Reusable tent packs can be used for hiking, running, camping, car first aid kits, and more. 2000-3000mm is the outside tent waterproof index. The package is easy to carry. The size is suitable for 2 people. Let's use a patent quick- opening design. Automatic pop up of a single layer steel tent.
👤A nice compact package deal has folds/rolls. The lightest tent I could find. It's definitely for one person of average height or 2 children. If I had to make a list of a con, it would be the folding/rolling up. shoddy drawings are what come with the instructions. I found a video on the internet which helped immensely, but once you have done it a few times, it's a piece of cake. The pop-up tent was good. It worked just fine. The rain was kept out.
👤I was not able to fold the tent back up after opening it. The instructions for folding the tent up were written in Chinese, and were written by a Chinese person who does not speak or write English. The wires that hold the structure up moved from their original location. We were never able to get the wires to fold back up after we adjusted them. I was told to keep the tent even though I requested a refund within 30 days. I donated the Unfoldable Pop-Up Tent to Goodwill because I wanted someone else to figure it out. I really wanted this camo tent design. It has a reflective material inside. This could be a very nice camo pop up tent. Please fix the wire design and give better instructions in English. If you can fix the design and allow me to test it again, I will update this negative review. Best of luck in your business.
👤The product is good. I bought it to give to a homeless man because it is small, lightweight, camouflaged to avoid camp sweeps in the woods, waterproof with a sturdy tough floor, and pops up instantly in a backpack, which from the pictures looked like it... It does not. The tent material looked flimsy and I was skeptical about its waterproofness. It was everything I wanted it to be and I was very happy with it. I tried to put it back together. I took off one star because of that. It's almost impossible to get this back into it's little pouch. The instructions are only available in a foreign language with Asian characters. The pictures don't tell you how to twist and Torque this thing to get it back down. It took me 25 minutes to get it to fit in my pouch, but I couldn't zip it closed. I would have it down if I practiced on it and drilled it. I would have kept it as an emergency shelter for my car. However... I was going to give this to a profoundly mentally ill man, but he wouldn't be able to put it back in its pouch, and if he left it in his camp it would be stolen. The instructions that come with it are worthless, and this guy doesn't have a cell phone to look it up and figure it out. It's getting returned. It won't work for the person it was intended for. I was hoping this would be a solution. If it's for you, you can watch the video to learn how to fold it, or you don't care, it's an excellent high quality product.
Keeps your most-needed gear within reach with the 4 mesh pockets in the corners of the tent. The threading part needs reinforcement. Each tent has 13 ultra-light aluminum stakes, 5 reflective guy lines, and a stuff sack. If there is a material or craftsmanship problem, please contact them. Not included is the pole. Useful for camping. The emergency tent is constructed using a mylar type material with a tear and puncture resistant coating. They can be used for a long time. It can be used as an emergency shelter. This is a nice survival kit to have with you when you go camping. The large size of the thermal shelter can support full body protection. Practical and convenient. It's a tube tent that has a rope that runs under the top to keep it in shape. The backpack is easy to carry. The function is waterproof and windproof. The tent is waterproof. The interior reflects up to 90 percent of your body heat, keeping you warm, dry, and protected from the elements. It's easy to set up and carry: Separate the rope and shelter, run rope through both ends, and tie to a sturdy object. It's lightweight, portable and compact. It's designed to pack away small and light. Reusable tent packs can be used for hiking, running, camping, car first aid kits, and more.
👤Not bad, good wind break, but can cause condensation and plastic to be ripped on branches.
👤After seeing a lot of negative reviews, I need to reiterate the item description. The emergencyTENT is an emergencyTENT. This is not for long term camping, a slumber party, or let's go to the beach and party. There is a If you want a tent that has bells and whistles, buy a real tent and see if you can stuff it into your pocket.
👤Thanks a lot, this is good for camping, used them many times, and even homeless.
