Ultralight Xenon Hex Tarp

From: $120.00

The Ultralight Xenon Hex Tarp is made from our Xenon Sil .9 making it a great option if you are looking to save a few ounces. Each ridgeline end will be enclosed in grosgrain and have a 1″ beastee d-ring. All guyline  tieouts will be reinforced with grosgrain and have a 1/2″ beastee d-ring. Your tarp will come with a stuff sack for storing convenience.

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

Description

The Ultralight Xenon Hex Tarp is made from our Xenon Sil .9 making it a great option if you are looking to save a few ounces. Each ridgeline end will be enclosed in grosgrain and have a 1″ beastee d-ring. All guyline  tieouts will be reinforced with grosgrain and have a 1/2″ beastee d-ring. Your tarp will come with a stuff sack for storing convenience.

Specifications:
Ridgeline Length: 132 inches (11 ft) or 144 inches (12 ft)
Width: 9.5 ft
Tieouts: 4 corner and 2 ridgeline
Optional side panel pullouts are available. You are responsible for seam sealing all pullouts as we do not do it in house. There will be 2 on either side of the tarp.

Additional information

Dimensions1 × 1 × 1 in
SKUDUT147

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  1. TheHikingDovahkiin

    5 out of 5 Very nice tarp

    TheHikingDovahkiin (verified owner)

    Finally found a great tarp after some searching. Very well constructed. Very light compared to my Pro fly XL which is the same size. Recieved it today and used a sprinkler to test it. Zero leaks. Had a good breeze and dried fast. Also fits in the stuff sack with room to spare unlike my previous tarp. Very impressed!
    Thanks Dutch!

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  2. Question

    grimm0614

    Does this tarp have a cat cut?

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    • Carolyn

      Carolyn

      no

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  3. Question

    Kevin Piggott

    Will the 11′ xenon hex tarp fit my 11′ Dream Hammock Raven

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    • Carolyn

      Carolyn (verified owner)

      Yes the 11′ tarp will cover an 11′ hammock.

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  4. Question

    thruhiker2023

    Assuming moderate use, a weekend a month, what could be my expected life on it’s waterproofing?
    I’m not looking for a lifetime guarantee, but I wouldn’t say no to one either. I had a trip that was ruined by a previously water-proof tarp suddenly deciding it wasn’t.

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  5. Question

    jeremyxyoung

    Does this tarp still have grosgrain around all the edges and the entire ridgeline or just at the tieouts? I saw your video about this tarp from 2 years ago on YouTube and didn’t know if it was still constructed the same way or not.

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    • Carolyn

      Carolyn (verified owner)

      It does not have grosgrain around the edges and it is only on the tie outs and ridgeline.

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  6. Question

    roderic.phipps

    Would the 11′ or 12′ ultralight xenon hex tarp be a better choice with the chameleon ? Thanks.

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    • Carolyn

      Carolyn (verified owner)

      either one will work it will just depend on how much coverage you need.

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