Paria Outdoor Products: Sanctuary Tarp

Sanctuary SilTarp

This may be one of the best budget minded tarp kits out on the market currently ($79.99). Coolest thing is Paria Outdoor Products is an innovative company based out of Colorado. The SilTarp kit includes everything you need to get started in tarp camping.

The Sanctuary includes:

  1. 10’x8′ flat 30 Denier rip-stop nylon with dual silicon/PU coating tarp
  2. 12 guy out points (4 corners, 3 additional on each long side, & 2 additional on each short side) and one center guy out
  3. 6 10′ sections of 1.5mm reflective Dyneema® guy lines
  4. 6 micro-loks
  5. 6 aluminium alloy Y-Shape stakes
  6. 3 stuff sacks (guy line, stake bag, tarp bag)

Manufacture Specs:

  • Whole kit= 20.5 oz
  • Tarp only= 15.5 oz
  • packaged size= 9x5x4 inches
  • 10’x8′ tarp
  • 13 total guy out loops

From my scale:

Paria Sanctuary Siltarp weight

  • Whole kit= 19.95 oz
  • Tarp only= 15.15 oz
  • stakes and stake bag = 3.15 oz
  • guy line and bag= 1.35 oz
  • packaged size= 9x5x4 inches
  • 10’x8′ tarp
  • 13 total guy out loops

The whole kit

First Impressions:

After just receiving this tarp in the mail from Paria, I couldn’t be more stoked. The Sanctuary tarp is something I’ve been looking at purchasing for a while now due to the price point. The whole package is clean and professionally made. For example, all the draw strings on the three stuff sacks use 1.5mm reflective Dyneema® guy line. Another awesome thing about this tarp is that it comes completely seam taped and ready to go out of the package for only $79.99. I will follow up with a complete review of this product once I test it out in the field.


-Happy Trails

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