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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.
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I love the Noah Tarps. I have the 9 and the 12. They're both very well built, lightweight. Also, they're sil-on, 100% waterproof. I have been in literally floods with it, and not a drop got through. I have used it in the winter, and been burried in snow... no issues. The reinforcement points are perfect, it has built in guy lines. The ONLY thing, I don't like about it, is that they don't put any tie out points at the center line, so it can only be ran diagonal, and not as an A-frame. I gutted paracord and made two new tie out points and two sides so I could do it that way.... It seems a silly thing for them to not have done, especially with how many tie out points they have on it. HOWEVER, the quality of the tarp, is still phenomenal, and I have no real complaints. Wendel on May 18th 2018
We've had a 12 Noah's tarp we've used canoe camping for years and years. Lots of ways to configure for weather protection. We can stop rain, wind, whatever. We have the older white colour which is awesome. The lighter colour keeps the cooking area bright and cheery on those rainy days. Need to replace soon but refuse to buy green which would be darker and my camp would look like Christmas... my tent is an MSR gray and red! Happy Camper on May 15th 2018
Not digg'in the new color (bright green) as compared to original slate. Functional yet offensive to the eye. On a positive note, leaving a camp that looks like a playpen will encourage you to get out and explore. Unknown on May 1st 2018
Have only had opportunity to set up in back yard.
So far pleased with ease of setup. Setup free standing with poles and also with a fixed ridgeline between trees. Both setups stable even with a 5 to 7 MPH breeze.
Added mini biners to most of the tiedown points (for future simplicity in the field). Also added 4 additional tie downs to supplement the existing 4 that are provided.
Have the 16 and it will provide adequate shade and or rain shelter for cooking and eating.
The 20 might be a bit cumbersome setup unless you had a big area. Unknown on Mar 12th 2018
I bought this tarp and like all rain fly and tarps I purchase I anticipate the possible need to add water protection.
Reviews I found online showed that under heavy HEAVY rain this tarp will leak. So I strung in up and added a coat of silicone spray treatment to the entire tarp.
I set it up draped off the side of my truck and down over my tent while it was pouring rain. The tarp kept me and my tent dry all weekend.
Buy this tarp but it is not light for back packing and it is not 100% water proof unless silicone treatment is added. AkPowell1981 on Jan 6th 2018
I purchased the 9 and 12 for both 1-2 person outings and small group use.
The 12 just spent a week in storms and held up nicely. The stakes are high quality, I was expecting to replace them, I don't need to. Bipo on Jul 11th 2017
It worked well, I also like the pockets for the rope that are used to tie down the tarp. The Noah 16 works great Rick VanderForest on Jul 5th 2017
I use the tarp mainly as a sun / wind shade while boating. Added some stakes that hold in sand and it stays put in 25+ mph winds. Excellent quality. Unknown on Jun 9th 2017
As a Scoutmaster with a Boy Scout troop from Woodinville, near Seattle, we see our share of rain. We bought one of these tarps for each of our patrols. These tarps are so easy to hang, with the flylines already attached and stored in four sewn-in corner pockets - this one feature probably saves you an extra 5 to 10 minutes of line wrangling every time you put it up. The 9 footer is perfect for a hammock and with the loops and grommets, you are sure to find a setup that both fits in between the two trees you are using, AND is tight like a guitar string. It is out of the box much more versatile than my Eno, and it costs less too. George the Scoutmaster on May 22nd 2017
Although the noah works well in treed and soft ground areas, it is a challenge to errect in canyon country. I have tried rocks, 7 gallon tanks and climbing chocks and always in combination without success. Free standing shelters are the way to go in southern Utah canyon country.1 Unknown on May 17th 2017