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Fishtail Paracord Survival Bracelets

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Description

These survival bracelets are made with 550 (7 strand) paracord. All bracelets have a quick release plastic buckle.

Please view the 4th and 5th pictures for available colors. These bracelets look great with a combination of two colors! I make frequent orders - if you're looking for a different color just let me know.

These bracelets would be great to sell in your retail store and are available for wholesale. They would also be a cool fundraiser for schools, etc and can be made in school colors. Discounts available for large orders (extra shipping time may be required). Please contact me for details.

.............VERY IMPORTANT!.............
Make sure to let me know what color you'd like along with your size. (*Add apx 1" to your wrist measurement for a comfortable fit.)

S: 6 - 7 inches
M: 7 - 8 inches
L: 8 - 9inches
XL: 9- 9 1/2 inches
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About Paracord Survival Bracelets:

Paracord was first used for parachute lines in World War II. Once on the ground paratroopers would often cut the paracord from their parachute and us it in multiple situations where strong rope was necessary. The paracord (parachute cord) is now knotted and made into bracelets and other accessories so that it can easily be carried with you. The cord is made in the USA and carries a safe working load of 550 lbs. The stainless steel shackle can handle a safe working load of 530 lbs. In an emergency situation, just break the melted closure to unravel 7-10 feet of usable rope. The seven inner strands can also be used.

Uses for your paracord bracelet:

• Tying down shelter
• Hanging tools from a belt
• Securing items to the outside of pack
• Tourniquet in first aid
• Secure a splint
• Clothes line
• Hanging bear bags from tree
• Shoe lace
• Fishing line
• Just wear as a cool bracelet!
These survival bracelets are made with 550 (7 strand) paracord. All bracelets have a quick release plastic buckle.

Please view the 4th and 5th pictures for available colors. These bracelets look great with a combination of two colors! I make frequent orders - if you're looking for a different color just let me know.

These bracelets would be great to sell in your retail store and are available for wholesale. They would also be a cool fundraiser for schools, etc and can be made in school colors. Discounts available for large orders (extra shipping time may be required). Please contact me for details.

.............VERY IMPORTANT!.............
Make sure to let me know what color you'd like along with your size. (*Add apx 1" to your wrist measurement for a comfortable fit.)

S: 6 - 7 inches
M: 7 - 8 inches
L: 8 - 9inches
XL: 9- 9 1/2 inches
.......................................................


About Paracord Survival Bracelets:

Paracord was first used for parachute lines in World War II. Once on the ground paratroopers would often cut the paracord from their parachute and us it in multiple situations where strong rope was necessary. The paracord (parachute cord) is now knotted and made into bracelets and other accessories so that it can easily be carried with you. The cord is made in the USA and carries a safe working load of 550 lbs. The stainless steel shackle can handle a safe working load of 530 lbs. In an emergency situation, just break the melted closure to unravel 7-10 feet of usable rope. The seven inner strands can also be used.

Uses for your paracord bracelet:

• Tying down shelter
• Hanging tools from a belt
• Securing items to the outside of pack
• Tourniquet in first aid
• Secure a splint
• Clothes line
• Hanging bear bags from tree
• Shoe lace
• Fishing line
• Just wear as a cool bracelet!

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Fishtail Paracord Survival Bracelets

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: 550 paracord, plastic buckle
  • Made to order
  • Feedback: 155 reviews
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