Posts Tagged ‘cord’

By Cameron McKirdy

Survival Bros is at the beach in Seaside, Oregon testing two Naimakka paracord bands made in Sweden.  Each luxurious design features ultra-high grade military standard Type III paracord.  The special edition Skydivers bracelet in camo green 483 includes an all brass clasp.  I can’t wait to rough it up more, and see how the patina develops on the surface.  The other bracelet is charcoal, or stealth grey and has a secure screw closure.  Both Naimakka products unravel to about 8 feet of cordage, so you’ll have plenty of material to work with during an emergency situation.  It feels good to have extra cord on hand.  You can use it to build shelter, make knots, or even floss your teeth with the inner strands.  And we know you don’t floss everyday!  If you’re looking for the a dependable, and gorgeous paracord bracelet then visit http://www.naimakka.com to get your own gear.  They ship worldwide for $5.  Plus, it will attract attention, and you can strike up a conversation with other preppers.  Your satisfaction is guaranteed. 

Watch the latest Naimakka review of two different survival bracelets

Naimakka-Skydivers-Bracelet

Make a statement with this fashionable, yet practical survival swag from Naimakka

 

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Produced by Cameron McKirdy with Tactical Gypsy for Survival Bros

Learn how to tie popular knots using paracord following easy step-by-step instructions from a Marine.  These are easy and helpful knots you can create quickly for emergency or whatever.  We challenge you to learn them all.

various-types-of-knotsHere’s more knots to play with.  Thanks for visiting Survival Bros.  Follow this blog using your email up above on the left side of the screen.  Peace.