Turquoise 420 Denier Coated Pack Cloth
- Product ID: PCITUR PCITUR
- Content: 100% Nylon
- Width: 59/60"
- Country of Origin: Taiwan
- Finish: 0.63 Oz Per Square Yard Urethane Coating
Construction: 60 x 38
Melting Point: 410 Degrees
Softening Point: 356 Degrees
Weight: 5.6 Oz Per Square Yard
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- Care: Dry Clean Only
Maximum Continuous Length: Approximately 70 Yards,
when ordering more than 70 Yards please note it may come in more than one piece.
For more information, see our Nylon Fabric Product Guide.
Turquoise 420 Denier Coated Pack Cloth is coated in urethane, which repels water. It has a gentle sheen and a subtle texture, and it can take a lot of wear and tear. As the name suggests, pack cloth is a fantastic choice for packs and bags of all sorts. Take it with you to the beach as a beach bag liner, or transform it into a stylish lunch tote or diaper bag. Or it can be used for stuff sacks, backpacks, and duffel bags. The heavy 420 denier weight affords strength, but the fabric only has a slight stiffness, so it's still easy to work with.
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Why did you choose this?
strong enough for tent making?
BEST ANSWER: You should be able to make a tent with this! We recommend ordering a sample to be sure that it will work for your project.
Can you use for rain hats and for cold weather?
BEST ANSWER: It's pretty stiff but yes, you can use it for rain hats and cold weather.
Is this fabric breathable?
BEST ANSWER: Not particularly. It is a great fabric for bags and covers that need to be waterproof. We recommend ordering a sample to be sure that it will work for your project.
Can a design be applied to this fabric?
BEST ANSWER: I would not iron a pattern on to it as it's nylon urethane coated and it would melt. Certainly you could sew an applique to it.
I'm looking for wind suit material?
BEST ANSWER: I have used this and a friend has made several dog coats. I’m presently working on liter weight ones for spring. It may be a bit stiff at first for a jacket, but great wind proof. I may try a jacket and pants for agility!