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  • 5/32 in (4mm) / 100 ft / Blue Camo SKPC-100ft-BlueCamo SGT KNOTS Paracord 5/32 in (4mm) / 200 ft / Teal SKPC-200ft-Teal SGT KNOTS Paracord

    Paracord 550 Type III - 7 Strand (100ft, 200ft, & 1000ft)

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    Original price $ 9.95 - Original price $ 46.95
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    An all-purpose cord for crafting, paracord/survival bracelets, lanyards, belts, rifle slings, handle wraps, securing your gear, setting traps, tie-...

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    Original price $ 9.95 - Original price $ 46.95
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    Current price $ 9.95
  • 5/32 in (4mm) / 10 ft / Blue Knight SKPC-10ft-BlueKnight SGT KNOTS Paracord 5/32 in (4mm) / 10 ft / Teal SKPC-10ft-Teal SGT KNOTS Paracord

    Paracord 550 Type III - 7 Strand (10ft, 25ft, & 50ft)

    SGT KNOTS
    Original price $ 4.95 - Original price $ 9.95
    Original price
    $ 4.95 - $ 9.95
    $ 4.95 - $ 9.95
    Current price $ 4.95

    An all-purpose cord for crafting, paracord/survival bracelets, lanyards, belts, rifle slings, handle wraps, securing your gear, setting traps, tie-...

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    Original price $ 4.95 - Original price $ 9.95
    Original price
    $ 4.95 - $ 9.95
    $ 4.95 - $ 9.95
    Current price $ 4.95

SGT KNOTS is your one-stop-, veteran-owned, family operated-shop for military-grade rope, paracord, and cordage supplies you can use in daily life.  We carry a wide range of paracord types in the colors you want, from classic black paracord to exciting blue, red, orange, purple, and more!

What is Paracord or Parachute Cord?

Traditionally used by paratroopers during World War II, parachute cord (paracord) has evolved from a wartime tactical supply to a versatile domestic tool for outdoorsmen and DIY crafters alike.  Before its military declassification, soldiers would use this strong yet slender nylon kernmantle style braided rope as a parachute cord in the sky.   Once on land, the paracord fulfilled many functions, from tying rucksacks, and securing camo nets into the trees or as pace counters.

Today, this waterproof, mildew, and abrasion-resistant paracord can be used in hundreds of ways, from crafting jewelry and making hammocks or setting snares and securing shelter in the wild.  There are plenty of Reasons Why You Need Paracord, but how do you choose which type best fits your needs?

Types of Paracord

Paracord is categorized based on its minimum tensile (breaking) strength, minimum elongation (how much the rope will stretch during a fall