Gear Aid 325 Paracord and Carabiner, 3 mm Utility Cord for Camping and Hiking, Black, 50 ft

October 1, 2019 - Comment
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At 50 ft, the 325 Paracord is long enough to be a clothesline and light enough to be packed away for camping, hiking, and hunting adventures. Use it as a sling, boot lace, or zipper pull during emergency situations and unexpected gear failures. Available in black and nav green, this multipurpose paracord is a useful tool. With just a click of the included carabiner, it suspends gear, provisions, and packs in no time.

Product Features

  • Medium duty 325 paracord is 100% nylon that’s lightweight and durable for a 50 ft utility cord you can count on
  • Attach gear, food and bags on the Para cord using the included carabiner to keep them high and dry
  • Versatile 3 mm utility rope is useful during hiking and hunting trips; use it in an emergency as a sling, belt, tent guy line or tie-down
  • Fashion it into a survival bracelet, knife lanyard, Para cord dog collar, or handle wrap
  • Available in black and nav green for a line that can easily be seen in the outdoors

Comments

Anonymous says:

Yup – its rope! You can tie knots and hang stuff! Not much to say other than this is definitely a lighter-weight version of “550” paracord. It is slightly smaller in diameter (I don’t believe it has as many internal strands inside the outer jacket). Its 100% nylon, so it does stretch a bit, especially if it gets wet, but its a perfect little bundle (along with the carabiner) to throw into a glove box or camping kit to have handy for emergencies or when you need some line to string up a shelter, hang laundry, or some other utilitarian…

Anonymous says:

Hang clothes I recommend it. A must on an overnight camping trip. I used it to hang my clothes to dry them overnight. No complaints. It did it’s job.

Anonymous says:

High-Quality 325 Cord at a Good Value I bought this 50-foot bundle of 325 paracord to make a 3-inch lanyard for my Benchmade 908 Stryker and used a CRK Sebenza pin to attach it. I didn’t really care about the carabiner clip that it came with; the cord alone was worth the price. It’s not made in the United States, but it’s not a deal-breaker. I’ve actually seen U.S.-made paracord in craft stores that was of lesser quality than this. The casing is more rigid and tightly woven on this cord than on those other ones.What…

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