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Cuben Fiber Grace Tarp $250.00



The Grace Tarp is the classic A frame catenary curved ridgeline tarp.
It pitches fast and requires a minimum of stakes for a tight pitch.

7oz / 190gms .75 Cuben $265 Green / $250 .75 White
5.5oz / 140gms .5 Cuben $250 White Only (4.7oz / 120gms with LineLocks Removed)

7' X 5 ' X 9' (Front X Rear X Ridge Length)
2.1m X 1.6m X 2.7m

10oz / 285gms .75 Cuben $305 Green or $290 White
7.5oz / 195gms . 5 Cuben $290 White Only

8.5' X 7' X 9.25' (Front X Rear X Ridge Length)
2.6m X 2.1m X 2.8m

• .5oz Cuben vs Cuben .75oz
The standard .75 oz/sq/yd cuben is what we has used for years in our strongest shelters and it has twice the dyneema content. The .75 can withstand almost any weather and is time tested in our largest Pyramids. The .5 Cuben option is lighter weight but not quite as strong. The .5oz cuben is a 3 - 3+ Season fabric for camping spots in semi protected /forrest areas or if high sustained winds are not a concern.

Order you size and note in the comment field what size you would like SMALLER than that stock size.
EX: Order the Duo and note you want it 8 X 5.5' X 9' + any other changes EX: No LineLocks / No Grommet Holes

• If you do not want the stock sewn-on easy to use Linelocks and 3mm line - we will ship our smaller ultralight 1.5mm spectra mini linelock kit instead for free. Removing the 8 LineLocks save about 1oz / 30gms. Just note your changes in the comments field when checking out.

"I've been pretty impressed with my MLD Grace Solo made with Cuben Fiber over the past year. Just a month ago, I was on an exposed saddle at 10,500ft with variable direction winds gusting up to 50mph which often drove snow horizontally and I had no trouble - ~3 inches of snow by morning. And this was not the first time I had been in windy storm conditions with it. "
-Sean Nordeen

"Very light, durable, easy to set up, easy to adjust line locks, spacious, good ventilation, no problem with condensation. Overall, I just love lying under the open tarp, being connected with the nature. "

"But the part of this tarp that I like the best is the tensioning system which makes it very easy to set up the tarp."


• MLD has been building Cuben Fiber Tarps, Shelters and Accessories for 10 years. Longer Than Any Other Company!

• Ridgeline seam and bonded tieout reinforcements are bonded for ultimate strength. Ridgeline seem is a full 1" wide bonded.

• Shape: Slight Trapezoidal with catenary ridge line and ends for a tight pitch.

• Premium Overall Construction: Strongest seams, tieouts, reinforcements and accessories possible. No seam sealing required.

• Three inside ridgeline hang loop for bivy, bug net, serenity shelter, sock line, marmot jerky drying, etc.

• 8 Tieouts with fast adjust line locks

• Ridgeline tieouts have a pole tip grommet.


• Silnylon Stuff Sack
• Guyline : Hi Vis Yellow to fit the built in Linelocks and never slip


Stake Package

8 of the 6.5" Titanium orange handled skewer stakes $25

Carbon Fiber Straight Poles
Super Stiff Premium Carbon Fiber Poles
• 28" Rear .9oz
• 42" Front 1.65oz
• .355 outside diameter multi-ply multi direction carbon fiber construction.
• Grommet locking tips
• 15.5" long folded lengths for compactness
• Long aluminum internal ferrules with fast connect rounded end guides and tube spacer bumpers to prevent CF to CF abrasion
• The very best CF tarp pole available!

Set Up

Rear Corners 3'
Front Corners 3.5'
Middle Edge 3'
Rear Ridgeline 5'
Front Ridgeline 6'

Set Up for Standard A Frame Pitch:
1: Lay the tarp out on the ground with the corner lines extending out from the corners. Visualize an X with the tap and lines from an overhead view.
2: Stake the rear corners first - leave some slack in the lines.
3: Insert the rear pole and stake. Rear should be fairly tight now.
4: Insert the font pole and stake.
5: Stake front corners.
6: Adjust lines or poles for a tight pitch.
7: Stake middle tie outs last. ONLY pull them out a little bit. It should not change the tarp shape any.

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