Tarps & Shelters
Sea to Summit's Nylon Tarp-Poncho features a seam taped hood with 3-panel hood construction and a wide brim. Made of lightweight but durable 70 denier nylon with fully taped seams. Designed to fully cover you and your pack in a downpour. It's also ideal for temperate climates when a waterproof jacket would be too sweaty. It comes packaged with an oval shaped stuff sack for best fit in a pack.
The Ultra-Sil™ Nano™ Poncho is a raincoat, pack cover, groundsheet and tarp all in one. It is made of 15D Ultra-Sil Nano fabric, is super lightweight and packs down incredibly small. This is an ideal solution in temperate climates and can be used as an emergency shelter if needed.
The Siltarp 1 is a versatile, light-weight 1 person shelter, providing protection from the elements during fast-and-light adventures.
The Siltarp 2 is a light-weight shelter, designed with adventure races in mind, providing versatile protection from the elements for 2-3 persons. 2.4 x 3m rectangular tarp provides 7.5m² of coverage underneath an ultralight Sil-Coat™ Cordura® fabric, which is fully waterproof and incredibly strong. The Siltarp is extremely versatile and can be set up using anything from trekking poles to trees. Multiple light-weight webbing loops allow for a variety of setup options and a stuff sack is included for quick-and-easy transportation.
$49.95 - $57.95
Collapsible, aircraft-aluminum pole design. Ideal for wing shelters, these adjustable poles will work with any appropriately-sized shelter. Available in three sizes, the poles have a collapsible, aircraft-grade aluminum shaft that’s light and easy to pack. The 1.2 m (4 ft) pole adjusts from 119-140 cm (47-55 in) for smaller shelters, while the 1.5 m (5 ft) pole adjusts from 130-152 cm (51-60 in). The 2.4 m (8 ft) pole adjusts from 208-259 cm (82-102 in) to fit taller shelters.
These all-condition, all-purpose tarps are perfect anytime you need protection from sun or rain. Compact packing size and lightweight fabric make these the ideal tarps for any backpacking, group camping or water sports trip. Numerous guy points and special catenary cuts ensure a taut pitch.
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