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1.0 oz MONOLITE™ Ripstop Nylon Mesh - Full Roll

$656.25

1.0 oz MONOLITE™ Ripstop Nylon Mesh - Full Roll

$656.25

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  • Placing a wholesale order shouldn't be hard, so we made it easy...

    For the first time, order full rolls of material straight through the site. No emails, phone calls, or wasted time. And did we mention wholesale pricing?

    IMPORTANT:

    1) Due to bulk size, exact shipping costs will be billed for all roll goods. Once your order is ready, we'll send you a link to pay for shipping.

    2) Discount codes are not allowed for any wholesale purchase. If you use a discount code, the portion applied to any wholesale line item will be added back to the shipping invoice we send you. 

    NOTE - This is a full roll of 1.0 oz MONOLITE Ripstop Nylon Mesh (125 yds). Looking for smaller amounts? Click HERE for sales by the yard. 


    We had all but given up on sub 1.0 oz woven fabrics. Then along came MONOLITE...

    Ultralight woven fabrics are great for quilts and garments. But durability can take a nosedive for stressing applications like hammocks and bags.

    MONOLITE was developed to combat this problem. Constructed with a unique monofilament yarn and mesh weave, this fabric has the best durability we've EVER seen for the weight - and by a wide margin.

    Used as a woven fabric, it's strong plus much more resistant to snagging and abrasion than fabrics of similar weight (e.g. 1.1 oz Ripstop Nylon).

    As a mesh, it blows away traditional options like our 0.9 oz Noseeum. It's stronger, way more durable, and insanely breathable with a CFM over 1000 (full data sheet here). 

    Whether used as a fabric or mesh, it's stiffer with more structure than your typical ultralight fabric. This makes it a lot easier to sew.

    Lastly, as part of our larger green fabric initiative, 1.0 oz MONOLITE uses a more ECO friendly, C6 DWR (Durable Water Repellant). This gives the fabric water resistance while mitigating the environmental impact. If you're interested in reading more on topic of DWR, check out this article from Patagonia.com.

    Typical applications for MONOLITE include ultralight hammocks, bugnetting, tent screens, stuff sacks, lightweight bags, or garment lining material.

  • Product Details 
    Width ~63"
    Weight 1.0 oz/yd 2
    Denier 20D
    Finish/coating Breathable with C6 DWR
    Downproof

    No. For more in-depth product info check HERE to see our full product data sheet.

Customer Reviews

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Timothy Jones

1.0 oz MONOLITE™ Ripstop Nylon Mesh

Thanks for your review Timothy! Enjoy making with the 1.0 oz MONOLITE!

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Keaton
Ultralight Underquilt

This material is amazingly light and smooth to the touch. I made an ultralight underquilt for my hammock using Moroccan blue and white and I'd say it turned out amazing, not only in looks but in weight and feel. It is a bit slippery to sew with but this was my first MYOG project and I'm grateful that having no experience in sewing led to such a great product outcome. Thanks, RSBTR!

Thanks so much Keaton! To help with slippery fabrics, you can try and put a sheet of tissue paper or newspaper under the fabric to help create a little extra grip for the feed dogs. We'd love to see your UL UQ, be sure to tag us on social media!

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Great

Using for kensho 2, feels strong and more reliable than no seeum

Thanks so much for leaving us a review Matthew! We'd love to see pictures of your finished tent, be sure to tag us on instagram!

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Quinn McGuire
Ultralight hammock

This was perfect for my ultralight double layer hammock project and it has held up well to several trips!

We love to hear that Quinn! Thanks for leaving us a review and we are glad your UL hammock is holding up well. Happy Hangin'!

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Gregory Guillet
Mountain Chillbag refrigerator

I used some of the monolith to make a Chillbag to Chill our beverages in the mountain creek/lake ,
Short line to tie it off your all set
Excellent water flow
Just make one !
Gregory

That sounds like a project we have to see photos of! It also sounds like something we need to create ourselves! Here is a link if you'd like to share any photos

https://forms.gle/Pjk8pYvEGKu4JGNL6