Bonded Xenon Winter Tarp

(2 customer reviews)

From: $179.00

DutchWare’s Bonded Xenon Winter Tarp is a lightweight and durable winter tarp made from Xenon Sil 1.1 fabric. This is a polyester sil fabric with very little stretch. Xenon Sil 1.1 is reinforced with a ripstop grid. The ridgeline is bonded, not stitched, and includes extra reinforcement patches near the 1-inch Beastee Dee® Ring ridgeline tie-outs. All ground tie-outs are reinforced with grosgrain and have a 1/2-inch Beastee Dee® Ring.

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DutchWare’s Bonded Xenon Winter Tarp is a lightweight and durable four-season camping tarp made from Xenon Sil 1.1 fabric. This is a polyester sil fabric with very little stretch. Xenon Sil 1.1 is reinforced with a ripstop grid. The ridgeline is bonded and includes extra reinforcement patches near the 1-inch Beastee Dee® Ring ridgeline tie-outs. All ground tie-outs are reinforced with grosgrain and have a 1/2-inch Beastee Dee® Ring.

*This product is patent pending*

Specifications:

Ridgeline Length: 132-inches (11-foot tarp) or 144-inches (12-foot tarp)
Width: 9 1/2- feet
Tie-outs: 4 corner ground tie-outs, 4 door ground tie-outs, and 2 ridgeline tie-outs. Guylines not included.
Length between ground tie-outs – 66.8-inches (11-foot tarp) 78.8-inches (12-foot tarp)
Optional side panel pullouts are available. These will be bonded to the waterproof tarp with black Xenon fabric. There will be 2 on each side of the tarp.
Weight varies depending on the options and add-ons you choose. Viewing the “weight” option above the orange “Add to cart” box after choosing all of your “Available Options” will give you the most accurate weight calculation.

Advantages of Bonded Waterproof Camping Tarps

  • No seam seal needed – This includes the ridgeline and Side Panel Pullouts. 
  • Doesn’t leak – This tarp can’t leak, making it the ultimate waterproof backpacking tarp!
  • Bonded reinforced ridgeline doesn’t perforate the fabric – Stitch free construction! Because the reinforcement is bonded there is no perforation where stitches can pull. This makes the tarp stronger, more waterproof, and longer lasting than other hammock camping tarps.
  • Repairable Send your tarp back to us if needing repair.
  • Side Panel Pullouts can be applied after the tarp is made – Side Panel Pullouts can be easily installed postproduction and placed anywhere on the tarp.
  • Dries quicker – A bonded seam does not hold any moisture, so it dries faster than a grosgrain ridgeline.

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  1. Question

    davebsn

    What type and length of poles are used for this tarp’s side panel pullouts?

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      Dave Gantz

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  2. Question

    steven.pendley

    Does this come with a stuff sack?

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      Dave Gantz

      Yes it does!

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  3. Question

    gjordan28

    The specs show the difference between an 11’ bonded xenon winter tarp with pullouts only 5g heavier than the ultralight version. Is that all, seems wrong.

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    • Dave Gantz

      Dave Gantz

      We’re tracking weights as tarps are made and plan to update the weights in the next few weeks. Right now, the Xenon 1.1 style is about 10 to 15grams heavier than the UL style. Each tarp is made by hand, so their is a weight varience.

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  4. Question

    Todd Steever

    Can snaps be added to the door flaps?

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      Dave Gantz

      We do not offer that service.

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  5. Question

    ryan-6008

    I understand you do not offer the service to add snaps. Will the material tear or have any issues if I decide to add door snaps myself?

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      Dave Gantz

      Dave Gantz

      Yes, you may have issues with these snaps and the material.

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  6. Question

    steven.pendley (verified owner)

    Hello Dutchware,
    You state, “Repairable – We can make repair tape for a tarp so you can repair a tarp in the field.”. How do I get my hands on this “repair tape”? Would like to have some with me on the trail just in case.

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      Customer Service (verified owner)

      Greetings. Send us an email at [email protected] please =)

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  7. steven.pendley

    Awesome tarp

    steven.pendley (verified owner)

    Fortunately I got into hammock/tarp camping right after these bonded tarps became available. So, I have been able to skip the whole seam seaming piece of tarp living, and I am just fine with that. I have had my bonded winter tarp since 2/2022 and it has been great. I have used it in below freezing with heavy wind and it shows no signs of stress. I would recommend this tarp to anyone.

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      Customer Service (verified owner)

      So glad you are having great experiences while using your bonded tarp. Thanks so much for the positive review. We appreciate it!

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  8. Jeff

    Review

    Jeff (verified owner)

    Just had them out for an overnight with temps hovering around freezing, actually got some rain in the night. Both tarps in picture are the bonded xenon, though as you can see mine is custom white and infinitely cooler looking than my buddy’s charcoal grey. Tarps worked great and kept us out of the wind and freezing rain. I was on the fence about needing one verse just sticking with my hex tarp and using my sock as well but I was fully convinced in the morning. As I mentioned it rained at night, and I never actually shut one of my doors since it was like 32 degrees and that’s warm. I had some stuff near that door and there was water frozen on it since the door was open. Had I stuck with a hex tarp and sock my hammock/quilts would have been protected, but all my gear that was under the tarp would have still been exposed. I don’t want to wake up with snow/ice on all the gear I leave outside under my tarp so having (and maybe closing) doors is going to come in handy.

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      Customer Service (verified owner)

      Thank you for sharing this lovely review and this awesome photo with us. We were curious about that white tarp. Very cool to see it in action! Stay warm out there!

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