Camouflage colors- 550 lbs 7 strand paracord
Uses for paracord:
Build a Shelter
Vehicle tie downs
Hanging food up from wild animals (bear bag)
Stringer for caught fish
Rigging a survival shelter
String for bow
String for makeshift hunting bow
Making a net and snares
Ridgeline for Tarp
Survival Kits – A must have in our opinion even for smaller pocket kits.
Guy Lines – For tying down tarps, tents, bivvys etc. (Our reflective and glow-in-the-dark paracords work great for this purpose)
Tie Lines – For securing gear or payloads.
Various Braidings (very popular)- Such as bracelets, belts, lanyards, animal collars & leashes, monkey fist etc.
Snare line – For catching wild game.
Netting – Can be taken apart and woven into a net for catching fish and other animals.
Fishing Line – Small strands can be used for this.
Trip Lines – For traps, alarms, etc.
Trail Markers – Bright colors or reflective paracord is commonly used.
Thread – Individual threads inside can be used to stitch torn items.
Handle Wraps – For knife handles, walking sticks, hatchets etc.
Tying up people you don’t like or ones you do