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All paracord survival bracelets, and other paracord survival gear can be taken apart and deployed for all manor of survival uses, such as...

Tying Down A Tent, Tying Tarps, Making A Ridgeline ,Dog Leash, Shoe And Boot Laces, Clothes Line, Bottle
Holder, Repairing Equipment,
Material For Starting A Fire, Trail Marking, Lashing A Rock or Arrowhead To A Spear, Boating Cord, Making A
Bow String, Dental Floss, Hanging Food In A Bear Safe Tree,
Tourniquet, Fastening A First Aid Bandage, Sewing Fabric, Securing A Shelter, Zipper Pulls, Setting Up Fishing Nets / Snars / Traps, Fishing Line, Repairing A Backpack, Fixing A Strap, The possibilities are endless for the uses of 550 pound paracord for survival needs.

Measuring Your Wrist For Proper Size Fit

No Refunds or Exchanges Are Made For Ordering Wrong Size.

Instructions For Best Fit: using a tape measure or a string and measure your wrist (in inches).
Just add 1 inch to your wrist size and order that size bracelet.

If you find that you are between sizes it is best to order the next size up.
Example: Your wrist measures 7"(most common adult male size) just add
1" = 8" - A 8" bracelet is the proper size for a 7" wrist.

Your wrist measures 7-1/4" just add 1" = 8-/14" - Since there is no 8-1/4 offered,
order the 8-1/2 bracelet as best size for a 7-1/4" wrist.

Please contact us if you have any questions regarding sizing.

The size indicated on the order form is the actual length of the bracelet.
This includes the buckle     

You can shrink your bracelet by soaking it in water and allowing it to dry


We accept Visa, Mastercard and Discover through the PayPal shopping cart.
We do not take orders over the phone.
But you are welcome to email us if you have any issues.