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, invoices, or wasted time. And did we mention wholesale pricing?
IMPORTANT - 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 1.1 oz Silnylon (125 yds). Looking for smaller amounts? Click HERE for sales by the yard.
Sil/PU (silicone/polyurethane) double coated 1.1 oz ripstop nylon (silnylon). This fabric is coated with a sil/PU layer on each side and is non-breathable. Lightweight and durable with some of the best waterproof/windproof performance on the market.
The silicone coating of this silnylon fabric makes it extremely strong for its weight (the silicone adds to the fabric's tear strength). Our silnylon is highly waterproof, but not breathable. Each side of the silnylon fabric can be exposed to the weather since it's coated on both sides and between the fibers.
Another bonus of silnylon is that its ripstop weave pattern means any small tears in your fabric will not expand or fray. This is done via the small reinforcement grids that are woven into silnylon fabric to prevent rips and runs.
This silnylon is a great fit for projects such as tarps, tents, ponchos, gear sacks, pack covers, or any application where waterproof/windproof fabric is needed.
NOTE - Colors with a reduced price of $4.75 /yd are being phased out of inventory . Once sold out, they will not be restocked .
Want to quickly compare all our lightweight coated/non-breathable fabrics? Check out the "Fabric Comparison Guides" on our FAQ page.
|Width ||~58'' usable |
|Weight ||1.1 oz/yd 2 (*1.24 oz/yd 2 with sil/PU coating)|
|Finish/Coating ||Sil/PU coated both sides (impregnated)|
|Hydrostatic Head (i.e. waterproof rating) ||~1500 mm (~2000 mm for colors labeled with * above. Higher HH rollout to other colors will continue through Q2-Q4 2017) |