Thursday, May 31, 2012

Proper Sizing

Sizing instructions

Wrap a string snugly around your wrist and add 1 inch so that we can make it the correct size for you. If it is a little too big it can be shrunk about 1/4" by wearing it in the shower or completely soaking it in warm water, as it dries it will shrink to a comfortable fit.

About Paracord

Parachute Cord also known as "Paracord" is a lightweight nylon rope originally used during WWII in parachute suspension lines. Paratroopers soon found this cord useful for numerous other tasks. It has since gained popularity for civilian use. Paracord has a woven nylon outer sheath surrounding a 7 strand inner core. It has a minimum breaking strength of 550 lbs which makes it very strong, durable, and versatile. Paracord does not rot or mildew. The outer sheath is very versatile, and when taken apart, the inner strands can be very useful as well.