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DD Tarp XL - Coyote Brown
DD Tarp XL - Coyote Brown
DD Tarp XL - Coyote Brown
DD Tarp XL - Coyote Brown
DD Tarp XL - Coyote Brown

DD Tarp XL - Coyote Brown

£37.4583 Inc VAT
(Approx $52.1577)
Was £44.125
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New for 2012 - Coyote Brown version of our XL (4.5m x 3m) Tarp.
Looking for a group shelter, a very spacious bushcraft tarp for yourself or a large, lightweight and versatile basha that can be set-up in many different ways? This is it!

The DD Tarp XL is a massive 4.5m x 3m! As with the other DD tarps there are 16 side attachment points which are now reinforced and very tough + 3 centre (ridge) line attachment points. With a total of 19 attachment points the tarp can be set-up in many, many different ways. Seams are taped.

The DD Tarp XL is favourite among scouts and bushcrafters.

The massive size of this tarp allows it to be used for a number of different purposes including:

  • cover for two hammocks close together
  • cover for a group shelter / work space etc at Scout / large camp / Forest Schools.
  • a large cover for a single hammock (good if you plan to stay in one place for a while or just prefer a larger shelter). Its also possible to fold the ends in to create an almost enclosed 'tent' around the hammock.
  • an enclosed 'tent' for up to three people sleeping on the ground. 
  • a groundsheet
  • cover for bikes / kayaks / canoes etc


  • Size: 4.5m x 3m
  • Colour: Coyote Brown
  • Weight: 1020g (not including pegs)
  • Includes: 4 Guy ropes, 4 pegs and a small stuff sack
  • Taped seams
  • Waterproof


"Fantastic product. We used it as instant shade for our camper by using heavy duty suction cups to attach it to the van and a couple of telescopic poles. Stayed in place even in strong wind. Even better we could adjust it easily to provide shade through the day as the sun went round."

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