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Xenon Sil .9

$6.50

Xenon Sil .9 is a newly developed fabric made especially for Make Your Gear. It is a low stretch fabric and has at least 1500 mm head pressure and is an excellent material for tarps, tents or any place a light weight waterproof fabric is needed.

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Xenon Sil .9 is a newly developed fabric made especially for DutchWare Gear. It is a low stretch fabric and has at least 1500 mm head pressure and is an excellent material for tarps, tents or any place a light weight waterproof fabric is needed. Xenon is 58 in wide usable.

Specs Fabric / Thread
  • Width 58 Usable
  • Weight per sq yard 0.93 oz / 26.36 g
  • Denier 15
  • Coating Siliconized
  • Finish na
  • Common uses Tarps, Tents, & Bivys, Stuff sacks
  • Black / 000
  • Coyote Brown / 672
  • Dark Olive / 3644

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Weight 44.59 g
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SKU HAO018

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  1. KeithMiller

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    Admin KeithMiller

    Does this fabric have a ripstop weave?

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    • admin

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      No, in order to achieve a high enough waterproof rating there is no ripstop. However Xenon 1.1 does have ripstop if that is needed on your project.

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  2. MathewSmith

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    Admin MathewSmith

    How opaque is the Xenon sil 0.9… could it be used as a rain skirt going comando w/o problems?
    I’m assuming black is the least see thru.

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      admin

      You cannot see through the fabric

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  3. Michael Pandolfo

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    Michael Pandolfo

    I’m looking for a ultra lightweight sil nylon for a DIY rain kilt. Would this be the best option?

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    • Alex Thomas

      Alex Thomas

      Our Xenon line of fabrics are polyester but this would work perfect for your kilt.

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  4. Joe Mikeska

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    Joe Mikeska

    Is Xenon fabric breathable? I’m looking for a fabric to make a vapor barrier sleep set from.

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    • DutchWare Gear

      DutchWare Gear

      I would go with the ARGON 90 or 67 as they are breathable and this is a waterproof fabric so it will not be.

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  5. lynnbuys

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    lynnbuys

    I’m a little confused about the units when ordering. I need a yard of xenon sil 0.9 to make a rain kilt (assuming that one yard of fabric will come in the 58″ width). Do I order 1 unit? Thanks!

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    • DutchWare Gear

      DutchWare Gear

      Yes one yard will be 58″ wide and one yard of fabric is what we use to make our rain skirts.

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  6. Steven Holdman

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    Steven Holdman

    Will dyneema tape stick to this material to repair small punctures or rips?

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    • DutchWare Gear

      DutchWare Gear

      No it will not stick to sil nylon.

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