Tarp material is good , but I don't recommend it due to very heavy poles
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I Apologize that the product Tarp Arpenaz has not met your expectations. The poles are suitably constructed to maintain the stability of the tarp during windy conditions. But, nevertheless your feedback is apt and will be passed on to the respective teams for future developments.
For me I would say that the poles are too heavy. I bought it for lightweight hiking and to be honest it’s heavier that my lightweight tent.
I can’t fault the tarp, but the poles are old fashioned in my view. Lighter material would be better
I’ve been searching online for a tent tarp and didn’t realise decathlon down the road had one better and cheaper... love it
I haven't used it as yet but looks as if its just what i need.
My only quibbles are that the writing it to big and too white and i think it needs more tie down loops
Not used yet, but seems good value and good quality
Just what we need. Light and small package but big enough when opened. The only suggestion is that if you want to have a square shape you need to buy a set of poles but is not essential
Overall I'm super happy with it
Have been buying and using these tarps for years, good price for a good bit of kit. Unfortunately returned latest unused due to discovering the stupid huge white Quechua logo plastered on the side. Kind of ruins the whole point of a drab green colour to blend into countryside. .
Thank you for the feedback on the Quechua Tarp, we appreciate the feedback. I will pass your comments back to the product manager for future consideration.
Chris Allen UK Market Manager DECATHLON
Used this multiple times while wild camping in Scotland as a shelter above my hammock. Did the job and kept me dry, it's very durable even in windy conditions. It can pack up even smaller than how it comes if you do it right. Definitely would recommend.
All round, a tarp well worth the price. To everyone giving low marks for the amount of guy lines or poles being too short, I count these as bonus ancillary items and an added (quality for the price) extra. For twenty English pounds this has not failed me yet.
a Super Tarp, this is a brilliant tarp, it has lasted a full session of wild camping in Scotland on the west coast shores, still has loads of live in it