BEST USE: Hammock Camping
MATERIAL: Ultra-Sil Nano 15 denier fabric
WEIGHT: 12 oz | 330 g
PACKED SIZE: 7.5 x 3.5 inches
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The Hammock Tarp is ideal for creating a waterproof shelter over your hammock during inclement weather. It provides excellent waterproof coverage without adding excess weight or bulk, and uses a 5-point design with a single tie-out point on one side that provides space to cook under while sitting in the hammock.
- Using Ultra-Sil Nano 15 denier fabric we get a massive 11'10" x 9'2" tarp at only 11.6 oz/330g.
- Our unique 5-point design has a single tie-out point on one side, providing enough room to cook under while sitting in the hammock.
- Two tie-out points on the opposite side can be pegged close to the ground for protection against prevailing wind and rain.
One of the lightest coated fabrics that Sea to Summit manufactures, the 15 Denier Ultra-Sil is a siliconized nylon fabric with a polyurethane (PU) inner coating for mild waterproofing. This ultralight fabric has a 1,200mm hydrostatic head.
Best UseHammock Camping
FabricUltra-Sil Nano 15 denier fabric
Frequently Asked questions
Be pitched over trekking poles like the Jungle Hammock Tarp?
Yes – it uses the same circular bartacks in the reinforcing patches as the Jungle Hammock Tarp and Escapist Tarp.
Be used without the hammock?
Yes. It offers plenty of space for one person or adequate space for two to shelter together.
Why buy the Hammock Tarp over the Jungle Hammock Tarp?
The Hammock Tarp offers greater coverage. However, its mid-blue color makes it less appropriate for stealth camping