Commercial Grade cord mirroring Military “550” Parachute Cord.
Manufactured in America with 100% nylon raw materials.
1/4" Paracord Yes, this is the cord you see featured on "First Class Amateur"
The inner core strands not only serve to add strength to the overall product integrity, but sections of the core can be used as sewing thread, fishing lines, and many other survival uses. This cord is great for outdoor camping, hunting, tactical, survival bracelets and more. Our nylon material is very strong and pliable and seen as a standard “must have product” by many hunters and backpackers.
Comes in 50 foot lengths. Specify Color with a note on checkout.
550 Available in:
1/4" Available in:
The quality is evident from the satisfying finish to its versatile application range, spanning from practical use to intricate decorative knotwork. The consistent colors throughout ensure a polished look in any project. Plus, the absence of kinks in the internal strands guarantees a smooth outer sheathing without any unsightly lumps. With this paracord, you're not just getting reliability; you're getting craftsmanship that elevates every task. A definite must-have for any cordage needs!
As described, thank you
Second order from here (first was for the marlin spike and paramax. This order was for 550, paramax, and micro 90 cord and it is fantastic. Order was shipped very quickly and delivered in a timely fashion. Glad to support a small business that creates awesome content on Youtube. First Class Amateur is First Class Awesome! Thanks for the great videos!
We are newbies in the paracord hobby, this stuff is easily the nicest cordage we’ve worked with so far. Really enjoy the presentations on YouTube as well . Thanks for your service, the helpful content, and the nice gear !
Excellent quality at a very good price. Would purchase again when needed.
product is good
A little review from France, I ordered a 750 Black paracord and that's what i received ! Easy to fix on the Gravity Hook Titanium XR. It's the perfect size for it in my opinion (if you use it as a hook). There is enough paracord to have, at least, another one in case of troubles with the first one (because I don't think you can use correctly your hook with the full paracord from 50 feet high).