Razor Hex 11.5′ SilPoly Tarp

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Keep yourself protected from the elements while hanging in your hammock. Provides great coverage and looks good too! Can also be used as a basic kitchen tarp, pack tarp etc. Light and packs small!

Now Larger 11.5′ Hex Tarp
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Description

Specifications:

The Razor Hex tarp is a nice light tarp designed to give you great coverage/protection from the elements. They work with any 11 foot or smaller hammock.

  • 1.1 oz/yard Silicone impregnated Polyester (SilPoly)
  • Colors: Olive Drab, Dark Olive & Moroccan Blue
  • Rolled Hem, Hybrid French Seam
  • Includes double end stuff sack (a little larger for stuffing vs folding)
  • **New – 139″ Ridgeline (11.5′) finished
  • 114″ width at center finished
  • Optional Single Panel pull (1 per side) to allow use of trekking pole mod.
  • Tarps are not Seam Sealed (use a silicone based seam sealer)
    • we sell tubes of sealant
  • Custom product : 1.5 – 2 weeks turn around time
  • weight: approx 14.5 oz in stuff sack with 2 -RL 1″ Beastie D Rings / 6 tieout 1/2″ Beastie D Rings
    • slight increase in size with the increased Ridgeline length.

Additional information

Weight N/A
Color

Olive Drab, Moroccan Blue, Dark Olive

Tie Outs

6 (2RL + 2 per side), 8 (2RL + 3 per side)

Tarp Skins

None, Tarp Skins Yes

Seam Sealed

Yes Please, No thanks

Single Panel Pull Mod

Yes – Panel Pull, No panel pull

Reviews

  1. (verified owner)

    I bought a Raxor Hex silpoly tarp along with a warrior edge hammock, and TQ and UQ set. I’ve used this kit on several outings, and it has held up well. The tarp itself is a no-nonsense, functional piece of the kit that has kept me dry.

  2. (verified owner)

    This tarp is exactly what I was looking for. Extremely compact and light for how much area it can cover. Beyond hammocking, it can also make a great shelter for tarp camping in a pinch. I recommend using tarp skins, they let you tie out the ridgeline before exposing the tarp to wind. It just makes life easier.

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