All Backwoods Daydreamer tarps come standard with the following features:
The Three Season is a Hexagon shaped tarp which gives lots of coverage, but shaves the ounces by losing the corner weight. This is an excellent size for ultralight backpackers who still want a large enough tarp to do camp chores under. (11' ridgeline, 10' wide)
The Four Season series tarps come in either catenary cut or rectangular cut models. This is a large tarp with good coverage for all year use. The tie-outs are positioned so that the ends can be swung in to protect from wind driven rain. (11' ridgeline, 10' wide)
This is a very large tarp designed for severe wet and snowy weather. While the ridgeline is still 11', the outside edges are 13' long, giving an extra foot of coverage on either end. The short ends are straight cut to offer better enclosure. The Winter Dream now includes Industrial Polyacetal snaps running down the straight edge, allowing you to completely close the ends off quickly and easily. An excellent tarp for severe foul weather. (11' ridgeline, 10' wide, 13' long)
Asymmetrical: For the serious gram counter, here is your tarp for fast and light packing. It is a diamond fly, but with the corners off center to reflect the way most people sleep in a hammock - corner to corner. For hammock campers who want to stay dry, but need to cut out every possible ounce. (11' ridgeline, 7'3" wide, 8.5oz).
Rectangular: This one is a bit larger than the asymmetrical model and is an ecxellent choice if you need more end coverage for your setup than the asym model affords. The rectangle tarp is also a good choice if you are concerned about having to go to ground at some point and will need a more versatile tarp. (11' ridgeline, 5' wide, 11oz).
Note: The Fair Weather Friend series tarps have no seams and do not require seam sealing.