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Stansport U-1620 Reinforced Rip-Stop Tarp, Brown - 16' x 20'

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Description

  • Multi-purpose for a variety of uses
  • Durable rip-stop polyethylene laminated on both sides, Double reinforced corners
  • Heavy duty rust resistant grommets, Rope reinforced edges, 3.5 ml thickness, 8 x 8 weave construction
  • Cut size: 16' x 20', Finished size: 15' 4" x 19' 8", Color: brown
  • Dimensions are approximate and may vary due to the manufacturing process

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Customer Reviews

Do I feel stupid for assuming all tarps are equalWish I took a closer look. Zero stars. How on Earth are these even rated 3 stars? Do I feel stupid for assuming all tarps are equal. These are super cheap and ON THE PACKAGING READS: "may cause cancer... wash hands after handling." (I'll post a photo before I return them) What kind of crazy petro chemicals are these made from? Yikes! Refund please.1JUNK, JUNK, JUNK - NOT DURABLE...AT ALL!!If you're looking for longevity, keep looking. This "tarp" may be fine for short term use, but is very lightweight. It more closely resembles the woven shipping coverage you would find if you ordered truck freight stuff...ie...designed for a single use.Update April, 2017: My first assessment was spot on. Last February, 2017, this tarp was installed outdoors, in a relatively protected situation...well cinched down, no excessive wind, no excessive sunlight, in a moderate midwest climate... Today, after less than four months exposure, I discovered the tarp with several shredded areas...six areas in total, each about 10" x 10". Initially I thought vandalism...not so. Upon close inspection, I found the tarp had the strength of paper towel. I could literally poke my finger through...at any spot...with VERY SLIGHT PRESSURE. WHAT A JUNK TARP. Btw, I own at least 10 other, similar tarps...in similar settings and uses...all over 5 years old...and ALL still in good shape. Run from this tarp...Stansport = JUNK. I feel duped, hosed, hoodwinked...1what did i just buy? !WHat i ordered and what showed up were night and day apart... The product description is a work of fiction.Medium weight ? Nope. Thin as an old bedsheet.Rope edges? Try twine.Ripstop ? What? No, it's the same thin poly throughout, with no thicker threads to be found.Rust resistant grommets? Maybe, until they are exposed to abrasion, water, or oxygen... They're just cheap thinly plated mild steel. Not brass or stainless.Reinforced corners... Yeah this is true. But reinforcing this material is pointless. Try using thicker material...I'd return it but as a $7 add on item there's no point. This is typical sweatshop garbage and on top of that I'll probably get one camping trip out of it before it goes in the trash, what a waste. I hope at least the poly was recycled...If you need a disposable single use tarp, you found it. And it is not suitable for tarping the load on a trailer.1Do NOT buy these tarps.Nov. 11, 2015I'd previously listed this item as good--until a few months of use proved otherwise. I live in Utah where temperatures are quite reasonable except for the higher, hotter summer temps, sans humidity. I wanted to keep outdoor patio furniture covered and protected from infrequent, inclement weather unless being used (and, thus, uncovered) until fall/winter necessitated storing said furniture until the following spring. Just within three (3) months, however, a couple of the tarps were already worn, torn, and had holes where infrequent rain leaked through to the furniture the tarps were "supposed" to be protecting. What a waste of money! Even the cheaper ones I'd previously purchased from Wal-Mart lasted longer than these did. Three months!!! I certainly shall not be buying any more of these cheap, weak, useless items ever again. So much for the guarantee of a sturdy, rugged, protective tarp!Jani.1Tarp received packaged nicely, when open found the tarp has a couple ...Tarp received packaged nicely, when open found the tarp has a couple of holes. Maybe manufacturer issue - looks melted2Not horrible, just very light-dutyI ordered this tarp to cover firewood. When it showed up, there was a marketing insert/label that was taped to the tarp with that looked like normal clear tape, nothing fancy. I went to remove it and the tape peeled the brown part of the tarp from the underside (it's a kind of laminated construction, apparently). So not the end of the world, but I was disappointed to have a brand new tarp that was already damaged. To the seller's credit, they sent me