Let's use a patent quick- opening design. Automatic pop up of a single layer steel tent. The emergency tent is made of premium PE material with a tear and puncture resistant coating. It is more durable than most mylar emergency tube tents. The seams have been reinforced with super glue to prevent water from leaking and to keep you warm in bad weather. Easy setup: 98.6inch Emergency survival tent has 4 stakes, 1 paracord, 1 drawstring pocket, 1 carabiner, 1 box packaging, 2 metal clips and a 120-decibel emergency whistle. The large size of the thermal shelter can support full body protection. Practical and convenient. It's a tube tent that has a rope that runs under the top to keep it shape. The tent is orange and has 2 people in it. The survival tube tent is small and durable. As a means of heat preservation and reflection of body heat to keep you warm even in cold weather, or as an emergency signaling device to make you be found more easily. It can be kept in a survival kit for long periods of time. It can be used as a rain poncho, an emergency sleeping bag, and a shock absorber in extreme weather conditions. The emergency whistle and compact emergency tent make it easier for rescuers to find you. It's ideal for emergency situations. Reusable tent packs can be used for hiking, running, camping, car first aid kits, and more.
👤All of the bivy tents are the same. I bought this one because it included stakes and a stuff sack to keep it neat and tidy. The stuff sack was disappointing, but it was a cheap purchase that I'm not going to waste time and effort to return. Next time, I'll avoid this brand.
👤The tent was torn by laying against the pegs because the bag that held the tent was missing. The clip was missing. I would have been fine with the purchase if the parts were undamaged.
👤Have not used it yet. It was pulled out of the packaging to be tested. Good feel and endurance ability. Excellent.
It is easy to carry and portable, suitable for use in the parking, tea, childrens playing area, garden and other places. Two sturdy yet aluminum lightweight poles are needed to set up a three-season tent. No-see-um mesh door screens and 8,000-millimeter-rated nylon upper are included. The A-frame design is lightweight, compact and easy to assemble. 29 square feet of floor space is measured in 6'6” x 4'6” x 3'. 2 steel poles, ropes, stakes, and carry bag are included.
👤The tent is cheap. I was surprised at how cheap it is. I had one of these when I was a kid, and it was a better quality tent than it is now. The seams are not sealed. I crawled into the tent to check it out. There are more pin holes. If it rains, you will get wet if you take the tent out without doing anything. For sure. There is a I used a good seam seal. The tent's body is next. After seeing all of the pin holes in the seams, I'm not sure how waterproof it is. I used Scotchguard Silicone spray to spray it down. The poles are damaged. One looks like a water pipe after it was damaged, and the other looks like it was stomped on. This tells me that the QC team could care less. When I took the tent down, the small wire retainers that are in the ends of the poles were pulled out of the middle pole section and lodged in the upper pole section. Not good. The side pull out tabs are not reinforcement. If you pull on the sides too hard, you can rip a hole in the side of the tent. It should have been a piece of material sewn inside. The stakes are made of steel. The aluminum stakes would have been lighter. It would be a good tent to use as a backpacking tent if you wanted to spend more time waterproofing it. Stansport needs to up their game when it comes to this tent. The tent would be a 4 or 5 star tent if I had spent the extra $5 or $10 for the items I mentioned. The tent still leaks after the seam was sealed. There are 6 points on the floor that are the main points of leak. The floor is made of tarp material, which does not stay in place. I used alcohol to clean the spots to remove any residual chemicals that might interfere with the seam. I wouldn't recommend this tent. Good weather camping is the only thing this tent is good for. Do not buy this one if you are looking for a backpacking tent. You have been defeated. I tested the tent in my yard during a rain storm after it was seam sealed and waterproofed. Your average rain storm. The tent is still leaking. It failed miserably. I will either put it in my yard sale pile or let the kids use it as a play tent since the return window has passed. Don't waste your money on this tent! Total garbage!
