Stretching a rain canopy or pitching a tarp shelter? You might need some extra cord. But how much and in what increments will vary. Sectional cords are the elegant solution. Cord sections have a small hook and loop and snap together end-to-end. Combine and disassemble sections of cord in seconds to make guyline extensions of desired length. No long leftovers. No cutting. No knots. Hook one section around a tree, add more sections as needed, and snap onto a guyline. Then fine-tune length and tension using the line tensioner on your tarp. Fast and simple. It will change your tarp game forever! Unused sections can be utilized for other purposes around camp.
The 40 ft kit includes four 5 ft sections and two 10 ft sections. Sections are of fixed length, but cord length and tension can be adjusted using the line tensioners installed on your tarp.
Using your own tarp or tent without built-in line tensioners? Want to quickly rig a clothes line? Need to secure some gear in place? No problem. Adjustable sectional cords snap together AND the cord length and tension are then fully adjustable. 15 ft cord sections come with an easy-to-use length/tension adjuster. Simply pull the end of the cord to the desired length and it will remain so. Make any length of cord from just a few inches long and put some tension on it too. No tricky connectors and no fine motor skills required. You can work it in seconds while wearing your winter mitts. (Note: the 15 adjustable cord is NOT included in the 40 ft kit.)
Made with super durable, low-stretch, weather resistant cord. Read about our choice of outdoor cord here.
No nonsense pricing: While it is a pretty nifty and useful concept; sectional cord is not exactly the engineering marvel of the century. So we offer you this convenient alternative at essentially bulk cord prices; plus several dollars for plastic connectors assembly. We are sure that this product will give you a better overall experience when used with our tarps and shelters, so we hope you’ll give it a try.
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