Paracord Bracelets

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Intro: Paracord Bracelets

Paracord Bracelets make it with a Flatline or Tracer (Flatline is a strand of Paracord with the center string taken out, and braided into the top of a Paracord Bracelet and a Tracer is a piece of micro paracord braided along side on of the pieces of paracord). Or you can buy a Custom Paracord Bracelet. You will need a Paracord Bracelet kit, with about 12 ft of paracord, Paracord Bracelet Buckle, 1 ft Flatline Paracord, Scissors, and lighter.  Also check out these other Paracord Bracelet instructions for Viper, Mamba, Cobra, Fishtail, or Sidewinder.

Step 1: Paracord Bracelets

Tracer Paracord Bracelets, you can add a piece of micro paracord braided next to the side piece of paracord, and give your paracord bracelet another color, and a try unique look.

Step 2: Paracord Bracelets - Viper

Check out this Viper Paracord Bracelet, the viper paracord weave is a newer, aggressive braid. It is simple weave that is easy to make, and looks best when made with 2 pieces of Paracord.

Step 3: Paracord Bracelet - King Cobra

The King Cobra Paracord Bracelet is great for survival enthusiast, and can be made with up to 26 feet of paracord. This King Cobra bracelet is made with a black Tracer.

Step 4: Paracord Bracelet - Fishtail

This is the Fishtail Paracord Bracelet, is one of the more popular braids, and it use the least amount of paracord. It is great for kids, and people with smaller wrists. Buy a Custom Paracord Bracelet, or Learn How to make a Paracord Bracelet, Paracord Keychains, and the different Paracord Knots. Get a Custom Paracord Bracelet.

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    JasonJT

    2 years ago

    What type is the bracelet second to the right in the first picture?

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    Ygdrasil

    3 years ago on Step 2

    Nice post ! Really inspiring.

    i buy all my paracord at hobby lobby, michaels, or at any other craft store they even carry some paracord at lowes.

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    angelnzToadster777

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    Hi Garth, I'm fairly new here too. I just brought all my paracord on ebay, if that helps. Not sure, but think I saw a link on here somewhere too. Good luck and have fun :)

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    crszoom

    4 years ago on Introduction

    What's up ,Garth i found a article here in instructables that read . There was link that was discussing paracord ,and they got their paracord at "paracord store.com" , I checked out and price were CHEAP !!

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    slackfoomastercrszoom

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    the paracord store is ok but http://www.survival-pax.com/ has alot of better deals like 100 feet of most of the paracord they sell are 5 or 6 bucks and a few more bucks for mil-spec or glow in the dark, and there prices for buckles and shackles are the best I have ever found so check it out...good luck guys....