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We have many outdoor products available:
- High-quality ultrallight foam sleeping pads
- Cuben Fiber Fabric
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What You Are Getting:
This is a listing for 30D, Silicone-impregnated Ripstop Nylon (Silnylon), which is PERFECT for ultralight tents, rainflys, tarps, groundcloths, you name it. People are even making backpacks out of this fabric. The weight is 1.1 ounce/square yard before silicone treatment and 1.3+ ounces per square yard after treatment.
NOTE: This is being offered per foot not per yard. Fabric is usually sold per yard, but I am offering it per foot to give you more flexibility when ordering.
It is waterproof, and extremely light, This fabric is impregnated with silicone, not simply coated on one side. That means it has been completely soaked with silicone, which makes it the same on both sides. Silicone is very hydrophobic, so the water rolls right off. Coated fabrics generally soak up water on the uncoated side, which makes them much heavier to carry when wet. With silnylon, the water beads up and rolls off ... never soaks in.
I bought a large roll of this fabric, which I've measured at 65" wide. I don't need all of it, so I can cut a piece to any length you like. The price is $1.85 for each foot cut off the 65-inch roll.
Fabric Type: 30D ripstop nylon.
Weight: 1.1 oz/square yard before silicone treatment, 1.3+ oz/square yard after the silicone treatment.
Width: 65 inches (5 feet, 5 inches).
Length: Order any quantity of length you like (measured in feet).
Color: Medium Silver/Gray.
Terms Of Sale:
Price:$1.85 US dollars per foot from a 65" wide roll.
Shipping Charges:USA (First Class Mail): $2.00 for the first foot, plus $0.35 for each additional foot. See Shipping Details for more information.
USA (Priority Mail): $7.00 for the first foot, plus $0.35 for each additional foot. See shipping details for more information.
USA (Express Mail): $21.00 for the first foot, plus $0.35 for each additional foot. See shipping details for more information.
Canada & Mexico (First Class Mail): $5.00 for the first foot, plus $0.55 for each additional foot. See shipping details for more information.
Canada & Mexico (Priority Mail): $14.50 for the first foot, plus $0.65 for each additional foot. See shipping details for more information.
Other Countries (First Class Mail International): $7.00 for the first foot, plus $0.85 for each additional foot. See Shipping Details for more information.
Other Countries (Priority Mail International): $17.00 for the first foot, plus $0.75 for each additional foot. If you want Priority Mail to International countries, please send me an email asking for a special invoice after your purchase.
I'll ship it the same or next day after I receive your payment. Shipping is via US Postal Service Mail.
I'd prefer PayPal (firstname.lastname@example.org). If you don't have a PayPal account yet, please send me an immediate email after the transaction. I'll send you a PayPal bill, which will make everything very easy if you have a credit card or bank account.
Bonus: Free ultralight backpacking article!!All orders will receive a free articleI wrote on ultralight backpacking. You will learn how some people are hiking *very* long distances with total pack weights ofless than 9 pounds!! (Before adding the food and water).
It's amazing how much better it feels to move through the wilderness with an ultralight pack ... it feels like a bookbag. You are much more free to move around and explore your surroundings, go off-trail, do whatever you want.
With a heavy pack, you plod ahead on the trail with your head down, grunting though the workload. With an ultralight pack, your head is up, your breathing is normal, and your step is much lighter.
And it doesn't have to be expensive!!! Most of the ultralight equipment is less expensive than the heavy stuff, and is so much more enjoyable.My article even links to websites showing you how to make your own gear. I also include some professional drawings for my own designs -- backpack and sleeping quilt.
This article will give you all the information you need to get started in ultralight backpacking, covering the following topics:
- Bivy Bags
- Tarp/tent hybrids
- Sleeping Gear
- Ultralight Sleeping Bags
- Sleeping Pads
- Ground Cloths
- Cooking Gear
- Going with No Stove
- Alcohol Stoves (learn how to make your own!)
- Canister Stoves
- Cooking Pots
- Small Items
- Recommended Books
- Recommended Websites
- Goose-down quilt diagram (My design)
- Backpack side-view diagram (My design)
Again, this article will be included Free with all Tyvek orders.
Why You Should Purchase From Me:I'm honest, hardworking, and ship fast. I've been addicted to backpacking for more than 25 years now, and in the past several years, I've begun to explore ultralight alternatives. Silnylon is what I use for tarps, stuff-sacks, parts of my backpack, etc. This stuff is great!!
Read my 100% positive response, and offer with confidence. Note that I am "ID Verified" on .
How To Order:1.) Decide how many feet you want. Let's say you order 5 feet -- that will get you a peice that is 5 feet x 65". If you order 10 feet, you'll have a piece that is 10 feet x 65". OK? Any questions? Email me, and I'll answer fast.
2.) Scroll down to the "Buy It Now" section.
3.) Enter your desired number of feet in the "Quantity" textbox.
4.) Press "Buy It Now."
5.) Multiply your quantity x $1.85 and add shipping costs to that. If you want shipping insurance, please add another $2.42.
6.) Send the paypal payment.
7.) When it arrives ... make something cool with it.
8. Finally ... get out in the wilderness and ENJOY it!! :-)
Here is one of our campsites during a 5-day hike in the Bob Marshall Wilderness, Montana. July, 2002