Lead time 16 weeks
$220.00Add to wish list
Named after the Pobblebonk Frog (Banjo Frog)- a burrowing frog often found in large numbers at night, particularly after rain. Stretching across NSW, northern Victoria, the Murray River, South Australia and Tasmania.
All our tarps are named after Australian frogs but we mostly chose the Pobblebonk just to hear people say Pobblebonk.
A simple but functional and versatile tarp.
As a hammock tarp this provides broad coverage for the weight and is suitable for most 11ft hammocks. Due to it's size it is a perfect tarp to share with a few friends either whist hanging or on it's own as a group shelter on a canoeing or packrafting adventure.
Ridgeline length: 335cm or 355cm
Number of tie outs: 8
Shape: Rectangle with catenary cut edges.
Material: Xenon Poly Sil
335cm/Grosgrain Loops/No Mid Panels = 414g including stuff sack
335cm/Beastee Dee/Mid Panel x 2 = 433g including stuff sack
355cm/Beastee Dee/Mid Panel Pull x 4 = 473g including stuff sack.
Add mid panel pulls to get more room under the tarp.
Choice of tie out hardware including Beastee Dees and Cord Tensioners.
Add the Nama Claws Continuous Tarp Ridgeline to make hanging your tarp super easy.
Add cord for the tie outs
Add tent pegs.
Note: The ridgeline will require seam sealing for full water resistance by a 100% Silicone Sealant.
Stuff sack included.
steve rogersVerified purchaseHobart15 January 2021
Light, strong, survived a good blow and downpour and the hammock stayed comfortable and dry. Best to have the mid panel pulls as wind will blow the tarp against the hammock otherwise (though the rain wont come through so it doesnt really matter).