A perfectly adjustable stylish bracelet that is also an efficient fire starter, reliable compass, badass loud whistle, an emergency knife and 12 feet of military-grade 550 paracords.
Crafted from 12 feet of woven paracord, the same nylon cord that's been used in parachutes since World War II, a survival bracelet is an essential item for any adventurer. It's proven useful in all kinds of situations in the wild, from marking a trail to fishing for dinner.
Ten Different Usage of a Paracord:
- Make a shelter (ideally a lean-to style) - Fishing line (inner strands) - Tinder easier to ignite (inner strands) - Snare Trap - Make a tourniquet to reduce blood loss - Mark your path to avoid getting lost (orange paracord) - Sewing material (inner strand) - Dental floss (inner strand) - Secure a splint - Replace broken shoelaces - Washing line to dry your gear by the fire