👤If you stack on top of one another, the pup tent has room for one plus gear. I stayed warm and dry with an extra tarp over it, because I used this in 20 degree weather. Replacing the guy lines and stakes is the first thing to do. I hid the paracord and walmart stakes in a bulk bin. The stakes and lines are flimsy and cheap, and the line is weak and stretchy. I sprayed down the seams with a coat of sealer and sprayed Scotchgard on the outside for extra protection. The front flap does not have a zip on the bottom. The mesh does. If it's raining and you don't face the tent away from the wind, water will get in the door. You won't find a better price for a backpacking tent anywhere else. It isn't fancy, it isn't roomy, but it's a good shelter. provided You know what you're doing and you should have it facing away from the wind. If you're a Cub Scout or family camping, this is not a good idea. If you want to kneel or stand, this is not a good idea. If you want to pay less than $100 for a solid shelter that does its job, is compact, and keeps you dry, this is it.
You get a limited warranty for quality issues. Comes with a backpacking tent, pole, guy-line, tent peg, and stuff sack. Enjoy your life with the OneTigris COSMITTO backpacking tent. The baker tent provides a classical outdoor feel. It is made with Rip-stopPolyester. There are fully taped seams. The inner base of the tent is made of wood. There are stitches. There are two ways of the SBS #5 zippers. The packs weigh 3.02 lbs. The shelter can be made with sticks, trekking poles or tied between trees. The easiest way to setup is by using the guy line. The front door can be used as an awning to make a protected vestibule, which can be used to store your camping gear or wood stove. The tent flaps can be closed to become a frame tent. It's a versatile backpacking tent, trekker tent, 3 season tent. The baker tent has a bathtub floor and double-layer entrance with mesh door screens to increase overall air flow and keep the elements out. Keep the entrance open on warm nights to get the best views. The lower rear mesh with a flap at the tent rear can help with condensation, maximize air flow, and give you more space. The bushcraft tent's wall and floor seams are taped to prevent water leaks for increased weather protection and long-term durability. Drop off the rear flap can keep rain out for overal protection. Keeps your most-needed gear within reach with the 4 mesh pockets in the corners of the tent. The threading part needs reinforcement. Each tent has 13 ultra-light aluminum stakes, 5 reflective guy lines, and a stuff sack. If there is a material or craftsmanship problem, please contact them. Not included is the pole.
👤The tent is big and strong and I like the color. There is a lot of small pocket inside.
👤It was less than expected. It has a lot of interior pockets, but they are all sewn into the wall to floor seam. It's not very helpful that stuff sits on the floor. They would have preferred to be at eye level. If you use an air mattress or inflatable sleeping pad, it's worthless. They missed a securing stitch in one of the corner tieouts, but it popped free in a 5 mph breeze. The birthday boy blew out their candles and I felt stronger breezes coming from him. I don't know if I want to spend the time trying to fix this or get my money back to buy a quality tent. Guess you get what you pay for. I got a refund and bought a bungalow from One Tigris; it was so much better than this.
👤I woke up in a puddle because I wanted something to protect me from the bugs.
👤This is a cool little hut. It takes 5 minutes to set it up. I really liked it the first time I used it, it is spacious, but the condensation isn't that big of a deal.
👤Good quality! It is easy to assemble and carry. Just love it! Can't wait to try it someday!
👤This tent is very nice. Light weight and waterproof. It was easy to set up.
👤Excellent quality and easy to use.
If you have a question, they will reply you within 24 hours. The U.S army standard two layers nylon fabric is strong but lightweight and can be used for tough cold weather outdoor survival. The full configuration includes: a fly sheet, 8 poles, hooks, hang loops, steel stakes, and a staff sack. It can be configured as a Rainfly, Tarp, Lean-to, Emergency bivy, or other free-standing shelters tent and ground sheet. You've got all angles covered with the 21 reinforced loops for overhead hanging and pole inserts in all four corners. It can be set up in almost any situation. 7ft x 6.7ft is the sheet size.
