Falcon Tarp with Dyneema® Composite Fabric

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Ultralight weather protection for the ultralight/minimalist hammock camping experience.


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Ultralight weather protection for the hardcore hammock camper! Made completely from .51 Dyneema® Composite Fabric you will be traveling light and dry with the Falcon Tarp. We began with a traditional asymmetrical tarp shape then added panels on the opposing sides, which provides great protection on all four corners of the tarp. Rather than the traditional 2 sheet Dyneema® tarp, this tarp uses only one sheet of Dyneema®, which reduces costs significantly.


  • Short wings – 36-inch/914.4mm width from center ridgeline
  • Long wings – 40 1/2-inch/1028.7mm width from ridgeline
  • Ridgeline – 11-feet/3352.8mm
  • Weight – 134g (Green and White) – 143g (Camo)

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  1. MarkTurner

    MarkTurner (verified owner)

    This deserves reviews! My initial impressions are great, what a clever tarp design!

    Make no mistake that this is a minimalist tarp, you need to be comfortable with dialing in setup and maybe even middle of night adjustment as conditions warrant. It is like a trimmed down hex tarp, with a little bit pointier angles at the ridge line connections and strong cat cuts on the sides.

    In exchange you get great quality construction, 4.5 oz on my kitchen scale with generous stuff sack, better weather coverage than a traditional parallelogram asymmetric tarp, and a great price for a dyneema tarp. I may use the stuff sack as a ditty bag for electronics in my backpack, sort of a two-fer. I look forward to spending time in the field with some weather, and plan to come back with further impressions and photos.

    You also get a good go-to-ground wonky half pyramid option in addition to the usual A frame setup people use with hex tarps (which I’ll come back with photos to explain).

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