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Kammock Kuhli Rain Tarp: Review

Posted On December 30, 2016 at 11:58 am by / Comments Off on Kammock Kuhli Rain Tarp: Review

 A good tarp can make or break a weekend. 

Some of the best camping trips I’ve had have been rainy ones. The only reason that’s true is because we always take the time to put up a large tarp, so it doesn’t really matter what happens. If a shower comes through, we play cards and drink beer at the picnic table. Not a big deal. The other thing I’ve learned over the years is that it pays to buy a nice tarp so the eyelets don’t rip out when push comes to shove.

The Kammock Kuhli is built to withstand just about anything. The Hyper-Strong Hypalon reinforces all of the anchor points and is not going to give out. The 15D silnylon is also PU coated, making for an awesomely lightweight, waterproof tarp.

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The build quality is fantastic.

My favorite things about the Kammock Kuhli has to be the built-in cord lock adjusters. Yes, tautline hitches work great, but the ease of the adjusters beats them by a long shot. It makes it incredible easy to get a taut hammock that you could bounce a quarter off of. There are 16 reinforced guy out points on it, so you can set up any configuration you want. I found that it’s absolutely perfect for two hammocks. It was easy to adjust it for 100% rain protection from any angle. It packs down to the size of a Nalgene bottle and weighs 20 oz. It of course, is much more expensive than the tarp you’d pick up at the hardware store, but it comes with a lifetime warranty. It would be a welcome addition to any campsite.

$159

Kammock Kuhli

Sharp looking tarp too.

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