Paracord

Paracord is resistant to rain, and water can stretch due to its elastic structure. The most crucial aspect that distinguishes the paracord from other cords is parachute rope in its quality. The parachute rope consists of an outer nylon sheath and inner nylon cords. Hence, it is moderately resistant to friction and can carry up to 250 kilograms. However, it is not recommended to carry a person in any action.

Paracord is produced by the braided technique that most paracords are made from one of two primary materials: nylon or polyester. Nylon is considered the only “true paracord” material with different strengths and weaknesses that make it suitable for various applications. Because nylon is synthetic, it has some essential properties. It is resistant to rot, mildew, abrasion, water and UV fading.

Paracord has a vast usage area and high tensile strength compared to its small diameter. We have 750 paracords 5 mm, 550 paracords 4 mm, 425 paracords 3mm, 325 paracords 2 mm, 275 paracords 2 mm, 95 paracords 1.75 mm.

550 paracords are preferred for making bracelets, mending clothes, wrapping handles, hunting, fishing, and camping: fine thread, macrame, wristbands, 95 paracords for wind chimes.

275 paracords are used for kids bracelets, key chains, and lanyards, 325 paracords for projects requiring strength and durability such as small bracelets, boot laces, belts, key chains, leashes, and other crafting projects. Lastly, 750 paracords are preferred for countless emergencies and heavier work projects.