Hyperlite Mountain Gear Echo I Tarp

Manufacturer's Description

At 6.1 ounces, the Echo 1 is ultralight, highly durable, and provides over 50 square feet of coverage. It can be pitched at varying heights and angles providing increased versatility.

* Made from ultralight CF8 Cuben fiber fabric.
* Tight cantenary cut and sealed ridgeline.
* Double reinforced tie-outs and hardware for hanging an interior light or attaching accessory components.
* Set-up time is approximately two to four minutes

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

At two-thirds the weight of a cup of coffee, the Echo I Ultralight Tarp offers the purist, solo thru-hiker or backpacker the lightest, most versatile shelter option on the market. Made for highly-skilled adventurers comfortable sleeping in the wilderness without enclosed tents, this durable, ultralight tarp provides more than 50 square feet of protective coverage. Optimized for efficiency and functionality, the tarp gives you just what you need and nothing more. Pitch it at varying heights and angles; it has a tight catenary cut sealed ridgeline, double reinforced tie-outs and the necessary hardware for hanging an interior light or attaching accessory components. Set it up in two to four minutes. Stake kits are sold separately, and we recommend you utilize adjustable trekking poles for set up. Available in Classic White or Spruce Green.

- Hyperlite Mountain Gear


Weight 6.1 oz / 170 g
Area 51 sq. ft. / 4.7 sq m
Length 8 ft 6 in / 260 cm
Front width 7 ft 0 in / 210 cm
Rear width 5 ft 0 in / 150 cm

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The Hyperlite Mountain Gear Echo I Tarp is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 28, 2016 at Hyperlite Mountain Gear.

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