👤This has a lot to love and a few things to improve on. The pros are 1. The old Shelter Half was 7 x 5 when combined. 2. The color match is good for current HW and normal OCPs. It comes with everything you need, all the poles, ropes, webbing, stakes and even a water resistant bag. 4. The stitching and corners are reinforced. 5. It's very convenient to have separate bags for storing everything. The cons are 1. Poles are a light grey, but mostly non-reflective, and are not camouflage or green or tan or brown. I would not use them in most tactical scenarios, but they are great for camping. 2. It is a little heavier than the 11 pound SH, but it's in the bag. 3. It says in the instructions on the inside that it isn't fully waterproof, but I recommend the poncho combination. 4. There are some pictures for the build options. I know how to use them, but I have to watch a video or read a set of instructions. I will update more when I get out in the weather.
We have a guarantee that they stand behind all their products. Their goal is to provide high quality everyday useful products at affordable prices. If you're dissatisfied with them, simply contact them and they'll give you your money back. It is guaranteed. It can be used as a ground tarp, shelter, tent or emergency blanket. It's a good idea to keep one in the trunk of your car. All weather blanket. The Mylar reflective side of the blanket can be used to reflect heat, create a barrier, or signal for help. The other side is made of two layers of polypropylene and can be used as a blanket, tarp or shelter. Light weight and packable: The blanket is just over 3 pounds and can fit in a carry bag. It's a super volcano. You will be surprised with all the use cases you will find if you keep it close at hand. There are 10 TIE- DOWN GROMMETS. The survival blanket can be hung with ease or secured to reflect heat, and create a waterproof shelter. They make improvements to the grommets.
👤First try setting up a tent. The middle grommet popped out when I tried to pull it tight. The things were supposed to help with weight tension. So disappointing. A new tarp was offered to me by the manufacturer. That is great customer service. They were updated to 5 stars.
👤bungee cords were used to keep the RV in position. It works well to reflect or keep heat in. Highly recommended for the price. The bag takes up very little room.
👤The tarp is great, but be aware that the large one is huge. The material is very strong and reinforcing around the grommets. It is impervious to rain. I dare anyone to fit the bag back in after use. I have a spare dry bag that works great for it. It was too heavy for a backpack but it was perfect at a camp site. If you live in cold climates, I would recommend keeping this in your car.
👤Life savor, made of good material, was used to cover the roof of the tent, keeping our body heat from escaping and being fully waterproof for three days after rain and snow. Would buy a bigger size if it was available.
👤I bought this to put over the pop out of my trailer. The first use held up to a storm with 30mph wind. It worked out great. bungees were used to secure it. It kept the heat inside the trailer. It allows one to sleep in later in the morning because the canvas pop up is darkened. I wasn't going to get in back onto the envelope it came in, so I folded it up. It would have been nice if that had been larger. Definitely worth the value.
👤We purchased this to give us some added warmth in our sleeping loft in our uninsulated pole barn in northern lower Michigan, where the weather can go from mid 80's to high 30's, it helped tremendously. Without it, we would be frozen to death. It was very well made and practical.
👤I have only had it a short time and I don't know how long it will last. It looks strong. It's a bit noisy but it's better than soaking wet. It is large. I cut mine down to fit and will buy another to connect my motorcycle to my tent. This is possible because of the nice and strong Grommets.
👤It arrived earlier than expected. It was well packaged. The Survival Tarp is perfect for setting a quick bushcraft shelter that will protect you from the elements. Good product! Would buy again and recommend it to a friend.
The tents are made of 3000MM waterproof PU-Coated fabric roof and 4,000MM waterproof groundsheet. There are sealed seams in the connection area that prevent leaking water. The front door is rolled up and down, which is better than the side open style. A pop-up tent with pre-assembled poles is easy to setup. The interior is 12 x 8.5 feet and can sleep up to 6 adults in sleeping bags or up to 5 people with lots of luggage. The center height is 53.50. Hot air can escape from a large mesh window on the left and right sides. On the summer evening, ground vents offer additional cooling. Stay dry all season with water resistant fabrics and heat sealed seams. It's ideal for: Casual camping, hiking, backyard resting, festivals, outdoor recreational activities, boy/ girl scout trips, backpacking and beach gatherings.
