Sierra Designs Mountain Guide Tarp

Sierra Designs Mountain Guide Tarp
Sierra Designs Mountain Guide Tarp
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Mountain Guide Tarp by Sierra Designs
Sierra Designs' lightweight Mountain Guide Tarp is a durable shelter for winter expeditions and summer alpine campsites. This fully seam taped tarp protects you from the burliest conditions with reliable waterproofing. In winter, dig out a 10-inch snow pit and extend the telescoping center pole to provide more head room. For summer adventures, open the adjustable access port with the roll-back door to ensure sufficient ventilation. The Mountain Guide also features a roof vent to prevent over-condensation, snow flaps for additional protection in winter's weather, and reflective guy out points for an easier setup.

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SKU: SDS00AD
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