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210D HDPE Gridstop - Full Roll


Burnt Orange
Charcoal Gray
Dark Olive
Moroccan Blue

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    NOTE - This is a full roll of 210D HDPE Gridstop (54.5 yds). Looking for smaller amounts? Click HERE for sales by the yard. 

    210D HDPE Gridstop.  This popular backpack material is made stronger and more abrasion resistant by an HDPE fiber reinforcement grid on top of the base ripstop pattern. The HDPE grid also yields exceptional tear and tensile strength compared to comparable non-HDPE reinforced pack fabrics. This fabric is waterproof/non-breathable with a PU coating on the backside.

    This exact HDPE Gridstop is used by the best in the business and is a common material used in backpacks and other gear from some of the high-end cottage vendors. It has a base nylon fabric with 210 denier fibers with an HDPE content equaling 9% of total fabric weight.

    A 210 denier fabric is great for nearly everything you can throw at it, including extra hard use such as climbing, long distance hiking, or any application that will see a lot of wear and abrasion.

  • Product Details
    Color Black, Burnt Orange, Charcoal Gray, Dark Olive, White, Moroccan Blue
    Width 58"
    Weight 4.8 oz/yd 2 
    Denier 210D
    Finish/Coating PU coated back, DWR front - waterproof

Customer Reviews

Based on 45 reviews
Being honest

Love your products and absolutely love the fabric I ordered but the shipping was super slow this time and in today’s times, that’s a deal breaker. Shipping from Durham, NC to upstate South Carolina took 10 days. Sorry but just being honest.


Fast shipping, great prices and top notch material. I'll def do business with them again

My second pack in this stuff

I’m well into making my send pack in this stuff. The first has done about 2000km on my back and is holding up well however I can do some things better. Keeps my gear dry, so far no tears or other material problems with the first including use for a fair bit of off trail rainforest hiking.

Hi Bob, We love to hear long term reviews, and we're thrilled the 210D has gone for 2000km. Thanks for the review
Made a lightweight backpack

The ripstop with HDPE seems pretty sturdy. Scissors shy from the HDPE fibers.
The fabric is a little slippery to work with. The white grid makes it easy to sew and cut straight.
I made a bare-bones 30L backpack that weighs about 8 oz. total without the waist strap. I can stuff it in my luggage or full size backpack for day trips.
I was thinking of making a similar pack with kevlar or dyneema but this stuff may be sturdy enough.

Hi Bill, Thanks for the review! The 210 is a great material for packs!
Nice but seems pricey for what it is.

The material is nice, no doubt. Visually it's a cool material with the HDPE check and ripstop weave. The texture is smooth (almost waxy) with a good balance of stiffness and flexibility. But given the price per yard, I'd recommend going for a higher-tech material such as Dyneema or X-Pac. This is all "old tech" with 91% Nylon and 9% HDPE (not even UHMWPE/Dyneema).

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