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Sometimes simple, lightweight protection from the elements is all you need. That’s why we offer the Noah’s Tarp. Great for camping, backpacking, and festivals, this simple shelter travels anywhere with a convenient roll-top carry bag and sets up in a snap.
Staff Poles sold separately.
Four days kayak camping in the San Juan Islands, WA with everything from pouring rain to blazing sun with some high winds to boot. Our group had three of the Noah's Tarps that created dry and shaded cover for the cook area and also additional dry areas for keeping gear sheltered. Held up with the winds no problem as well. Small size fits well in a kayak with all the other gear. Will be a standard piece of kit on my future trips as well tw Kayaker on Jul 9th 2018
We love our Noah's Tarps--9 ft, 12 ft, and 16 ft.
The 16 ft tarp spends most of its summer pitched over our back yard, giving shade for the boys' play. Permanent pitch lines are at the ready, so we simply pull out the tarp, hook in the corners, and pull taut and tie-off at the cleats we've mounted in various locations.
The smaller ones come with us camping, or even at beach house rentals, because a little extra shade is always welcome under hot blazing midday sun, pitched over the pool, or near the tent...a terrific multi-tasker. It's only limitation, by design, is the requirement of pitching it with opposing corners high. But that is the very nature of it's catenary cut, so I don't fault it for doing what it was designed to do.
It's always pulled its own weight, and then some. Unknown on Jul 7th 2018
I fell in love with the Noah Tarp 9 a few years ago and now use this as my go-to tent and shelter. It is both light weight and highly versatile. Using two hiking poles and two to three 8ft para-cords (plus a few rocks if the wind is really bad), I can set up a secure, cozy and dry space in just a few minutes that will accommodate two people, a dog and gear!
Also, I bought a second Noah Tarp 9 for backup, but admittedly, the first is still going strong. Unknown on Jul 1st 2018
I've been in the Army for almost 9 years now. I'm currently training ROTC cadets for the summer in Kentucky. I picked up a Noah's Tarp 9, and I couldn't be happier with it. I love sleeping in the rain out here, because I'm dry as I could be. If there was a camo-pattern Noah's Tarp, I'm sure all my Soldier friends would buy them.
Last note, I'm writing this review on my cell phone, during a serious rain storm. I've got an NCO with 16 years under this rain fly with me, and he's going out to find one tomorrow. Taylor on Jun 26th 2018
Excellent quality tarp, and is huge! Seam sealed and reinforced through out, nice storage bag. I wish it came with some solid poles. Unknown on Jun 26th 2018
We use these to cover our outdoor queen bed, not for camping. The Noah 12 is the PERFECT size and fastens with some zipties at the foot, then unrolls and fastens over the entire bed and headboard with a bungee cord when the weather gets frisky. It really is like a custom made raincoat for the bed. We usually get 2-3 years out of each one since they are on the north side of the house and not too much uv. Kent Madin on Jun 25th 2018
Just got this Tarp a week ago and was able to use it for 4 days in Vermont on a friend of
mine's property. Had a lot of wind there and the tarp held up nicely. Unknown on Jun 18th 2018
We have 12x12 noah's tarp. We use it with two poles and tiedowns to cover a picnic table at camp site. It works perfectly. We cook with campstove and eat under the tarp. We have cooked many meals over the past four years in pouring rain and eaten them in complete dryness. We go twice a year to same campsite to birdwatch in the National Forest. Its fun to cook and eat and drink cocktails in the rain outside when you have a dry place. High winds haven't bothered us -- I make sure to tie the tarp down well. The tarp is simple and it works great. Unknown on May 30th 2018
Took the Noah's Tarp 12 out this past weekend for a solo hammock camping trip. Worked Great. My other tarp was an "official" hammock tarp but was a little short for my cottage industry hammock. Noah's Tarp was a good fit and I especially like the different ways I can set up the tarp. Bill Fischer on May 29th 2018
I have the 12. It is so lite and versital ya wouldn’t believe it. I’ve set this tarp up over a Hammock during winter Camping here in Maine this year. Yes it snowed. This very weekend (5/18-20/18) I used it as a flying diamond/leanto. Some of my fellow scouter were doubtful I’d stay dry, but it gave shade on Saturday and kept me warm and dry Saturday night with wind and rain coming up the Penobscot river at Ft.Knox. This is a Fan-damn-tastic piece of equipment. Unknown on May 20th 2018