Review and Setup: The Hammock Gear Dyneema Hex Tarp


Today we are talking about one of our favorite and most-used pieces of gear: the HG Dyneema Hex Tarp. We have had these for about a year and half and …


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12 Responses to “Review and Setup: The Hammock Gear Dyneema Hex Tarp”

  1. Great video. How long is the cordage on the stingers and tieouts?

  2. Bill Gosnell says:

    Have owned mine for years, w/ doors. Had it up on the Superior Hiking Trail and weathered a very strong wind storm all night long. Steady winds of 20 mph and gusts of 30 + all night. No damage or lose threads/stitching on any attachments. Have deployed it on sled dog trips in severe winter conditions. Years of hard use and crumpled storage and still as good as the day I bought it.

  3. Tim Watson says:

    Porch mode is the bomb.

  4. Hangs4Fun says:

    Great review guys, what a great team you brothers make 🙂

  5. Grant says:

    Hi, what line do you use for the tie outs and where to get the linelocs? Thanks!

  6. Arcana73 says:

    I'm cheap. I'll stick with my hammock gear Quest Sil-Poly tarp. It's not much heavier

  7. just camped in Virginia and the 12 ft standard with doors withstood 50 mph gusts, 30 mph consistent all night like a champ

  8. Pack Mule says:

    Great tarp! I like your quick change setup. 12' continuous sideline w/doors. My favorite piece of gear and it should be for that price, right….

  9. Jason Hanna says:

    Solid as usual guys. Making me want to trade out my Sil Nylon 10×10. My wife will appreciate that! hahahaha!

  10. Why did you go without doors?

  11. Ali Schill says:

    Definitely just realized I’ve been doing porch mode wrong. I think I always taken the tie out out of the ground to go back and forth 🤦‍♀️

  12. Tarping! Thanks for showing us your tarp set-ups. Shug sometimes calls it veranda mode….

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