0.8 oz Dyneema® Composite Fabric CT2E.08 - Limited Run

$18.00 /half yd

0.8 oz Dyneema® Composite Fabric CT2E.08 - Limited Run

$18.00 /half yd

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  • NOTE - All 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

    LIMITED RUN - These variants are subject to availability and not regularly stocked items. 


    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 medium to light-duty stuff sacks.

    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
    Color Salmon, Sandcastle
    DSM product ID CT2E.08 BR11, CT2E.08 O8
    Width 54''  (137.2 cm)
    Weight  0.8 oz/yd 2   (22.7 grams)
    Finish/coating 100% Waterproof

Customer Reviews

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Rebekah
Surprisingly Light

I knew the 0.8 oz Dyneema was supposed to be very light, but once I had it in hand, I was still surprised by how light it actually was. I got the sandy/yellow color, which is a lot of fun. It is a little hard to cut through (because of the embedded Dyneema fibers—understandably), but manageable. It’s also waterproof except for where you poke holes with your needle. I’m using it as a ziplock bag replacement for organizing small gear and for stuff sacks. One thought of conjecture: Because it wrinkles so distincly, using it over time might cause a hole, but it also looks like it would take a long time. All and all I’m happy with my purchase.

Thanks for taking the time to leave us a review Rebekah! Dyneema can be harder to cut, but if you have sharp scissors it should be no problem! Also check out the 1' repair tape, that way you can seal your seams. It also help to repair if you do happen to get a hole in your Dyneema.

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HIROSHI ANDO
DCF 0.8oz/yd2 Salmon

This fabric I bought to make stuff sack and tarp made me very happy!

Thank you so much for taking the time to leave us a review Hiroshi! I bet a tarp in this limited release Salmon color turned out rad and we would love to see photos of your creations! Here is a link if you'd like to share any photos, https://forms.gle/Pjk8pYvEGKu4JGNL6