It all started as a functional gear for soldiers, firefighters and trekkers. And now, paracord bracelets are becoming a mainstream fashion now. Thomas Salzano, a Newark, New Jersey based hairstylist, traveler, photographer and blogger brings some amazing uses of paracord bracelets.
Paracord bracelets are made from paracord 550, also called 550-cord or type-iii paracord is primarily used in parachute suspension lines. The number 550 denotes a static weight capacity of 550 pounds, or 250 kilos.
A paracord bracelet can give you 9 to 11 feet of paracord when undone, depending on your wrist size. A side release buckle can also be used as a survival gear if it has a flint, a whistle and a compass.
The buckle aside, here are a couple of things you can do with a paracord bracelet:
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Thomas Salzano | Thomas N Salzano, Thomas J. Salzano is a hairstylist offering modern, occasional and serial hairstyles.