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Lead Time

  • Orders placed on or after 2/8/22 ship in approximately 2-3 weeks.  Lead time subject to change without notice.  If you have a deadline, please let us know when placing your order.

 

Important Note

  • Please Note: Once custom orders are in production, all order changes including cancellations and returns are subject to a 20% 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 Standar Tarp with Doors is a catenary cut tarp with doors including 2 ridge line tie outs, 4 panel pull outs (2 on each side spaced 78" apart for bridge hammocks), and 8 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 color for instant savings.

150' : 33% off MSRP  

 

 

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Standard tarp model is 8'6" at the widest point
  • .50 oz/yd² for Green Dyneema® Composite
  • .60 oz/yd² for Camo Dyneema® Composite
  • Available in ridgeline lengths of 11 or 12 feet
  • Panel pull out spacing can be selected to accommodate bridge hammocks
  • Fully taped ridgeline is waterproof and does not require seam sealing
  • All tie-out points are bonded and sewn for maximum strength
  • Dyneema® composite has zero stretch to eliminate sagging when wet. Because of this quality, we also highly recommend adding shock cord loops to all tie-put points for added protection from damage in high-winds. It is equally important to not overtighten tie-out point as this can compromise the material over time.  

Dyneema® Fiber Standard Tarp with Doors

$385.00
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Approximately 2-3 weeks to ship
Weight:
7.28 Ounces
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Lead Time

  • Orders placed on or after 2/8/22 ship in approximately 2-3 weeks.  Lead time subject to change without notice.  If you have a deadline, please let us know when placing your order.

 

Important Note

  • Please Note: Once custom orders are in production, all order changes including cancellations and returns are subject to a 20% 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 Standar Tarp with Doors is a catenary cut tarp with doors including 2 ridge line tie outs, 4 panel pull outs (2 on each side spaced 78" apart for bridge hammocks), and 8 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 color for instant savings.

150' : 33% off MSRP  

 

 

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Standard tarp model is 8'6" at the widest point
  • .50 oz/yd² for Green Dyneema® Composite
  • .60 oz/yd² for Camo Dyneema® Composite
  • Available in ridgeline lengths of 11 or 12 feet
  • Panel pull out spacing can be selected to accommodate bridge hammocks
  • Fully taped ridgeline is waterproof and does not require seam sealing
  • All tie-out points are bonded and sewn for maximum strength
  • Dyneema® composite has zero stretch to eliminate sagging when wet. Because of this quality, we also highly recommend adding shock cord loops to all tie-put points for added protection from damage in high-winds. It is equally important to not overtighten tie-out point as this can compromise the material over time.  

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  • 5
    Dyneema® Fiber Standard Tarp with Doors

    Posted by Michael on 12th Jan 2022

    Great tarp and I can't believe how light this .
    After installing all my tie out lines and continuous ridge line it came out to 13.5 ounces.
    Going to use this tarp for my A.T. thru-hike this year so Hammock Gear is going from Ga.-Me :)
    And as usual just great service from Hammock Gear.
    Thanks guys and keep up the good work.

  • 4
    Very Lightweight

    Posted by Francus on 4th Nov 2021

    I wanted to give 4 1/2 stars, but it doesn't allow it. I have not been camping with it yet, and maybe that would influence my rating upwards. Certainly not downwards.
    The Good:
    This tarp is very lightweight. Not including guy lines I am shaving off almost 20 ounces from the tarp this is replacing. It doesn't sound like much, but every ounce adds up on a long haul. The D-rings are great and the stitching seems to be very durable. If you look at the video you might get the impression that this thing is a beast when packed. It isn't. Maybe half the size of a shoe box and you probably would compress it further to get the air out. The camo is a nice touch and getting the 100' of guy line was enough for everything. I got a snakeskin and the tarp rolls up nicely into it and then I rolled the snakeskin up and it fits nicely in the dyneema bag provided.
    The Bad:
    My biggest complaint is that the sides do not come down as far as I thought. I think a bit more breeze will be hitting the ol' bottom than I got with the tarp this is replacing. That said, I've got a good under quilt and under cover as well as an over cover and when it is all said and done I should have no issues with temps into the -20s with the gear I have. If you have doubts I recommend going to the Palace model. If I had to do it again I think I would just for the additional coverage. I assume they shaved an inch here or there to hit a price point. This stuff is not the cheapest stuff out there. As for the fabric itself, it is shiny if you catch it at the right angle. I went with the camo as I prefer my gear and campsite to blend in. Better than before, but again, if you catch it at the right angle it's noticeable.
    The Ugly:
    Not any thing to say as being egregiously wrong with this tarp.

    This is a well constructed tarp and very lightweight. As noted above, it may be a bit short for certain hammocks or hanging styles. I fully believe shutting off the ends will add several degrees of warmth to any setup despite the airflow below the hem line. I plan to overcome some of this by banking snow around the tarp to cut down on wind, which I did prior, only I didn't have the doors. So still a much better option.

