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Style 1522 X 27 in 3.7oz E Glass
Style 1522 X 27 in 3.7oz E Glass

Style 1522 X 27 in 3.7oz E Glass

Commonly refered to as 4oz glass, this is surfboard grade fiberglass, meaning that it is quality inspected to be free of both cosmetic and structural defects.  This glass is finished with a silane finish to provide a perfectly clear laminate and is compatible with polyester and epoxy resins.

Suggested uses are for building surfboards, covering kayaks or canoes, or any application where you need a thin clear glass coating.

A typical surfboard layup is 2 layers of glass on the deck and 1 layer on the bottom.


Style 1522 3.7 oz x 27" E-glass
Weight .2
Thickness .0053" or .12 mm
Breaking Strength 160 lb/in Warp 150 lb/in

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Style 1522 X 30 in 3.7oz E Glass
Style 1522 X 30 in 3.7oz E Glass

Style 1522 X 30 in 3.7oz E Glass

Commonly refered to as 4oz glass, this is surfboard grade fiberglass, meaning that it is quality inspected to be free of both cosmetic and structural defects.  This glass is finished with a silane finish to provide a perfectly clear laminate and is compatible with polyester and epoxy resins.

Suggested uses are for building surfboards, covering kayaks or canoes, or any application where you need a thin clear glass coating.

A typical surfboard layup is 2 layers of glass on the deck and 1 layer on the bottom.


Style 1522
Weight 3.7oz/sq. yard
Thickness .0053"
Breaking Strength 160lbs/in

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Style 7533 X 30 in 5.6oz E Glass
Style 7533 X 30 in 5.6oz E Glass

Style 7533 X 30 in 5.6oz E Glass

Commonly refered to as 6oz glass, this is surfboard grade fiberglass, meaning that it is quality inspected to be free of both cosmetic and structural defects.  This glass is finished with a silane finish to provide a perfectly clear laminate and is compatible with polyester and epoxy resins.

Suggested uses are for building surfboards, covering kayaks or canoes, or any application where you need a thin clear glass coating.

A typical surfboard layup is 2 layers of glass on the deck and 1 layer on the bottom.


Style 7533
Weight 5.6oz/sq.yd.
Thickness .0073"
Breaking Strength 250lbs/in warp 250lbs/in fill

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Style 1521 X 27 in 3.7oz Warp Glass
Style 1521 X 27 in 3.7oz Warp Glass

Style 1521 X 27 in 3.7oz Warp,

Commonly refered to as 4oz warp glass, this is surfboard grade fiberglass, meaning that it is quality inspected to be free of both cosmetic and structural defects.  This glass is finished with a silane finish to provide a perfectly clear laminate and is compatible with polyester and epoxy resins.

Warp glass was designed for use in the surfboard building industry to place more strength in the length of the board while keeping the overall weight of the glass the same.  Warp glass has more yarns running the length of the glass and less in the fill than regular 4oz, which provides more strength where you need it without increasing the weight of the board.

Suggested uses are for building surfboards, covering kayaks or canoes, or any application where you need a thin clear glass coating.

A typical surfboard layup is 2 layers of glass on the deck and 1 layer on the bottom.


Style 1521
Weight 3.7oz per sq. yd.
Thickness .0045"
Breaking Strength 200lb/in in warp 110lb/in in fill

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Style 1521 X 30 in 3.7oz Warp E-glass
Style 1521 X 30 in 3.7oz Warp E-glass

Style 1521 X 30 in 3.7oz Warp E-glass

Commonly refered to as 4oz warp glass, this is surfboard grade fiberglass, meaning that it is quality inspected to be free of both cosmetic and structural defects.  This glass is finished with a silane finish to provide a perfectly clear laminate and is compatible with polyester and epoxy resins.

Warp glass was designed for use in the surfboard building industry to place more strength in the length of the board while keeping the overall weight of the glass the same.  Warp glass has more yarns running the length of the glass and less in the fill than regular 4oz, which provides more strength where you need it without increasing the weight of the board.

Suggested uses are for building surfboards, covering kayaks or canoes, or any application where you need a thin clear glass coating.

A typical surfboard layup is 2 layers of glass on the deck and 1 layer on the bottom.


Style 1521 or 1579
Weight 3.7oz /sq. yd.
Thickness .0045
Breaking Strength 200lbs/in in warp, 110lbs/in in fill

Price:Varies by Qty

Style 7534 X 30 in 6oz Warp, E-glass
Style 7534 X 30 in 6oz Warp, E-glass

Style 7534 X 30 in 6oz Warp, E-glass

Commonly refered to as 6oz warp glass, this is surfboard grade fiberglass, meaning that it is quality inspected to be free of both cosmetic and structural defects.  This glass is finished with a silane finish to provide a perfectly clear laminate and is compatible with polyester and epoxy resins.

