Rig 21expedition tarp
Lightweight siliconised expedition tarp large enough for 4 - 8 people with 24 rigging points for ultimate rigability
£100.00 Was: £120.00
Don't think of the Rig 21 as just a large tarp suitable for a small group: it is also a useful addition to any outdoor person's kit list.
As a tarp it is pretty big and this helps when you are camped for a few days as you can sleep and hide from the rain pretty easily. It's also a pretty big awning, so even if you are just camping out with the family this makes a great dining shelter or massive windbreak. We have even found ourselves using one on the side of the M1; an awful lot cosier than if we didn't have it.
There are cheaper alternatives around, but not with this performance. With both the Rig 21 and Rig 7 we have chosen a fabric that is awesome, rather than one to hit a price point. Pretty much all the cost goes into the fabric, so if we double the cost of the fabric then we pretty much double the cost of the tarp.
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- 3 Year Alpine Bond
- Ideal for groups
- Stuff sack included
- Guy ropes and poles (pictured above) not included
Sleeps: 4 - 8
Fabric: 30D PU coated siliconised Cordura fabric
Attachment points: 24 reinforced hypalon rig points: 8 lifter tabs, 16 exterior tie down points
Total Weight (inc. stuff sack): 1035 g
Open dimensions: 4.3 m x 2.8 m
Stuffed size: 9 x 17 x 24 cm
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Rig 21 - Just wow!
I have had the Rig 7 for four years. It is so good that 2 friends also bought one each. We sometimes setup all three together to give us a larger shelter and cooking area. Fantastic bit of kit.
Four of us recently walked the Perambulation of Dartmoor on a really wet and windy weekend and took a shiny, new Rig 21 with us. What a revelation. The size is perfect for 4 people (and a dog) to shelter, cook and sleep under. Much quicker to erect than multiple smaller tarps, although you do need to look for a larger camping spot (obvs.)
Love the loops in the middle, enabling the centre of the tarp to be pulled up. Only wish that it had corresponding loops underneath, to hang a Bulb lantern.