Razor Tarp 11.5′ w/ doors SilPoly Tarp

195.00$254.99$

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Keep yourself protected from the elements while hanging in your hammock. Provides excellent coverage and looks good too! Light and packs small!
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Description

Now Larger (11.5′)

Specifications:

The Razor w/doors tarp is a nice light tarp designed to give you even greater coverage with the addition of doors.  They work with any 11 foot or smaller hammock.

  • 1.1 oz/yard Silicone impregnated Polyester (SilPoly) / Xenon 1.1
  • Colors:  Moroccan Blue & Dark Olive
  • Rolled Hem, Hybrid French Seam
  • Includes double end stuff sack (a little larger for stuffing vs folding)
    • weight is approx 18.5oz / 516 grams  (4 panel pulls in stuff sack without tieouts/shockcord)
  • 139″ Ridgeline (just over 11.5′) finished
  • 114″ width at center finished
  • Tarps are not Seam Sealed (use a silicone based seam sealer)
    • We sell tubes of sealant or optional seam sealing
  • Mid-panel pull outs optional (please note that panel pulls will need to be sealed regularly and in windy conditions used with care to prevent damage)
  • Custom product : 1.5 – 2 weeks turn around time

Additional information

Color

Moroccan Blue, Dark Olive

Tarp Skins

None, Tarp Skins

Midpanel Pullouts

Yes, No

Seam Sealed

Yes Please, No Thanks

Reviews

  1. (verified owner)

    I bought a marpat Razor w/doors to go go with my marpat Swift but I like it so much I think I’ll keep it with my ridgerunner.
    It sets up nice and taut + it looks awesome !
    I seam sealed it with the flowable silicone and used a small paintbrush to apply it. Turned out great.

    On its second trip out we had 15 min storm of biblical proportions and excluding a small tear from a limb hitting the tarp the razor fared well. Testament to the build quality.
    The hanger next to me didn’t do so well. He had a marpat tarp from another cottage vendor with the internal pole mod and when the wind came all hell broke loose. In 10 min that tarp looked like a 150 year old Canadian flag at a Hudson Bay outpost

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