👤The tent is of great quality. I've ordered a few pop up tents. I think this one is waterproof. The material on the inside of my pop up tents is rubbery. I bring a tarp to throw over the top, but I don't know if I would need one with this tent. Now for the bad. I ordered this one because it was taller than the one I already have, and I liked the idea of aporch separate from the tent. This tent is not the same as my other one. It is shorter inside. The tent is on the outside. The tent is not the same as the shell. The tent is 3-4 inches shorter inside than my Oileus because of the 4 inches between the outer shell and the top of the tent. There is a floor in the "porch" part of the shell, but it is not enclosed on the bottom. I thought it was like a tent, but it is not. People at camps don't want to leave bags or shoes in an open area. You will have bugs, snakes, and who knows what else by the morning. The area is useless to me and takes up 1/3 of the tent space. This part is disappointing to me. I was willing to let go of some floor space, even if it meant my 74 inch cot wouldn't fit. The tent is going back.
👤I've been testing this tent for the past month. I replaced the skimpy stakes with bigger ones. She's had 3 camping trips, at least 6 put-ups and takedowns in my yard, and 3 Florida rainstorms. There were no leaks! It's a great place to keep out mosquitoes and dirt, and it's also a great place to get a flashlight or boots at night. There's plenty of room for my portable toilet and a lot of other gear in my tent. I don't know how many people would fit in that space. They would have to be good friends. If 2 were kids, maybe 4. I would love to see a second door in the back. The side windows make the tent a perfect "blind" for photographing wildlife. Birds come up close to my camp stool as I poke my camera lens through the windows. I haven't heard anyone mention this before. Thank you for all the zippers! They don't catch anything. Ever! It's easy to put up. Throw it to your spot. Is it not happy with where it lands? You can drag it where you want. It can be difficult to take down pop-up tents if you're not familiar with them. Forget the instructions that came with it. You can watch a video. The best takedown video I've seen is on this site. Be prepared for other campers to ask about the tent.
👤This tent is awesome! It popped up as I opened the zip bag. I would have opened it up in another room if I had known the size. My living room is huge and spacious and the quality is amazing. I thought packing would be a problem, but my son told me that it was just like his frisbee and he was right. We packed the huge tent into this ready-to-go carry bag and are looking forward to camping.
China is the country of origin. Extra large emergency blankets are 23% larger than standard foil blankets for full body protection. The mylar heat sheets can be converted into an emergency shelter, sleeping bag, emergency bivy, or other survival gear with a little bit of tape and paracord. NASA designed mylar to be waterproof and reflect up to 90% of body heat, making it perfect for hiking, running, and first aid kits. Their thermal blankets are a must-have for camping, trail running, marathons, 48hr/72hr/30 day go bags, tactical gear preppers, earthquake survival kits, home emergency, and car first aid kits. Durability, lightweight, collapsible packaging includes 4 extra large survival blankets rolled into ripstop nylon stuff sacks. You can carry enough blankets for your entire group in the included pack. The perfect balance of light weight and durable storage is what makes their blanket so unique. Other emergency survival blankets are cheap and flimsy, and are made from cheap bags. It's difficult to be there when you need them. In your car, roadside emergency kit, survival kit, first aid kit, bug out bag, zombie survival kit, and camping gear, there are tactical emergency blankets. They stand behind their products. It is guaranteed that you will be satisfied. They donate a percentage of their profits to the environment.
👤It doesn't seem to be any different from the others, so it's the world's toughest emergency blanket. I don't think it's true. They come individually packaged, but other brands do the same. It's a decent product and you can use it as an emergency blanket. Nothing more from what I can tell. If you think they are less expensive, buy them. It will probably be the same quality. I can't see any difference between "World's Toughest" and what I was sold on.
👤I used this as a base for my tent for 3 days in the cold and rain, and I bought it for a bike packing trip. It kept the ground water out of the tent and kept me warm inside the tent. The Mylar was so thin that it could be folded up with my tent, but it ripped the last night. If I were to go out again, I would bring two, one for ground cover and the other to wrap around myself. I would have been warm using one as a blanket because the temp dropped so cold.
