Rain Fly Tent
Never let a cold night or morning dew ruin your adventure! With this waterproof rain fly tarp, you have everything you need to construct the perfect shelter for every outdoor adventure. Whether your adventure takes place in the desert, forest, beach, or backyard, these rain fly tarps are here to keep you, your friends, and your gear dry, comfortable, and safe against the elements.
- 6 x Aluminum Stakes
- 6 x Nylon Ropes
- 1 x Portable Carrying Bag
- 1 x Ripstop Nylon Tarp
- 2000mm PU Waterproof Coating
- 210T Ripstop Nylon Fabric
- Includes Carrying Bag for Easy Transportation
- All-Weather Protection
- Easy Setup
- Dims. 9.8' x 9.8'
Forget about the hassle! The last thing you want to do at the end of your daily adventure is struggling to set up a camp; this versatile tarp was designed to be a fast and easy setup tent. It will be the perfect shelter for a great adventurer. This camping gear was crafted with 2000mm PU waterproof coating, 210T Ripstop nylon fabric, so its waterproof properties will repel rain, wind, snow, and sand, keep you protected, and comfortable during your outdoor adventure.
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Quality is top notch but it came with line attach fittings I am not familiar with and there is no documentation/instructions included.
This was just what I was looking for!! Seem to be well made,and it is tough enough for what I will put too it!! Thank you
Good item as described and expected. Useful emergency item as well as lightweight camping.
Great condition and love the quality. Also very fast shipping
The tarp performed well on its first outing, even with dangerous fires nearby and stronger than expected winds. The pegs are terrible; I'll substitute something from one of my tents the next time. But the quasi-spectra cord that is in this kit is particularly bad. It looks great until you start to use it. After being subjected to shaking around in the backpack, on the second day the cords were tangled together into one big useless knot; not unlike iPhone headphones. And when I managed to get some of the cordage untangled, the plastic blocks supplied to replace an actual knot failed. I just used a knot with a some extra hitches to get the required friction. On the second night's breakdown, I just got disgusted and cut all the cord off. I have better stuff here that I will use for my next trip.
I do like the tarp. It's not the box-store one that weighs a ton, it's not an 'emergency tube tent' that will last a weekend, and it's not a tent fly that costs a fortune. After a weekend I can see that I will get a lot of use out of it on future trips.