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4.84 out of 5 based on 37 customer ratings
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Product Description

Current Estimated Lead time to ship is about 1 week,  we’ll send a shipping notice at that time.

For more information on choosing the right tarp and seam-sealing requirements check out our Tarps 101 page.

The Mamajamba is a great mid-sized 3-season tarp and when combined with the Door-Kit the MJ provides Winter/All-season protection to the Blackbird, Blackbird XLC and Traveler hammocks. The MJ is an elongated hex-shaped design. While designed mainly for the Blackbird, Blackbird XLC and Traveler hammocks, coverage over the Ridgerunner is somewhat minimal at the ends, but it can be a great lightweight option if paired with the Spindrift or Undercover-Poncho.

Includes: 2 ridgeline tieouts, 4 main ground corner tieouts, 4 panel pull tieouts, a stuffsac and is Door-Kit compatible. (note: “tieouts” refers to the guyline attachment points, not the guyline itself which is not included. Tent stakes, guyline, and Dutchware tarp hardware sold seperately in our accessories section.)


Check out our “Basic tarp setup” video in our video section.

37 reviews for Mamajamba

  1. 4 out of 5

    The tarp is very much like the hammock. Light and tuff. The 4 panel pull tieouts were a must, cause the wind was blowing and the tieouts helped keep the tarp from slapping the sides of the hammock and getting too much wind in face. I was surprised though at how little the ends of tarp went passed the ends of the hammock. I might have to order side panels to help keep blowing rain from getting in the hammock. Overall great tarp after you get all the tie down straps cut and attached. Won’t take as long to set up next time.

  2. 5 out of 5

    I bought the Mamajamba when I purchased my XLC and it works great! Great coverage and with the split-rings on the ridgeline and the d-rings on the corners it’s super easy to set up. The d-rings are especially nice cause the ends of my trekking poles fit right into them so, as long as its not too windy, it’s a simple way to do “porch mode”. I choose the Mamajamba rather than the Superfly to keep weight down during the summer and I can add the door kit for really wet weather or snow camping. My Mamajamba, with a continuous ridgeline in the bag, weighs out at 15.5 ounces. Wouldn’t hesitate to buy it again!

  3. 5 out of 5

    My son just bought a WBBB and needed a tarp and he got this one. He set it up right away. No surprises as I have the same tarp and love it. Quality material put together expertly.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Great tarp! It’s big enough for me and my wife if we find trees close enough.

  5. 5 out of 5

    This tarp is awesome. If I could do it over I may have went with the super fly. But…I do love the mamajamba the coverage is great. I did have to seal the tie outs because they did leak. No a big deal I seam sealed it as Brandon described and haven’t had a problem. My mamajamba has seen some tough weather and has kept me bone dry. The coverage over my BB XLC is perfect.
    Make yourself a single snakeskin slip it over the mamajamba saves you a butt load of time.
    Thanks again Warbonnet team!
    Saving up for the XL traverler sock for ultimate coverage.


  6. 5 out of 5

    WOW!! What can I say, but this is an awsome fly. I just received it in the mail (which came extremely fast) I can not wait to set it up and try it out. Thanks to all the folks there at Warbonnet Outdoors, outstanding.

  7. 4 out of 5

    I bought two of these for our two WB Blackbird hammocks and they are outstanding tarps, especially for the money. Very compact, srong and light weight.

    I’ve endured some pretty heavy rain without a leak and a night of some brutal winds,camped on the shore of Round Valley Reservoir. The Mamajamba held up well.

    The only issue is that ever since I upgraded from the Blackbird to the Blackbird XLC, I’ve wished the Mamajamba also came in 12 ft size. There isn’t a lot of overlap with the longer hammock and I’m concerned that wind blown rain might become an issue.

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