Dyneema® Fiber Palace Tarp


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Camo = Approximately 3 Weeks to Ship; Green = Out of Stock until February 2022
9.14 Ounces
Calculated at Checkout



Lead Time

  • Camo Orders placed on or after 6/8/21 ship in approximately 3 weeks.  Green out of stock until February 2022.  Lead time subject to change without notice.  If you have a deadline, please let us know when placing your order.


Important Note

  • Custom orders cannot be changed once they are in production. Custom orders cancelled once production has started will incur a 10% restocking fee. No exceptions.


Frequently Asked Questions 

Dyneema® Composite (previously known as Cuben Fiber), a high-performance base non-woven fabric, is quickly gaining popularity in the hiking community. Our Dyneema® Fiber Palace Tarp is our widest catenary cut tarp with doors including 2 ridge line tie outs, 4 panel pull outs, and 10 perimeter tie outs. We use 1/2 inch D-Rings on all tie outs except for the ridgeline tie out points which use 3/4 inch Beastee D-Rings.  We also offer the option to upgrade all of the tie outs with LineLoc3 tension hardware to create a knot free set up! If you choose to upgrade to LineLoc3 hardware, we highly suggest adding two of our Titanium Clips to the ridgeline to completely eliminating the need for knots.  Tarps with doors are perfect for winter camping or inclement weather, where closing of the doors is integral for temperature regulation and weather protection.  Our tarps are shipped with a Dyneema® stuff sack and patch kit for in field repairs.

Guylines do not come standard with our tarps. However, we do offer discounted hanks of our reflective guyline in combination with any tarp purchase! Simply select your desired hank length and color for instant savings.

100' : 25% off MSRP  
150' : 33% off MSRP


  • .50 oz/yd² for Green Dyneema® Composite
  • .60 oz/yd² for Camo Dyneema® Composite
  • 10' 4" wide at the widest point
  • Available in ridgeline lengths of 10, 11, or 12 feet
  • No sewn ridgeline means no seal sealing required...ever.
  • All guy line reinforcements are bonded and sewn for maximum strength.



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  • 5
    Test run in cold blustery wind

    Posted by Jan Helge Bøhn on 14th Apr 2021

    I got to try out the HG Dyneema Fiber Palace tarp (11ft) in 45F weather with significant wind. The extended sides and doors at the end did their job very well at cutting the wind, as expected. I added 1.75mm dyneema guy lines (Zing-It!) and 5.75g MSR carbon core 6 in stakes. The Lineloc-3 were a disappointment because they would easily loose their grip unless I had extra line to loosely lash around the line under tension so as to maintain the 0-degree angle of the line not under tension along the line in tension. I am not sure that I prefer the Lineloc-3 over a ring with a small metal lock on the line (e.g. DutchWare) to quickly secure and disconnect as needed. It is a close call. Three stakes to a side is better than two when the wind is present (not really a surprise). The loops taped to the tarp for securing the doors when open are fragile (the adhesive came loose so I reattached it) so care must be taken when using it (it might be that the adhesive needs more time to cure).

  • 5
    Fiber Palace

    Posted by Trail Medic on 16th Mar 2021

    I have been Backpacking a long time. Gear comes and goes but, the introduction of high tech hammocks was a game changer. However , no mater what hammock you use your set-up is only as good as your tarp. And the best tarp on the market is the Hammock Gear Fiber Palace, Period!

  • 5
    Camo Winter Palace

    Posted by JB on 30th Dec 2020

    I cannot say enough great stuff about these tarps. I have had a Hammock Gear 11 foot Winter Palace for years and it was great. Then I bought a 12 foot DH and needed another tarp so I called Hammock Gear. They are great to work with and their products never disappoint. I think I buy too much sometimes, but I always love their stuff. When I am lying in my hammock and the rain is pouring down, I am glad I spent some extra money on great equipment.

  • 5
    Camouflaged Dyneema Tarp

    Posted by Eric on 24th Oct 2020

    Very lightweight and well constructed. The camo print allows for some privacy. I am using this on an Amok Dramur hammock and it seems to cover very well but I will not know till next year when I can get out and do a few overnights.

  • 5
    Best Tarp Out There

    Posted by Sean E. on 9th Jun 2020

    I am so incredibly happy and impressed with my new Palace Tarp. Everything from the camo color's provided privacy and tarp craftsmanship to the add-ons that I had added to my order are impeccable.
    There are quite a few that have complained about the door tie-backs, but I really have enjoyed this option. They are a bit hard to use at first, due to the new material being tight, but once they are used a few times they are an easy simple option for leaving the doors open on this tarp.
    I also had Linelocs added, replacing the D-Rings. I never figured that these would be such a game changer in the set-up time and adjustment of the tarp, but WOW is all I can say. So worth the addition to your order.
    I also paired this with the mesh tarp sleeve for a great option for packing your tarp on the trail and off.
    If you are looking for a tarp, and want the best one out there, make the leap and order this dream of a tarp.

  • 5
    Dyneema fiber palace tarp

    Posted by Mark on 12th Mar 2020

    I have been saving up a couple years to buy one of these and I was not disappointed after receiving it and using it.

  • 5

    Posted by JW on 2nd Jan 2020

    Beautiful tarp, quality work.

  • 5
    Dyneema Palace Tarp

    Posted by Mark on 29th Jul 2019

    HG expedited the delivery on my order so I could have this available for remote backpacking trip outside Baxter State Park Maine. They delivered and so did the product! Very happy with the tarp and is a must have if reliable light weight shelter is what you depend on for survival. Well done HG!

  • 5
    Palace tarp

    Posted by O'Donnell Rachel on 15th May 2019

    We use this with a double hang system so I can be close to my child when we’re camping. It is big enough to cover both, the doors add a lot of flexibility. We usually set it up with doors in and in “porch mode” and it’s easy to readjust for better coverage if rain is coming. So lightweight, it’s amazing.

  • 5
    Palace Tarp

    Posted by Tom on 23rd Mar 2019

    Couldn't be happier. Best advice is to buy best-in-class gear and this tarp is best-in-class. Am 6'5" and mini-tarps just don't cut it. The extra length means dry sleeping, privacy and headroom. At very little weight penalty. If one is buying DCF anyway, why not get the best?

  • 5

    Posted by Chopstix on 10th Mar 2019

    This is my 2nd one, put 5800 miles of hiking and kayaking trips on the first one.

    These tarps are great no question..

    My only bone is that I tried to have this same tarp made without the doors but HG never replied with a quote so I couldn't do that..

    These are over priced but this is the only place to get them... But for the money I've spent on cuben tarps I could have got cuben tents other places.. that's a bit frustrating.

  • 5
    Dyneema fiber palace tarp

    Posted by I have had the palace tarp for 3 yrs. It's the best hiked section of AT for 2 weeks rained all but on 28th Feb 2019