Bitihorn X-Trem Tarp 4,35x4,35m

Simple, effective and very versatile protection against the weather

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  • Weight: 1,34 kg

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Product information

Technical specifications

  • Guy line thickness:2.5
  • Guy line thickness:2.5
  • Water column outer tent (mm):3000
  • Net weight (kg):1.32
  • Country of Origin:BGD

    FAQ

      What is a tarp?

      A tarp is a type of tarpaulin. It provides good protection against rain and sun, as well as against wind and snow.

      A tarp is the simplest wilderness home. It can be pitched quickly, so you don't have to take a tent with you.

      They can be used for anything from a simple slide in the rain to somewhere to sleep for a few nights.

      For example: Bitihorn Superlight Tarp

      What materials are used in your tarp?

      We use nylon or polyester. The choice of materials is essential to the product’s performance and service life.

      Bitihorn Superlight Tarp: HELSPORT RAINGUARD® SUPERLIGHT, Water column 2000 mm

      Bitihorn Pro Tarp: HELSPORT RAINGUARD® PRO, Water column 3000 mm

      Bitihorn X-Trem Tarp: HELSPORT RAINGUARD® PRO, Water column 3000 mm

      Bitihorn Trek Tarp: HELSPORT RAINGUARD® FR, Water column 3000 mm

      Read more here.

      How do I use a tarp?

      The optimal tarp kit looks like this:

      • Tarp
      • Additional guy ropes
      • Tent pegs
      • A rope between 3-6 meters long and thickness of 2-4 mm
      • At least two trees or two straight poles


      You can use our Bitihorn Tarp in many different ways.

      Shelter: You can make a lean-to shelter with plenty of headroom under the roof.

      Roof: Use the tarp as an extra roof over the tent

      Pitched roof: Or raise the tarp up like a pitched roof and you’ll have a roof if you’re sleeping out in nature.

      Screen: Use the tarp as a screen against the sun or wind

      How can I hang a tarp up?

      The optimal tarp kit looks like this:

      • Tarp
      • Additional guy ropes
      • Pegs
      • A rope between 3-6 meters long and thickness of 2-4 mm
      • At least two trees or two straight poles


      You can use our Bitihorn Tarp as a lean-to shelter, roof, pitched roof or screen.

      What’s the difference between Pro, Superlight, Trek and X-Trem tarp?

      Our tarps are made of different materials and meet different needs.

      SUPERLIGHT is very light, has a small packing volume and robust material

      PRO is very robust and our most versatile tent tarp

      X-TREM is adapted for expeditions and winter use

      TREK is a simple tarp with a large packing volume. Good for using on campsites

      Read more about materials here!

      How do I attach the tarp?

      Our tarps come with guy ropes and strong guy rope points.

      With some creative use of trees and other natural elements, there are numerous ways you can pitch the tarp.

    Shipping & returns

    The item must be unused and returned undamaged in the original packaging.

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    Bitihorn X-Trem Tarp 4,35x4,35m
    Bitihorn X-Trem Tarp 4,35x4,35m