the middle! It was cheap enough though.

I started sourcing through the net and found that Hennessy Hammocks will cut you a digital camo fly for one of their hammocks (which is what I have). They come a bit pricey but fit the hammock and the snakeskins for storage.

Lightweight. Cheap. Waterproof. Choose two!

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