0.51 oz Dyneema® Composite Fabric CT1E.08

$17.00 /half yd

0.51 oz Dyneema® Composite Fabric CT1E.08

$17.00 /half yd


    NOTEAll cut yardage of  Dyneema® Composite Fabric is sold by the half yard. For example, enter a quantity of "6" for a cut of 3 yards. 

    WHOLESALE - Looking to buy larger amounts with a discount? Click HERE for full roll sales. 

    0.51 oz/yd 2  Dyneema® Composite Fabric, (formerly Cuben Fiber). DCF is a patented, ultra-lightweight fabric made of flexible non-woven composite laminates which are reinforced with Dyneema® fibers. 

    This fabric is costly and for good reason. It's  15x stronger than steel and provides the highest tear and tensile strength of any competing fabric on a weight-by-weight and thickness bases. Use only for projects that demand high-performance and the absolute best in ultra-lightweight, waterproof fabric. 

    The 0.51 oz/yd 2 variant of DCF is best for ultralight tarps, tents, flys, and light duty stuff sacks. 

    B-Grade - This yardage has been screened out during QC for minor cosmetic blemishes such as discoloration, etc. All B-Grade material is completely functional. Note that this yardage is subject to availability and not a regularly stocked item. 

    Dyneema® is a trademark of DSM. Use of these trademarks requires approval from DSM. 

    Want samples of all our DCF materials? Click HERE. DCF sample pack

  • Product Details
    Colors Gray (Natural), Blue (BL3), Olive Green (OD2)
    DSM Product ID CT1E.08
    Width 54''   (137.1 cm)
    Weight  0.51 oz/yd 2    (14.4 grams)
    Finish/Coating 100% Waterproof

Customer Reviews

Based on 88 reviews
Fred Austin
0.5 oz/yd Dyneema

Excellent material at reasonable price.

Georgi Maximov

0.51 oz Dyneema® Composite Fabric CT1E.08 - Full Rolls

Thanks so much for taking the time to leave us a review Georgi! Happy Making!

Jamie Tackman
.51 Dyneema

Made a tarp, haven’t used it yet. Went together just fine, a few little quirks cutting, YouTube knows. Cost is way too much, definitely an extravagant expenditure to take a pound out of my pack, maybe I should just stay in better shape so I don’t notice a pound on my back. Timely service.

Dyneema is costly but for a good reason, not only is it lighter but it will be stronger than any other tarp material you could use. 15x stronger than steel in fact! I'm sure you tarp will last you for years to come!

John Newton
Pack Liner

I just finished my new backpack liner. It turned out great! Now I don’t have to worry about any of my gear getting wet.

Thanks for your review John! That is an awesome project for a backpack liner and will last years longer than any plastic trash bag. We know this DIY piece will last you for many backpacking trips to come!

jeffery w Fox
Awesome fabrics

These were exactly what I wanted. Now just have to learn to sew and it will be endless possibilities with buying fabric and making my own gear.

Thanks so much for the review Jeffrey! Making your own gear is surely addicting. Let us know if you have any questions, we're here to help!

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