Paracord Planet 550 Assorted Colors of Paracord in 50 and 100 Foot Lengths Made in the USA

May 26, 2017 - Comment
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Our Paracord Specialists have put together some of our most popular colors to provide an easy shopping experience to seek out your favorite colors. Choose between 50 and 100 foot lengths for your paracord needs whether it be for crafting, survival, or to have on hand for emergency situations.

Product Features

  • Choose from 50 & 100 Foot Lengths of 550 pound Paracord with a 7 Strand Inner-core that has a diameter of 5/32 of an inch (about 4mm)
  • Multi-purpose: camping, fishing, hiking, survival, crafting, and more
  • UV and fade resistant, will not rot or mildew, making it great for survival needs and many outdoor applications!
  • Also known as: parachute cord, 550 cord, parachute rope, paracord rope, para cord, or parachord
  • Created for Paracord PlanetĀ® by certified US Government contractors.


Andy Vogt says:

Always a great product. Paracord is an every day staple item for us as a scout family. I have purchase many different colors from Paracord planet. Every single time, the cord is exactly what I wanted and expected from the product. I highly recommend this company and their products to anyone and everyone that asks me. There are so many uses for Paracord that it just makes sense to have some at all times.

Misty's Favorite Hobby says:

Love this stuff!!! Love this stuff, bought 150 ft in all. Used most of it camping. It’s strong, like really strong. We lashed air mattresses together on the lake with it. Tied up a tarp that weathered a really bad storm like a champ with it. Used it to string rope light between trees, hung wet towels, tied in equipment into the back of the truck n trailer. I will be buying more!!!

Al Lindsey says:

Well made, but not true Mil-Spec Pretty good paracord, but it is not true military quality (It is commercial grade), it has a slightly ‘stiffer’ feel but not to the point where it would interfere with holding a knot. It actually holds knots quite well. And I know paracord, I am an Air Force Parachute Rigger, 20+ years.

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