Woodland Camo 70 Denier Nylon Ripstop Fabric
- Product ID: RIPIWOO
- Content: 100% Nylon
- Width: 58/60"
- Country of Origin: Taiwan
- Finish: Urethane Coating with UV Inhibitors
Weight: 2.5 Oz Per Square Yard
WARNING: View Prop. 65 info
- Features: Waterproof & Water Repellent
- Care: Cold water wash, line dry or tumble dry low. May be dry-cleaned, no trichloroethylene.
- Please Note: This product is not made for long term outdoor use, Not FAA approved for hot air balloons
Maximum Continuous Length: Approximately 100 Yards,
when ordering more than 100 Yards please note it may come in more than one piece.
Nylon and polyester dyestuffs have a tendency to migrate from dark to light shades during washing or dry cleaning, we cannot guarantee that color transfer will not occur. Designed to be lightweight and super tough, Woodland Camo 70 Denier Nylon Ripstop is fantastic for kite sails and tent material, or even for outdoor apparel, like pants. It's water resistant and stain resistant. It will take a good deal to tear it, and if a tear occurs, it won't spread. The crosshatched design of the fabric is what makes this possible. Splotches of hunter, green, chocolate brown, and black converge across the surface of the fabric, creating a classic camo look. Blend into the trees, or stand out in the crowd. Whatever you've got in mind, this camo nylon ripstop is great!
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Why did you choose this?
will this work for making ground blinds for hunting and is the fabric heavy duty and lightweight?
BEST ANSWER: It is a standard ripstop fabric, so it isn't necessarily as heavy duty as a thicker nylon fabric would be.
How many yards should I need for medium size coat?
BEST ANSWER: Depending on the exact dimensions and number of pattern pieces, you may need 2 or 3 yards. We suggest taking some measurements or referring back to a pattern to determine the right quantity for your project.
Would this fabric be good for board shorts?