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Xenon Sil Wide

$9.00

Xenon Wide is a newly developed fabric and coming in at 74  inches (73 inches usable) wide this is the first wide, waterproof polyester fabric made. It is a low stretch fabric with a ripstop grid, 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 Wide is a newly developed fabric and coming in at 74 inches (73  inches usable) wide this is the first wide, waterproof polyester fabric made. It is a low stretch fabric with a ripstop grid, 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. We also have an excellent range of colors to choose from.

Seam Grip is the recommended seam sealer for this fabric.

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

Specs Fabric / Thread
  • Fabric Width: 74-57″
  • Weight per sq yard 1.3-1.4 ounces
  • Denier 20D
  • Coating Silicone/PU
  • Common uses Tarps, Tents, & Bivys, Stuff sacks
  • Black / 000
  • Orange / 982
  • Dark Olive / 3644
  • Charcoal Grey / 701
  • Coyote Brown / 672
  • Forest Green / 555

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Weight 76.61 g
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SKU MUR002

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  1. Question

    Admin ClarrieHall

    Silly question: Is there a right way up for this fabric?

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    • admin

      Not so much a write or wrong side but they are a little different. One has a light PU coating. So preferably, if you are using two panels, try to use the same outside. It is more for looks though then function.

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  2. Hangman

    5 out of 5

    Hangman (verified owner)

    Good stuff

    Fairly easy to work with, gots stuff.

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  3. Question

    Admin ericcota

    Is this a sil poly

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    • admin

      Yes it is.

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  4. Matthew L.

    5 out of 5

    Matthew L. (verified owner)

    Great fabric, better price

    I got this fabric at $5 a yard and made 3 x 12ft winter tarps with doors for my brothers and I to each have one. Here’s the special part. I spent a little more than $60 on 3 winter tarps. Think about that for a moment, realize this is wider than normal fabric, (and thus more tarp), and then buy this fabric!

    There is just so much room and I don’t have to hunch over and crab walk to my hammock anymore. All thanks to the extra width this fabric has.

    Fabric isn’t too difficult to work with (just take your time). This is lower stretch fabric and I skipped cat cuts. This made it very simple to just measure, mark and cut straight lines. Of course, your mileage may vary.

    Cost break down:

    – Fabric: (I bought two colors and have extra of each) = $145
    *20 Yd: $100
    *9 Yd: $45
    – 300D Pack Material (Half Yard): $4
    – 3/4 Inch Beastee Dee Rings: 30 (10 per tarp) = $7.50
    – Gutermann Thread: 2 x spools = $7.20
    – Mitten hooks (Single): 12 (4 per tarp on doors): $2.40
    – 3/32 Shock Cord (25 Feet): $4.25

    Not acquired from dutch:
    – 3/4 Inch Grosgrain 50yd spool on amazon = $10

    Total Price: $180.35 (~ $60.12 per tarp!!!)

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  5. Question

    nordish-guy

    You wrote one side is PU coated. If the other side is Sil-coated I need two different seam sealer, needn’t I? Seam Grip and Sil-Net? How can I recognize which side is PU and which is silicon for using the right seam sealer?

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    • Carolyn Palmer

      Admin Carolyn Palmer

      It will only have to coincide with the side you are seam sealing.

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  6. Question

    Empty Empty (verified owner)

    Is this product sold by the yard or foot?

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    • DutchWare Gear

      Admin DutchWare Gear

      It is sold by the yard

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