    I would recommend this tarp for most and the Palace model for some.

  • 5
    Dyneema tarp with doors - nice!!

    Posted by Mule on 10th Oct 2021

    It’s strong, lightweight, waterproof, and I like the camo pattern. Very well constructed. I’ve added shock cord and clips to allow the doors to be either secured closed or tied back out of the way. My pack weight has now dropped by a full pound, and I feel like I can trust this tarp to hold up for a long time. Very happy with this!

  • 5
    Tarp for all seasons first impressions ?

    Posted by LANCE on 22nd Mar 2021

    I have been using Tarps since the 1970s, working for the armed forces and as a bushcraft instructor. As technology moved on the fabrics have become lighter and usually stronger. I prefer ground camping as trees are not always available or accessible. Not having doors is sometimes a problem in exposed areas, enter the Hammock Gear DCF standard tarp with doors in a nice, camouflaged color. I ordered one with a 10ft ridgeline only to find the base line was 5’6” corner to corner. Hammock Gear were most understanding with this ground dweller and exchanged it for a 12’ ridgeline and base line of 7’9”. What a game changer this is. It is like a palace inside and easily takes my 6’6”x37” bathtub groundsheet. Weight wise with 12 carbon pegs, guidelines, groundsheet, and ridgeline it comes in at 19.25oz. The doors are flat but will overlap, (it might be worth considering longer doors for ground dwellers)? All in all, this will be my go-to shelter for 2021.

  • 4
    Fantastic!

    Posted by Alexander on 21st Mar 2021

    My friend I hike with bought this before any of us now we all have one. The doors are easy to work with, versatile and if you get the lineloc 3s everything is a breeze. I just got back from TN in early March and had little wind coming in at all. Sleep is quieter with the doors shut taught. I want to say this is the best tarp HG has but I will let you know when I get the palace tarp.

  • 5
    Excellent Tarp

    Posted by Greg on 30th Oct 2020

    Tarp did not fail! When the day comes i need another, it will be from hammock gear and DCF.
    Unfortunately though, I put the tarp into an unexpected situation with around 60-80 mph wind and did not have shock cords on my linlocks, so one corner did rip, but I do not consider this a fail, I consider this to be great that this was the only damage it sustained. I am going to send it back to be repaired because it is my favorite piece of gear now.

  • 5
    Dyneema Fiber Tarp w/ Doors

    Posted by JFC on 13th Oct 2020

    Another great product from a great company! Not only was the tarp bomb proof on a recent trip, standing up to whatever Mother Nature threw at it, but the customer service (thanks Harry!) is also exceptional.

  • 5
    Good Protection at a Low Weight

    Posted by Recalc on 7th Oct 2020

    Tarp has yet to fail me after 4 years using Blake Hitch on tieout & doors. Rain protection is excellent **when properly pitched**. I highly recommend this tarp. HG makes a quality product.

  • 4
    Great Tarp

    Posted by Catmando on 6th Oct 2020

    A dyneema tarp is a great weight saver, plus its fully waterproof, and does not absorb water so stays light and dries quickly.

    The hammock gear construction appears solid, only time will tell.

    My only dislike is the tie backs for the doors. These are just little strips of dyneema, which are cleverly attached on the INSIDE so they do not flap in the breeze. However to use them you have to thread them through a small dyneema loop on the outside. doing that was NOT fun in a cold drizzle.

    I do not have a solution to this design conflict. Any solution would add weight, or be would involve leaving a flapping strap on the outside.

    I am going to try rolling the one of the straps into a point and putting some shrink wrap tubing on the end to make a shoe lace like point which would be easier to thread through the outer loop.

  • 5
    12' Perfect for RidgeRunner

    Posted by WideRanger on 22nd Jul 2020

    Got the 12' with storm doors. It's a perfect fit for my RidgeRunner bridge hammock. Also super glad I got the linelocs, it makes everything so easy to adjust. Great tarp.

  • 2
    Dyneema Tarp

    Posted by Ed on 21st Jan 2020

    Very disappointed, the tarp I received was only 98 inches wide not the 102 inches (8' 6") as listed. The tarp was returned without hassle but provided no explanation why it didn't meet their specs.

    Response from HG:
    Apologies again for the issue with your tarp, Ed. After inspection it looks like too big of a hem was used around the tarp, resulting in it being 4 inches narrower. Please let us know if there's anything else we can do to help.

  • 5
    11 foot dyneema fiber standard tarp with doors.

    Posted by Dave Brown on 14th Sep 2019

    This is the Ferrari of TARPS. I did a lot of research and Hammock Gear’s version is the lightest and best priced one I could find. And after all the amazing quilts I purchased from them I felt confident in making another HG purchase. The tarp arrived in under two weeks as promised and the quality is second to none. Congrats HG, you hit another home run. If you are thinking of investing in the best hammock tarp on the market, go ahead and pull the trigger on one of these fantastically light tarps.