This rope is designed with every scenario in mind. Not only do you get all the benefits of paracord, you also get high-end practical survival tools. With a waxed-jute strand, you can easily start fires with little effort. Use the 10lb fishing line to catch your dinner. Use the 900F heat-resistant cord for campfire rotisserie cooking, friction saws, or suspending a hot broken muffler. Lastly, you have the mighty Dyna X cord with super strength, ultra low-stretch and perfect for emergency sutures, dental floss or animal snares.
- Manufactured by a Certified U.S. Government Contractor
- Type III
- 625 lb. Test - (249kg) minimum breaking strength
- 30 percent minimum elongation
- 225 feet (69m) per lb, minimum
- 7-Strand Core
- 100 Percent Nylon
- 32 strand sheath structure
- Made in USA
- 5/32" Diameter
US Military issue paracord is specified under the MIL-C-5040H standard. The Mil-Spec specifies six types: I, IA, II, IIA, III, IV. Type III, the most common, is nominally rated with a minimum breaking strength of 625 pounds, thus the term "550 cord". The US military specification for paracord contains specific denier figures for the sheath strands and inner yarns, but there are no overall diameter requirements for the cord.
NOTE: Due to your monitor settings as well as the manufacturing process some paracord colors may vary slightly from how they appear on your screen.