1.9 oz PU Coated Ripstop Nylon - A-TACS AU - Ripstop by the Roll
0

Your Cart is Empty

Ripstop by the Roll

1.9 oz PU coated ripstop nylon - A-TACS AU

$9.95 /yd
Which should I pick and why?
No order minimum. Choose this option to send fabric cut and folded (like a blanket). See continuous cut policy for full details on max cut lengths.

90 yards in stock

90
  • PU coated 1.9 oz ripstop nylon in A-TACS AU® (arid/urban) camo pattern. This fabric has a PU coated back with DWR face finish and is non-breathable/waterproof. Typically applications include tarps, ponchos, tents, or any application where a relatively lightweight, durable waterproof fabric is desired.  

    What is A-TACS®camo? 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.

  • Product Details
    Color A-TACS AU
    Panton ref # N/A
    Width 60'' 
    Weight  1.9 oz/yd 2 (*Finished weight around 2.25 oz/yd 2)
    Denier 70D
    Finish/Coating PU coated back with DWR front (waterproof)
  • Looking for ideas and inspiration? Check out these awesome related projects submitted by the DIY tribe.

    *Insert related projects*
  • sample-redirect

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
67%
(2)
0%
(0)
33%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
J
J.S.
great stuff

Exactly what I ordered. Good quality and fast delivery.

S
S.S.
Not the texture I expected

The texture is quite a bit more stiff, not flowing like Silnylon, or regular nylon for hammocks. Have not made a stuff sack for it yet, probably will make snake skins instead- easier to roll than stuff. Not sure what to seam sealant to use. Certainly seems tough enough.

B
B.H.
stiff

I only have one complaint with my purchase from ripstop.com

The ATACS PU is finished quite stiff. What are you making with it Brent?