User guide



  • Choose a safe location and spread the tarpaulin.
  • Adding an insulating mattress and an empty backpack will ensure more comfort for the victim;
  • Skis can be put inside for added rigidity but are not necessary and may damage the ultralight tarpaulin.

Tip: protect the squares well with the climbing skins.

  • Place the victim in the middle of the tarpaulin and close it using the Velcro while leaving space for the head;
  • Tie up like a shoe, starting from the bottom, the red rope in the small red ribbon eyelets. See illustration;
  • Tip: It is also possible to use ski straps from 64 cm to 90 cm to secure the victim and close the cover;
  • Cut the 4mm rope into several sections according to the needs of the evacuation; Install the traction system by passing a section of the 4mm rope through the two front yellow strap loops;
  • Install the rear stabilization system by passing a second section of the 4mm rope through the two rear yellow strap loops; If you must cross, install the lateral balance system as shown opposite.
  • The tarpaulin also serves as an emergency bivouac or survival blanket thanks to its Velcro closure.


DURING AN EVACUATION IN EXTREME TERRAIN: INSURE the victim with appropriate equipment to restrain them in the event of a breakdown of the traction system. DO NOT use the red grommets or blue handles for traction.

THIS IS AN EMERGENCY TARP MADE OF FABRIC. Using it on abrasive surfaces, rocks or branches can damage the fabric and even tear it.