3.6 ounce/sq yard Climashield® APEX

$9.00

Climashield® APEX reaches new heights in combinations of weight and thermal efficiency. Developed from a culmination of over 25 years of manufacturing experience, this innovative insulation is the lightest weight and most thermally efficient continuous filament insulation on the market today.

*Please note* Large order quantities may incur additional shipping charges. 2 day and overnight shipping options may also incur additional shipping charges. We will contact you via email if additional shipping charges are needed. 

98 in stock

weight: 171.88 g

Description

Climashield® APEX reaches new heights in combinations of weight and thermal efficiency. Developed from a culmination of over 25 years of manufacturing experience, this innovative insulation is the lightest weight and most thermally efficient continuous filament insulation on the market today. This is perfect for making quilts and insulated clothes. We offer Climashield® APEX 3.6 ounce/sq yard at 60-inches wide, sold by the yard, and of course Made in the USA.

Sold per linear yard. Need a continuous piece of fabric longer than 10 yards? Please contact us directly at: [email protected]

*All Specs are estimates and may vary from color to color and batch to batch.

Specs:

Thickness (loft): Approximately 1/2-inch

Width: 60-inches

Weight: 3.6 Ounces per square yard

Additional information

Weight 171.88 g
Dimensions 1 × 1 × 1 in
SKU HAR001.2

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  1. Question

    jansongroup

    Do two quilts of equal dimensions, one filled with Apex the other with Down, stuff and compress the same?

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    • DutchWare Gear

      DutchWare Gear

      No, Synthetics do not compress as much as down.

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  2. Question

    Jill Heade

    If I were to make a blanket/quilt out of the 3.6, what sort of temperature range do you think it would be effective for?

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      Carolyn

      Carolyn

      about 40º

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