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Reflective/Glo-in-Dark Paracord 100 Ft. - Black

$30.95

Highly visible paracord glows in the dark at night and is reflective when light is shined on it. The glow and reflective fibers are arranged in a unique "X" pattern along the length of the cord for greater visibility.

The color and high visibility of this paracord makes it an excellent choice for bracelets and attire for rescue, safety, law enforcement, and fire personnel. Also makes an excellent clothesline to prevent accidental injury when visibility is low.

This paracord is made of continuous filament nylon with an intricately woven outer sheath and 7 twisted strands of nylon inside. The sheath alone has a break strength of approximately 300lbs and each of the 7 strands of twisted nylon inside have a break strength of approximately 50lbs (each of these 7 strands are comprised of 2 individual strands).Because of the weaker glow and reflective fibers this particular paracord has a break strength of 400 to 550lbs. This paracord comes from the same government contracted factory that currently supplies the military.

This cord is very useful in a survival situation because the many parts make it very versatile and its overall strength is unbeatable for its size. It is easy to cut and splice back together by melting to form different shapes and lengths. The outer sheath is very resistant to abrasion which makes the cord very reliable even under harsh conditions. Just one 50ft hank of paracord has 1,100ft of twine and sheath!

Common and suggested uses for paracord:

  • Survival Kits
  • Guy Lines - For tying down tarps, tents, bivvys etc. (Our reflective and glow-in-the-dark paracords work great for this purpose
  • Tie Lines - For securing gear or payloads.
  • Various Braiding such as bracelets, lanyards, animal collars, leashes, etc.
  • Snare Line for catching wild game.
  • Netting Can be taken apart and woven into a net for catching fish and other animals.
  • Fishing Line Small strands can be used for this.
  • Trip Lines For traps, alarms, etc.
  • Trail Markers Bright colors or reflective paracord is commonly used.
  • Thread Individual threads inside can be used to stitch torn items.
  • Clothes Line
  • Hanging food out of reach of animals
  • Handle Wraps For knife handles, walking sticks, hatchets, etc.
  • Watch Bands
  • Shoe Laces
  • Bow Drill Fire Cord
  • Making Shelters
  • Tooth Floss
  • Splints & Tourniquets
  • Building Rafts
  • Anchor Line
  • Whips
  • Keychains
  • Zipper Pulls
  • Other Various Crafts




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