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    Teras, I wouldn't worry about robust, I finally put one together and the first trip out it was tested by high winds, rain, snow, sleet, even a 1/2 hour of small (BB size) hail. This is my second polycryo tent/tarp and it's great! A bit noisy in the wind, but most tents are. It was a bit of a pain to cut & assemble but well worth the effort. I used 1 1/2" lengths of 1/4" rubber fuel line taped thoroughly with a thin but strong cord looped through them for tie-downs, 3/4 X 3/4 self adhesive velcro buttons on the the flaps (doors?), & ran a strip of red Tuck-Tape along the ridge-line to help setting it up. It's the best of both worlds, protected from the elements but can see everything going on around you. The moon was so bright last night it almost made it hard to ...

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    Teras, I wouldn't worry about robust, I finally put one together and the first trip out it was tested by high winds, rain, snow, sleet, even a 1/2 hour of small (BB size) hail. This is my second polycryo tent/tarp and it's great! A bit noisy in the wind, but most tents are. It was a bit of a pain to cut & assemble but well worth the effort. I used 1 1/2" lengths of 1/4" rubber fuel line taped thoroughly with a thin but strong cord looped through them for tie-downs, 3/4 X 3/4 self adhesive velcro buttons on the the flaps (doors?), & ran a strip of red Tuck-Tape along the ridge-line to help setting it up. It's the best of both worlds, protected from the elements but can see everything going on around you. The moon was so bright last night it almost made it hard to sleep! Great pattern, thank you very much!!!

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