The best I've got, the right size for it can twist the canopy of drowning, etc. The weight is still tolerable, goes in a small package and is of good quality. It has enough loop loops for attachments to even difficult terrain to manage housing to do. I RECOMMEND.
A spacious hammock where it’s good to sleep if you add another foam camping pad between the bottoms that stiffens and strengthens your sleeping position and feeling. One of the inner pockets was sewn around the corner so that the pocket would not open as it should. A sewing error prevents the pocket from being used. You have to see if you can fix it yourself.
A fairly sized tarpaulin. Works as it should.
quality piece of kit!
A bigger tarper that works. There is so much weight and size that you don't go on every trip.
In the past, a smaller tar was used, due to its light weight.
Once, when I got wet in the windy rain, I decided to be able to carry a bigger gap, because staying dry and having a good night’s sleep is absolutely essential.
good quality. I like it.
Just what I expected. Fast delivery and good product.
Enough attachment points, light and easy to pack in their protective bag. Comfortable protection against snow, for example. The snow does not stick to the fabric.
There is still no terrible experience. But really versatile bends to really many rope purposes
Good and versatile canopy in the rain
Ideal to cover my hammock 320x200cm / 2 people
A matter-of-fact tarp, as is to be expected from DD. For single accommodation really large, that is, cover a well-placed "normally" rectangle. Enough space to put your thighs or even a bike in the rain cover. There is little need for diamond hanging unless you want to do it for a long distance.
Of course, this, when packed in a bag, takes up space that may not be worth packing. Anyway, a 3x3 tarp could be quite adequate, especially for independent use. You can then tune all kinds of sheds or similar shelters better than this bigger one.
Very sturdy, blends in nicely and it's the perfect size for an 11ft american hammock.
If like me you camp out in 11ft long american hammocks (from Dutchware for instance) then a 3mx3m tarp will be too short, a 4mx4m will be too large and heavy. Then the 3.5m x 3.5m is a perfect solution for that hang.
It has many attachment points too.
I would just add some in the middle of the sides to help increasing the volume by pulling it out. But it can be done in a custom way later and by using the fabric of the stuff-sack.
The item arrived immediately. The condition is also good.
Quite competent and light. The only thing I would use to develop this product further would be the straps / cords inside. At the same time, I ordered the DD Hammocks DD SuperLight Pyramid Mesh Tent product and it has an attachment point at the top. This could be put on a string on the inside with a string or a ring, so it hasn’t quite gone to the button even though the products in the same family are in question, well the pyramid is a newer product so maybe at some point realize this. So it makes sense to put the pyramid upright with a stick / walking stick and put a tarpaulin on it.
stupid i ordered too big it 3X3 is enough yes!
Lightweight and durable
Reliable quality, size for two needs. Quite functional easy versatile and light accommodation in snow-free times as long as you buy a mosquito net as a gift. It is included as an emergency even for winter hikes. Wins the lightweight covers of discount halls, but of course it pays.
Good size protection, enough loops for attachment. It is also sufficient for two hammocks if they are attached to a triangle (the other ends in the same tree).
Material of high quality and attachment points well.
Accommodates two hammocks below
Extensive lava fabric that also protects even the largest independent from the sides. Dries quickly and easy to pack. Minus the wedge twisted almost immediately.
It's legendary from all the youtube videos familiar tarp, a little bigger. I am writing a review while ordering Bushmen Ultralight 3x3 tarp. There are two reasons:
1) The acclaimed "slightly bigger" 3.5m size is too large for "DIY tent making" if you like to use a 130cm hiking stick as a middle block and you don't want the doorway to be 1.5m (eg in the rain). The tarp is so big that with the hammock you can pull the "stick to the ground" on all sides, for example if you want shade or protection from wind and rain.
2) I originally got this affordable Ticket To The Moon hanger as a guy who also weighs in when sin, with which he did take care of just about all needs. But the TOTAL WEIGHT of these with strings is five to 2kg (!!!) which is why I don't carry this in the fell, let alone any longer pharmacy.
Corresponding combination Bushmen Ultralight Hammock + Whoopie slings + DD Tree Huggers + Bushmen 3x3 Ultralight Tarp = less than 700g TOTAL. Of course, the price accumulates but does not gain weight at all to the same extent