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    Silnylon

    Where is the best place to get silnylon with the bigges selection of colors?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bronco6899 View Post
    Where is the best place to get silnylon with the bigges selection of colors?
    I've used Seattle Fabrics before, they've always had a really good selection of colors in both 30d and 70d.

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    Well, depending on what color you're looking for, there are several places with really outstanding prices. Noah Lamport has $3/yd. stuff, just call them to see what colors they've got.
    Scott Littlefield at Backwoods Daydreamer has some sweet coyote brown sil right now, as well as gray and blue, IIRC.
    Then there are the regulars that are more expensive, OWF, RockyWoods, Quest Outfitters, The Rainshed. There's a few others, but those are the ones I can think of off the top of my head.
    Hope that helps.

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    Thanks for the info,have an idea for a winter tarp and looks like I'm gonna need the material.

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    Tis a good thread - but I like to enjoy backpacking stealth style.... there has to be a way to get the other Camo HD products for better stealth in Coated Ripstop... these manufactures do not have it - yet. I did see the digital camo...
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    For some reason, the heavier the fabric, the more Camo patterns are available. Bummer, because, as a backpacker, I'm not willing to shoulder the extra weight.

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