1.43 oz Dyneema® Composite Fabric CT5K.18
Thanks for your review Dominic! Let us know if you have any questions about future projects, we're here to help!
used 1.43 for a tough, durable no sew footprint. used double side dyneema tape to double over fabric and then sealed this with 1 inch dyneema tape. probably a bit overkill but it's waterproof and so far (12 nights on trail) no problems.
Thanks for the review Alan! Better safe than sorry! Happy Camping!
Just love this fabric . Perfect for dry bags, I have made food bags and sleeping bags dry bags from it and now a electronic dry bag .
Thanks Darren! The 1.43 oz Dyneema is great for so many DIY projects. It sounds like you're knocking out some great things. We'd love to see, be sure to tag us on social media!
Used it to make a bear bag kit to match a popular brand...only I was looking to make it larger to carry a few extra days worth of food...plus dog food for my hiking bud.(my lab...not the guy next door!)
Thanks so much for your review Lou! Making your own bear bag is an easy project and a great thing to make exactly your own. We'd love to see photos of your bear bag, be sure to tag us on social media!
This is a "hardy" version of DCF. My tent storage bag was a thinner version, a very tight fit, and well abraded/torn/patched over the last few years of use (unfortunately the tent is often on the outside of my pack in the winter). I was able to easily create a stronger, slightly larger version of bag with left over fabric for a little ditty bag. Now it is not a struggle to get the tent in the bag! My result was not perfect, but I am learning as I use this fabric for little projects.
Thanks for your review Ellie! That is an awesome project to make with the DCF bags, plus the tent sacks are always way too small. Happy Hiking!