X-Pac VX15 I Backpack Fabric by the Yard - Ripstop by the Roll

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X-Pac VX15

$12.50 /half yd
Burnt Orange
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No order minimum. Choose this option to send fabric cut and folded (like a blanket). See continuous cut policy for full details on max cut lengths.
  • X-Pac VX15 is  a custom laminate fabric from Dimension-Polyant, specifically designed for maximum performance, lighter weight, and seamless integration with our digital printing process.

    A solid middle ground with  double the abrasion resistance of VX07, but less weight than VX21.

    Highly durable fabric best used for lightweight yet super tough backpacks, bags, rain gear, pouches, packing pods, etc. 

    VX15 is a laminate fabric comprised of the following layers:

    -150D Polyester face

    black polyester X-Ply reinforcement threads at 22 degrees

    -0.25 mil PET film 

    -50D Poly Taffeta backing for abrasion resistance

    *Note that all X-Pac fabrics are   sold in 1/2 yd increments     to help reduce cost for smaller projects. Please enter a whole number of half yards in the box up top. For example, if you want 7 yds total, enter "14" in the half yard box.   

    Fabric Details
    Width 57'' 
    Weight  5.15 oz/yd
    Denier 150D Face, 50D Backing
    Weave Plain, Taffeta Backing
    Finish/Coating  0.25 mil Polyester Film 
    Hydrostatic Head (i.e. waterproof rating) > 10,400 mm

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Good material

I ordered to make my own gear, and could make some Sacoches, and Tote bag.
This material is gd, however I was concerned about the crease folded.

Hi DY. Thanks for the review. The folds in the material are unavoidable unless we ship on a roll, but they shouldn't effect the strength of the material.
Balance between weight and durability

The VX15 stands in between 70D and 210D, and is therefore well balanced material in terms of lightweight and durability. Also, the balance means the ratio of the regular fabrics (e.g. 150D) to the PET film, as I do not like VX21 or above where I think the fabric is unable to "merge" with the plastic perfectly.