Very comfortable and light weight
A good addition to a hammock when camping.
A basic tarpa that can handle even bad weather. For heavier use, I think it's worth using a bigger cover, which makes the protection more versatile. Not the lightest to carry, but a fairly durable act. The included wedges and strings are worth updating if you are thinking about hiking. With the updated fasteners, there is no problem with the gap staying in place even in windy weather, keeping the carpet dry when installed correctly.
Sufficiently large cover, relatively easy to tune.
Basic safe product
the tarp is a good size for a break or a bivouac by installing a hammock below. Several loops all around to be able to fix it easily.
Fixing system supplied with the somewhat succinct tarp. In addition, provide: paracord, carabiners and buckles to install it in all situations.
Well tarred lasted even longer camps.
Good basic tarp, nothing fancy but light, durable and versatile. Only thing I recomend, is to get a bigger pouch for packing. The original is so small that you have to preciselly pack the tarp, which is a pain in windy and or rainy conditions.
Very skilled tarp.
It didn't rain, so I can't judge it. the product was easy to install and more convincing in size than the ticket to the moon product family need. Installation easy and simple
Quite heavy for hanger use
A good need for hammocks.
A functional product, wedges and cords are a bit useless when they are so cumbersome that you still have to buy new ones and more. However, it lasted in a strong wind in the archipelago for one night even on these vermes.
works well in all ways attached.
It is no coincidence that the Tarp par excellence!
High quality tarpaulin, the included wedges and strings are not the best end.
A good basic need for hammocks. Protect from rain, wood dripping and the sun. There are plenty of attachment points, so there are plenty of tuning options. Price vs. weight vs. durability, I think, are all right: even lighter needs can be found, but then they either cost more or seem to break down on first use. The wedges that came with are just those normal bent pieces of iron wire. There were 4 pieces of string included to get started. However, I recommend getting a little heavier wedges at the same time and some kind of paracord or similar to make the attachments easier.
High quality tarps, I recommend.
Really good affect!
There are a lot of hooks for attachment, so it is easy to set up. Tarppi is not the lightest end, but works well.
Not so sturdy as i expected.
Do what he promises.
Well-functioning, suitably large tarper. More strings and wedges are worth doing as gifts
Good basic need, several attachment points diversify the use and make hanging easy. Suitable for both independent and non-independent use. Sufficiently sized carrying bag. There could be less weight.
durable and more attachment points. Good basic need!
The product has been tested in sleet with a hanger. Works. Sufficiently sized and with enough anchor points.
Tarppi provided excellent protection tuned to the shape of a diamond for the experience of one rainy and windy night on a hangover trip. Enough fastening loops. The weight might be lighter.
Enough hanging loops, can be installed in many different ways. Light and spacious.
Perfect balance between quality/weight/function/price. Has many attachment points which are very strong and well-made, this allows for multiple configurations and tightening during wind. The fabric is strong enough to really be used, but still light enough to be carried easily. Forest Green was my preferred color, i have the olive green poncho of the same material, but forest green blends better in the scandinavian forests. All in all, just tried it once but it seems very strong and durable
Quite an insane need. Loops tight enough. The material does not rustle. I recommend 10/10. Protects the sun's rays but lets the rubber light through a little (brown)
Fast and compliant delivery
Qualified-looking simple protection with numerous fastening loops. Value for money in place. Not the lightest in the world, but also not the most expensive.
Well packaged and high quality. Mounting hooks quite non-existent
The practice test is conducted in the spring
A new form of accommodation Independent overnight stays require self-discovery and the development of new routines.
A little time went by when I got all the Tree Huggers, Tarps, etc. for this whole acquisition of equipment tested and learned to use.
Well, now a few nights he slept successfully in the hammock and the whole thing was found to be stuffed.
A week trip behind, tarpa as the only accommodation. Stitches durable, no signs of scratching. Sturdy fabric.
Included on every trip
Does exactly what you need, that is, keeps water. Anchorage points sensible and strong. Folding into your own bag is also moderate. I haven’t been terribly disciplined, but the material also seems durable. Nothing really to blame.
Already great. Sufficient for one person, two would work in a rectangular design. Excellent for the pendant.
Can be found lighter but does what it holds and there are many fasteners, makes it really versatile
Sturdy tarpaulin with plenty of fastening loops.
Works as it should.
I haven’t gotten to try it yet but it seems like a qualified product and the package is relatively light and compact.
beaten work, to keep the rain ulkopuolella..riittävästi mounting points and the best part is the back side of the brackets.
Up to two hammocks can fit under the gap
Super late, I love the attachment possibilities and the number of attachment points.
A suitably sized blanket for a hammock
Easy to use and protects from elements.
Just a passel-sized hammock. Don't let the rain surprise you. Lots of attachments, gets easily changed shape.
Great product. The only little downside was that there are only 4 strings in the product.
Basic working tarper. fastening loops adequately allowing for a wide range of uses. Dd's own wedges time ramps and only 4 strings for fastening.
The material is high quality nylon. Note that the upper rope and lashing ropes that are essential for use are not included.
One night slept under this hammock. It rained all night but it wasn’t going to bother this on and I stayed dry. Just the right size for use with an independent. I recommend.
Very space below and water holds well.
Very attachment, wedges norm Tent wedges. I didn't expect anything else. I haven't tested with Rainekel yet.
