1.6 oz Silpoly PU4000 - Woodland Camo - Ripstop by the Roll
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1.6 oz Silpoly PU4000 - Woodland Camo

$5.75 /yd 

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  • This is the high water-resistance version of our 1.6 oz Silpoly line of coated materials in Woodland Camo print. This fabric is coated with a silicone/PU layer on one side, then a multi-pass PU coating on the other to create a highly waterproof/non-breathable fabric.

    Same silpoly benefits of   lower water absorptionand   increased UV resistance, but in a much  higher waterproof rating. The PU4000 also has less bias stretch, making it easier to sew.

    In general, 1.6 oz Silpoly offers higher strength, lower bias stretch, and better puncture/abrasion resistance than our lightweight 1.1 oz Silpoly and ultralight Membrane Silpoly. Best used when you prefer a more robust material over the absolute lightest weight. 

    Great for projects such as tent/shelter floors, ground sheets, tarps, ponchos, gear sacks, pack covers, or any application where a  robust/durable waterproof/windproof fabric is needed.

    *Note - shiny side is PU4000 and dull is sil/PU. If seam sealing this fabric, you will need a sealant intended for PU coated materials (e.g. Seam Grip). 

    Want to quickly compare all our lightweight coated/non-breathable fabrics? Check out the "Fabric Comparison Guides" on our FAQ page.

  • Product Details
    Colors Woodland Camo
    Width ~58'' usable, selvedge trimmed
    Weight  1.6 oz/yd 2 (*~1.9 oz/yd 2 with sil/PU + PU4000 coating)
    Denier 40D x 40D 
    Finish/Coating Sil/PU mix one side, multi-pass PU4000 other side
    Hydrostatic Head (i.e. waterproof rating) ~4000 mm 

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Good material, great price.

Good material. I prefer the 1.1oz silpoly but this was perfect for making a matching, small, gear hammock and tarp. Also made a small ground sheet for under my main hammock. Easy to stitch and feels like a hardy material.

Hi Richard! Thanks for the comments. Hope you enjoy your gear.