Estimated Lead time to ship is about 2-5 business days
We’re happy to introduce the MiniFly as one of our newest tarp designs. This tarp is built for those that want the simplicity and convenience of a standard hex tarp but with extra end-coverage when the weather gets nasty.
We’ve taken the standard hex tarp and given it major end-coverage that can be deployed as needed by adding a split-beak (small doors) to the ends that can be clipped together and deployed with a single guyline to add a significant amount of end protection right where you need it (higher up near the ends of the hammock where a standard hex shape offers the least coverage). When the weather is nice these small doors simply stay clipped back and out of the way until you need to deploy them. Once deployed, they protect the hammock from windblown rain coming in from the ends of the tarp.
Available in green or brown in either 20d polyester or 30d nylon, or in 30d polyester Bushwack camo.
Looking for slightly more coverage with panel-pulls? Check out our ThunderFly tarp model, it’s 12″ wider, the doors come down 6″ farther and it has 4 panel-pulls.
We are currently offering tarps in both Polyester and Nylon options (camo print available in Polyester ONLY). The Polyester fabric is more stretch resistant and has lower water absorption, while the Nylon is a stronger more durable fabric. Both are good options, weights are similar for each. Both fabrics have a minimum 2000mm hydrostatic head waterproof rating.
30D 2000mm NeverMist™ Silnylon: 13.0oz
20D 2000mm NeverMist™ Silpoly: 11.75oz
30D 2000mm NeverMist™ Silpoly: 13.0oz
- 2 ridgeline tieouts
- 4 main ground corner tieouts
- 4 door tieouts
- (2) Micro Carabiners for door management
- Stuff Sac
- Minimum of (6) Tent Stakes
- (1) Spool of 100′ Guyline
NOTE: “tieouts” refers to the guyline attachment points, not the guyline itself which is not included. Tent stakes, guyline, and Dutchware tarp hardware sold separately in our accessories section.
For more information on choosing the right tarp check out our Tarps 101 page.
Check out our “Basic tarp setup” video in our video section.