Type 4 750Lb Mil Paracrod from Tough-Grid on Amazon

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My family goes through a lot of paracord. I was very happy when I was afforded the opportunity to review Tough-Grid’s Paracord/Parachute Cord – 750lb Mil in exchange for an unbiased and honest review. We have only purchased 550lb paracord. I didn’t think we could get anything stronger so easily, lol.
I included a picture with this review that shows the difference in the 750 vs. the 550lb paracord. The 750lb is notably thicker. It is the camo one in the picture. Paracord is made up of many strands. The 750lb has 11 strands internally, while the 550lb only has 7 strands internally. This is real paracord, made here in the USA. It is made out of Nylon and is a type 4 paracord.
Paracord can be used for anything you need a thin rope for. It is also fantastic for crafting things like belts, slings, lanyards, bracelets, necklaces, hat and boot bracelets, soda can holders, etc.. There are many books and online instructions on how to make things now. The great thing about having something with you that is made out of paracord, is that in an emergency, you can cut open your item and have incredibly strong paracode for your situation. It’s an easy and fun way to be prepared. My husband and older son always carry paracord in their trucks. They use it all the time for tying things done in their truck beds when needed, on the job quick fixes to allow time to run and get materials, , etc.
The great thing about this weight paracord, is the weight capacity. It has an incredible strength to it. If you were hiking and slipped down a ravine, you can use this to rig something to pull your self out, as an example. It can be helpful on boats, planes, anywhere. I feel quite comfortable in recommending Tough-Grid’s 750lb type 4 paracord. I Can be purchased on Amazon at: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00SU01BE6/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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