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Xenon Sil 5300

$6.00

Xenon Sil 5300 a highly waterproof poly sil fabric. It is a low stretch fabric and has at least 5300 mm head pressure and is an excellent material for tarps, tents or any place a very high waterproof fabric is needed. Xenon is 58 in wide usable.

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Xenon Sil 5300 a highly waterproof poly sil fabric. It is a low stretch fabric and has at least 5300 mm head pressure and is an excellent material for tarps, tents or any place a very high waterproof fabric is needed. Xenon is 58 in wide usable.

Specs Fabric / Thread
  • Material – Polyester
  • Width 58 Usable
  • Weight per sq yard 1.35 oz / 38.27 g
  • Denier 20
  • Coating Siliconized
  • Finish na
  • Common uses Tarps, Tents, & Bivys, Stuff sacks
  • Black / 000
  • Brilliant Blue / 315
  • Dark Olive / 3644
  • Poppy Red / 16

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Weight 63.01 g
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SKU HAO019

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  1. Question

    Rory Lee

    By low stretch, do you mean the fabric is Polyester?

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    nhblankenship

    Does this have a rip stop grid, or is it a membrane?

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    • DutchWare Gear

      Admin DutchWare Gear

      It is taffeta material, “membrane” is a brand name.

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    k2kobra

    Does this fabric have a ripstop grid? Is it PU or sil coated (on one or both sides)? Is it polyester?

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    • Carolyn

      Admin Carolyn

      No it does not have ripstop in it and the coating is siliconized.

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