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Big Agnes Deep Creek Tarp Shelter (Closeout)
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The Big Agnes Deep Creek Tarp Shelter offers shade and protection all day or night for those who like to sleep sans the walls of a traditional tent. The two poles, multi-loops and guy-out points offer an array of set up possibilities in any environment or camp locale.
- Versatile shape with two adjustable poles allows a multitude of pitch configurations
- Additional pole attachment location at center of tarp for more set-up options
- Stash pockets at corners for guyline storage
- All seams taped with waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane tape (No PVC or VOC’s)
- Reflective guylines with cord adjusters and multiple guy-out points
- Peak height and covered area varies based on pitch configuration
- Area is the approximate square footage based on the dimensions of the tarp when flat
- Ready to pitch with precut guy lines and tensioners attached to tarp
- Multiple interior loops for attaching accessories
- Additional Tarp Poles available - sold separately
- Manufacturer lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship
- Discontinued item. Limited to stock on hand
|Polyester taffeta w/ 1500mm waterproof polyurethane coating
- 2 aluminum adjustable poles
- MD: 6 aluminum hook stakes, LG: 8 aluminum hook stakes
- Carry bag with shoulder strap
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
- SAScott A.I recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars1 week agoAwesome for over table
This is a well built, spacious rain fly for over a table. Note that the middle guy outs on each side extend farther than the corners--this allows a really tight set up so rain does not accumulate. Guy lines are cleverly stored in velcroed pockets in each location--very clever! They should brag about that. I put it up in the wind, by myself--was super tough. With another person it would have been easy. The 2 poles were adequate, but I added a supplemental pole for the middle--it rested on our table top. In a moderate rain it only allowed a dribble of rain through in once place at a seam--I will seal it before next use. The guy ropes are a bit of a trip hazard for little kids, but I think that's unavoidable. It comes with cheapy stakes-(no surprise)-get better ones if you expect ANY wind.
- WHWaylon H.Verified ReviewerI recommend this productRated 5 out of 5 stars9 months agoEasy up, anywhere
We take this tarp everywhere. When there's no shelter, you'll have one ready for the whole group.