Shelter Equipment

When you buy a tent you usually get all the necessary tent pegs, poles, and ropes. However, with a tarp or a shelter half you often get nothing but the piece of cloth. Even if you do, you should carry some extra tent accessories with you because something will always get broken or lost. It will piss you off a lot less in the middle of nowhere. Read the full story

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DMM Spectre Carabiner
DMM Spectre Carabiner
10.99 USD
Now available. Sold 90 in the last two weeks.
NVA Tent Stake and Pole Set, 30 Piece Set, Surplus
NVA Tent Stake and Pole Set, 30 Piece Set, Surplus
22.99 USD
Now available. Sold 15 in the last two weeks.
Robens Traveler Folding Chair
Robens Traveler Folding Chair
29.99 USD
Now available. Sold 23 in the last two weeks.
DD Hammocks Tree Huggers
DD Hammocks Tree Huggers
9.99 USD
Now available. Sold 31 in the last two weeks.
Nite Ize Figure 9 Rope Tightener, Large
Nite Ize Figure 9 Rope Tightener, Large
9.99 USD
Now available. Sold 7 in the last two weeks.
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DD Hammocks Underblanket for hammocks
DD Hammocks Underblanket for hammocks
69.99 USD
Now available. Sold 37 in the last two weeks.
DD Hammocks SuperLight Pegs 6-Pack
DD Hammocks SuperLight Pegs 6-Pack
7.99 USD
Now available. Sold 41 in the last two weeks.
DD Hammocks Hiking Pole
DD Hammocks Hiking Pole
17.99 USD
Now available. Sold 10 in the last two weeks.
DD Hammocks Sleeve
DD Hammocks Sleeve
13.99 USD
Now available. Sold 5 in the last two weeks.
DD Hammocks Whoopie Slings
DD Hammocks Whoopie Slings
19.99 USD
Now available. Sold 14 in the last two weeks.
DD Hammocks SuperLight Mosquito Net
DD Hammocks SuperLight Mosquito Net
39.99 USD
Now available. Sold 4 in the last two weeks.
Atwood Rope ARM A9 Scout Stake, 6-pack, Black Atwood Rope ARM A9 Scout Stake, 6-pack, Orange
Atwood Rope ARM A9 Scout Stake, 6-pack
Atwood Rope ARM A9 Scout Stake, 6-pack
14.99 USD
Now available. Sold 7 in the last two weeks.
Cocoon Ultralight Outdoor Mosquito Net, Double
Cocoon Ultralight Outdoor Mosquito Net, Double
59.99 USD
Now available. Sold 2 in the last two weeks.
DMM XSRE Carabiner
DMM XSRE Carabiner
12.99 USD
Now available. Sold 55 in the last two weeks.
Robens Geographic High Camping Stool
Robens Geographic High Camping Stool
29.99 USD
Temporarily out of stock.
Cocoon Ultralight Outdoor Mosquito Net, Single
Cocoon Ultralight Outdoor Mosquito Net, Single
44.99 USD
Now available.
BW Tent Stake Set, 10-Pack, Surplus
BW Tent Stake Set, 10-Pack, Surplus
14.99 USD
Temporarily out of stock.
BW Tent Pole, Surplus
BW Tent Pole, Surplus
1.99 USD
Temporarily out of stock.
BW Tent Pole Set, 10-Pack, Surplus
BW Tent Pole Set, 10-Pack, Surplus
14.99 USD
Temporarily out of stock.
BW Tent Stake and Pole Set, Surplus
BW Tent Stake and Pole Set, Surplus
14.99 USD
Temporarily out of stock.
DD Hammocks Beer Holder
DD Hammocks Beer Holder
4.99 USD
Now available. Sold 11 in the last two weeks.
DD Hammocks Mini Karabiner
DD Hammocks Mini Karabiner
1.99 USD
Now available. Sold 132 in the last two weeks.

When you buy a tent you usually get all the necessary tent pegs, poles, and ropes. However, with a tarp or a shelter half you often get nothing but the piece of cloth. Even if you do, you should carry some extra tent accessories with you because something will always get broken or lost. It will piss you off a lot less in the middle of nowhere.

Tent stakes and tent poles

A handy bushcrafter can whittle tent stakes from pretty much anything. However, you shouldn’t whittle anything in somebody else’s forest without permission. Besides a modern tent stake beats a wooden peg in everything but primitive camping and vampire slaying - both of which are worth preserving though. An aluminum stake is ultralight, durable, and easy to pack. Keep enough of these babies with you. You’ll thank yourself later when you need to fasten the tarp again after a storm.

We also sometimes have military surplus tent poles. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that these are used for setting up army tents. The small ones. A smart person will come up with other cool uses for these. Maybe.

Carabiners

Carabiner, karabiner, carabiner clip, snap ring… a dear child has many names. These handy gadgets are used in all sorts of rope activities from climbing to camping. They are not that pretty in Japanese rope bondage though, but they are perfect for setting up a hammock or a tarp. Make sure you select the right type. The heavy-duty carabiners designed for climbing are perfect for hammocks, too. However, the small carabiners are only suited for keychains, setting up tarps, or hanging lightweight stuff from your backpack. Please read the product description carefully before clicking any of these in your basket. We would hate to lose you. Literally.

Hammock accessories

Hammock camping is more fun than a clown on fire. It is even more fun to set up sleeping bag for the weather.

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