I'm a Marine Veteran currently residing in Chesapeake, VA with an interest in motorcycles, prepping, and survival. I picked up the paracord itch after a friend lost a vendor that was supplying monkey's fists for his gun shop. I'm self taught and expanded my craft with the assistance of YouTube and other instructional formats. In addition to making useful products, I also offer instructional "How To" Videos. The videos posted on YouTube are for both marketing and instructional purposes.
The products that I make were designed based upon a particular needs or requests. If you don't see something that you're looking for, reach out to me and I'll do my best to figure it out. Some of my best selling products were initially special order requests that took off.
I stand by and guarantee every item that I make; I guarantee that you won't be disappointed with the finished product. If there's a problem, send it back and I'll fix or replace it. If you're not happy, simply send it back and I'll refund the purchase. My name means everything and close to all of my work is referrals.
I'd be happy to answer any questions or read any comments that you may have. Although the items on my site may not save your life in the event of a zombie apocalypse or detonation of a dirty bomb, they could be helpful if your riding your motorcycle and a part loosens or your gear needs to be tied in place. You'll never know when or where you'll need it so pick choose items that you already carry everyday or every time you ride; that way you'll never be without it.
Paracord is durable and will give you years of enjoyment. Thanks for visiting and let me know what you've used it for. Although I stock most colors of paracord, please keep in mind that each item is custom made for that particular purchase. Some items I'm able to turn around quickly and other items may take up to 8 weeks due to current projects and size of the orders. If the requested color is not stocked, that could add a week to the order time. Remember, I'm always available for questions. firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
The one major issue about being prepared is a lack of planning and equipment when and where you need it. One nice thing about paracord is it can be worked into a variety of items with many uses that we have around us everyday. From key chains to bracelets or monkeys fists to handles, you will always have available cordage around when you need it.
Parachute cord (paracord or 550 cord) is a lightweight nylon or polyester kernmantle rope originally used in the suspension lines of US parachutes during World War II. Once in the field, paratroopers found this cord useful for many other tasks. It is now used as a general purpose utility cord by both military personnel and civilians. The braided sheath has a high number of interwoven strands for its size, giving it a relatively smooth texture. There are usually 7 inner strands that are made of us 2-3 smaller strands that were woven together. The number of real world uses are only limited by your imagination. Paracord should be in every car, backpack, and emergency kit; It's something that everyone should carry with them.