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6.0 oz Flow Wicking Poly/Spandex - Prym1 Camo

$22.00 /yd

6.0 oz Flow Wicking Poly/Spandex - Prym1 Camo

$22.00 /yd

  • Lightweight wicking poly/spandex fabric in Prym1® camo print. 

    This fabric may be used for apparel that offers either a relaxed or snug fit, and it is a popular choice for tight-fitting compression tops for athletic, military and work wear apparel. Great option for ultralight backpack pockets and hiking accessories like gaiters, sweat bands etc.

    These attributes make this stretch fabric a common choice in applications including active uniform shirts, football and baseball workout gear, undergarments, swimwear, and rash-guards for surfing and other watersports.

  • Prym1 camo

    When hunting, we don't always stay put in front of a tree. More often than not, we're stalking our prey. This presents a problem if your camouflage is designed to only blend into a wooded terrain with tree and leaf elements. 

    Prym1® Camo is different. Professionally designed by wildlife artist and lifelong hunter Stacie Walker, Prym1® is built around a core idea of using organic shapes that mimic natural predators rather than trees and leaves.

    We all want to function with the efficiency and utility of a predator, whether we're hunting, fishing, or in a tactical environment. Prym1® makes that possible. 



  • Fabric Details
    Width 58'' (*56" guaranteed usable)
    Weight  ~6 oz/yd
    Denier TBD
    Weave Warp Knit
    Thread Count 84% Polyester - 16% Spandex
    Thickness TBD
    Print shrinkage (length) ~2-3%
    Print shrinkage (width) < 1%
    Finish/Coating Breathable with Moisture Wicking Finish
    Downproof N/A

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Good quality, Great color

This thicker syntheic performance material is thin enough to be perfect for athletic wear but thick enough to be durable and hide undergarments. The color and quality in the print is bright, sustains washes, and high contrast. I'll definitely order it again.

Billy Gray
First-time user, impressed

I used this material for a stretchy pocket on a daypack and was very impressed. The Prym1 pattern adds stunning visual interest and the fabric feels durable. I found that it sewed best as the bottom layer on the feed dogs when attaching it to the pack, otherwise it stretched on me. For the pocket hem I used folding elastic with a zigzag stitch so it wouldn't pop the stitches. Although the UPF or SPF is not specified, I also made a neck gaiter which seems promising, but I might need a serger for decent stitching and hems.