👤The ones I received were of decent quality when I first ordered them. It's better than the normal silver ones I've used in the past. I was greatly disappointed after receiving my second order. The material definitely is not the same as the packaging. These blankets are no longer as durable as the cheap silver Mylar emergency blankets you can get anywhere else. They have the same orange color as the first order, however the sheen is different and the plastic sheets themselves are not as durable as they could be. The original ones I purchased back in June are still holding up well, however this second set I purchased in June is no more durable than the standard silver ones I've purchased elsewhere. I don't recommend these to anyone unless the company steps the quality back up to what it was previously, which is why they never do. I wouldn't trust them to do so if they were cheap, but they are still decent for insulation if you are careful with them. When a company starts cutting corners to rest on their laurels, that's when I start looking for a replacement, because I am willing to pay a higher price for actual quality.
👤I was expecting more heavy duty from the description. The emergency blanket has a pattern on one side and a storage bag. I wouldn't recommend it.
👤I bought these to keep my pets out of my furniture at night. My cats and dogs won't try to jump.
👤The blankets are the toughest space blankets. I can't tell if they are more durable than the cheapest ones on the market. There was no branding on the blanket. The varying bags are cute, but don't add much value other than being presentable gifts. Don't waste your money.
👤This blanket was used as my sleeping source in the cold and snow. I was still very cold during the night, so I didn't think it was working. I could tell that I would have been a lot colder if this blanket hadn't done its job. It's not something to keep you warm and toasty, but it does allow you to survive the night and I use two, one below me and one on top. They are easy to have as a just in case item and take up little space. As long as you are careful, Durability is good.
The military hiking backpack has a rain cover, it's best for 3-6 day trips. The DDITW Survival Tent is the toughest wilderness emergency tent on Earth, it is compact and light enough to fit two adults. Mylar is waterproof and reflects up to 90% of body heat for year-round protection against cold, wet, or hot weather. It's your words, not ours, that's what "ABSOLUTE" means. The extra-thick HeatFlex mylar is more flexible and tear resistant than the ordinary space blanket mylar. This tent is made of paracord and reinforced tape and can be used outdoors. The balance of weight and durability is only 8.5 ounces. Simply run the paracord through the tent and tie it up between the trees. Climb in using rocks or gear. If there is no trees around, the mylar tube tent can be used as an emergency sleeping bag. Emergency shelters are cheap and flimsy for one time use. They tested and designed every detail of the shelter to make sure it was reliable. In your car, survival kit, first aid kit, bug out bag, zombie survival kit, nuclear survival kit, earthquake kit, and backpacks, there are emergency tents. You won't find a better mylar tent anywhere. It is guaranteed. They donate a percentage of profits to help protect the wild places they love.
👤It started raining when I used this as a last resort. The tent is just an emergency blanket. Parachord became a reflective carpet after it was ripped out by the wind. I was bitter about it. This brand will never be used again. Sad. I was excited to have it on me. I need to look at better options.
👤The package is big and comes with Parachord. I don't think this tent is the toughest survival tent. The material is made from cheap plastic. It feels like wrapping paper in your hands. The tent is so thin that winds could blow it away from Kansas. The material is very thin. It is possible to keep water out or block the sun, but it is also possible to use it in a storm or a day with wind gusts. I bought it because it was on a lightening deal. I would use this as a last resort. Walmart has a small Coleman tent.
👤Initial thoughts are that the product is a one or two time use product. The Mylar space blanket is orange on one side. I am not sure if it would hold up in a storm or rough ground.
👤Imagine a very thin blanket. There is only a cheap camo print on one side. I don't think it would last the hike out in my pack if it was being used as a tarp.
👤I'm a little disappointed in this. The tent is just a mylar triangle. It's probably more durable than the average, but it's still rather flimsy for an emergency tent. There is no way to put it on the bottom. The photos are all photoshopped so they show it all nice and rigid with two happy faces smiling out of it. It sits on the ground. If you find two trees, you can stretch the single rope between, but if you have no wind, you'll be fine. Don't know. I was expecting more from it. If it saves your life in a pinch, it will do.
👤This was bought to keep gear dry. There was no way to stake corners down.
