Kelty Noah’s Tarp 9 – 2013

May 28, 2017 - Comment
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Sometimes simple, lightweight protection from the elements is all you need. That’s why we offer the Noah’s Tarp. Great for camping, backpacking, and festivals, this simple shelter travels anywhere and sets up in a snap.

Seasons: 3
Length: 108 in / 274 cm
Width: 108 in / 274 cm
Height: NA
Minimum weight: 1 lb 8 oz / 0.68 kg
Packaged weight: 1 lb 12 oz / 0.79 kg
Floor area: 81 ft2 / 7.53 m2
Packaged diameter: 4 in / 10 cm
Packaged Length: 10 in / 25 cm

Product Features

  • Reinforced guy out points and adjustable corner guy lines
  • Noah’s Tarp 9 is a simple packable lightweight shelter protection
  • Ideal for all backpacking, camping, boating, sporting events and festivals to provide shelter from the elements
  • Reinforced nylon webbing pullouts; grommets allow the use of 2 extendable tarp poles, sold separately
  • Versatile 4-point shape can be pitched in a multitude of configurations
  • Tote Bag and Stakes Included
  • Poles Not Included
  • Seasons: 3 , Dimensions: Length: 108 in, Width: 108 in, Height: NA, Minimum weight: 1 lb 8 oz, Packaged weight: 1 lb 12 oz


SentryWV says:

Absolutely love this tarp Absolutely love this tarp. This thing is awesome. Me and my boys spent the night in our tent set up in the back yard last night. I set this up in front of and over the tent and it rained all night. It was nice not having rain flipping in on us as we opened the tent door in the morning and it was also nice stepping out of the tent onto dry ground when everything around us was soaked. Not to mention having a large dry area to set equipment so it wouldn’t have to be in the tent with us. There are…

Larry says:

Got you covered! We use a 12’x18′ striped tarp for car camping sites. I wanted a smaller quick setup cat cut style tarp, mostly for shade purposes while on beaches, and it gives us other options at the campsite or somewhere else. I bought this 9’x9′ tarp. 

J. Martin says:

Held up well under difficult winter storm I took a Noah’s Tarp on a solo winter trip to Yosemite National Park. I used it as a secondary ‘roof’ over my 3-season tent; my primary interest was to protect my tent from ice and snow falling from trees and onto the tent. 

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