Sand Wash Car Tarp

Tarps, sunshades, and group shelters

Create a sunshade wherever you go with this roof-rack supported tarp. Featuring a burly, tarmac waterproof bag and lashing, this tarp features two cross poles and two tarp poles that pulls out straight from the bag attached to your vehicle and sets up quickly and easily for shade-on-the-fly.
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Specs + Sizing

Trail Weight7lb 4oz / 3.29kg
Packed Weight10lb 1oz / 4.56kg
Packed Size48" x 4.5" x 4.5" / 122 x 11 x 11cm
Floor Area141ft² / 13m²


Create instant shade from your vehicle's roof rack anytime and anywhere

Main portion of tarp uses two aluminum poles to create a structured shade

Additional fabric panel can be staked out to create additional shade or a wind block or can be rolled up when not needed

Carry bag attaches to roof racks for set up and provides storage when not in use

Includes two adjustable poles for set up

Reflective guylines and reflective webbing

Multiple interior loops for attaching gear lofts, accessories and mtnGLO® Tent & Camp Lights

Construction + Materials

Polyester taffeta with 1500mm waterproof polyurethane coating

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

Aluminum pole system

6 lightweight aluminum hook stakes 

Gear loft loops included

Beefy carry bag with lashing system for attaching to roof racks 

Carry bag not intended for roof storage after use


Here’s what other people think.

What’s in a Name?

The Sand Wash Basin in Northwestern Colorado is actually the birthplace of Picasso. No, not the famed Spanish painter, the wild pinto stallion born in the basin who has since become a symbol of freedom throughout the West. While Sand Wash Basin is a popular place for dirt-bikers, boon-dockers, and mustang enthusiasts looking to explore more than 160,000 acres of BLM land, it remains to this day the home of more than 750 wild mustangs and a slew of other desert-dwelling animals.