Flat Groundsheet

10 reviews
$99.00 Weight 3.1 oz / 88.0 g


Lead Time Ships in 1 to 3 Days

Your tent protects you every step of the way, from harsh rainy nights to dew dropped mornings. Shield your tent floor from unnecessary wear and tear, and add longevity with a flat groundsheet.

Our tent floors are reasonably durable as-is but an extra layer doesn’t hurt for peace of mind.

This is also available as Poncho which also doubles as a pack cover.

Use our Groundsheet Attachment Kit to connect it to our Hexamid Pocket Tarp with Doors or other tarps.

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  • Constructed from 1.0 oz/sqyd Dyneema® Composite Fabric. The material is waterproof, and and has good abrasion and puncture resistance for its weight.

  • The perimeter has hemmed edges, and there are reinforced stake loops at the corners and at the center of the sides.

  • The dimensions of the flat groundsheets are a couple inches narrower and shorter than the tent floor that it fits to avoid rain water pooling on the groundsheet.

  • Bathtub style groundsheets for use under flat tarps are available here.

  • All Zpacks gear has a two year limited warranty against defects in materials or workmanship. Please see our return / warranty policy.

  • Made in the USA.

Plexamid Size - $85

26" ends x 36" center x 88" long / (66 cm x 91 cm x 223 cm) - 2.4 oz (67 grams)

Altaplex Size - $85

34" x 87" (86 cm x 221 cm) / 2.6 oz (74 grams)

Duplex Size - $99

43" x 88" (109 cm x 223 cm) / 3.1 oz (88 grams)

Free Duo Size - $99

40" x 82" (102 cm x 208 cm) / 2.8 oz (80 grams)

Triplex Size - $120

58" x 88" (147 cm x 223 cm) / 4.3 oz (121 grams)

1.0 oz/sqyd Dyneema® Composite Fabric

Dyneema® Composite Fabric is composed of high strength Dyneema® fiber laminated inside a polyester membrane. It is inherently waterproof and does not require any coatings or DWR treatment. Dyneema® Composite Fabric has very high tensile strength for its weight and does not stretch.

1 oz/sqyd Dyneema® Composite Fabric has a thicker membrane giving it more abrasion resistance. We use it for dry bags, tent floors, and groundsheets.


Tensile Strength:
 104 lb/in (911 N/5cm)

Puncture Strength: 3.5 lb (15.5 N)

Water Resistance: 20,000 mmH₂O

Made in the USA.
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03/10/2020
Tod R.
United States United States
Very light weight and durable tarp!

I bought this ground tarp to go with my duplex tent. The tent does not need a ground sheet but this gives me peace of mind when setting it up on really rough surfaces. And I also plan to use this for cowboy camping. I will set up my tent and if the scenery, weather, etc... is good for sleeping outside the then I have the awesome tarp. Seems like every backpacking trip I wished I had a tarp but never bring one because of the weight. There are much less expensive options but they are also much heavier and less effective. I highly recommend this tarp if you think you may need one but don't want the added weight.

CE
03/10/2020
Clyde E.
United States United States
Duplex ground cloth

Amazing, smaller and lighter than tyvek by a long shot! And for an old geezer that counts alot!

RP
02/12/2020
Randolph P.
United States United States
Groundsheet Review

Outstanding groundsheet, tough, super light, folds down to almost nothing in your pack. I highly recommend.

MB
01/10/2020
Matt B.
Australia Australia
Great Quality

What can you say about a groundsheet apart from it being great quality and super light as you’d expect from Zpacks. Highly recommended

RE
12/16/2019
Richard E.
United States United States
It Works!

I purchased this ground cloth to use beneath my ZPacks duplex tent. Although the write-up on the tent said it wasn’t required I thought for the minimal weight why not. I used both this last weekend on some pretty rugged West Texas ground and the combination seems to work very well especially when combined with the ZPacks trekking poles which came with tent.