The Inland Plastics canvas truck tarp is constructed out of water proof canvas. It's designed to be used in the back of trucks, but it is also suitable for general use outside of vehicles. It features double-filled canvas for extra strength and reinforced 3-layer gussets for added protection against ripping and torn eyelets, making this a durable tarp that you can use for years to come.
Utility tarps from Inland Plastics are the most cost-effective way to protect your gear from the weather. This model is water proof and mildew resistant, and it works great for camping, rain cover, wood piles, vehicles, farm equipment, or just about any temporary application. It's reversible, making for easier set up and take down, and it features a roped hem for added durability.
This Inland Plastics farm truck tarp provides durable protection for your cargo. Unlike canvas tarps, this poly fabric tarp doesn't absorb water, which better protects your valuables and also prevents the tarp from gaining weight while in use. It's reinforced around the perimeter to provide extra protection against abrasion, and the reinforced grommets prevent tearing and pulled out eyelets.
Inland Plastics tarps are the most cost-effective way to protect your valuables against the weather. Waterproof and mildew resistant, this heavy-duty model is perfect for camping, rain cover, wood piles or any temporary application. It's twice the weight and strength of regular tarps, and it comes with heavy duty reinforced grommets for tie down purposes as well as reinforced hems for added durability.
When you’re finished haying, turn to Inland Plastic hay tarps to cover your bales. This hay cover will allow you to save additional hay and prevent nutrient loss, in some cases paying for itself within a year. It’s constructed out of a high strength, coated woven fabric with heat-sealed seams for flexibility and wind resistance. It’s silver on the outside to reflect light and black on the inside to prevent greenhousing. The eyelets and webbing are set into 4 layers of fabric, offering about 500 pounds of pulling strength, making for plenty of durability.
Solid hay tarps, like this one from Inland Plastics, will often pay for themselves in the first year of use. Covering your bales with tarps allows you to preserve additional hay and prevent nutrient loss. Constructed out of a high strength, coated woven fabric, this tarp offers plenty of durability thanks to features like heat-sealed seams for better flexibility and wind resistance. It’s silver on the outside to reflect light and black on the inside to prevent greenhousing. The eyelets and webbing are set into 4 layers of fabric, offering about 500 pounds of pulling strength.