Thursday, July 3, 2014

Titan Military 550 Paracord

My husband and I have recently discovered the many uses for paracord and love working with it for crafts and survival items. We have used it for everything from boot laces to gun slings and even things like bracelets and bags. When you are making a project you want to make sure you are using a good, high-quality cord.

Titan Paracord is awesome and guaranteed.  It is the same authentic 550 cord used by the U.S. Military, NASA Astronauts, and outdoor enthusiasts all around the world. That means should you find yourself in a position where you have to rely on your paracord you know it won’t let you down.

It is made from 100% Nylon, and measures 5/32' in diameter. Inside it has 21 individual strands, braided into seven seriously-strong 3-strand yarns.  If you have ever done any survival training you will know that either together or pulled apart that is a lot of useful cordage that will get you out of  a jam. It has a rated tensile strength of greater than 550 lbs. Now, I am no where near as skilled as Bear but if I were, this cord would let me repel or even hold me up off the ground for a dry night’s sleep.

It’s perfect for wearable crafts like slings and such because  it is light and durable, quick drying, UV resistant, and resists rot and mildew. That way you can wear it on all of your adventures without it breaking down. Typical uses for paracord include attaching equipment to harnesses as dummy cords to avoiding losing small or important items, tying rucksacks or backpacks to vehicle racks, securing camouflage nets or tarps to trees or vehicles, and so forth. When threaded with beads, paracord may be used as a pace counter to estimate ground covered by foot.

No matter what your next paracord project involves, even if it is just a bundle you want to toss in your bag you should check out Titan Paracord, which you can purchase in a variety of colors. You can also connect with Titan Paracord on Facebook and Twitter.

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