Warp glass was designed for use in the surfboard building industry to place more strength in the length of the board while keeping the overall weight of the glass the same.  Warp glass has more yarns running the length of the glass and less in the fill than regular 4oz, which provides more strength where you need it without increasing the weight of the board.

Suggested uses are for building surfboards, covering kayaks or canoes, or any application where you need a thin clear glass coating.

A typical surfboard layup is 2 layers of glass on the deck and 1 layer on the bottom.


Style 7534 or 7580
Weight 6.2 oz per square yard
Thickness .0078"
Breaking Strength 300lbs/in Warp, 200lbs/in Fill

Price:Varies by Qty

Style 4522 X 27 in 3.7oz S-2 Glass
Style 4522 X 27 in 3.7oz S-2 Glass

Style 4522 X 27 in 3.7oz S-2 Glass

Commonly referred to as 4oz S Glass, this fiberglass fabric has higher physical properties than its e-glass counterpart.  S-glass is about 25% stiffer and stronger than E-glass, in fact it has a higher tensile strength than commercial grade carbon fiber.

This S-glass is finished to surfboard specs and is inspected for cosmetic and structural flaws before leaing the factory.  It is finished with a silane finish and is compatible with epoxy or polyester resins, however to get the most benefit out of the extra strength of the glass we recommend using epoxy resins with it.

While a typical surfboard laminate is 2 layers of glass on the deck and one on the bottom, some builders will substitute a layer of e-glass on the deck with a layer of S-glass to improve the boards ability to resist denting while keeping costs reasonable.

While we carry this as a surfboard fabric it is suitable anywhere a high strength reinforcement is needed.


Style 4522
Weight 3.64 oz sq. yd.
Thickness .005"
Breaking Strength 125lbs/in in warp and fill

Price:Varies by Qty

Style 4522 X 30 in 3.7oz S-2 Glass
Style 4522 X 30 in 3.7oz S-2 Glass

Style 4522 X 30 in 3.7oz S-2 Glass

Commonly referred to as 4oz S Glass, this fiberglass fabric has higher physical properties than its e-glass counterpart.  S-glass is about 25% stiffer and stronger than E-glass, in fact it has a higher tensile strength than commercial grade carbon fiber.

This S-glass is finished to surfboard specs and is inspected for cosmetic and structural flaws before leaing the factory.  It is finished with a silane finish and is compatible with epoxy or polyester resins, however to get the most benefit out of the extra strength of the glass we recommend using epoxy resins with it.

While a typical surfboard laminate is 2 layers of glass on the deck and one on the bottom, some builders will substitute a layer of e-glass on the deck with a layer of S-glass to improve the boards ability to resist denting while keeping costs reasonable.

While we carry this as a surfboard fabric it is suitable anywhere a high strength reinforcement is needed.


Style 4522
Weight 3.64 oz yd^2
Thickness .0051"
Breaking Strength 125 lb/in warp 125 lb/in fill

Price:Varies by Qty

Style 4522 x 43" 3.7 oz S-2 Glass
Style 4522 x 43" 3.7 oz S-2 Glass

Style 4522 x 43" 3.7oz S-2 Glass

Commonly referred to as 4oz S Glass, this fiberglass fabric has higher physical properties than its e-glass counterpart.  S-glass is about 25% stiffer and stronger than E-glass, in fact it has a higher tensile strength than commercial grade carbon fiber.

This S-glass is finished to surfboard specs and is inspected for cosmetic and structural flaws before leaing the factory.  It is finished with a silane finish and is compatible with epoxy or polyester resins, however to get the most benefit out of the extra strength of the glass we recommend using epoxy resins with it.

While a typical surfboard laminate is 2 layers of glass on the deck and one on the bottom, some builders will substitute a layer of e-glass on the deck with a layer of S-glass to improve the boards ability to resist denting while keeping costs reasonable.

While we carry this as a surfboard fabric it is suitable anywhere a high strength reinforcement is needed.


Style 4522 x 43"
Weight 3.7oz yd^2
Thickness .0051"

Price:Varies by Qty

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Fiberglass Supply
11824 Watertank Rd
Burlington, WA 98233
United States
Ph: 877-493-5333
Fax: 360-757-8284
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1 1/2in. Wide, 8.71 oz., Fiberglass Tape
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