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Not Too Big and Not Too Small

Whether you're covering a little or a lot, our selection of tarps is sure to have what you need. A larger tarp might seem like an obvious choice, but it can also be heavier and more unwieldy while setting up, so while you want to pick enough tarp to cover your gear, try not to get more than you need. If you'd like a more permanent storage solution, think about getting a shed or garage.

What's It Made Of?

Heavy-duty tarps can be made of different materials. Polyethylene tarps are lightweight and weather resistant, while the heavier construction of canvas tarps makes them more resistant to unwanted movement from the wind and other weather conditions. No matter what it's made of, check to make sure your tarp has grommet holes so you can tie it down easily with ropes and anchors.

Stay Out Of Sight

Sometimes you want your tarp to be highly visible, but other times you want it to blend into the background. White tarps are typically easier to see, while a black tarp can be tough to spot at night or in low-light conditions. If you're hunting and want to cover your favorite blind or other location, consider getting a camo tarp so game will have a hard time seeing you.