The Rig 7 has received glowing reviews from both printed and online magazines due to its built-in versatility, low weight and durability.
The 8 lift points across the face of the tarp and the 16 edge tie-downs allow the Rig 7 to be pitched in an almost limitless number of configurations. All these points have been reinforced with Hypalon rubber to ensure they don’t let you down when the weather turns.
The 30 den Cordura fabric is fully taped on the underside to stop any water coming through, and the siliconised coating on the top side reduces water build up. At 2.4 m long and 2.8 m wide the Rig 7 is comfortably large enough to sleep up to 4 people underneath it.
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We are expecting Rig 7s back in stock at the end of May.
If one of our products does not meet your expectations upon delivery or, if during its lifetime does not live up to the demands placed upon it, please return it to us for repair, replacement or refund. If the problem is our fault then we will do this to your satisfaction, if it’s your fault then we will help out the best we can.
Trail August 2013 - Graham Thompson
Graham Thompson tests out an array of tarps and rates the Alpkit Rig 7 as Best for Group Use.
In terms or price and that all-important versatility it's a clear winner for group use.Graham Thompson
Trail April 2011 - Peter Macfarlane
Peter Macfarlane tests out some tarps for Trail Magazine's Group Test. Rig 7 comes out top with Best of Test and Best Value tarp.
It's the model that's best able to ride out bad weather conditionsPeter Macfarlane
It's also a lot of fun to use, even play with, and that kind of user involvement is part of what using a tarp is all about, and so the Rig 7 is a worthy winnerPeter Macfarlane
TGO Magazine June 2013 - Chris Townsend
TGO Magazine's Chris Townsend reviews some tarps and gives the Alpkit Rig 7 a full 5 stars and awards it with Best Buy for flat tarps.
Of the flat tarps tested this is by far the bestChris Townsend
Steve tramped across the cloud covered moors. Although it wasn't raining as such, everything was dripping. He longed for the day to be over and to be snuggled inside his nice dry down bag.