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About Kelty Noah's Tarp

For a couple of pounds in your gear you can have the versatile Kelty Noah's Tarp 9 Shelter that protects you and your gear from inclement weather. Featuring fully taped seam construction, the Noah's Tarp 9 Shelter has multiple reinforced guy out points so you can customize your setup to fit your needs. An attached corner guyline has a storage pocket to stash small gear up and out of the way. Quick to set up with Kelty staff poles (sold separately), the Kelty Noah's Tarp 9 Shelter tears down just as fast and stows nicely in its roll top cube carry bag for easy transport.

Kelty Noah's Tarp Features

  • Fully taped seam construction
  • Attached corner guyline with storage pocket
  • Multiple reinforced guy out points
  • Roll top cube carry bag
  • Kelty staff poles sold separately

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4.7

(based on 6 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Great lightweight tarp!

Great lightweight tarp!Can be set up endless ways!

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5.0

Great lightweight tarp!

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Great lightweight tarp!Can be set up endless ways!

 
5.0

No more lugging a heavy canopy!

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Got this for a great price on sunnysports.com. It comes with cord and 4 Nite Ize figure 9 cord adjusters, which was a pleasant surprise. This plus a pair of adjustable poles will replace the bulky and heavy collapsible canopy we used to take to the beach, park and boating. I only wish I'd gone the next size larger, 12' x 12'.

 
5.0

The best tarp for the $$$.

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This is the 2nd Noah's Tarp 9 I have purchaced. I got the 1st one 8 years ago and I still use it all the time. Got another for my fiance's new hammock. It has many uses on the trail, river, or beach. Great to have if the weather makes a turn for the worst or a sun shade. You can't go wrong if you camp a lot and need a quick shelter.

 
5.0

Perfect for hammocking

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The Noah Tarps are extremely well made and can be configured to use in over a dozen ways. I use it as an additional tarp when hammocking and it works very very well.

 
4.0

Excellent product

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Arrived on time!

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Shopper  For beach use, what poles and or stakes are needed?
TRENT G  Kelty makes a couple of pole set-ups up can get here at Sunnysports or many other outfitters that work well with this tarp. One is adjustable, and the other is a 4 section one (Kelty's Staff Pole) I have the staff pole myself and it works great......the adjustable one looks a lot heavier duty.
GERALD V  Two adjustable poles (to six feet tall) four stakes (two per side) and light rope for poles staked at 45 degrees from pole (apoximately six feet out from pole). two stakes for two other corners.
TERRY B  You could use ski poles or hiking poles...depends how you want to set it up. Just stake one end, run a rope to the top of the pole and secure it with a 1/2 hitch, run the line to the other pole, secure it with a 1/2 hitch and then down to the stake and back up along the line. Tie it off so you can adjust it take up slack if needed For stakes in firm dirt almost any stake will work. On the beach, take some nylon bags. Fill each with sand, attach your rope to the bag and then bury the bag so your rope is taut. You can tie the rope back along itself and tighten it if needed.
JAMES R  The kelty adjustable poles and stakes should work.
Shirley C  Do we need 2 poles? Looks like we do but it is not mentioned anywhere.
KIM K  Not if there are trees nearby. The whole thing can be strung up to trees at two ends, then the sides tied to other trees or to stakes. I did buy one pole so that in a worse case scenario I could at least mount it more like a lean-to situation. These are great tarps. I have a larger one too (12x12) and use this smaller one as a tarp for an old tent I still like to use.
JOSEPH J  It depends on how and where you want to use it. I use mine for backpacking and tie it to two trees to cover my hammock which also needs two trees. If I ever end up in a spot where I can't find two usable trees, I plan to sleep on the ground and use my hiking poles for supports since I will have them with me anyways.
CHRIS V  In answer to your question about needing two poles - it really depends where and how you intend to use the tarp. I have used it with both 1 and 2 poles, and also on occasion with no poles - If trees are in close proximity obviously there is not much need for poles at all. The tarp is so versatile with its fitted shape, there are a lot of configurations you can use. In windy/storm conditions I would suggest tying a guy line to the grommet the pole secures into and run the line to the ground for extra support and to help hold the pole in place.
WALLACE S  Sorry, i`m out of the country till fall so i haven`t seen it. My relatives reported that it arrived promptly. I ordered 2 for a beach camping trip in December. I didn`t order poles because I plan to tie it to the side of my pickup for noonday and afternoon shade. For the pictured application you would need poles, rope, and stakes. If i decide I need poles, I will probably just make them out of locally acquired electrical conduit. Commercial poles are made in sections for shipping and transport in cars with small trunks. For pickup camping or occassional backyard use you can make beefier ones yourself.
GREGORY M  Of course, if trees are handy, you can use them, as David said.
GREGORY M  Poles are not included, but four lines and four handy plastic tension adjusters are included. I've been using two trecking poles. If you want to pitch your tarp higher, you can purchase Kelty poles, or use those inexpensive metal poles for propping up washing lines. (A friend suggested this, and I'm going to give them a try!)
DAVID K  One or two poles are usually needed to set up the tarp although you could string it from two trees in lieu of using poles. There is also one configuration I've seen that uses only one pole. You can find several videos on Youtube that explain how to configure this tarp.
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