- 20,000 mm hydrostatic resistance
- Tarp Only Weight: 1.9 lbs (0.85 kg)
- Packed Size: 12 x 5.5 x 2.25 inch (30 x 14 x 6 cm)
- Compressed size: 5.25 x 4.75 x 3.5 inch (13 x 11 x 9 cm)
- Total Area: 10 x 10 ft (3 x 3 m)
- 70D RipStop nylon fabric
- Non-toxic dual Silicone & PU coating
- Reinforced stitching
- Heat taped seams
- 19 reinforced webbing loops
- Stuff sack included
100% WATERPROOF – The Aqua Quest Safari tarp will keep you completely dry, even in extreme weather. With a hydrostatic resistance of 20,000 mm, you can be absolutely certain that not a single drop of water will get through your tarp.
ULTRALIGHT & COMPACT – At only 1.9 lbs (0.85 kg), you’ll hardly notice you’re carrying it. The Safari packs up so small that you can fit it in almost any space. Complete with its own convenient stuff-sack. Packed Size: 12 x 5.5 x 2.25 inch (30 x 14 x 6 cm) Compressed: 5.25 x 4.75 x 3.5 inch (13 x 11 x 9 cm)
VERSATILE – With a total of 19 reinforced webbing loops including 3 on the centre ridgeline, you’ve got all angles covered. You can even use the top center loop to make a teepee, attach the side loops to a tree, fence, or peg into the ground and go directly over the top of your tent… you don’t even need trees!
DURABLE – Despite being so lightweight and compact, this tarp is incredibly durable and resilient to the forces of nature. 70D RipStop nylon fabric + Non-toxic dual Silicone & PU coating + Reinforced stitching + Heat taped seams = The best lightweight tarp on the planet!
WORLD CLASS SERVICE & WARRANTY – Aqua Quest is based in the Pacific Northwest, where they have designed and tested waterproof gear since 96. All products are protected by AQ’s Two-Year ‘No Worries Warranty’. Toll-free customer service Mon-Fri, 10-5 PST, at 1-844-775-7770.
UPC: olive drab – 899248001395 camo – 899248001487
Great Product. Canadians are good at two things; 1)Hockey. 2) Tarps
Love it. It's become my main hammock tarp. I love this tarp. It's a bit pricier than other tarps I own... AND IT SHOWS in its performance. I have little-to-no worries about this thing when wind picks or when rains pours down. It's large enough to provide plenty of warmth-keeping coverage over my hammock, and it's light enough that I don't feel like i'm hauling around an extra person... like with heavy canvas tarps. Worth every cent.
Nice tarp Haven't used it yet but looks good
Daniel B. Phillips
Five Stars High quality construction and very lightweight. My preference for pitching as a shelter while backpacking in mild weather.
Best tarp ever made This thing is ridiculously waterproof. I've taken it all over the PNW in torrential downpours and it just won't leak. It's almost airtight (try folding it and rolling it up, it holds air). I can't recommend this enough for anyone that goes camping more than once a year
Best tarp ever made his thing is ridiculously waterproof. I've taken it all over the PNW in torrential downpours and it just won't leak. It's almost airtight (try folding it and rolling it up, it holds air). I can't recommend this enough for anyone that goes camping more than once a year
Works as well as hoped. Got this as I needed a larger tarp than the one I have for my hammock. Took it to Big South Fork for a backpacking weekend and worked out great. Rained ~ 1" overnight and kept myself and gear dry. Looking forward for various other configurations and some tarp/tent camping in the future.
Edward J. Nyzio
Good Stuff this tarp is fantastic. Very well made and has a ton of tie outs. I would absolutely recommend it.
slept underneath this during a 8 hour down pour and ... slept underneath this during a 8 hour down pour and was cozy and dry the entire time. My only regret is that if I had known how small it packs down, I probably would have got the 10x13 instead of the 10x10.
Lightweight Very nice lightweight tarp. Stitching is top notch and has ample tie down points.
Great product Great, durable, multi-purpose tarp. It also packs down small. The only thing I'd change would be to add a loop or two on the inside (to hang a light or small items). I usually set it up A-Frame style over a hammock and it has gotten me few a couple good storms. Buy some 550 cord and a few stakes from Walmart and you're good to go. It's a nice size if you sent it up as a tent too, could definitely sleep 2 people in.