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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 30 April 2019
Never experienced camping with a tarp before, but I will never look back now. Thanks to all the tie out points on this item, it can be hung in many different configurations. If you pre-set it up, you can have this out the bag and hung in a matter of minutes.
Our first night we were battered by wind and rain, the tarp held up beautifully, retaining it's tautness throughout the night and, more importantly, kept us bone dry.
The fabric feels pretty tough and durable, and the re-enforcement on the tie out points give me absolute confidence in their strength.

The only downsides to the item are, it does weight more than I expected, but still lighter than our tent. The weight was not an issue at all though, and if it means it's more durable then I'm absolutely fine with it.
Also, the included guy lines aren't the best and you'd likely need to purchase separate parachord. They're only about 2m long, and the fabric doesn't feel very strong. They suited fine for tying the tarp off to the ground, though they did stretch in the rain requiring re-adjustment.

Overall, super happy with this item and would happily recommend it!
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