Originally used by paratroopers in World War II as suspension lines for their parachutes. Once in the field, the paratroopers found many uses for it such as securing tarps, cargo, tents and even as boot laces. Now used as a general purpose utility cord by military personnel and civilians. Paracord was even used by astronauts during the STS-82 which was the second space shuttle mission to repair the Hubble Space Telescope.
Paracord is one of the most versatile cords on the planet. It’s high-tech materials and construction enables it to be lightweight, strong, and compact. With an incredible 550 lb tensile strength, paracord can easily perform tasks and jobs that other similar cords cannot. One of the most important design features of paracord is the 7 inner strands of core. By pulling out the internal strands you can turn 50ft into hundreds of feet of usable cordage. All these features make it the perfect rope to daily carry, whether it’s in your backpack, vehicle, garage, or in an apparel item.
With a proven track record dating back to WW2, paracord has made a well-deserved name for itself as being one of the best cords ever made. Whether it’s supporting a soldier on the battlefield or a hanging flower pot at the house, this cord is ready to go to work for you. How you need it, where you need it and when you need it.
USA made Paracord is superior in quality and consistency. Manufactured to maintain quality assurance policy with intravenous QA checkpoints throughout the manufacturing process. This is the highest quality Paracord that can be trusted and relied on every day.
- Length: 100ft (30m)
- Diameter - 5/32" (4mm)
- Tensile Strength - 550 lb. (249 kg)
- Weight (oz/100ft) - 8oz (227g)
- 7 Strand Core (8 lines in 1 )
- Lightweight & Strong
- Color will not run or bleed
- UV, Rot, Mildew Resistant
- Made in the USA