0.8 oz Dyneema/Cuben Fiber Fabric | CT2E.08 - Ripstop by the Roll

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0.8 oz Dyneema Composite Fabric CT2E.08

$16.50 /half yd
Spruce Green
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  • NOTE  - All cut yardage of Dyneema® Composite Fabric is sold by the half yard. For example, enter qty "6" for a cut of 3 yds.

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    0.8 oz/yd 2  Dyneeema® 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 strong than steel  and provides the   highest tear and tensile strength  of any competing fabric on a weight-by-weight and thickness basis. Use only for projects that demand high-performance and the absolute best in ultra-lightweight, waterproof fabric.

    The   0.8 oz/yd 2  variant of DCF has twice the Dyneema® fiber content of the 0.51  oz/yd 2, which translates into significantly higher tensile and tear strength. Best used for ultralight tarps, tents, flys, and med-light duty stuff sacks.

    *Spruce Green color listed here is the exact same as the former 0.74 oz Cuben Fiber Spruce Green.

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

  • Product Details
    Color Gray (Natural), Spruce Green (G5), Black (BLK)
    DSM product ID CT2E.08
    Width 54''
    Weight  0.8 oz/yd 2 
    Finish/coating 100% Waterproof

Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews
Wish it was not so expensive

Great material to work with just wish it was not as expensive.


very nice

Great product, great people

The title makes it clear.


0.8 oz Dyneema Composite Fabric

Good material, but haven't used in the field yet

This is fairly lightweight and easy to work with. It's 30% lighter than the 1.1 material Hyperlite uses for their dry stuffsacks, but I was easily able to produce (relatively) air tight sacks from this .8 material. It'll be interesting to see how they stand up to field usage, though.

Hi Christian, We'd love to hear your thoughts on the material after some field use. Thanks for the review!
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