Mountain Mist Tarp
Lead time 4 months
$120.00Add to wish list
This tarp is named after the Mountain Mist frog or Nyakala frog (Litoria nyakalensis). Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and rivers of north eastern Queensland. It is regarded as being critically endandered.
The Mountain Mist tarps are our range of versatile flat tarps primarily designed for those looking for a lightweight and compact ground shelter.
Various sizes and configurations are offered allowing you to get exactly what you need.
You choose your desired ridgeline length, width and number of tie outs required.
Fabric is 20 denier Xenon Sil(Poly)
All tie outs reinforced with 210 denier silicone coated nylon
Ridgeline is constructed with a unique method which is extremely strong and durable, with the high tenacity thread passing through 6 layers of fabric.
Comes with stuff sack.
Made in Deloraine, Tasmania.
2.7 x 2.1 = 299g with 8 tie outs
2.7x 2.7 = 388g with 21 tie outs (this tarp is popular with people who like to have multiple pitch options)
Number of tie outs:
Now optional. Choose how many you require. The image of the 2.7 x 2.1 tarp shows the standard tie out configuration for all tarp sizes. Add additional if you like but the standard offering is suitable for most people.
Seam Sealing required. You will need to seal the ridgeline and panel pulls with a 100% silicone sealant. At present we are unable to offer this service.
Rated 4.8/5 by 4 reviewers Add a review
Brenda LaphamVerified purchaseBrisbane26 May 2021
I recently ordered a Mountain Mist Tarp from the Tier team, we took this on our hike to Hinchinbrook Island. The quality was great, it is nice and light and saved us one morning when it rained, we set up the tarp over a table where we were camping to have brekkie under and packed up our packs etc. underneath.
Doug RutherfordVerified purchaseWarnbro26 April 2021
Would have given it a 5/5 except for the material is crazy slippery and hard to handle when repacking and trying to get the air out while folding neatly. Haven't tried a stuff sack so that may work better. Only other issue was the location of the Ridge loops. My favourite configuration for a tarp is to come in one loop and place a fork stick over which I tension the Ridge with a bungy down to a stake. This closes the foot end of the tarp. Standard army hootchie loops perfect spacing to make this work. Loops on the tarp are spaced differently so did not work as well. Didn't get heavy rain but handled the dew and light rain and winds well. At half the weight of a standard army hootchie it was perfect weight for size.
SimoneVerified purchaseMelbourne26 April 2021
A beautiful high quality product that is worth every cent. Thanks Simon for being so good about getting this to me on time for my hike.
Daniele MilazzoVerified purchaseBrisbane03 September 2020
Simon had done an amazing job with this tarp, always useful and supporting through out the process. Now need to go out and use it. Absolutely recommended.