a replacement at no charge.I've used the original tarp for my original purpose of covering a pile of wood and for that, it's fine. I used the replacement tarp to cover a trailer full of topsoil and that was a different story! I secured the tarp with bungee cords and immediately one of the corner grommets ripped right off. And that was with very light pressure from the bungee cord. After a short trip and low speeds two other corners showed signs of ripping out.All this to say: If you need a tarp for extremely light duty use, this may work. But if you are covering loads or doing anything with it that involves movement you should probably look to a more heavy-duty option. This is a very light-duty product, more like a dropcloth than a true tarp.2Brown tarp - FYI California Cancer warning on packagingCovers my wood pile. Sides held together by the keeper 06052 10" mini bungee cord (8pack). Blends in and works well. My woodpile is under the deck so it is somewhat covered. (original 5 star review)UPDATE: I purchased this tarp originally to cover my wood pile. Perfect. I decided to order a couple more sizes at great prices - about $2 and $3 for the small sizes so I could keep one in my car and downstairs to cover wet grass (put a blanket over) or use for whatever we'd need....but when I received the 6x8 size in the mail I saw the California prop 65 warning on the packaging which was NOT stated in the product description. "This product contains chemicals known (to the State of California) that may cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling"..... I'm sure that people have their opinions of prop 65 but I generally stay away from products that have that warning (aside from the fact that I am currently pregnant) in favor of products that don't carry that label and would not have purchased if it had been in the product description. I plan to purchase a waterproof blanket that folds up tiny for about $20 like the one from Praktical Life or Reid Retail both sold on Amazon.I only bumped it down to 3 stars because I think it depends what you're using it for. Woodpile, great - 5 stars......using as a "blanket" for my 3 babies even in a pinch for wet grass or sand, or under something my kids are playing on - or even under a blanket, no thanks.3In place for less than a month, and is completely destroyed.A picture is worth a thousand words. This tarp has been on my kayak, in a protected area. It doesn't see an wind, only sunshine. It has been in place for less than a month, and now is completely destroyed. I didn't over-tighten the ropes. I didn't put it against sharp edges, as I even placed 4" PVC pipe as a smooth surfaced brace above the trailer. The attached photos show what the tarp looks like with only exposure to the Texas sun.1Not heavy duty, not even close.I ordered 3 of the Stansport Heavy Duty Rip-Stop Polyethylene Tarp, what I got, as you can see in the photo, is 3 standard duty tarps. The description repeatedly says heavy duty. These are not. I know I ve bought plenty of tarps in my day.Unless you are using this tarp inside, out of any kind of wind or weather exposure, do not expect them to last more than 4 months. I took a chance because let s face it they are half the price of normal tarps and 1/3 the price of other heavy duty ones. Still not worth it since they are going to shred in under 3 months outside since they are thin even for a standard tarp.2Very low quality, corners ripped immediatelyThis tarp is very low quality. I tried hanging it up with a ridgeline, to provide some shelter during a car camping trip but a moderate breeze was enough to completely rip the grommets out of the corners. After "fixing" the ripped corner, the same exact thing happened to 2 of the other grommets. I had not yet even begun applying tension across the diagonal of the tarp, and it still completely gave way. I think the tarp is just too heavy or has too much surface area for wind to grab for the inherent strength of the plastic. Furthermore, the black "reinforcements" on the corners are just for show. they don't actually connect to the tarp at all, except by the grommet itself. If you plan on buying this tarp, don't expect it to be useful for shelter. I'm sure it would be fine for laying on the ground or for covering an object on the ground such as a pile of firewood.1
Stansport U-1620 Reinforced Rip-Stop Tarp, Brown - 16' x 20'

Stansport U-1620 Reinforced Rip-Stop Tarp, Brown - 16' x 20'

3.4
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
HK$ 677.00
Sale price
HK$ 677.00
Regular price
HK$ 1,128.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 40% (HK$ 451.00)