GRIP Heavy-Duty Tarp
Versatile and reliable, the GRIP® Tarp is a must-have for your outdoor lifestyle. Whether you’re camping, need a cover during the winter months or require protection for your next task, this tarp gets the job done. This poly tarp boasts heavy-duty strength, a rust proof design and tear resistant construction.
- Great for camping, on-the-job, at-home use
- Reinforced, heavy-duty construction for long-lasting use
- Tear-resistant strength
- Sealed hems help reinforce the corners
- Rust proof, aluminum grommets
- Grommets at each corner and approximately every three feet around the exterior
- 3/16” thick poly rope hem
- Made with polyethylene fabrics
- Available in sizes 8’ x 10’, 10’ x 12’, 12’ x 16’
- Folds up for easy storage
- Country of Origin : Imported
- Style : 78560,78540,78520
- DSG Pro Tips
- Brand : GRIP
- Web ID: 17GRPU12X16GRYTRPCAT
- SKU: 17792819
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