If your tarp set up needs a bit more stability, then the Universal Tarp Grippa from Supa Peg will help you attach guy ropes so you can peg it out properly.
All you need to do is slide it over the edge of the tarp, push the lever down, and voila! You’re ready to secure it with your guy ropes.
The Tarp Grippa will work with vinyl, canvas, and tarps of all sizes, so they’re a very handy accessory to have in your kit for securing your tarp set up.
Suitable for tarpaulin, vinyl and canvas
Allows you to attach a guy rope to your tarp
12L x 4.5W x 2.5H (each)
6L x 4.5W x 2.5H (each)
Plastic | Synthetic Webbing | Steel D Ring
0.04 Kg (each)
Joining tarp1 answer
Could these be used to join tarps? Could two tarps fit in the joiner to add a wall onto a tarp shelter. Thanks
Edward - Toowoomba, QLD(2 months ago)
That's a brilliant question, and I think they probably could. We haven't tried it out before, but I'm thinking it may even be better to fold over the edge of the roof tarp, slightly overlapping the top of the wall one, to create a stormflap in rainy weather. If you decide to give it a go, please let us know how it turns out - I think its a cracking idea.
Lauren - Snowys(2 months ago)
Stupa peg tarp gripper1 answer
Will these grip Ripstop material enough or is it too thin?
Rod - Elderslie (1 year ago)
Ripstop refers to a reinforced thread in a grid pattern through the fabric, and comes in varying weights and materials. If you're using a Coton Canvas Ripstop, you'll be fine, but something fine like a Sil Nylon would not be recommended.
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
How strong is the grip?1 answer
I was curious how strong these are? What I was wanting to attempt is to attach these to my Oztrail Mitchell swag (Old one before eyelets) so I can then use a swag pole such as the https://www.snowys.com.au/swag-pole-plus-kit to make it freestanding. Or would you suggest any other options? Downsides of the older swags not having the newer features.
Anthony - Tamworth(1 year ago)
They've got great grip, so you could use them to try and make your swag free-standing. The other option to consider would be to grab an eyelet kit and add some eyelets into your swag to use a ridge pole kit.
Leece - Snowys(1 year ago)
Do these come as a pair? 1 answer
Tim - Sunbury(4 years ago)
Spot on, the Supa Peg Tarp Grippa is sold in pairs.