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The Dyneema® Project is dedicated to trailblazers, game changers and innovators using our fabrics.

This 6-minute tutorial features DSM Dyneema’s application manager Wes Hatcher explaining the fabrics’ vast range of potential properties and demonstrating basic cutting and construction techniques.

Let’s get prototyping. Get fabrics via our distributors:

USA-based Distributors: Rocky Woods | Ripstop By The Roll | Dutch Ware Gear Europe-based Distributors: Extrem Textil

The Dyneema® Project: an elite program for premium brands

World's strongest lightest fiber was discovered by chance in 1963. It took another 27 years to commercialize and bring it to market. Dyneema® is currently being used to moor oil rigs, lift buildings and stop bullets. Tomorrow it will make fabric stronger, lighter, smarter and more durable.

Join The Dyneema® Project and get an insight into the future of performance fabrics.

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Dyneema® Bonded Leather by Ecco Leather

What happens when you combine the luxurious look and feel of leather with the unprecedented strength of Dyneema® fiber and push it to the max? The result is Dyneema® Bonded Leather, the new material created in collaboration between ECCO Leather and DSM Dyneema: the thinnest yet strongest leather on the market.

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A mission to create an ultimate alpine jacket

Canadian apparel designer Conroy Nachtigall has spent 15 years creating technical urban clothing – geared to outdoor performance, yet aesthetically suited to the city. In 2016, The Dyneema® Project commissioned Conroy to create an ultimate alpine jacket with Dyneema® fabric that could withstand the extreme alpine conditions of Squamish, BC. Our ‘Sending It’ documentary covers this story. Here, we go behind the scenes...

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Dyneema® Carbon Hybrid Composites

Dyneema®, the world's strongest fiber significantly improves the performance of pure carbon composites in terms of impact resistance, vibrational dampening and weight.

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