Thursday, April 25, 2013

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

You never know what mother nature has prepared for you.
Always be prepared with your Survival 550 Paracord
Paracord Bracelets: 10 Practical Uses (Other Than Fashion)
Is it just my imagination or are an awful lot of folks on the trail, at the shooting range, and at hunting camps wearing some kind of parachute cord bracelet nowadays? What started a few years ago as a practical way for soldiers, firefighters, and outdoor adventurers to carry some extra 550 cord has mushroomed into a multi-million dollar business serving fashion-conscious urbanites and true wilderness aficionados alike.

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Bear Grylls

Edward Michael Grylls or better known as Bear Grylls on the hit series Man V.S Wild is known to carry multiple pairs of paracord bracelets. For those of you who do not know the legendary Grylls just know that one of his titles is the "Born Survivor" and anyone with a title like that knows what they are doing in life. In the show Man V.S Wild Grylls goes on a number of adventures from the ice cold mountains, to the tropical jungles and even the scorching desert he still manages to survive. Now most importantly...

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Paracord Bracelets are IN

Yes we said it Paracord Bracelet's do not only saves lives, but it is the new trend for fashion. Or at least it should be. There are a million ways you can wear a paracord bracelet. You can wear it on your right wrist, your left wrist, your ankles and any other creative way you come up with. But most importantly the paracord braclet's come in every color you can imagine just look at this picture. Therefore don't just wear paracord bracelets to save your life, but to look good as well.

Yours Truly,

Survival 550

Monday, April 15, 2013

Paracord facts

Did you know that a standard 8 inch paracord bracelet contains over 60 feet of usable cord? That is because an 8-inch bracelet contains approximately 8 feet of paracord, and you can take it apart and use each of the 7 interior strands plus the outside portion of the paracord as it is needed.

Wearing a paracord bracelet is a practical way to always have an emergency supply of paracord at your disposal.