A hybrid composites mechanical properties consisting of un-treated and treated bast Kenaf fiber and E- glass fiber was investigated by varying the fiber glass weight ratio and using interplay fabrication method. A further comparison was made with corresponding properties of 100% wt E-glass fiber composites sample. The expected results were to have better composites performance in terms of toughness and impact strength as a comparison between the E- glass fiber reinforced composites and Kenaf fiber reinforced composites alone. All samples are prepared using typical samples preparation techniques. Result shows that the incorporation of E – glass fiber resulted in brittle failure and a higher amount of E-Glass fiber with low percentage of Kenaf fiber resulted in high strength, low ductile and low toughness behavior.