Sierra Designs Mountain Guide Tarp
Sierra Designs Mountain Guide Tarp
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Product Description
The Sierra Designs Mountain Guide Tarp is a floorless one-door shelter designed to perform in extreme wind, snow, and rain. With 109 square feet of interior space, the tarp is able to comfortably accommodate up to four people and creates a sprawling area that can be used as a base camp, emergency shelter, or mess hall Read More
Large 4-Season Rainfly

The Sierra Designs Mountain Guide Tarp is a floorless one-door shelter designed to perform in extreme wind, snow, and rain. With 109 square feet of interior space, the tarp is able to comfortably accommodate up to four people and creates a sprawling area that can be used as a base camp, emergency shelter, or mess hall. The tarp is supported by a single adjustable pole, stakes, and integrated LineLocs, and additional guylines can be attached when it’s windy. Its high-peak design sheds exterior water quickly and prevents condensation buildup on the inside.

Note: This drop is limited to 20 units. 

Specs
  • Sierra Designs
  • Number of doors: 1
  • Number of stakes: 15
  • Number of guylines: 5 at 72 in (183 cm), 5 at 118 in (300 cm)
  • Interior area: 109 sq ft (10.2 sq m)
  • Tent dimensions (solid ground): 98 x 98 x 79 (249 x 249 x 201 cm)
  • Tent dimensions (in snow pit): 98 x 98 x 89 in (249 x 249 x 226 cm)
  • Tent weight: 5 lbs 15 oz (2.96 kg)
  • Tent storage bag dimensions: 17 x 6.5 in (43.2 x 16.5 cm)
  • Pole storage bag dimensions: 21.5 x 4.5 in (54.6 x 11.4 cm)
  • Stake storage bag dimensions: 8 x 4.5 in (20.3 x 11.4 cm)
Included
  • Poles
  • Stakes
  • Guylines
  • Tent storage bag
  • Pole storage bag
  • Stake storage bag
Shipping

All orders will be shipped by Drop.

Estimated ship date is Dec 11, 2017 PT.

After this product run ends, payment will be collected and orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final. Check the discussion for updates on your order.

Recent Activity
Christopher G in Newington, CT: Massdrop erroneously sent me your tarp (along with a packing slip with your full name and home address) instead of the Zebag Wine Bottle Carrying Case I ordered. Massdrop is refusing to send me my carrying case because they say they ordered the exact number of items for the drop, and they have no idea who they shipped my item to, so they don't have one to ship me. Apparently, in addition to being too incompetent to put the right address label on a package, they're too incompetent to be able to order an additional item and have it shipped to me, even tho they have an upcoming drop for the same item in a couple of weeks. I will return your tarp to Massdrop as soon as they provide me with an address label that includes the cost of UPS picking up the item. If they're similarly refusing to honor your order, maybe someone there has enough intelligence to forward it on to you once they receive it. I'd send it to you directly (I do have your address, after all), but they refuse to refund my order until they receive the item they wrongly shipped to me. If you received my wine carrying case, I'd appreciate it if you'd return it to Massdrop; if the product I ordered magically shows up in their office, maybe they'll actually fulfill my order, instead of wasting everyone's time refusing make good on their mistake. Apparently, left to their own, they have neither the skill nor the integrity to honor the order I placed and paid for, and are relying on us to recover from their f***-ups. Sorry they screwed up your order. I hope they didn't screw up a Christmas gift for you like they did for me.
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