👤After a storm held us up while we were on the wrong side of a ridge walk, we needed this one night. We decided to sleep for a few hours after we descended. The head and foot section were taut with my trekking poles. The silver one on the right in my picture would have looked like that. It was wide enough for me and my dog. It would have been very tight if it had been 2 people. It is lightweight and durable. I folded it up and put it back in the pouch, but it probably only has one more use in it.
👤I bought one for my boyfriend and one for another couple who enjoy hiking. We take it with us on every hike to be safe. Yeah, ya know. We don't die in the woods. It's a great addition to a survival kit.
Even in extreme weather, the Aqua Quest Defender tarp will keep you dry. You can be certain that there won't be a drop of water in your tarp. It's extremely dense. The Defender has a proven record of being incredibly durable and resistant to nature. 70D nylon with a heavy coating, reinforced stitching, and heat taped seams. Superb defense against mother nature weighs in at 9.15 lbs. The Defender is an incredibly tough tarp that still packs up small, with its own convenient stuff-sack and small packed size. Tuck it away and be prepared for when you need it the most. You have all angles covered with a total of 19 - 47 reinforced webbing loops including loops for overhead hanging and pole inserts in all four corners. You don't need trees to set it up. Say goodbye to regular tarps and hello to a tarp that is more versatile, waterproof, and quieter. AquaQuest products are backed by a lifetime warranty. The Pacific Northwest is where the customer service is based. Call toll-free for more info.
👤I am a Bushcrafter and a Videographer. Every year, I spend 50 days in the wilderness. These are my go-to tarps. I use them as a shelter to sleep in, over a hammock, or as a kitchen or gear storage. I have five of them and they have weathered the storm. They have you covered whether you are a day-tripper or a professional. So if you need a tarp? This is the one. I buy them just like everyone else and I didn't get paid to endorse this product.
👤It's done! The tarp was perfect. I don't own a tent. I like camping in the open air in the weather that makes bugs and snakes cringe, and I like a good snow storm. I own a lot of different types of tarps. I own several Aqua Quest tarps. I have great respect for this company. It is square, and allows all of the square-tarp configurations, but 15-foot-square is a different reality. The floor plan under this is a 225- square-foot one, with enough room for multiple people and plenty of head room, as a tri-folded tube there is enough room for the material to endure the thaw freeze cycles in the field without complaint. I use this tarp to hold my sleep-Kit when I carry equipment by ATV, or even a real mule. I don't think the price is unreasonable, but I do recommend that you understand the tarp choices before you buy, because this is a fantastic tarp, but you won't like it if it isn't the right one for the job. Take the time to review the lineup, get the best fit, and then try wearing it out with mature use as Aqua Quest has one of the best tarps available. I dare you!
👤It's a bit heavier than other tarps. It is leak proof and has many guys out hoops, allowing many set ups. I have been using mine for a while and I love it.
👤This was bought before the trip. I have used it many times for week long excursions. The tarp is waterproof, rugged, and versatile. It's been a long time since we've been out camping in a storm. It's held up great despite the 50 MPH gusts in the rain for hours and hours during the night. It is a bit dirty from use, but it is still new and would look brand new if I cleaned it up. I was expecting a few uses for the price, but I was going to buy a larger tarp to replace it, and I'll be camping in winter for the first time.
👤I use this tarp as a secondary shelter when I camp in the Pacific Northwest. I usually use a ten-foot pole to set it up. There is virtually no wear on the stake loops. I've had it partially over my fire several times, and there's not a single hole from a spark on it. It protects you from wind, sun, and rain. I wish it was a little more light and compact. I was expecting it to be a little lighter than a canvas tarp, but it is certainly more compact and light than that.
Survival tent camo products from Oarea. In this article about survival tent camo you can see why people choose the product. Jubang and Ninth C are also good brands to look for when you are finding survival tent camo.
Oarea, Jubang and Ninth C are some of the best brands that chosen by people for survival tent camo. Find the detail in this article. Stansport, Whitehills and Akmax.cn are also brands that their products are worth to check.