In the beginning was a knot. No, no, wait! In the beginning was the high strenght paracord or parachute cord. It is made from thin, but very strong polyamid (nylon) strands, used mainly by paratroopers and even astronauts. Its unique properties allow you to tie basically anything. On military missions, paracords are used to tie baggage and shelters, to repair gear or for fishing. They are also often used for absailing, lifting supplies or as medical aid.
Despite being around 4 mm thin, paracods can carry over 200 kg. A vast variety of colours is available as well as paracod bracelets made of a few metres of the cord. And they are what we want to present to you.