I’ve been using this material to make masks for ppl who have difficulty breathing they the more conventional materials. I use the monolith for the outer and inner potion. Then if the person chooses to insert a filter they can and it doesn’t impede their breathing & is very light. One comment someone said about the see through material...it allows others to see when you smile.
I’m using 1oz Monolite for stuff sack sets, and liners for a Cordura project. The material is very easy to work with, and is applicable to waterproof scenarios as well as situations (such as mine) where breathability is needed. With pleats, I think this would make a decent inner liner for a mask. I’d also like to point out that the charcoal gray is very close to black, and matches black Cordura better than the actual black. It also matches Multicam Black much better.
I used this fabric for the hammock's integrated bagnet and some staff sacks.
The sewing is very easy and it has the property of being harder to ventilate than noseeum, so it was comfortable to use in winter.
The robust duplication also worked well on staff sacks.
It is also good to see the contents.
It seems that there are more color variations than when I purchased it and I want to use different colors:)
I used it for backpack side pockets, and am glad I did!
My project is an insulated UL Go Pro cover/stuff sack. I ordered Monolite to use as an inside liner, to be pared with DCF 0.34 on the exterior with a middle layer of synthetic insulation. The Monolite has been a good match, I love it's strength to weight ratio. Although it can be a bit slippery to work with, the ripstop pattern is helpful in keeping everything aligned. I have found using pinking shears when cutting helps with keeping raw edges from fraying as much.