1.1 oz Silpoly - A-TACs iX Camo

$15.50 /yd

1.1 oz Silpoly - A-TACs iX Camo

$15.50 /yd

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  • The 2nd generation of our silicone double coated 1.1 oz polyester ripstop (silpoly) in A-TACS® iX camo. This fabric is coated with a silicone/PU layer on each side and is waterproof/non-breathable.

    In addition to excellent waterproof/windproof characteristics, Silpoly offers lower water absorption and increased UV resistance compared to Silnylon. Particularly useful in outdoor applications to minimize sag/stretch when wet and color fade over time.

    Great for projects such as tarps, tents, ponchos, gear sacks, pack covers, or any application where durable waterproof/windproof fabric is needed.

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

  • A-TACS® camo patterns are quickly becoming the go-to concealment technology with various tactical professionals, law enforcement, and special operations personnel around the globe.

    Each A-TACS® camo pattern is designed to perform optimally in a certain climatic zone while utilizing both micro and macro patterns to conceal the user both up-close and at a distance. Read more about the A-TACS® camo patterns HERE.

    A-TACS iX camo in the field

  • Product Details
    Brand A-TACS® camo  
    Pattern iX 
    Base Repeat 60" x 25"
    Width ~58'' usable , selvedge removed
    Weight  1.1 oz/yd 2  (*~1.24 oz/yd 2  with sil/PU coating)
    Denier 20D x 20D
    Finish/Coating Silicone impregnated (coated both sides)
    Hydrostatic Head (i.e. waterproof rating) ~2000 mm

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Mr Capewell
Colour difference between MTN and Silpoly

I’ve been making a few lightweight shelters for a client. Originally, I got some Dark Olive MTN which worked very well and my client was sold on the colour and function of the material. As luck would have it, when I wanted to buy more it was out of stock. Easy decision, switch to the Silpoly. If only the 2 materials were colour matched (Im sure this will spark the answer why in the reply). Anyway, tip for new players, colours across the materials are NOT the same so it would pay to get a sample pack first.

Long story short. The MTN for a Tarp is great (not great to sew as its a slippery mother) and the Silpoly is a very good alternative. If was up to me to buy again I’d wait for the MTN to be in stock.

HI Mr Capewell. We try to get colors as close as we can, but differences in materials, finishes, and coatings do make it difficult. As you mentioned, samples are always suggested. Thanks for the review