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ARGON 90

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ARGON Fabric is specially made for us as the cutting edge ultimate nylon quilt material. It resists wind and sheds water enough to be the outer shell of a quilt, yet it is breathable enough to be used as the inner shell. It has a very tight weave, has a top of the line DWR finish, is calendared and completely downproof. ARGON CS90 is 15 denier for added durability and is extremely tough.

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ARGON Fabric is specially made for us as the cutting edge ultimate nylon quilt material. It resists wind and sheds water enough to be the outer shell of a quilt, yet it is breathable enough to be used as the inner shell. It has a very tight weave, has a top of the line DWR finish, is calendared and completely downproof. ARGON CS90 is 15 denier for added durability and is extremely tough. It still comes in just under an ounce per sq yard and has a double rip stop grid. Currently ARGON 90 is sold by the Linear yard. 58 inches wide, 57 usable.\

Specs Fabric / Thread
  • Width58″, 57 usable
  • Weight per yard 1.45
  • Weight per sq yard 0.9
  • Denier 15
  • Coating DWR
  • Finish Calendared
  • Common uses Quilts and Sleeping Bags
Red / 221
Deep Purple / 3529
Dark Olive / 676
BlazeYellow / 417
Black / 000
Victoria Blue / 315
Coyote Brown / 672
Charcoal Grey / 701
Titanium Grey / 7568

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Weight 43 g
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SKU HAO002

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  1. One person found this helpful
    Justin

    5 out of 5

    Justin

    Top notch stuff.Top notch stuff. I bought several yards to stock up for a winter quilt build. Intending to buy a few more, than the insulation, etc…. Well, I have to start over because this stuff felt so amazing and was so tough, I went about building stuff sacks for every singe piece of hunting, hammocking, and fishing gear I own that needed compact storage and, organization while being stored or packed for use. Every single piece. I love this stuff.

    It will be the shell material in every top and under quilt I ever build. It makes DANDY stuff sacks too. It stretches just enough to make getting your gear in there but, strong enough to not rip while doing so.

    Give it a try for any shell material on your builds. You’ll love it. God Bless

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  2. George of the forest

    5 out of 5

    George of the forest

    I got this for the outer layer of my underquilt

    I got this for the outer layer of my underquilt. The quality is pretty great. There are a few spots where my 900 fp down (also aquired from Dutch) is poking through after a few dozen uses, but nothing too bad. The lighter weight Argon (the inside layer of my underquilt) hasn’t had any down poke through yet.

    The material sheds water drops pretty well, blocks the wind reletively decently, the comfort of the argon with the down is amazing, and it all compresses down and fluffs back up very nicely. It also seems almost weightless when you hold it.
    I have plans of making a top quilt out of the same material eventually (inside, and out) to reduce the bulk & weight of my sleeping bag. I’ve been very pleased so far.

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  3. Sara Musseid

    5 out of 5

    Sara Musseid

    Purchased the Woodland Camo and black to make a full length UQ for my spouse.

    Purchased the Woodland Camo and black to make a full length UQ for my spouse. He loved it. Silky touch yet seems very durable. We live in the damp Pacific NW and often camp at the coast, so we are no strangers to rain and wind during out outdoor adventures. This fabric has done an excellent job at repelling moisture and preventing feathers from escaping. Highly recommend.

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  4. Maria Champion

    5 out of 5

    Maria Champion

    Bought this after reading the following post

    Bought this after reading the following post
    https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/showthread.php/98451-Argon-90-or-Argon-67
    To complement the Argon 67 for a couple of quilts
    Real glad I did Amazing material. and such speedy delivery to UK over the holiday period
    Order placed late 23rd Dec
    Arrived 9am 2nd Jan
    Easy to see why the Seller is held in such high regard among the Hammock Community
    Many thanks for supplying

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  5. Rick

    5 out of 5

    Rick

    I made an underquilt with Argon 90 and this stuff is amazing.

    I made an underquilt with Argon 90 and this stuff is amazing. I used it every single day for 5 months on my Appalachian Trail thru hike. It does not leak down at all and its really tough. Even when conditions were wet and humid my down was fine. I highly recommend Argon for any down projects.

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  6. Question

    Michael (verified owner)

    Can you buy 2 1/2 yards ?

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Admin Carolyn Palmer

      The fabric is sold by the yard so you will need to purchase 3yrds.

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  7. Question

    Aaron

    How many yards will I need to buy to make a 78″ long UQ rated for 20 deg?

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  8. Question

    bruce.clifford (verified owner)

    Making a quilt. Which side is DWR? I’m thinking the shiny side goes out and the dull side is in against the down. It’s better to ask and not assume. Thanks

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    • Alex Thomas

      Admin Alex Thomas

      You should want the shiny side inside the quilt and dull side against your skin.

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