Paracord is the duct tape of the survival world (well, actually duct tape is the duct tape of pretty much any world...but i digress). The uses for this stuff are virtually endless! Not to mention, it's incredibly strong (550lb test strength...hence the name) and very lightweight/compact. So whether you're stringing up an impromptu shelter to hide from the post-apocalyptic zombies that are roaming the streets, cutting your way through zip tie restraints with a paracord friction saw...or your shoelace just broke, one thing's for sure: you should NEVER leave the house without some paracord.
So, this brings up an important question. How do I carry this versatile tool with me without simply having it bundled up in my pocket?
Well, you've come to the right instructable. In the next few pages I'll cover some of the simplest and easiest ways to keep a good amount of paracord on you, and even look good while doing it! (results may vary)
Along with the different methods, be sure to check out the various links throughout to interesting paracord related videos and how-to sites. Enjoy!
-as much paracord as you're willing to carry
-some free time
-...and that's pretty much it
Step 1: SHOES DON'T FAIL ME NOW!
So you're probably wondering..."ok, I get that I can now carry the cord with me, but what the heck am I gonna do with paracord shoe laces?"...well, feast your eyes on this little gem from ITS Tactical's you tube channel: awesomeness.