Design Your 11ft Xenon Hex Tarp

$110.00

DutchWare’s Xenon Hex Tarp is a lightweight and durable hex tarp made from Xenon Sil 1.1. The fabric is reinforced with a ripstop grid, the tieouts are reinforced with grosgrain, the ridgelines are enclosed in grosgrain, and it includes 1/2″ beastee d-rings on the 4 corner tieouts and 1″ beastee d-rings for the ridgeline.

*Please note that if you purchase side panel pull outs with your tarp you will need to seam seal them.*

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Description

DutchWare’s Xenon Hex Tarp is a lightweight and durable hex tarp made from Xenon Sil 1.1 or Xenon Sil .9. The Xenon 1.1 fabric is reinforced with a ripstop grid, the tieouts are reinforced with grosgrain, the ridgelines are enclosed in grosgrain, and it includes 1/2″ beastee d-rings on the 4 corner tieouts and 1″ beastee d-rings for the ridgeline.

Xenon is a polyester sil fabric that has little to no stretch which allows your tarp to stay pitched nice and tight.

*Please note that if you purchase side panel pull outs with your tarp you will need to seam seal them.*

Ridgeline Length: 132 inches (11 ft)

Width: 9.5 ft

Tieouts: 4 corner and 2 ridgeline

Additional information

Weight376.89 g
Dimensions11 × 1 × 1 in
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SKUDUT711-1

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  1. Jonathan Burnett

    Thanks Josh!

    Jonathan Burnett

    it hasn’t seen anything but sunny weather yet as I just put it up, but in terms of stitching and printing everything looks great! Josh made 100% sure of my intent with regards to the production.

    For those curious, I know you can’t see the final print work here but you can see it on hammock forums, and I will also post on the Dutchware Facebook page. The colors came out really close. I recommend shooting every image with a white reference object within the frame (but placed so you can crop it out), that you can use to white balance for consistent color balance between shots. I will reserve judgment for the moment until I see it under various lighting conditions, but as I’m seeing it now I think I would darken the shadows but not by a lot.

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