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Features of the Exped Tarp III Hook up loops for Exped mosquito nets Numerous guyline loops Integrated center pole support sack Tarps in various sizes Guylines Are tensioned easily with the buckle on the tarp Compact storage bag with counter loop for easy extraction Pegs and additional guylines Are stored in the accessory bag Smart hooks allows simple attachment to anchor points or around tree trunks Guylines store neatly in the mesh pockets Arrow hook permits simple one handed removal and remounting of the mosquito net Trekking pole, branch or similar is held in place by the integrated sack Corner pockets hold guylines Loops on edges and middle seam for additional guylines (4 included) ensure versatile setup 8 Pegs allow the tarp to be anchored securely
Exped Camp & Hike Tarp III-Green 7640120119027. Four corner pockets hold guylines. It also has multiple anchor loops. When minimal weight and small packed size are necessities these shelter solutions deliver both without sacrificing Exped quality or fine detail. Tents tarps and mosquito nets can work alone or in concert to achieve protection from the elements for the most gram conscious adventurers. Exped tarps offer a unique proposition to the user: knotless set-up. These are ingeniously user-friendly shelters that go rapidly from stuff sack to fully deployed without requiring a single knot for anchoring.
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