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Type III Commercial 550 Parachute Cord, Made to US Mil-Spec Standards (7 Strand, 550lb Test). Choice of Colors. One continous length, 10 feet long. Enough for five paracord bracelets.

Sold by a USAF Veteran. This is brand new US manufactured paracord!

One continous 50' length per color ordered.

Please choose from the following list . Colors may differ slightly from photos due to dye used in various lots, lighting while photographed, monitor adjustment, etc.

(First Picture, Top row, left to right)
ACU Digital Camo
Olive Drab
Desert Camo
Red White & Blue
Pink Camo (out of stock)
Purple
Coyote Brown

(First Picture, Bottom row, left to right)
Black
Woodland Camo
MultiCam
Purple Camo (out of stock)
Neon Orange Camo
Kelly Green (out of stock)
Electric Blue

NEW COLORS
Yellow (out of stock)
Red (not shown)
Royal Blue (not shown)
Navy Blue (not shown)
White (not shown)
Desert Sand (not shown)
Thin Blue Line - Black with thin lines of Blue throughout (not shown)

Paracord is short for “parachute cord,” and its initial design function was in the construction of parachutes in the Second World War. Basically it’s what connects a parachutist to his canopy.

The best quality paracord is generally regarded as that with US Military Specification. Real parachute cord has a tensile strength of 550 pounds. As a Kernmantle rope type, its interior core is protected by a woven exterior sheath that optimizes strength, durability, and flexibility. The interior core consists of 14 individual strands, twisted in groups of two to form the 7 strands commonly cited.

Due to the many uses that a high quality cord has in a field environment, Paracord has found its way into the commercial market. A good survival kit should have at least 50 feet of paracord. One of its many uses is the fashioning of paracord survival bracelets, which are in use today by military, law enforcement units and civilians worldwide. Paracord survival bracelets are for sale elsewhere in this store.

For buckles to use in making paracord bracelets, please see my listings here:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/ProjectParacord?section_id=8155222
here:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/ProjectParacord?section_id=10166804
and here:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/ProjectParacord?section_id=8155223

50 feet (15.25m) Paracord, Choice of Color - Type III Commercial, Made to US Mil-Spec Standards (7 Strand, 550lb Test).

Overview

  • Materials: nylon, paracord
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Favorited by: 25 people