High quality Type III 550 Survival Paracord for bracelet making, knitting, camping and more!
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Material: 100% made of nylon
Construction: 32 interwoven sheath, 7 core strands, 2-ply yarns
Diameter: approximately 4 mm
Breaking strength: 250 kg or 550 lbs
Origin of product: USA
Mold, mildew, rot and UV resistant
What is Paracord?
Originally used as the suspension lines for parachutes in the US during World War II, 550 paracord, also known as parachute cord, has now become a general-purposed utility cord that everyone may find useful.
Its outer sheath has 32 interwoven strands, whereas the interior hosts 7 inner two-ply yarns.
This construction gives the cord a smooth texture and high breaking strength of 550lb (~250kg).
These qualities have made the paracord the top choice of material to make EDC (Everyday-carry) accessories such as bracelet, waist belt and lanyard.
Unlimited uses of paracord:
Crafting: Paracord bracelet, wrist band, waist belt, necklace, keychains, guitar sling, camera straps, pet collar, pet leash, hammock, dreamcatchers, can holder, monkey's fists and many more!
EDC (Everyday-carry): Lanyards or handle wrap for tools such as multi-tool, knife, torch light and keys.
Emergency uses: Replace broken zipper pull, shoe-laces, bra strap and etc. Inner thread can be used as sewing thread, fishing line (or make a fishing net with it), clothes line, and even dental floss.
Survival in the wild: Camping, building traps and snares, tourniquet to stop bleeding, rescue line, bow string, bear bag.
Tell us more: The usage of paracord is basically limited by your creativity and imagination. Know about more? Kindly share your thought with us.
How to identify good and bad quality paracord?
1. Quality - The cross-section area of good quality paracord is round whereas that of a poor quality paracord is flat.
2. Material - Traditional paracord is 100% made of nylon, while others may be made of other materials.
3. Burn test - Good quality paracord should burn slowly, whereas others will burn quicker when contacted with flames, and its smoke would smell similar to burned plastic.
4. Strength - Poor quality paracord would definitely struggle to withstand 550lbs of weight.
5. Price - If the price is too good to be true, beware!
Do not see the colours you like?
We are trying our best to expand our product range from time to time.
If you are looking for certain colours that we don't already have, just let us know and we will try our best to assist you in our coming restocks.
Why buy from us?
We are the largest USA-made paracord importer in Malaysia.
All of our paracords are imported from the certified direct suppliers to the United States Department of Defence.
Please buy with confidence!