|Country of Origin ||Taiwan|
|Finish ||Urethane Coating|
|Fire Rating ||California Technical Bulletin #117 Section E|
30 x 30
6.93 Oz Per Square Yard
|California Prop. 65
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When first created, ballistic nylon was used to fashion flak jackets for WWII pilots. Though it has since been replaced with more effect materials, it is still widely used, mostly for industrial purposes. The original specifications for ballistic nylon were for a 1050 denier, which refers to the weight of the nylon, but more varieties soon came into being. Because it is lighter and easier to form, this 840 Denier Coated Ballistic Nylon is easier to work with and lends itself to less intimidating projects, such as luggage, backpack bottoms, or motorcycle jackets. Ballistic nylon has a shiny right side and a duller sheen to the opposite side, which also has a more textured surface.
For more information, see our Nylon Fabric Product Guide.
- Features: Water Resistant, Tear Resistant
- Common Uses: Motorcycle Jackets, Luggage, Camping Bags, Tool Belts, Heavy Duty Straps
- Care: Dry Clean Only
Maximum Continuous Length: Approximately 50 Yards
When ordering more than 50 yards it may come in more than one piece.
Shipping Rates are calculated off the weight and destination of your items. Standard freight is capped at $12.95. Expedited shipping rates are available at checkout.
Any customer who is dissatisfied with a purchase may receive a refund. All returned items must be in original unused condition and not cut or altered by the customer. Returns must be received within 30 days of the ship date. Restrictions apply to some products. Certain products cannot be returned. All samples cannot be returned.
See our Shipping & Return Policy for more information.