The Journey

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18.04 Ounces
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Lightweight and durable with minimal stretch, our silicone impregnated ripstop polyester fabric 1.1 oz / yd² (20D) will keep you out of the elements.  This durable tarp system with doors is both water and windproof, and resists the retention of water much better than traditional nylon tarps and tents.  Reinforced with 210D Polyester, all tie outs are built with grosgrain, and come standard featuring 1/2" Beastee D-Rings on the 6 perimeter tie outs, 4 door tie outs, 4 panel pull outs, and 3/4" Beastee D-Rings on the ridgeline tie outs. 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. We provide a free seam sealing kit, standard with each order to waterproof the tarp. The four diamond panel pull outs require seam sealing. Many find that seam sealing the ridgeline of the tarp is not necessary, but it is recommended.


For orders placed on or after 1/2/20, lead time is approximately 1 week to ship this product.


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 color and desired hank length for instant savings. 

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

Baseline: 73 inches

Ridgeline Length: 132 inches (11 ft) or 144 inches (12 ft)

Width: 114 inches (9.6 ft)

Tie outs: 4 corners, 2 center, 4 doors, 4 panel pullouts and 2 ridgeline

Weight: 510 Grams/18 ounces (11 ft) or 557 Grams / 19.14 ounces (12 ft)

Other Info: 1500 mm head pressure

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  • 5
    11 foot tarp Journey

    Posted by Greg on 15th Nov 2019

    Sweeeeet. Hung it close to ground and closed the ends on a windy 20 degree night and was surprisingly comfortable.

  • 5
    The journey tarp

    Posted by Eric Walter on 1st Nov 2019

    Great tarp at a great price plenty of coverage in packs down small I have the 12 foot model

  • 5
    The Journey

    Posted by ELRWillis on 14th Oct 2019

    Just completed an October weekend at the Pine River in Michigan. Paddling the Pine was great. However, I endured strong wind and rain coming down two of the four nights I spent in my hammock. This was the first time I used the Journey. I stayed warm and dry by pegging the end panels closed. Tarp performed great. I have over 10 years hammock experience; this is a top notch piece of gear.

  • 5
    Great Tarp

    Posted by Chris on 14th Oct 2019

    Excellent construction quality and very light considering the coverage it gives.

  • 5
    The Journey

    Posted by Clay McBride on 4th Oct 2019

    The first time I used this tarp was in a thunder storm, it was pouring down rain and the wind was blowing it sideways. I was very glad that I had decided to go with a tarp that had doors. i stayed totally dry that night. The Journey worked great, I thought for sure I was going to get wet. This tarp is well constructed and folds up into a very small stuff sack. I would recommend this tarp to anyone needing a hammock tarp, you might not always need the doors but when you do you will definitely be glad you have them. Awesome tarp and Great customer service. A+++++++

  • 5

    Posted by Joseph Campos on 12th Sep 2019

    Was finally able to use this for the first time and I am so happy I bought this tarp. Love that it covers my hammock completely and it’s much lighter than my previous tarp.

  • 5
    The Journey

    Posted by G Battershell on 22nd Aug 2019

    Great quality tarp and great price !

  • 5

    Posted by Jonny on 12th Aug 2019

    This is Amazing big
    Looks to be realy made good i have used mine
    2-3 times i am happy

  • 5
    Journey 12' tarp (copper)

    Posted by brian on 2nd Aug 2019

    I purchased this for my girlfriend. She has a chameleon hammock and it fits well. I have a Warbonnet Superfly which is a comparable hammock. The main reason for choosing this hammock was the center tie out coming standard. We hike into high alpine lakes mostly and the wind can be intense to say the least. she has shock cord on all tie out points and we went through a hail, electric, rain storm one of the mornings and this tarp worked wonderfully.

    The biggest difference in the cut of this tarp vs the super fly is the bottom dimension. The Journey is more of a hex pattern than the superfly. That said they are both great tarps.