Easy to attach and was functional in the rain
A good bit, but for an independent person in a slightly worse weather, you have to be bigger if you want proper protection.
Tried only once and then there was sunny air. Also provides good protection from the sun.
I looked at the hanging instructions on youtuub. I'm still practicing, it felt good
Tarppi fabric is great, but only comes with four strings for attachment. There was no middle rope ready.
Traditional and functional tarper. No needless gimmicks.
Thanks for the multiple anchor points. Makes multiple modifications
Just like in the description, worked well even in thunderstorms.
Great product. Versatile options for stacking protection.
Good pad for ground protection or hammock. The wedges were quite bad and with the first use one of the strings immediately became unfit, of which minus.
Good tarpaulin. Lots of anchor points. The size is suitable with an independent or used as a mere protection anyway.
Surprisingly heavy and bulky when packed, you might have had to get a lighter version. On the other hand, you would at least think of sustainable use.
Reasonable feel, good attachment points. The strings and sticks that come in the package are quite poor, you should get better ones right away if you use it outside the cottage yard.
Good roof! Ite invested for the first time in the Ultralight model just to save space but this bit works and is good!
Tarppi itself is high quality and there are enough attachment points for different tunings. The included ropes do not mean to keep the knots due to the slipperiness of the material. Wedges basic model, not godparents, but run their business.
Works great and is a good size. The only downside comes from the wedges, which twist immediately upon first use. A quality tarp should also have high quality fasteners.
One of the best, though quite weighty, of this norm model.
lightweight, can accommodate a small space yet a large coverage area just suitable for quick departure trips
After a couple of tests, it seems like a good and competent product, I will take you on overnight trips.
Quite light and durable lava fabric. A commendable number of anchor points can be found, which sets DD Hammocks ’tile fabric apart from its many competitors. DD Hammocks also offers tips and ways to fold a lava fabric into a tent, for example. The manufacturer therefore cares about customer satisfaction and hopes that customers will benefit greatly from their product.
Cons In addition to the higher price than the competitors, DDH's lava fabric has rather mediocre lanyards: guy ropet. The lanyards are soft, light and slippery. The basic knots I made slipped and didn’t bite onto the string. I changed the guy ropet to a better rope and the problem was solved.
A great tarper with insanely anchor points.
I returned and bought a smaller one. 2.5x2.5. It's ok enough and is much lighter and smaller
Good general need, big enough for even the toughest weather.
Fastening points well and in all respects a quality product. I haven't been able to test in the rain yet, but it's not easy either! The only thing that was a little confusing was the differences between the colors "forest green" and "olive green" ... Namely, I think forest green was olive green and vice versa. Formalities, but important information for some hikers. So if you want a traditional olive green tarp, then order a forest green tarpaulin !!
I am not a carp specialist, but I do my job as a hammock protector. Easy to attach to trees and ground with enough anchor points.
Works as it should. Protect from rain and sun.
A matter of need, very fasteners.
Good and light.
Folds into different accommodations and shelters flawlessly and large enough. Holds water and lasts well.
great price performance, not very light tough.
(but lighter tarps cost much more)
I only used this gap twice, so I can’t say if it’s really durable, but so far it’s been really good. Suitable size, good color.
A suitable tarpaulin for hiking and trekking in addition to a tent to provide shelter, or as the only accommodation. For just two people, the bigger one is naturally more comfortable.
Holds water and withstands hard wind chatter
It kept the 8-person camp dry in heavy rain. Easy to erect even in the dark.
Really good And a multi-purpose tarper.
The product was what you might expect.
The durability of plastic lanyard tensioners is somewhat questionable.
Versatile and easy to tune. The stakes should be a little stronger. I recommend testing the installation before your first trip.
It was quickly tested in the Finnish summer elite, ie midsummer in a storm: D everything was kept out, so it will be caught between the ears if this device deceives its user. I put my own ones on the ropes of the corners, but even those involved can do it.
5/5 value for money!
A quality tarper that has not been unnecessarily praised. Easy to tune to suit the situation. Personally, I use tarp mainly with DD's independent, and 3x3 is great for that. Although tarpin your wedges I've heard make do, so I think they will, however, work quite well in use.
Really good. Have not tested properly yet.
Insanely easy and fast to use, feels durable and goes into a small space.
Best value for money.
Great tarper. Used hard and feels enduring from father to son.
Versatile and high quality protection. Always included in the backpack.
Excellent value for money choice. Suitable for year-round use as long as other equipment is selected correctly. The only minus is the classlessly poor ground wedges and string.
A basic tarpaulin that would seem to be a durable material. Not quite the lightest end, but this one doesn't take up much packed either.
Well made and sturdy tarpa with good binding possibilities. The fabric is heavy but holds water very well. Just a passelist on DD's own independent is enough, but leaves little room for maneuver in terms of weather, the wrong wind direction and rain may come inside the hammock.
Properly qualified tarpaulin and easy to set up. Neither too big nor small.
Noble nobility, can not but recommend.
Good and versatile grip, enough hanging loops 3 * 3 size surprisingly light.
I probably used these days of the year hits. It goes well as accommodation for up to three people, but a passel for two. Versatile and usually always in a backpack. When it rains is a good addition to the tent and I produce with the use of cross-country skiing trips each week accommodated in a friend and well served.
My first feelings with video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=We8i_RD4bqs