How do you tie a paracord bracelet?

May 18, 2019 Off By idswater

How do you tie a paracord bracelet?

To do this, fold your piece of paracord in half and pull the ends through the bottom slot of the buckle. Then pull the ends through the loop created by your paracord. Pull them all the way through until the paracord is secured around the buckle. Pull the ends through the buckle.

How do you make a paracord survival bracelet?


  1. Choose your color(s) You can use one or two colors to make your bracelet.
  2. Measure your wrist. Wrap a length of paracord around your wrist, noting where the end hits the cord.
  3. Measure out cord.
  4. Attach paracord to buckle.
  5. Determine bracelet length.
  6. Weave the main bracelet.
  7. Finish.
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What do paracord bracelets represent?

For others, it was a symbol of their self-sufficiency. It demonstrated their ability to take care of themselves. And to those who came home without a friend or battle brother, wearing a paracord bracelet was a way to recognize the sacrifice and mourn their loss.

What’s the deal with paracord bracelets?

Paracord bracelets are also known as survival bracelets, 550 cord bracelets, or parachute cord bracelets and are considered a survival tool. The bracelets are worn by survivalists, hikers, climbers, campers, or anyone who enjoys the outdoors. These bracelets become extremely handy in survival or emergency situations.

Can you shower with paracord bracelet?

To answer your question, your bracelet should hold up just fine in the shower. Our paracord bracelets are certainly water resistant but we do not recommend them being submerged in water on a daily basis. To preserve the life of your bracelet, we recommend taking them off before swimming or showering.

Why is paracord so popular?

Because of its strength, it’s the go-to tie-down strap for many military operations. It’s used for everything, from acting as a stand-in shoelace or belt to securing sensitive equipment, like NVGs and rifle optics. The U.S. Army trusts paracord.