Wide Hex Tarp

From: $145.00

The coverage you have always wanted! Introducing our largest series of tarps that will have an overall width of 138-inches, 69-inches per side. Designed to accommodate internal pole mods giving you a maximum amount of room on the inside of your tarp.

*With the purchase of internal pole mods, we will supply an internal ridgeline that will include 13-feet of lash it, shock cord loop for Prusik, and two line lock hooks.

*optional side panel pullouts and internal pole mods available*

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

Description

The coverage you have always wanted! Introducing our largest series of tarps that will have an overall width of 138-inches, 69-inches per side. Designed to accommodate internal pole mods giving you a maximum amount of room on the inside of your tarp. Inside the tarp we have sewn in Beastee Dee rings on either ends of the ridgeline to install an internal ridgeline. You will have your choice of either an 11-foot or 12-foot ridgeline.

The Hex tarp will offer a total of 4 tie-outs and two ridgeline tie-outs. We use 1/2-inch Beastee Dee rings for the guyline tie-outs and 1-inch Beastee Dee rings for the ridgeline tie-outs.

*With the purchase of internal pole mods we will supply an internal ridgeline that will include 13-feet of lash it, shock cord loop for Prusik, and two line lock hooks.

Specifications:
Weight – 11-foot (403 grams), 12-foot (439 grams)
Dimensions – Offered in ridgeline lengths of 11-feet or 12-feet, Overall width is 138-inches
Tie-outs – 4 guyline tie-outs, 2 ridgeline tie-outs, 2 internal ridgeline tie-outs. Guylines not included.
Add ons available:
– Side panel pullout for the exterior of the tarp
– Internal .344 pole mods (143-inches in length) for the inside of the tarp

Additional information

Dimensions 1 × 1 × 1 in
SKU DUT159

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  1. Question

    learnedhat

    Could you add a grosgrain loop in the middle of the outside of the center ridge? Any reason that might be a bad idea?

    Also, what is the side base length?

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    learnedhat

    Could you add a grosgrain loop in the middle of the outside of the center ridge? Any reason that might be a bad idea?

    Also, what is the side base length?

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    Jeff Jones

    I just purchased this tarp. Do you sell patch kits in the event I get a hole or tear? if not, can you recommend the right patch kit for this fabric?

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    Nathan Gehman

    What are side panel pullouts and how do I know if I need them?

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      Dave Gantz

      Dave Gantz

      These are two extra tieout points on each wall of your tarp (so 4 tieout points total). You can use guylines or external pole mods to create a larger ceiling under your tarp (rather than just the A-frame configuration): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yB-NIXZ_ztw

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  5. Question

    Nathan Gehman

    Does the internal pole mod allow you to setup the hammock like a porch? Or like a tent with the pole in the center of the tarp?

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      Dave Gantz

      Dave Gantz

      Here’s a video highlighting these poles on our Two Person Tarp, which should help to explain: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rk8JScu6ZNY

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  6. Question

    paulham999

    Can you confirm that the wide hex tarp uses your Xenon fabric? Additionally, is this bonded like some of the others, or are there seams that need to be maintained?

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    • Dave Gantz

      Dave Gantz

      Our Wide Tarps use Xenon Sil Wide: https://dutchwaregear.com/product/xenon-sil-wide/
      Right now, we can only bond with our standard width Xenon tarps. We hope to offer the wide tarps in the future.

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