- Made in America!!!
- The rugged Survival Bracelet™ is expedition ready
- Contains up to 15 feet of 550 test military spec paracord
- In an emergency, unravel the bracelet to deploy the paracord for your use (instructions included)
- The stainless or black nylon shackle adjusts on your wrist and contains a break away safety feature
Adjustable Stainless Shackle – Clevis Pin
Our most popular closure All the strength of the original shackle screw pin but super easy to put on The preferred, newest closure made from marine grade stainless steel with three adjustment settings and a high speed, no-snag design. Push the pin through the tongue and shackle to secure the bracelet. This closure secures the bracelet, but is much easier to take on and off than the original screw pin version. -Includes: stainless steel and breakaway pins.
Adjustable Nylon 6-6 Shackle – Clevis Pin
This closure is made from super tough black matte nylon 6-6 with three adjustment settings and a high speed, no-snag design. Push the pin through the tongue and shackle to secure the bracelet. This closure is secure, but super easy to take on and off. Includes: standard and breakaway pins.
Can I get the Strap wet? The first time the Strap gets wet, it will shrink about ¼”. It will not continue to shrink every time the Strap is submerged in water. Paracord is very durable material so feel free to swim, shower, etc. with your Survival Strap on if you have that ¼” to spare the first time it gets wet.
Can I clean my Survival Strap? Yes, you can definitely clean your Survival Strap. Like any material, over time it will absorb the natural oils of your body as well as sweat. If you haven’t gotten it wet yet, keep in mind that it will shrink about ¼” the first time it gets wet. You can soak the bracelet in warm soapy water while scrubbing it with a toothbrush. Use a small amount of mild liquid detergent. Then rinse well with clean water and let air-dry. We do not recommend putting your Survival Strap in the dryer.
How do you deploy my Survival Bracelet if I need to use it in an emergency? Every product comes with an Owner’s Manual that provides instructions on how to deploy the Straps. On the underside of the bracelet (belt, watch strap, rifle sling, collar, etc.) there are two ends of cord woven in place. You can pull these ends out from the loops holding them and begin to unravel the product one weave at a time.