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Deep Creek Tarp Medium

Tarps, sunshades, and group shelters

The Deep Creek Tarp offers shade and protection all day or all 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.
$199.95
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Specs + Sizing

Trail Weight5lb 2oz / 2.32kg
Packed Weight6lb / 2.72kg
Packed Size30.5" x 10.5" x 4" / 77 x 27 x 10cm
Floor Area150ft² / 13.9m²
Head Height76" / 193cm
Number of Seasons3

Features

Tarp shelter creates an outdoor living area to shield you from the elements

Versatile shape with two adjustable poles (included) allows for a multitude of pitch configurations

Additional pole attachment location at center of tarp for more set-up options or additional stability by adding a center pole

Stash pockets at corners for guyline storage 

Gear loops included along ridge seam

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 pre-cut guy lines and tensioners attached to tarp

Multiple interior loops for attaching accessories

Construction + Materials

Polyester taffeta with 1500mm waterproof polyurethane coating

All seams taped with waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane tape (No PVC or VOC's)

2 aluminum adjustable poles

6 aluminum hook stakes

Additional Tarp Poles available - sold separately

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What’s in a Name?

Deep Creek once raged through North Routt and helped fill the Elk River Valley. There was a community with a schoolhouse and cemetery named after it. The cemetery was even restored in 1990 by resettling headstones and clearing overgrown sage. A town never officially formed, but there's still strong ties as a community of original ranchers and settlers of the area. The creek itself feeds these ranches nowadays.