I could not be more pleased. Even during the pandemic the service was top shelf! I will definitely be purchasing from Ripstop again!
I purchased this as the pack cover. It's a great material. The instruction was good enough to create. Also, the support by the store was very good. Thank you so much.
Ive used plain sylpoly with good success for tarps and tent ground sheets- easy to sew, light weight. Sylpoly is too slippery for tent floors- RBTR and Thermarest do not have solutions for this. The hexcam ('wasteland' and '5-echo") 1.1 sylpoly have a matt finish, both sides, and a soft hand feel. It has a similar sound to other thin nylons when I run my fingernails across it. It is quieter after it has been in the freezer overnight. Enough light penetrates the fabric that you could use it as a tarp. I like reptiles, and these colour patterns are attractive. The browns and yellows in the stupidly-named "wasteland" would be fine camoflage in the yellow-orange-browns in the fall in the northern alpine and tundra landscapes I spend time in. The medium greens of the "5 echo" pattern are too bright a green (think Irish) for the light green and greys of the summer in these habitats. I'd use the former for a tarp, tarp tent top, light duty non-breathable rain wear, or pack cover, especially if it was on sale. Keep up the good work on these new colour patterns and the extra wide fabrics!
I haven't started my project yet but this pattern is going to be great for my poncho/shelter I plan on using it for.