Collection: Tarps Camping

Why Having a Tarp?

Having a tarp is essential for anyone venturing into the wild, whether for bushcraft, survivalism, or just camping. Unlike a traditional tent, a tarp is extremely lightweight and versatile. It can serve as an emergency shelter, protect your gear from rain, or even be used as an improvised tent. In the realms of bushcraft and survivalism, its ease of setup and versatility make it indispensable in situations where time and resources are limited.

Types of Materials and Durability

Our tarps are made from 190T polyester fiber and feature a waterproof coating. These materials ensure exceptional durability and optimal resistance to the elements.

Dimensions and Available Sizes

The most common dimension is 3x3m, but our tarps come in various dimensions and sizes, ranging from small formats for solo excursions to larger models for groups. Choose the size that best fits your outdoor needs.

How to Set Up a Tarp?

Setting up a tarp is a breeze. With a few stakes and some rope, you can quickly create an effective shelter. Our tarps are designed for easy installation, allowing you to save time and minimize effort in survival or camping situations. There are many different ways to set up a Tarp depending on the environment, the ground, and the space you have, so here's a complete guide to installing a tarp with some tips!

Tips for Maintaining Your Tarp

To extend the life of your tarp, regular maintenance is crucial. A simple cleaning with clear water is usually sufficient. Avoid harsh chemicals that could damage the waterproof coating. For storage, make sure it is thoroughly dry to prevent mold growth.

FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions About Tarps

Can I use my tarp in winter?

Yes, although tarps are not insulated, they can be used in winter to block wind or snow, especially if you combine them with other insulation methods.

Do tarps offer UV protection?

Yes, our tarps are treated to provide protection against UV rays, making them ideal for prolonged outdoor use.

How to repair a torn tarp?

For minor tears, an adhesive patch or simple sewing may suffice. For more significant damage, it is advisable to consult a professional.

Can the tarp serve as a distress signal?

Brightly colored tarps can indeed be used as distress signals in emergency situations in the wilderness.

What is the maximum load the tarp can support?

This depends on the model and materials, but generally, our tarps are strong enough to support the weight of several people or equipment. Check the specifications for more details.