Friday, June 29, 2012


Photo courtesy of  Kathleen McCabe Elsey

Paracord (Parachute cord) is a lightweight nylon kernmantle rope, originally used in US parachutes during World War II. Paracord's tensile strength, durability, smooth texture, Vibrant color range, and elasticity has long been appreciated by outdoor sports enthusiasts.

Jewelry designers have recently taken notice of the possibilities Paracord has to offer. "Survival bracelets" and other types of  Paracord  Jewelry are popping up in shops and boutiques around the country.

We now have 20 Paracord colors for you to choose from.Skeins are 4mm in diameter, and sold in 16 foot lengths. Customers can find Paracord under stringing materials on the wholesale only Beadsmith website.

Click Here to pre order ParaCord
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