Hiking/Camping Tarp Shelter | Khaki



Made for Hikers or campers looking for a shelter that can also be used to increase the size of a tent.
A tarp can be used for many different purposes such as creating or enlarging the living area of a tent.


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Easy assembly / dismantlingClassic installation with poles and guy wires to stretch out the structure.
CapacityProvides up to 9m² extra protection, depending on how it is set up.
Sun protectionThe fabric is UPF 30 to filter UV rays.
Ease of useCan be set up in several ways using the 2 included posts or your hiking poles.
WaterproofProtects from the wind, sun and rain (PU-coated tarp, taped seams).
Warranty2 Years
Technical Information

All our tents are guaranteed for 2 years of normal use (your receipt or loyalty card is used as proof of purchase).
Waterproof canvas, made from polyurethane-coated polyester, central seam has thermobonded strip seal.
Wind protection
Protection from wind, sun and rain ---- 2 steel posts, 1.80m high (diameter 16mm).
Inner space
With 2 posts = a large and effective umbrella/parasol. With 2 hiking poles = almost a tent (1kg!). With 1 post and a small tent: a simple, yet practical living area. With 4 hiking poles = a screen/parasol/umbrella for 2-4 people (1kg without posts).
Poles, pegs
Poles: Galvanised steel, diameter 16mm Pegs: 5mm galvanised steel pegs for good twisting resistance.
Dimensions and weight, folded dimensions
Can be easily slipped into a 40-litre backpack. 39 x 11cm cover. Weight: 2.6kg or 1kg without the posts.
Sun protection
The fabric flysheet filters UV rays with a UPF of 30. Please note: a significant amount of UV rays may get through by reverberation: protect your skin.
Classic installation with poles and guy wires to stretch out the structure. Has 6 metal rings for use with poles.
COVER39 x 11cm

WEIGHT2.6 kg



Information / Concept / Technology
Pole : 100.0% Iron Flysheet : 85.0% Polyester (PES), Flysheet : 15.0% Polyurethane (PU) Carry bag : 85.0% Polyester (PES), Carry bag : 15.0% Polyurethane (PU)

Stockage tips
Storage: after use or cleaning, do not store the tarp until it is perfectly dry to prevent odours and mould from forming.

Maintenance tips
1 CLEANING - if needed, the tarp can be cleaned using soapy water, then rinsed (with a hose if possible). Then leave to dry completely. 2. TREE SAP STAINS - Can be very hard to remove Once the stain is fully dry, gently scratch it off while holding an ice cube on the inside of the fabric to make the sap brittle so it will come off more easily. 3 STORAGE - after use or cleaning, do not store the tarp until it is perfectly dry to prevent odours and mould from forming.


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Used for 3 to 6 months
Not brilliant but only £20 found the tarp leaked in heavy rain at the fold lines from when it was packed originally, that may disappear in future but be aware. Also would be a fantastic amount better if 3m Square and with 3 tie points between each corner. Gives you more options in using it.
Very heavy old fashioned Pole
Used for 1 week or less
Tarp material is good , but I don't recommend it due to very heavy poles
Response of the brand
Hello Sir,

Thanks for taking the time to write to us, your feedback is very valuable.

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 hiking
Used for 2 to 8 weeks
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
teng tarp
I’ve been searching online for a tent tarp and didn’t realise decathlon down the road had one better and cheaper... love it
Camping Tarp, green
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
Used for 2 to 8 weeks
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
Great Tarp ruined by stupid sized logo!
Used for 1 week or less
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. .
Response of the brand
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
F*****g brilliant
Used for 2 to 8 weeks
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.
For the price, you just can not fault it.
Used for More than 1 year
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.
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